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KILO’s DIRECT YOUR WAY TO ROB ZOMBIE’S GREAT AMERICAN NIGHTMARE–RECAP

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 CONGRATULATIONS

Jenni Reed and Evan!!!

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Thanks to everyone who submitted!

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18 thoughts on “KILO’s DIRECT YOUR WAY TO ROB ZOMBIE’S GREAT AMERICAN NIGHTMARE–RECAP

  1. Holly

    I made #3. I was disappointed in myself. I just moved and I found out about this contest the night before it was over. What wanted, I just couldn’t find enough people and there was a short film time, was the puppet master pretty much hosting a creepy masquerade ball. Obviously with the dead. Thank though for the comments.

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  2. Mary

    I thought #4 was pretty awesome and very well done. I thought #2 was pretty funny. I liked the concept of #3 but wasn’t as blown away by the video as I thought I would be based on the radio reviews I heard. But #4 is just creepy and very professionally done.

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  3. Tom

    I liked #2 and #4, but I think #2 is the best, I think #4 was to choppy and not as complete as #2.

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  4. Sara

    Not sure I totally get #4, but it was done really well. It has definite creep factor to it. Wish I could see more.

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  5. phil

    I don’t understand what’s scary about #4 but it was done well. #2 and #3 are awful. #1 not great but definitely the best.(coming from a guy too lame to submit his own)

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    1. Laney

      She kills her child…watch it again..listen to the sounds…at the end…don’t look at the tree…look at what’s next to the tree…disturbing..love it!

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      1. Mary

        Thanks for that response Laney because the first time I watched it I did not catch that and thought it was a well done video but didn’t really understand it. To me it had more the quality of the video in The Ring, just random disturbing images. But when you pointed out the actual plot it became even more disturbing.

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  6. Laney

    #4 is by far the highest quality in all aspects to be considered! It’s obvious this person/people took the opportunity seriously and did an amazing job!! I am a mom..and it completely disturbed me..i wanted to vomit & die inside…and THAT is exactly what an American nightmare should do to a person!!! Great job #4!!! I really hope you win!!..

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  7. Kevin

    I don’t think there’s a comparison, number 4 is the only short that could be labeled a film. The other ones are fun, but there is simply no comparison. I want more of what those two from no more crows comes up with.

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    1. Eric

      Thanks… Twerkmare was shot with an Iphone 4 and edited with windows movie maker. The concept for the contest was creativity and not professional polish… Also what is horror? To a person with a fear of the dark a night scene could be completely immobilizing and to another It could be Isolation, water, demonic toys… Everyone who submitted a film is to be commended for creating a work and seeing it through to completion. It is not easy to create a vision and express it in a visual media such as film. Cinema unlike other mediums of art is not something that a single person can easily do alone. It is often a collaboration of talents to tell a story that will expresses the internal vision of the creator and resonate with the viewing audience on some level. This is not an easy thing to do. So congratulations to everyone involved in the process and to the audience that found value in the end results. I am glad you enjoyed our vision.

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  8. Kathy Young

    Number 4 is by far the highest quality film. Genuinely disturbing and real life. I’d like to see more of this filmmakers stuff.

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