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Inhuman Homicide Introduction Draft #3
Rhyder: Let me introduced you to the new world, Petarken

(It’s shows a city that basically revolves around anthropomorphic domesticated animals including dogs, cats, birds, hamsters and etc. It shows them doing what people normally do in real life except with a few gag’s and quirks thrown in. It shows scenes that relate to what Cyrus is saying as the narrator)

Rhyder:
It’s a nice city where the properties are expensive enough to sell on the market while being cheap enough to buy for your litter, It’s a place where any creature could get decent work if they are trained and any creature could raced to achieved their ambitions on their own two furry feet

(The montage then pauses’s)
Rhyder: Wait, “why are they animals instead of people” you gasped in shock and “what the fucking hell is this” you screamed, well calm down and let me explain to you about the history of Petarken  

(It then
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Inhuman Homicide Characters Part 1
Name: Cyrus Rhyder (or Cyrus Lozonni depending on his foster family)
Age: 30
Hair Colour: Black
Hair Done: Silt Back
Eye Colour: Blue
Species: Human
Personality: Cynical, Sarcastic, Pessimistic,Grouchy, JerkAss-ish  
Occupation: Head of the Homicide Unit of Wild Justice  
Relationships: Amy Lozonni (foster sister, co-worker and friend), Tommy Liz Brentoff (co-worker and possible friend), Sam BoBoski (co-worker and possible friend), Marcia Golden (superior, love/hate relationship and always on his case), Dylan Bonestein (views as  a nuisance)
Who is He: He’s is the last human on earth as of now in the year of 2025. He’s not the most optimistic due to traumatic past events and pressures that have change him both mentally and physically as a person. He was abandon by his birth parents and raised by a Domesticate family which helped to succeed in his education which led to law school in which h
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Inhuman Homicide Introduction Draft #2
Cyrus: Let me show you to this wonderful world, Petarken
(It is shown to be a entire city that basically revolves around anthropomorphic animals that you find in a nearby pet shop with it’s diverse citizens including dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, etc. It shows them doing what people normally do in real life except with a few animal based gag’s thrown. It then shows scenes that Cyrus is describing in his dry narration.)

