Our favorites at Tell It Animated are back with their take on the various aliens from the Alien movies. I think they’re called Xenomorphs? Probably.
As always, these are neat, nifty little videos with a lot of thought and great animation put into them. If I can make a request, I want to see some more superheroes, like Robin to go along with their Batman video, or Captain America. Maybe some of the Universal monsters, like Frankenstein, would be cool.
Want to see the visual history of horror icon Freddy Krueger animated with awesome skill? Of course you do!
Hats off to the good folks/dude at Tell It Animated! Much like Jason, I never watched any Nightmare on Elm Street movies as a kid. In fact, I don’t think I’ve gone back to watch any of them either. I did watch the new reboot…but didn’t care for it. Still, these videos rule.
That cool artist guy at Tell It Animated is back! This time, he’s doing all the cinematic Batman costumes!
Everybody loves a good Batman video for their Friday! I’m doing good works in sharing this.
The genius from Tell It Animated is back to animate the many incarnations of another famous movie slasher! First it was Jason, and now it’s Michael Myers, from the Halloween series! Another horror series I’ve never watched! Still, this guy is good, and I want to promote his work.
Here’s hoping he makes many more! Maybe Freddy Krueger. Maybe Godzilla. Maybe he can switch up and do superheroes and their various costume and status quo changes! So many options! Here’s to awesome internet stuff!
So, weird coincidence. I never watched any of the classic horror films from the 1980s while I was growing up. We just didn’t watch those kinds of movies in my family. So I’ve never seen a single Friday the 13th movie. Not even the modern reboots. I don’t particularly care about Jason.
But I’ve been randomly watching some Let’s Play videos of the latest Friday the 13th video game, which prompted me, just the other day, to read a big wikipedia entry on the life and times of Jason, just out of pure wiki-curiosity. We’ve all been there.
Then I discovered this brand new animated history of Jason that literally just came out, and is only the second video from a new YouTube creator!
This is kismet. I had no idea this video was coming from Tell It Animated. And my wiki-wormhole on Jason was just as random. But hey, when the Internet is telling me to share a cool animated YouTube video with you, you’re damn right I’m going to share it!