This appeared on Cracked yesterday.
A little behind the scenes look of the early stages of Green Lantern the Animated Series.
My eternal gratitude to everyone who helped prove the doubters wrong.
i actually kinda like parts the clonus horror,
like idk i’m sure it’d be a lot harder to watch without the riff,
but the sense of helplessness is really striking.
The whole creepy isolated & docile clone farm, not knowing who you can trust and that you know the characters are working off virtually no knowledge or skill except for the instinct that something is wrong. It’s definitely a horror.
This makes me think it’s sort of an of-its-time film. The 70s were all about paranoid conspiracy movies.
At least they caught the movie’s “Kansas sucks” subtext
"Ashton Kutcher" and "tour de force performance" in the same sentence? Did Netflix forget to take down one of their April Fool’s jokes?
In honor of the Peabody…
(I wish the actual opening credits were on YouTube, but alas.)