February 19, 2001
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Three mirrors of Billy Exorcist: a flash movie parody / combination of two giants of international cinema: http://dyh21.acad.cai.cam.ac.uk/billy/ | http://danhon.com/billy | http://plasticbag.org/billy. As produced by Sean Nadeau of Los Angeles.
posted by barbelith (8 comments total)

 
I especially liked the subliminal shadow of the beast that flashes briefly at the Royal Ballet performance. Genius.
posted by stevis at 7:54 AM on February 19, 2001


i don't understand this "flash movie parody" thing. i mean the drawings and animation look good, so maybe put this talent towards an original idea. there is way too much of this crap on the internet!
posted by scout at 9:16 AM on February 19, 2001


Great point, scout. I hadn't really thought about it before, but most flash movies I've seen have been parodies of some sort. Maybe it's the surest way of guaranteeing viewership of the work, but some originality would be refreshing. Come to think of it, it could be that there is a ton of original content out there, but the stuff that gets the attention happens to be referential to movies, tv, or other pop culture, since this medium is still pretty new.
posted by gimli at 10:04 AM on February 19, 2001


There's tons of non-parodic stuff out there. One good place to check is the "shorts" section of Cartoon Network's Web Premier Toons. The best one there, in my humble opinion, is Dave Cooper's bird bug goat (1MB Flash file)--and the animator of that piece, Steve Whitehouse, has some great original work. Roque Ballesteros's Joe Paradise is one of the better online cartoon series, and David Fremont's Glue doesn't suck.

And, if I may plug my own friends' work, Sub:Division (3MB Flash file) kicks ass.
posted by muta at 1:00 PM on February 19, 2001


Thanks, muta! Oh, for a high speed connection...
posted by gimli at 2:20 PM on February 19, 2001


bullseye art has some interesting non parody cartoons. and if I may plug a friends stuff check out future genies
posted by darkpony at 2:21 PM on February 19, 2001


"there is way too much of this crap on the internet!"

Let's just ponder that for a moment shall we?

OK, I'm done.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 2:54 PM on February 19, 2001


The Internet is Full. I was here first, y'all go home.
posted by dhartung at 10:57 PM on February 19, 2001


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