Sonic the Hedgehog fan film

James / January 14th, 2013

Check out this Sonic the Hedgehog fan film produced by Blue Core Studios and directed by Eddie Lebron (the team that brought you the “MegaMan” fan film). This shows a lot of dedication! Today, the old video game franchises don’t seem to get a lot of cinematic recognition. For example, we’ll probably never see Nintendo take another chance with a new Super Mario Bros movie. That kind of thing doesn’t happen anymore, but I believe the video games of the past can be made into great movies, if given the care and attention. For now, it’s up to fans with motivation like this, to show what the possibilities are, and maybe the movie industry will take the hint.

Also, I have a cameo, along with friends you’ll recognize.

 

Comments

  • January 14, 2013 at 2:06 pm

    I came across the other day on YouTube. I was surprised to see you in it. That was awesome! This film really shows the possibility of what it could be if video game characters had a shot at the big screen. Nice cameo!

  • Lodmot

    January 14, 2013 at 3:00 pm

    I saw the unfinished version at Magfest. That was a great time. xD

  • Lukas Sprehn

    January 14, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    Wow, James I never realized someone like you would be in this! Pretty damn great! I have folowed the production since the beginning, and I even saw the MegaMan fan film when it came out. Honestly, I’m not such a big fan of these two movies though. Sure they’re cool, but the effects in the MegaMan film were just plain bad… but it was ok. It was charming, in a way. But for this film, which is newer? Nah, seriously, Sonic looks like a puppet and his eyes look dead LOL. Other than that, pretty cool though… and James’ cameo was great! Along with the other reporters. The CG is not very good either, but the sound mix is top notch :D Along with other actors, actresses and voice actors. So, over all I enjoyed it! :D

    Stay creative,
    - Lukas

  • Lukas Sprehn

    January 14, 2013 at 3:58 pm

    I bet the CG will be better in the AVGN Movie, that is when it is used in it. We’ll make sure of that in the VFX Department :D

  • January 14, 2013 at 4:23 pm

    Very cool film, and I am happy to see that they got Jaleel White to be the voice of Sonic, just like he was for the animated TV show. It was a nice treat to see a cameo of the nerd as well. This film was a fantastic labor of love, and I hope it will become a full feature film some day. What would really be cool is if somebody would start a film studio that solely did film adaptations of classic video games. I would support that with my money! Great job and thanks to everyone involved with this picture.

    • Lukas Sprehn

      January 14, 2013 at 4:28 pm

      Unless it’s run by Uve Böll! That guy has to be stopped. He’s a living cliché and has anger-management problems, and he’s a terrible director who keeps milking the popular video game franchises… >_<

      • January 15, 2013 at 2:28 pm

        sure he is a very bad director, but you could at least spell his name right its Uwe Boll. and the boxing matches against the critics were just hilarious you gotta give him that.

    • January 16, 2013 at 5:36 am

      I actually have my own Youtube channel where my goal is to create animated adaptations of as many video games as I can. And I do it for free. I’m currently working on my first feature, a Zelda movie. Just search up Igetboredproductions on youtube. If you like campy movies like this, my stuff should be right up your alley. :)

  • January 14, 2013 at 7:21 pm

    I’ll be honest, I found it extremely boring and pretentious. Sonic looked like a rubber dog toy being run around on the screen with an invisible stick. While I like Jaleel White, I found his lines to be rather annoying just as he was in the cartoon he once voiced. I thought the guy playing Doctor Robotnik was very dull and trying too hard to be a villain; and since when was Dr. Robotnik ever called Kintobor? He was once referred to as Eggman, or Dr. Eggman as wikipedia will have you believe, but then he became Dr. Robotnik. I was happy to see you James, but I really don’t get why there were so many humans on a mainly animal dominated planet. The girl with the gun made me laugh at how silly she was when she would fire her weapon, waving it all over the place like she did. What a joke! I don’t know about this fan-based video. If I had to give it a rating I’d give it a 2 out of 5. Nice try, but it could and should have been a heck of a lot better and been a lot closer to the origins of the very first game. It’s almost as bad as the Super Mario Bros. movie. If I made movies I would most certainly love to be the one who made all the great video game movies that were 100% true to the video games they were spawned from. They would be from the eight and sixteen bit era as well. Me and my best friend talk about how video game movies should be, and I think he would agree that this one just doesn’t live up to the hype. I’m sure I’ll get a lot of guff for my negative remarks, but all I can say in response is that I am only being honest about what I saw that failed in my eyes.

