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Short film: Bremen 130's 'Draw of the Beast'

Edited by GreenReaper as of Mon 3 Dec 2012 - 00:23
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BREMEN 130, a furry video production studio has released its first short film.

Draw of the Beast chronicles the ordeal of a frontiersman from a few centuries ago. A bestial call from the forest haunts him in his dreams and in the real world. Will he answer?

Update (2 Dec): Now available in shorter, music video form as "Welcome to the Werewolf":

Mind blowing visuals with the haunting techno music of TeknoAxe are incorporated into this visual feast of video production. (submission)


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This would have been more convincing/dramatic if the "frontiersman from a few centuries ago" weren't so clean-shaven, wearing such a spotlessly white shirt, and carrying a modern (or at least post-Civil War) revolver.

Fred Patten

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I watched it with a friend and we couldn't help laughing from time to time. I recognise they had probably no budget but it needed a lot more work, especially as far as explaining what was happening goes.

"If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind."
~John Stuart Mill~

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It's still better than Manos: The Hands of Fate. (For a start, it's a lot shorter.)

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I hope that someone can remind me of the title of what I think of as The Worst Western Movie Ever Made. I saw it about thirty or forty years ago. It was an amateur movie but was supposedly professionally released. It was supposed to be a serious Western-horror movie, not a comedy, but the audience was laughing so loud that it was hard to hear the sound track. In one scene, the cowboy hero is in someone's home (his girl friend's?), and he enters a bedroom, walks behind a bed, stiffens in horror at something on the floor that the audience can't see, pulls out his six-shooter and fires twenty or thirty shots (without reloading) at whatever it is. The other people in the house rush in, and the hero explains something like, "It was a giant rattlesnake waiting to bite you! I shot at it, but it leaped past me and escaped out the window!" In conversation with friends after the movie, we agreed that the rattlesnake must have been able to coil up and bounce like a wire spring to jump out a window. Black Magic was involved somehow, but I don't remember how.

Fred Patten

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Welcome to the Werewolf is a big improvement, I say sarcastically. It is no longer silly; it is just incoherent. At least it dispenses with the utterly unconvincing "frontiersman". What are the brief flashes of traffic supposed to signify? Nice fursuit.

Fred Patten

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