Kooky's Return: Machinarium, Samorost designer turns to film


8 Responses to “Kooky's Return: Machinarium, Samorost designer turns to film”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Your tauntaun will freeze before you make the first marker.

  2. daen says:

    When I saw that first photo, just for a moment I thought it was a steampunk version of the Danish children’s TV show “Bamse og Kylling” … https://www.imusic.dk/gfx/item/reference/011/5709901155011.jpg

  3. veduuu says:

    and I would also mention that JAN SVERAK won the academy award for best foreign movie in 1996 for KOLYA

  4. rrh says:

    Finally, he’s putting that talent into making real art.

    • Anonymous says:

      @rrh if you think computer games aren’t capable of being ‘real art’ then you’re very much mistaken.

  5. Anonymous says:

    This film is great, i personally know the DOP, hwo worked on it, and i must say, he did a great job… :)

    Finally the czech art of puppetry is going to be more appreciated.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Finally here’s the new Kooky trailer with Engish dubbing.

  7. m2mroz says:

    @daen When I saw the picture, I thought the Maromi from Satoshi Kon’s Paranoia Agent found its way into movies ;)



    Watching the trailer, meh…

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