    • Preston

      January 14, 2013 at 11:32 pm

      “If I made movies I would most certainly love to be the one who made all the great video game movies that were 100% true to the video games they were spawned from.” Really? Because after reading what you just said, it’s hard to believe you’ve ever touched a Sonic game.

      • January 15, 2013 at 1:46 am

        I grew up with Sonic and the Sega franchise, so I do know what I am talking about. Just because a comic book decided to take Robotnik’s name and write it backwards as his real name does not make it cannon. It’s only cannon if it was in the original games that appeared on the Sega Genesis. Later consoles do not count because they did everything but stick to what made Sonic great. The games on the Genesis deserve far better than what this little film gave them, so yeah I could do a far better job because I know the character, the sets, the music, and how things were in the golden era of Sonic The Hedgehog. The only human you saw in those games was Dr. Robotnik, which was called Eggman originally. So don’t bother trying to talk to me like you know something I don’t because from the sound of it you’re too young to know what it was like to play the first Sonic game when it came out in the summer of 1991.

    • Walter Grey

      January 15, 2013 at 4:50 am

      Whoa watch out guys we got a badass some guy on a random website who apparently is the master of what is and is not cannon in a universe he has absolutely involvement in outside of “I played the game in summer 1991″. Oh wise lord of sonic please bless us mere mortals with more of your indepth knowledge of how 95% of the franchise is irrelevant filler.

    • Walter Grey

      January 15, 2013 at 4:53 am

      And FYI chief but only the original Sonic predates the comic series which started at the same time 2 came out.

      • January 15, 2013 at 11:22 am

        First, the comic book you’re referring to came out long after the first game and 99% of fans don’t even know of its existence since the comic books never came with any of the games. How do I know this? Because I have them all with cases and manuals and bought them when they originally came out, that’s how I know. Second, the comic book does not coincide with the games, hence why it’s not cannon. Third, all the games that came after the Genesis (except the newly released Sonic 4) are outside the timeline of the original games on the Genesis. Fourth, I never professed to be an expert. I just happen to have played the games like everyone else. This film was poorly thought out and has nothing to do with the original games it was spawned from.

    • Daniel Brickeen

      January 15, 2013 at 8:25 am

      Later consoles do not count? That makes no sense. “Only Sonic game cannon is legitimate. But only on the genesis. Nevermind that there were only 3 games on the Genesis and I’m ignoring a billion other games”
      You either pick game cannon or you don’t. By your logic, I can be like “Hmmm I choose Sonic 2, Sonic Adventure, and Sonic Unleashed to be the only games that follow cannon. All the others don’t.” It makes no sense.

      • January 15, 2013 at 11:14 am

        Only three you say? Let’s see. There was Sonic The Hedgehog, Sonic 2 and 3, then Sonic & Knuckles (that game that allowed you to play as Knuckles on 2 and 3 when you put those games on top of the Sonic & Knuckles cartridge), and Sonic 3D Blast. Let’s not forget Sonic CD, Sonic Spinball, and Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine. Yeah, I see you’re a real professional at knowing the Sonic franchise. The games after the Genesis era can’t really be counted because overall they’re really not Sonic games. They took the character in a new direction that is not at all popular amongst the fans who like me who grew up with those games. So yes, only those from the Genesis era truly count because they follow in line. Now there is a Sonic 4 that just came out that coincides with the original line, but I’ve heard it’s not a very good game. Point is, this little film didn’t follow anything from the original story.