Cyrus
: It’s a nice city where the properties are expensive enough to sell but cheap enough to buy so every creature has a home to live in and money to put food in their litter’s mouths, any creature could get a decent job if they play the role of qualified worker and achieved their ambitions if they put effort towards it
(The montage suddenly pauses)
Cyrus: Wait, “why are they animals instead of people” you ask, “what the holy hell is this” you exclaim, let me tell you about it
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Animation Review:Lucy and Limbs
The non-existence of limbs is unthinkable due to how useful they make the human body. Without them the torso would be a pound of flesh with a head connected to it and the person would die unless they get supportive help for life. We used them for everything, including the arms for carrying and the legs for walking. When they are dismember, they aren’t that useful unless you decide to reconnect to the body and hope that they work instead of being numb baggage that flops around. What if you give a bit of a friendly soul to them and see how they would survive without the rest of the frame?  
Edlyn Capulong is a animator and character designer who is currently working at the eCards company JibJab in Los Angelus, California and she has previously made several other shorts before this one. There’s nothing else about her other than that but you can visit her website (link down below) because she did lot of detail and effort into her unique animation.
We’ve meet a young
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Animation Review: Meanwhile
Meanwhile, The definition of it means “In the intervening period of time” or what going in somewhere else. It is impossible to know what simultaneously happening at same time as your actions and how they affect those around you. You also don’t see the lives of other people that are around you because your not allowed to pry into their business unless your a family or a close friend. It would be interesting and you would be curious,  but it’s unnecessary for you to do it without no good reason and it would be wrong to edge yourself into personal matters. We do get to see the lives of four separate people that are connected by a sheer moment while they are living in their own complicated world’s which they struggle at the same time.
The director Stephen McNally has already did a another short film before this called “Forgot” that was release in the same year as “Meanwhile. The voice actors are Dan Armour who had some minor roles in tel
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Animation Review:Bygone Behemoth
 Many things have to come to a end. At any place or time, their will be a ending for something or someone in this world, especially when it comes to celebrities of the old age There would be the saddening unfortunate endings of the Danish Model Gwili Andre taking her own life with the use of fire or Ramon Narravo being brutally murdered by Chicago Hustlers. They can died because of their own vices like their own habits of lung damaging smoking and mood affecting drinking that commit their last dastardly deed of harm. Then their are the more sudden but peaceful deaths, when their hearts just stopped when they can’t pump no blood anymore to keep the body alive. So they just fall into a permanent sleep that they can never wake up from because they lived way too long to stay awake for forever. Death of a icon could be a really sad tale which it is in this tale of a losing war with the consequences of age.
The director Harry Chaskin has worked on adult swim shows such as “M
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Animation Review:When the Day Breaks
When you think of an pig and an chicken in the same place, what do you pictured happening?
Some people think crispy bacon and poached eggs on a plate when they are hungry or craving to eat. They could be thinking of feeding grain in a lifestyle of peaceful farming or making money chopping pork a butcher shop. Children think of those harmless animals as cutesy characters to teach them the lessons of sharing and respecting other through television and picture books. These two creatures cross path’s in a odd place that’s leads to unseen death for one and a harsh lesson in life for the other.
The duo Amanda Forbis and Wendy Tilby did collaborated again on projects like “Wild Life” but mostly they went their separate way’s before that. Wendy Tilby created “Strings” for the “The National Film Board of Animation Festival” and Amanda Forbis worked as a animator for the John Forrest documentary “Seven Crows a Secret”.
This opens
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Animation Review: Logorama
Product placement is a very controversial commercialize tool. It’s the idea of shamefully advertising your products in movies that were not meant to sell to family household’s that can make people shiver with disgust. That doesn't mean it could be use of it couldn’t be positive, for example their’s the DeLorean DMC-12 that was used as a inventive time machine in “Back to the Future” which gave it a reason to exist in that film instead of just showing it off to buy. Most of the time it’s just shoved in, like a giant “Sears” logo taking up 90% of the screen in the newest superman film or having pretty dancers pouring from big wine bottles of “Moet Chandon” in the latest adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald novel. If you want find more ways of selling out, at least try to do something that’s artistic or creative with what you have copyrighted. Try to do something that expresses to people visually that isn’t “
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Animation Review: The Monk and The Monkey
While training to become someone you are not, their is a task and their is a quest. A task is something that you are assign to do, like a job or a chore and a quest is a journey that will lead you to your goal unless you are willing to do tasks to make it happen. What will you do to finish up your task to get what you want from most in life even if it means taking up your strength and spirit that you have in you. Most importantly, are you willing to disobey a task and sacrifice your chance at a shot at your goal to do something else or you still deserve that goal after what you done?
The Monk & The Monkey is directed by an actor Brendan Carroll who star in TV series such as “Stingers” and “Blue Heelers”  in the early 2000’s and a role in movie “Little Deaths”. Shant Ergenian play’s co-director who is a jack of all trades when comes to movies such as webmaster in “The Book of Caleb”, gaffer in “4th and Forever
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Animation Review:Einstein 100 General Relativity
There are clear reasons that we want to watch animated features at home or in the movie theaters. The most obvious reason being to experience something that’s widely entertaining to you and your family. While the complete opposite is that we want to be educated about a subject that we don’t need to learn or have already know it through the use of our education system. Unless you are under eight years old, you don’t really care about watching boring educational programs and want to see something more adventurous that’s packed with everything you expected in fiction. Sometimes we hold on to that favoritism but as we mature, we see that being teached isn’t that painful after all. Here we have a lesson having to do with a genius who has been incorrectly associated with atomic bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan due to a formula known as E=mc2 in which he wrote.
The man who did the animation was known as Eoin Duffy who created his two own earlier works wh
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Animation Review: Something Left, Something Taken
Some things can be hard when you are trying to be creative. This includes balancing the task of doing tense situation with a light tone, like a dark comedy. This can be really hard to do when you are working with animation because you want to entertain and intrigue while not being condescending at the same time. What I’m am looking at today is a short that is based off a true story having to do with a couple encountering a iconic serial or who they thought was a iconic serial killer.
This was made by a couple Max Porter and Ru Kuwahata. They work together as the animation studio known as “Tiny Inventions” in which they directed and produce TV commercials, music videos, PSAs and most importantly independent films. This includes Between Times (2014) and Perfect Houseguest (2015) but this is about the short that came out before them. A few other stars who are in this are Kyle McKeveny who worked in the music department for documentaries like “The Family Jams”
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Animation Review: The Sandman
Let’s go back to the 90’s, most specificity the year of 1992 where it was famous for beginnings and endings of many things. This includes the birth’s of John Boyega and Daisy Ridley who both star as the two leading characters in the newest Star War’s film “The Force Awakens” or the death of Marlene Dietrich who was well known actress from 1930’s to the 40’s. It was responsible for giving comic fans the “The Death of Superman” along with the discontinuing the Atari 2600 and 7800 for the gamers. It introduce movies to theaters that would be praised by critics into theaters such as “Aladdin” and “Reservoir Dogs” while we listen to the music of “Bon Jovi” and “KISS” and after that we go home to watch “Law and Order” or “The Ren and Stimpy Show” on our couches. Instead of reviewing everything that was revolutionary in pop culture at that time, we are going to f
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Animation Review: Alma
This short presents a scenario in which it looks like a cut out of a generic kid’s movie mashed together with a unnecessary mean spirited surprise. When you start to analyze the five minutes of run time more closely you will see how well all of those elements can come together to create something that’s inventive.
The film is directed by Rodrigo Blaas who previously worked on films and shorts as a animator, mostly for Pixar when comes to their works such as “The Incredibles”. He is still helping them with jobs such as being the supervising animator in “La Luna” or the character developer in “Brave” . He already did some work for Dreamworks Animation by acting as an additional story artist in “How to Train Your Dragon 2”. This is produce by three people, two of which are David Lacruz who served as the producer for the animated series “Socks” and Nina Rappaport who helped produce a few shorts before becoming a execut
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Introduction/Animation Review: Fresh Cut Grass
Wow, I didn’t really know it was that hard to write good dialog while trying to be unique at the same time. That doesn't mean I would give up on my dream project but it does mean that I need to do something in order to take my mind off of this so I can get myself together to do something big and complicated like a television show pilot. So I decided to do a review series based around what other people have done in the medium of animation because their is a lot of impressive shit that they can do with it in a matter of minutes. I’m talking about shorts if you don’t know what I’m getting at. Why shouldn’t I talk about them? They are equivalent of small bundles filled with the powerful substance of colorful creative energy or grim ugly blackening power, depending on how the artist commits to his style and how he uses it for his creation. These people create them not to appeal but to show, to show hard work, to show hard effort and to show what they can do by
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I know this script is taking longer than it should and I can't blame you if you want to give up hope on me. But I just want to let know that I am still trying to get it done, it's because family and my own procrastination have been keeping me away from doing something that I want to show you. Just please, please give me a second chance:(.

