Recent Movie Reviews


Ike and Mike yesteryear Ike and Mike yesteryear

Rated 4 / 5 stars

I liked this.

The humor was pretty good, but on the technical side, as the others have said, the audio leveling could've been better.

There were areas where the volume of the voice overs would kind of mesh with the background music, making it hard to make out what they were saying.

However, all things considered, it turned out pretty good. Keep it up.


AuntyBarbra responds:

thanks, I've been improving my audio level since I have started getting reviews on this app. In fact, my latest submission has some improved audio.


Pokemon Flash Version 1 Pokemon Flash Version 1

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was pretty funny...

But the sexual humor was kinda stale and tactless. The way those punchlines came out, I expected one of the characters to wink at the camera or shrug their shoulders, it was so cut and dry.


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anunfittingname responds:

Im British. We have a weird sarcastic kind of humor. Thats why Flash comes across a bit depressed because everyone around him is a f**king idiot.


Africa Dudes Africa Dudes

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Chluaid...

I was not expecting this from him. All in all, this was hilarious.


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Recent Audio Reviews


My Firefly My Firefly

Rated 5 / 5 stars

You know what I really I love? Owl City. You know what this sounds like?

Owl City.

You've got a really slickly-produced track; from the punchy drums to the bouncy bass groove, all backed by some incredibly warm-sounding synths. And I've just gotten to the part at the end with the vocal chops, and I'm even further impressed. That was very very well-executed!

I sincerely dig this!


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johnfn responds:

hey mang, glad to see you around! :)

haha, yeah, we started thinking about owl city as soon as we came up with the "firefly" line, so we just embraced it and told Dan (McGorilla42) to sing it as much like them as possible lol.

glad you liked it! =D


A Shimmer in the Murk A Shimmer in the Murk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's good to hear from you again, just came across this while listening through your older music.

You've always had this fantastic way of weaving distorted, disorganized patterns of percussion together that I admire, and it's no less prominent here. Grouping the drums with the faint chiptunes sounds and that Rhodes organ creates this very heavy, almost oppressive atmosphere of gloom (for me, at least).

I've just made it to your guitar portion. I like how it doesn't overstay its welcome, ducking out when the organ comes back in. Every new instrument you introduce to a composition has its place, and it never feels under-or-over-utilized.

Just hit 5 minutes. Much less going on here, taking a more minimalistic approach and relying more on the reverb from your synths to keep the song moving forward before reincorporating every instrument again in a wall of sound.

But then it just ends! That threw me off for a bit! That was 7 minutes long, but you keep the whole thing moving along so smoothly and with so many new variations on the central theme that it doesn't seem like it's gone on that long. This was a great listen, I'm glad you're still making tunes, man.


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Lapse responds:

Yoyo, Retro. Good to hear from you! Thanks for the really kind words, man. Highly appreciated!

If you hit up my Soundcloud, there's a follow up track called "Lure" that this song transitions into, that's why it cuts a bit abruptly, ah-hah. I'll throw a link in the description.


FD - The World You See FD - The World You See

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Holy crap, this is really heavy. It carries this despondent, hopeless tone throughout, and in a way I haven't quite heard before.

And I can't give enough praise to the way you chose to bring in the piano. The harsh cut was a very nice decision, considering the rest of the song.


ForgottenDawn responds:

Thank you :) The game that uses this as a soundtrack has some pretty heavy themes going on, so I tried to reflect that in the music. Pretty post-apocalyptic/dystopian.