      • January 15, 2013 at 11:29 am

        Oh, and let’s not forget Knuckles Chaotix on the 32X. See, a lot more than just three.

      • Marc1k1

        January 21, 2013 at 3:32 am

        @Twistedspeech

        Please don’t try to speak for everyone, first game I ever played was Sonic the Hedgehog on a Megadrive Model 2 and I’ve loved Sonic games since and I would say by far my favourite games are the two Adventure games on the dreamcast, so no, not all fans who played the 2D games hate or at very least dislike the newer games, I’ll grant however that latley (despite Generations which was the best since Heroes) the games have been a bit shit.

        Also I get where you’re coming from with the whole cannon situation but I think the angle the director was going for was to make a mish-mash of different references from different parts of the franchise rather than focusing on one specific cannon.

        SO, I thought the film was… all right, I appreciate the effort that clearly went into it and I think mostly all the acting was good however the dialogue for Sonic was… well poor.

        Overall I enjoyed it for the short experience that it was but Sonic’s appearance and voice let it down rather a lot sadly.

    • XXNemesisXX

      January 15, 2013 at 1:33 pm

      Check out the Sonic Bible. A backstory for the very first 1991 Sonic game. There are a lot of copies on the internet. I heard that IT IS CANON and I am pretty sure that is where the comic got the idea from.
      Also I agree with almost everything you just said. I dont want to hate this non-profit fan film and look like a typical Sonic fan that hates everything new, because I am not like that! I enjoy a lot of the new and old games but this movie was just so wrong and slow with some very stiff looking CGI. I like the last minute of the movie however (except the fact that Knuckles had fingers).

    • BlazeHeatnix

      January 15, 2013 at 6:02 pm

      You idiot. Kintobor WAS a part of the original Genesis games, in the American localization. It wasn’t just the comics, it was a part of SoA’s official canon before it got retconned. And you think later consoles after the Genesis “don’t count”? You’re WAY more pretentious than this film ever was.

    • Daniel Brickeen

      January 15, 2013 at 10:27 pm

      Okay, I admit I was a dumbass and forgot about spinoff games such as Spinball and Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine (even though Spinball didn’t really have much of a story, Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean machine was actually just Puyo Puyo remade for American audiences because Sonic was more well known in the US). Also, I’m sorry I didn’t realize you were included Genesis add-ons, like Sonic CD and Knuckles Chaotix, even though those games are on he Sega CD and the Sega 32X, which are connected but still separate entities from the Genesis.
      But you still can’t just say “Later games aren’t cannon because they strayed too far from original Sonic.” First of all, as far as I can tell, Sonic still runs fast, does a lot of platforming, collects rings, and saves the world from Dr. Eggman, or at least stops whatever plan Dr. Eggman had made. Secondly, things change, whether you like it or not. Mario changed, Zelda changed, every classic game was changed for newer technology and audiences. And all of the games in those franchises are considered cannon. Why is newer Sonic not cannon? Because it “changed” from the Genesis? That makes no sense. Change is inevitable.
      And the only new Sonic games fans have downright hated are 06, Unleashed, Shadow, and the Black Knight. Everything else, from what I’ve seen, have had generally positive reviews, and at the very least, mixed reviews. Some new Sonic games that have been very well received are both Adventures, Colors, Generations, and the Rush games. So, if these games are essentially good, how can being “too different than the originals” be bad? All Sonic games are part of the cannon, old and new. Just like old and new Mario games are cannon, old and new Zelda games are cannon, etc., not just the old.

    • Mike Scrase

      January 19, 2013 at 7:42 pm

      Actually the Kintobor thing comes from a very obscure book that explored Sonic’s origins, only released in Japan. Robotnik was also referred to as “Kintobor” before he became evil in Fleetway’s “Sonic the Comic”, which was a comic published in Britain at roughly the same time as Archie’s American one.

