«Dialog was strong. Action was not. Cheese factor was much smaller here than episode 1 but I would really like to se a darker tone/environment to really ramp things up. The creep factor was low. As a recent MS convert/user I perhaps expect too much. But then the assessment of my love is much higher than that which my love might be. »
Eldritch - Apocalypse Then (Part Two)
«Certainly entertaining! I really enjoy the character of Eldritch, both as a concept and the look of him. Nice. Some of the action sequences lacked "oomph". Especially the fight with the elemental. It was like he pulled out a cigarette lighter... ooo, scary.
But that aside, this is a fun series, and I hope to enjoy more episodes in the not too distant future (at least you can get them out a damn sight quicker than I can!)
«The setups are really good as Eldritch is confronted with one interesting character after another. The teasing with the camera was a delightful treast as our attention was diverted to a city vista and suddenly we turn a corner to be invited to a dark conversation. The music is appropriate throughout, but I would have loved a little more engaging music during confrontations. Sound effects were good and the level of echo was well employed as not to be overbearing as we are invited to hear Eldritch's thoughts. Facial expressions were well used and timing was well paced. Nice Moviestorm work which played much like a television series. Well done, Killian!»
«Although the movie is undertaining, I have a problem with moviestorm ... it ist done in moviestorm, isn't it? It isn't very natural. The teeth for example ... they are always looking as if made of steel or diamantine. the teeth of robots, for example. Or vampires. I have seen surrealistic movies, made in moviestorm, and there it fits in. But in movies like this one ... a little bit disturbing. »
Movie: Eldritch part 2
Runtime 12min 45sec
Made with: Moviestorm
For someone who barely uses moviestorm to make movies, and comes out with a movie like this, is unbelievable. Killian makes the Eldritch saga more entertaining than ever.Firstly, Killian does a superb job voicing the title character, Eldritch. Wonderful narration. The ensemble cast did a really good job as well! Then comes the script wriiting. Goodness me! "Eldritches," screenplay was absolutely stunning! I loved the dialogue and the way how Killian and Macwemyss told the story. Then comes the action sequences. For the limitations Killian had with moviestorm for these action sequences, were brilliant. I think what made it really work were the camera angles. The way he had the camera angled at a certain spot really made it superbly done. The lighting and atmosphere was great., For me, though, a couple of shots made it seem a little too dark, but that may have been just my computer. But, then there are also the scenery and the set design. Killian is absolutely amazing when it comes to that. I don't know if he made every set in this one, but the ones that I saw were excellent. I knew he was brilliant at the set design when I saw his first Moviestorm movie "Strange Worlds: Beast of Eastbourne." The way the buildings were positioned, It was excellent. Killian is a master at moviestorm now. And I gotta say, I don't know how often he used to play around with moviestorm, but as a 'newcomer' so to speak, his work is top notch. If he sticks at it, and makes more movies with Moviestorm, he will be making some of the best work out there in the moviestorm community. His work, already is top notched. Another super excellent, movie by Killian and some great screenplay writing by macwemyss to put this movie together. Killian makes filming in Moviestorm easy. A»
«These are great stories. I'm already looking forward to the next one. This has great pacing and atmosphere, and cool characters too. Great VOs. Just brilliant.
It does make me wish Moviestorm had a larger selection of action oriented animations, but you managed to work around those limits really well.»
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