500 Pound Planet: Twin Peaks meets the Muppet Show


17 Responses to “500 Pound Planet: Twin Peaks meets the Muppet Show”

  1. Enormo says:

    That’s some F’d up shit.

  2. Jasonclock says:

    How is this a cartoon?

  3. Anonymous says:

    i thought it was very good. aesthetically it kinda reminded me of this soviet gem http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2717941286977874486&hl=en#

  4. sinisterscrawl says:

    I like your cartoon too. It’s David Lynchian, in the fun way and not the tedious way. When I was a kid in the late ’80s watching Nickelodeon at odd hours of the day, snatches of weird Canadian animation were what I lived for, and this clip would have given me some inspiring nightmares. It still might. Looking forward to the rest!

  5. Jacqvb29 says:

    Liked it a lot! I’m really curious right now, what happens next? I felt a bit sorry when the wolf/goofy/monster died …

  6. 2k says:

    Entirely peculiar but particularly engrossing.

  7. wylkyn says:

    Twin Peaks? More like Eraserhead! I look forward to seeing more of it.

  8. reesocles says:

    Super Awesome. Do want the rest. How long until this is released in a Wholphin?

  9. Ariah says:

    Very weird, very cool animation. I can’t imagine how you thought this would be salable, though, without being named David Lynch.

  10. Anonymous says:

    I’ve always loved this, and think its genius will yet be rewarded.
    If nothing happens in the next 5 years and you do not become Britney Spears over this film then cut off your ear and die. You guys made an incredibly rich and wonderful thing. The world should holla.

  11. Anonymous says:

    There was actually a parody of Twin Peaks on Sesame Street. It was called “Twin Beaks”. Very funny. I have a copy on tape somewhere.

  12. Anonymous says:

    wow. what a delightfully deformed animation! Definitely pulls you in. Crazy! I’m so excited to see the rest of this!

  13. Icky Bob says:

    Wonderful! (Thank you)

  14. tp1024 says:

    Dear Internet,

    thank you for bringing this film to me.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I found this pretty enjoyable. Wierd but nice. My mouth was open most of the time because it pulled me in, i didn’t know what to expect next. Excellent work in my opinion, not a waste of 3 years at all.

  16. Anonymous says:

    This video freaked me out. Now I want to see the rest of it.

    Any chance it will show up as an extra in the Search Engine podcast feed?

  17. Anonymous says:

    pretty damned good. I’m a fan. I can relate. I’ve made a bunch of weird fucked up films like that too that nobody cared much for. I’m glad we got to see this one though.

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