      Also in Japan, Sonic has always been from Earth. Mobius is a totally Western thing.

    • Nicholas

      January 20, 2013 at 12:08 am

      Yeah, but you don’t make movies…give credit were credit is due…it’s a huge undertaking that shows vision and creativity…i thought sonic looked great, and I raise my glass to all those involved with the making of this short film…keep it up

    • January 21, 2013 at 1:01 am

      The irony. The most boring and pretentious thing on this page is you.

    • Mike B

      January 22, 2013 at 5:44 pm

      Well. . you gotta take it for what it is man. I thought about that stuff too, but I wouldn’t purpusefully be a dick about it. And, why dont you make movies? Instead of just talking about them? If you could do better, then do it. You kinda sound pretentious and lack appreciation for the work of others, regardless of their skill in 3D modeling and special effects. It’s not like its a big budget studio.

  • January 14, 2013 at 10:38 pm

    I found it boring but ive never been a fan of sonic so take that with a grain of salt.

  • metalcommand

    January 15, 2013 at 6:09 am

    I just couldn’t hold my laughter: it’s been done so epic and serious, but what is Sonic all about? Oh yeah, a fast, blue hedgehog! And that’s what Sonic is: a fun game with a fast, blue hedgehog. The tone of this movie doesn’t fit the original games on the Sega, not at all. It’s like making Batman a super serious, realistic character…it’s still a guy dressed up like a bat! While the CGI wasn’t that bad in general, Sonic was done horribly. Not so because the CGI was horrible, but because the whole movie was in real life and Sonic was way more cartoonish than the rest. He felt unreal, not in place. The movie wasn’t really that bad for a fan movie, but it just took itself way, way too serious.

    • BlazeHeatnix

      January 17, 2013 at 1:03 pm

      Are you trying to be ironic? You’re judging what the tone of something should be based on the main character? Conker’s Bad Fur Day is very adult and pretty dark, and it stars a big headed, big eyed squirrel.

      • metalcommand

        January 20, 2013 at 11:44 am

        Just read my comment again. The Sonic games have never been about ‘dark, epic plots’, but just a cheesy plot revolving around a mad doctor kidnapping forest animals for his personal gain. I just hate it that nowadays, so many movies try to make a character ‘epic’ , ‘deep’ and ‘dark’, but just fail at so many points. Batman is an example; a man in a bat suit, how serious can you make that? Well, there has been an ‘epic’ serious trilogy of Batman. Sorry, but the whole tone of that movie is just laughable. The plot is great, but then I see Batman….and it just falls all out of place.
        I’m not saying that something with a furry animal can’t be dark (CBF isn’t ‘dark’, it just has dark humor and it’s a parody game), but don’t try to make it all too serious. Know that your main hero is just a blue hedgehog with a ‘cool’ attitude.

  • crazygamer4life

    January 15, 2013 at 7:23 am

    Not perfect, but definitely pretty good not the less. If only they had the budget for a full length film…. it could be really good if done right. Nice use of the original Sonic the Hedgehog voice actor Jaleel White too, no but him can do justice to Sonic’s voice.. at least from my perspective of listening to him do Sonic’s voice on 3 Sonic Cartoons in the 90′s when i grew up.

  • Peron

    January 15, 2013 at 8:22 am

    Another bad moment in Sonic’s life. Someone bring back ALEX KIDD!!!

  • Lukas Sprehn

    January 15, 2013 at 10:42 am

    Here’s a fan made thng that I think you and Mike will love! Even though the matte paintings are not the best. It blew my mind as a huge fan of Castlevania, like you two :D http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voEKEG0Y3as

    Stay creative,
    - Lukas

    • Lukas Sprehn

      January 15, 2013 at 11:03 am

      And, well, Simon’s the son of Dracula in this series. I don’t really mind that because it’s fan-made, but had it aired on TV I would have been very disappointed by that fact…

      • Lukas Sprehn

        January 15, 2013 at 11:10 am

        Oh, and there’s no magic vampire stone plot here.

