What the actual fuck?
I feel many things right now. Confusion. Uneasy Laughter. Dread. Disbelief at the fact I watched the whole thing.
It gives you new insight on what was once considered a fun children's franchise,
while scaring the living shit out of you.
First the lilo and stitch comic thing...now this.
WTF has my life become.
>...even that boy who could only say the name of where he lived
Is this as bad as I've heard? I've not got time to watch it.
>baby Thomas was born in 1968
I want to get off the train now
I watched the show as a kid
The fact that the narrator has almost the same accent as the early shows narrators really sold this whole thing.
my first birthday was a thomas the tank engine birthday
that knowledge has now been tainted. I can never think about thomas the tank engine, formerly an object of joy for me, without also thinking of this video.
I don't know how to react to this. On one hand some part of its are genius, it was interesting to listen to this fake documentary.
On the other what the fuck
Dear god I did and I regret it.
Because now I am not sleeping tonight.
That was fucking great. I only wish there wasn't such a wonky mish mash of filmed footage and CGI. Although the scenes with Henry in the snow at night looked pretty good.
Imagine if he'd done that final Thomas scene with stop motion
Tonally this was all over the place, and the cheap CGI effects didn't help things.
But for some strange reason it ends up making the whole thing more unsettling, it's like we've reached some kind of meta-horror.
"So Unscary it's Scary"
Just like the cgi series
i have no idea what the absolute fuck that was but it was amazing
Oh god I feel sick. I am so fucking nauseous now. Fuck that's not going to leave my head for a while.