So I decided to jump on the bandwagon and complete this influence map. Also because I've felt bad for not submitting anything for months.
1. Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (Nintendo, 2000) A weird alternate universe in the LoZ series, and still my favorite.
2. Plague Dogs (Martin Rosen, 1982) Very depressing animated film discovered a couple years ago that tears me up.
3. Land Before Time (Don Bluth, 1988) My favorite childhood film. Still tears me up to this day.
4. MYST (Cyan, 1993) A fantastic puzzle-solving game where you travel to worlds, or 'ages,' described in books. Image of MYST island
5. All Dogs Go To Heaven (Don Bluth, 1989) Another classic Bluth film I grew up with.
6. MYST III: Exile (Ubisoft, 2001) Another chapter in the MYST series about retrieving a stolen book through different ages. Image is from Amateria, my favorite age out of the entire series.
7. Secret of NIMH (Don Bluth, 1982) Second favorite childhood film. Animation never fails to impress me.
8. Beauty and the Beast (Disney, 1991) My favorite Disney film
9. Riven: The Sequel to MYST (Cyan, 1997) The next chapter in the MYST series, featuring very realistic graphics that not many games today feature. Image of Maglev ride to other island.
10. Left 4 Dead 2 (VALVe, 2009) Got hooked by
11. Red Dwarf (Grant/Naylor, 1988-2009) 3 million light years away from home, four smegheads stranded in space try to return to Earth. Misadventures involving homicidal penguin puppets and monsters that turn into different objects ensue.
12. Futurama (Matt Groening, 1999-????) One of my favorite shows (overjoyed it's been revived). All hail Zoidberg!
13. Pink Floyd (1967-1994) Classic 70's rock band I grew up with.
I thought of doing this one once, but it was so similar to the moodboard that I might repeat it, so I thought na...
1. My brother recently brought zelda oceania of time for the 3D DS but he forgot we didn't have the new DS version Must get around to buying and playing it, I'm curious about zelda, though from the begining I've always being a playstation "spyro" person.
2. God, that movie.... have you seen Felidae? Its bloodier than Plague Dogs, and more shocking, and I can't still get the images out of my head, its about cats with the sort of similar animal-testing plot (except its more an insane film, in one scene a murdered cats body is spilt open and the unborn kittens are splayed over the lawn, theres also an animated cat sex scene)
3. Second favourite animated film, Got me well into dinosaurs! though the Mums death is sadder than mufasas I'll admit.
4, 6, 9. Cool I remember this puzzle solving game I used to play in primary school, about little blue blobs with orange feet always wearing sunglasses, trying to find a new home (can't recall the name of it)
5. Charlie that was judith barsis last movie
7. Haven't seen that bluth film in yonks, can't find it in its entity on youtube.
8. Another disney film I haven't seen in yonks, why is it your fav?
10. Might give it a go
11. *need to watch* sounds interesting! I am slowly and guiltily getting into Doctor who so I might check that one out as well...
12. Futurama I never got into, I prefer thaaa Simpsonnns
13. Never heard of them, must look em up someday.
14. Second fav comic strip (I feel terribly sorry for calvins mother !! I love the dinosaur imagination he does) my first is Peanuts also, I recently bought a huge comic book of "footrot flats"
15. Mario 64 creeped me out a bit as a child on my Dads Nintendo, which is why I liked pokemon stadium more though I loved swinging bowser by the tail!! good times
16. MST3K? never heard of it is that a TV show?
17. Haven't seen much of this series, only bits and pieces on youtube (like the self-defense Banana and *DUNN* "no one expects the spanish inquistion!" ) but I have seen the movies like "meaning of life" "life of brian" and "holy grail" Holy grail is my fav, Killer Bunny FTW!
18. Yes, Dinosaurs! I still have a massive folder collection of these dino cards I used to collect when I was a kid, though LBT always made me love the "long necks" more
I originally objected to trying it as well, but time passed since the last Moodboard and I thought I'd update a few things. But now that I look at it, I realize I missed out a few key points as well. How did I forget Roadrunner cartoons...??
1. I honestly never tried Ocarina of Time. I found it more enjoyable to watch *BlowtorchForce try to go through it. Majora's Mask is a little like Ocarina, but much darker in its plot and setting.
2. Yes I have seen Felidae! Definitely more graphic than Plague Dogs. That scene with Gregor Mendel and the puppet cats was one of the most disturbing animated scenes I've ever watched
3. I was able to get a DVD copy of LBT recently, because I know my VCR won't last forever. Btw, thanks for sending me a copy of the soundtrack!
4, 6, 9. Sounds interesting and cute^^. And if you ever want to find a good mystery computer game I highly recommend the MYST series.
5. Hard to believe this movie's as old as I am... Charlie's awesome, the kind of dog I'd love to raise in my house. Very saddening in the end after what happened to Barsi…
7. Was lucky enough to get the soundtrack for it too. The animation still amazes me to this day. I also managed to get *BlowtorchForce to watch it recently, as she had never seen it before. Man was she blown away…
8. Disney films in general I love; I'm not sure why I love this film the most. I remember loving this animation style and storyline over other Disney movies, and the fact that I loved the horse for no reason.
10. I warn you, it's violent.
11. It's a very ridiculous show. That moment when one of the characters goes insane and wears a dress while wielding a killer penguin puppet never fails to crack me up. I've always found British comedy funnier than American.
12. Interestingly I'm the opposite; I was more for the earlier seasons of the Simpsons but the later ones hadn't grown on me. Futurama I got hooked on thanks to a high school friend.
13. I blame my dad for getting me into them; he played his old rock records when I was a toddler, and I've been hooked on a lot of 70's rock since. Pink Floyd also created an 80's animated film that was designed by the same animator of Scar from the Lion King (however I would strongly prevent seeing it).
14. I'm still trying to find a Footrot Flats book but they're either unavailable or very expensive, but I haven't given up hope. Was also raised on Peanuts, especially Snoopy.
15. It did for me too, especially the sand world; the music creeped me out. Nowadays a game that once took months to complete, I can do in about 6 hours. Good times indeed
16. Mystery Science Theater 3000; They stopped making it over a decade ago, so now it is virtually unknown. It used to be a TV show but b/c of issues with broadcasting they don't show any episodes anymore Luckily there's YTube... The movies they make fun of are amazingly god-awful which adds to the hilarity.
17. I've seen the whole show; they have all the episodes on YTube. I think my favorite sketch is where John Cleese and Graham Chapman couldn't remember any of their lines about a penguin figure on a TV so they ad-libbed the whole thing Speaking of Monty Python, have you ever seen Brazil? It's a little mix of Monty Python in an Orwellian dystopian future that mimics 1984.
18. LBT also made me love longnecks as well My dinosaur collection is still slowly growing.
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