  • January 15, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    Kintobor is Robotnik backwards.

  • January 15, 2013 at 10:39 pm

    I thought the “movie” was interesting. I think the CGI artist portrayed Sonic well. He put his own touch on it, making Sonic appear to have “needles” like a hedgehog would actually have. Sure, the CGI wasn’t “Hollywood” quality, but it was still very good. I could tell a lot of time and effort went into it, and I’m eager to see what happens next. I saw this a few days ago on youtube, and noticed people commenting saying things like; “He should either do it right, or he has no business doing it at all.” Or “OMG, KNUCKLES DOESN’T HAVE FINGERS. YOU SUX LOL!” And its just kinda sad how high strung people can be. It’s a FAN video, probably the best one out there. It isn’t offical or meant to be taken TO seriously, its meant to be enjoyed by a fellow fan who wanted to do his own take on the Sonic franchise. And as for Knuckles having “fingers” …well, doesn’t he? Almost all of the Sonic characters wears gloves, and Knuckles appears to be wearing some kind of boxing gloves. So isn’t it possible if he took his gloves off that he would have fingers? Again, its just the CGI’s artist version of Knuckles. Everyone just needs to lighten up, sit back, and enjoy the show. And if you don’t care for the movie, nobody is making you watch it.

  • TGM

    January 16, 2013 at 1:59 am

    I hate to talk bad about a generally well made fan movie like this, but I don’t think it really worked. The CGI was certainly good for a low budget production such as this, but it clashed way too much with the live action, especially whenever Sonic was on screen. I think it would have been a better decision to make it entirely in CGI, honestly. That, and I gotta agree with others that the tone is far too serious, and goes against the nature of the Sonic games. This is a point that’s especially noticeable, again, whenever Sonic’s on screen. He clearly has that fun, carefree attitude that the series is known for, which is in complete contrast with the rest of the overly serious film.

    So I don’t think it really works, though I definitely appreciate the effort and the dedication that went into this, because it totally shows. Also, I’m impressed you guys were able to actually get Jaleel White to do this. I’d look forward to your future works, but please try not to take yourselves too seriously next time, because it only devalues your hard work.

  • January 16, 2013 at 7:47 am

    that look really good!

  • January 16, 2013 at 8:09 am

    This Fan Film is pretty well done for a video game movie one question james do you remember that Fucking dumb ass Super Mario Bros movie well I find a website where talk about the movie you should look look at it http://www.smbmovie.com/SMBArchive/specials/references.htm and it’s 20th anniversary special yeah….

  • January 16, 2013 at 11:17 am

    It’s shot pretty well…so its not a student film…but the CG and compositing is god aweful! Looks very amateur. The acting is pretty bad..as is expected in a no budget indie short. The story is VERY much trying to imitate a hollywood blockbuster like transformers….but comes off as a low budget, poorly scripted, indie piece.

    A nice try…but needs a LOT of polish.

    The positives:

    The footage is quite nice (when its not being obscured by poorly comped, poorly rendered CG), and the editing is tight…that was obviously a pro.

  • LightningLuigi

    January 16, 2013 at 11:36 am

    Yeah, I gotta agree with most of the other people here; this didn’t turn out that good at all. It fact, I and several of my friends found it hilariously poor. I mean, sure, I get it; it’s a fan film, not a full blown Hollywood production, and it was only really meant to show how a Sonic movie could have been done, but the only thing this achieved was that it made me grateful that most major studios have the common sense to not make video game adaptions such as this.

