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Danse Macabre

The inspiration for this comes from various sources, but there is a song from the ‘Death and the Maiden’ quartet by Franz Schubert I found particularly useful.

The Maiden:

Oh! leave me! Prithee, leave me! thou grisly man of bone!
For life is sweet, is pleasant.
Go! leave me now alone!
Go! leave me now alone!


Give me thy hand, oh! maiden fair to see,
For I’m a friend, hath ne’er distress’d thee.
Take courage now, and very soon
Within mine arms shalt softly rest thee!”

A Jury Nomination at the Machinima Expo 2011 🙂

Screened at FILE 2012 in Sao Paulo.

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At the end of the last episode, John Utterson together with Inspector Newcombe and his police sergeant find a hidden corridor down to a horrifying basement room. The continuation of the story has Hyde chased around the seedier parts of London until …… well, why don’t you watch the movie and find out 😉

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The muse’s lair of golden dreams,
is barred to mortal man it seems.
By a long and awful winding stair,
that leads at last to nowhere.

This has been sitting on my computer for ages. I started playing around with it when Moviestorms gizmo thingy came out. Since then I’ve tweaked and turned and added to it, but I don’t seem to have the inspiration to make it into a full blown movie…., hence the poem 😉

This movie received the honor of a great review on the Moviestorm News Blog.

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Made for the Moviestorm gestures competition. Got third place 🙂

A true story with names and places changed to protect the innocent. In this case…. me!

This is a Moviestorm remake of a drawn animation movie I made several years ago. You can see the original here;


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Once more it’s the season of jollity and goodwill to all men. But what does the word ‘Christmas’ mean to you? Do you think of snow, warm fires and tables heaped with food? The faces of children and loved ones tearing open presents? Is the image one of kitch, 50’s style celebration with Bing Crosby crooning Silent Night? The warm myth of Santa and his sleigh visiting every good boy and girl? Scrooge and his redemption? Shopping till you drop? Or how about the origin of the celebration? The mystery of the virgin birth of Christ. The nativity, midnight mass and Christmas carols.

However and wherever you celebrate this season, a Happy Christmas to you all.

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The politically incorrect Halloween version of the famous nursery rhyme.

Sing a song of suspense,
A bottle full of rye.
Four and twenty blackbirds,
Baked in a pie.
When the pie was opened,
The birds began to sing;
Wasn’t that an evil dish,
To set upon the king?

The king was in a panic now,
Shouting for his mummy;
…… etc.

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In this episode the manhunt for the evil Hyde begins. Utterson explores the back streets of 19th Century London in the company of Inspector Newcombe and Sergeant Bourne, and with a little help from the colorful character Molly.

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