Mad God

Follow The Assassin through a forbidding world of tortured souls, decrepit bunkers, and wretched monstrosities forged from the most primordial horrors of the subconscious mind. Every set, creature, and effigy in this macabre masterpiece is hand-crafted and painstakingly animated using traditional stop-motion techniques. MAD GOD is a labor of love, a testament to the power of creative grit, and an homage to the timeless art of stop-motion animation. Ready your eyes. Ready your spirit. Prepare to meet your maker.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • (voice): Niketa Roman
  • (voice): Satish Ratakonda
  • (voice): Alex Cox
  • (voice): Harper Taylor
  • (voice): Brynn Taylor

Film Crew:

  • Sound Designer: Richard Beggs
  • Character Designer: Phil Tippett
  • Executive Producer: Colin Geddes
  • Animation: Tom Gibbons
  • Music: Dan Wool
  • Editor: Ken Rogerson
  • Editor: Michael Cavanaugh
  • Cinematography: Chris Morley
  • Animation: Chuck Duke
  • Executive Producer: Sanjay Das
  • Makeup Artist: J. L. Barnett
  • Animation: Ri Crawford
  • Animation: David Lauer
  • Set Decoration: Hans Brekke
  • Set Decoration: Damon Bard
  • Set Decoration: Robi Bean
  • Set Decoration: David Berry
  • Set Decoration: Chantell Buck
  • Set Decoration: Morris Callegari
  • Set Decoration: Emily Christman
  • Set Decoration: Natalie Coblentz
  • Set Decoration: Samantha Tippett

Movie Reviews:

  • Chris Sawin: Mad God is a terrifying triumph to animation. It is mesmerizing, unique, and disgusting through and through. The ruined city in the film is coated in these overwhelming layers of grunge and unknown fluids that practically ooze onto the audience. The film seems to draw homage from the Labyrinth Cenobites reside in from the Hellraiser films. Apart from taking away that we’re all doomed to repeat the same pain and anguish for eternity, Mad God’s one flaw is reasoning behind its gruesome existence. Dreams and aspirations lead us through life like a treasure map, which more often than not, never come true. There’s nothing out there quite like Mad God. It is frighteningly phantasmagorical and a horrific masterpiece of animation.

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