    I’ll be frank, I don’t like the direction the Sonic series took post-Genesis. This whole Sonic Adventure crap with super serious stories and an emphasis on realism completely clashes with what Sonic once stood for: a cartoony and colorful world filled with campy and lovable characters, and this movie oozes with the former. Sonic’s CGI model looks horrifying, and completely clashes with his surroundings. And while I’ve grown to like Sonic’s voice from the old DiC cartoons, I’m sorry, but Jaleel White just can’t do that voice properly anymore. Aside from that, the whole thing is a half-baked story that isn’t even complete. Overall, the film seems unfinished, and can’t say it’d be much good if it were either.

    Again, not to say I don’t appreciate the effort. The CGI (sans Sonic) is actually kinda impressive all considering, and I actually like the guy they got to play Robotnik (he needed a bigger mustache though). But overall, I think it’s mostly a good thing classic video games don’t get film adaptions anymore. Everyone has their own take on these beloved franchises, and I believe it’s best to leave it at that.

  • firespread3

    January 16, 2013 at 12:17 pm

    Ever see their MegaMan film? I remember watching it a few years ago, it’s actually pretty decent and it’s an hour and a half.

  • January 16, 2013 at 1:46 pm

    HI your the movie ats awsome

  • January 16, 2013 at 5:18 pm

    generic soundtrack throughout the film (meaning uninspired), boring and SLOW movie (for a sonic film, that is a no no), generic so so dialogue, nothing special. the only thing good here is the creators’ attempt. maybe i am expecting too much but then again joe shmoes make incredible sequences that are so much fun and full of excitement right here on youtube (like those bunch of guys who made the “greatest RC car chase ever”), so, nah, this wasn’t good. i did expect better. far better.

  • January 16, 2013 at 10:14 pm

    That’s the slowest Sonic I’ve ever seen, yes, even slower than the Werewolf.

  • Marc West

    January 16, 2013 at 11:57 pm

    Awesomeness! I am currently doung for my double major in Game Art & Design and Media Arts & Animation degrees. I am learning how to make things like this right now. Hopefully, someday I will be a part of something like this. :) Great cameo!

  • Geo_Seven

    January 17, 2013 at 11:15 am

    I really liked this short film. Very good stuff. The acting was good. The visual effects were good. The story was good. For a non profit fan film I have to say it was top quality. The only two things I felt were problems was that Sonic never seemed very fast, and I really did not care to hear cursing in Sonic The Hedgehog. It’s not that I have a problem with cursing in general but it just seemed so out of place with Sonic and I felt it took away from the film rather than add anything to it.

  • January 17, 2013 at 3:59 pm

    That was pretty fun and quite well done ! Congratulations to the team ! Long live Sonic ! (please SEGA, can you stop doing crappy Sonic Games ? :p)

  • GalloogaJoe

    January 18, 2013 at 7:29 pm

    This was pretty cool. I’m a huge Sonic fan (though most of the games in the past decade have sucked), and I’ve been trying to flesh out an idea for a darker, serious tone kind of series for a long time, kinda like this. I hope one day to get the resources to turn it into an animated series. Hopefully more gets done with this kind of fan fiction. Also, a side note, I’m glad they refer to him as Robotnik. Even though Eggman is his original Japanese name, I hate when he’s referred to in a serious manner as Eggman, it sounds fucking stupid.

  • honkytonk

    January 19, 2013 at 3:53 am

    Being uninmpressed is the nicest thing I can say… the cgi (aside from the red robots) is just bad, especially Sonic looks not that good, to keep it diplomatic.
    But I never was a fan of Sonic, the only time I played a game was on the game gear nearly 20 years ago.
    Maybe fans of the series see it in another way with their nostalgia goggles already equipped, but like I said: not my cup of tea.

  • NewQuinn

    January 19, 2013 at 8:47 pm

    Please tell me the AVGN movies is gonna be better than that. What were they thinking?

  • January 21, 2013 at 1:10 am

    Love the star-studded cast, James Rolfe, Jaleel White, Doug Walker, Chris Niosi!

    It would be cool to see some of the comic/cartoon-based characters like Princess Sally, but I really like what they did here.