Like for heavens sakes, it's bad enough to live the life as a awkward sixteen year old teenage who done so many stupid things out of sheer anger just because my parents have something smart to say or out of my ego or because I can't think when I am pissed off, Now I am having trouble finishing a thirty page script for a first episode of a cartoon meant for a older audience. I am a hard person to be around due to my habit of being a bit rude when comes to me being annoyed or frustrated when others want to forced on a happy face on me whether it would be either mentally or physically. I know my mother say's that getting into a bad mood is my choice, but I still need help with my social skills or get therapy because I don't know what wrong with me and sometimes I just act immature when I fly into my rages, I am seriously smart but I am seriously asinine when comes to dealing with my negative emotions.

I know you are all tired of hearing me bitch, so I gonna to talk about the cartoon. This could make it on Adult Swim of Cartoon Network and there's no way that it going be on Fox with all of that Seth McFarland crap. The way I am going to describe Inhuman Homicide is if you take Wes Craven's Scream and Criminal Minds shoved into a blender, pour onto a plate and sprinkle some Generator Rex mutation on top of it, I know I am repeating myself (At least it's not a south park rip off because the sex and violence are there for a purpose since it's a crime show and I know how I can handle those elements.). It's going to be darker, less humorous than other adult animated programs while having the show's characters be reminisce of existing cartoons characters that you watch as a kid or teen. The series has a Monster of the Week typed formula for almost each episode along with amusing interactions and dialog (I didn't say no humour) from my cast with some story arcs thrown in so I can keep it from becoming a piece of boring repetitive shit.

That's I all I can say about it so enjoy what I have to post.

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