    The CG on the robots is great. Sonic looks kinda weird, but it would be very hard to make a “realistic” Sonic look right.

    Also, the guy playing Robotnik is awesome!

  • January 21, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    This was very well made, especially for a “fan film”! With all the crew listed in the credits, I have a feeling this was a little more than a fan film – lots of professionals on board here. Don’t pay too much attention to the haters. All the elements for this short film were perfect for a live action Sonic movie. Sure it wasn’t perfect. Whatever. Critics gonna critic. The fact that they made this cool film of such quality is amazing to me. I’m inspired. If people hating on this can do better, they’re welcome to try, and we’re welcome to rip their hard work apart.

    • January 21, 2013 at 4:46 pm

      ugh … ok, imperfections – some of the tracking wasn’t 100% accurate, some of the humor was ill timed, whatever. It doesn’t matter. As a whole, this film is really cool.

    • August 1, 2013 at 3:51 pm

      “If people hating on this can do better, they’re welcome to try, and we’re welcome to rip their hard work apart.” This kind of thinking always came across as pretentious, even mob-mentality vengeance to me. “Rip their hard work apart”- so it’s wrong to not like this, but it’s perfectly okay to bash something else because someone didn’t like this? How’s that for Generation Y Spoilt Amerikan Youth Logic.
      So you’re not allowed to have an opinion outside of “It’s awesome” for something, and if you do, you should spend all your time making something better?
      The point of criticism is to direct something to make it better. Some take it too far and they only focus on the negatives without any mention of the positives, or ride on a bandwagon of hate- those are the “haters”. Someone who genuinely doesn’t like something and voices their opinion on it shouldn’t be ignored because they didn’t give something praise or look at it in another light.
      Personally, I like this film. I’m a freak in the fanbase considering that I prefer this kind of tone if not so blatant. And I appreciate that they tried. However, I wouldn’t give it anything higher than what I’d say is a 7/10, most of it for effort especially with Jaleel White.

  • Mike B

    January 22, 2013 at 5:38 pm

    Dude, this is pretty sick. If this were in the hands of a super high budget studio. . . Oh man. . I could just feel how awesome it would be. Not that is isn’t awesome now, but just. . amped up with production quality and effects. Don’t get the wrong idea though, this is fucking badass.

  • January 23, 2013 at 1:22 am

    I don’t know where to leave a request at so i figured here on your website would be appropriate. The movie Buried starring Ryan Renolds, it’s sort of a horror movie, you got a crazed maniac killing people, and one man trying to survive. I would love to see you do a review on that movie.

  • January 27, 2013 at 1:51 am

    Wow nice i liked and to see you in it was awesome the ending even better. I was hoping the whole time to see knuckles.

  • Gourmetguy

    January 29, 2013 at 12:38 pm

    Good effort
    I really wanted this when I was 10
    Not so sure I find Sonic as cool as when I was 10.

  • Gourmetguy

    January 29, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    I cant help but think, if they are to make a Sonic live action, it should be batman begins like, perhaps make the voice a bit less annoying. a bit darker etc…
    after all. most people who want this grew up with Sonic and are now adults.

  • Bobby Kosta

    January 30, 2013 at 2:20 am

    The ending gave me goosebumps. Sweet film!

  • Ben_from_G-town

    February 20, 2013 at 6:04 am

    Hahahaha that was awesome! Maybe even the greatest fan-made Sonic thing I’ve seen! He even got Jaleel White to play Sonic, and the Robotnik actor was great! And the reviewer cameos were much appreciated. I’m not sure about Sonic’s character model, though. The quills and fur look strange.

  • Ben_from_G-town

    February 20, 2013 at 6:06 am

    Also, I like how it was an epic movie done like Hollywood might do, but tongue-in-cheek, if that’s what they were going for. :D

  • Carson Shover

    June 17, 2013 at 7:38 am

    Loved the cameos of Jame and Doug!

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