After the events of Who Killed Markiplier, The Detective has never forgiven The Colonel for what happened in that mansion. After countless close calls, Abe's finally cornered the madman as ...
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"Who Killed Markiplier" is a first person video series. The story begins when The Attorney (the audience) is invited for a poker night on Markiplier Manor, where their host is (thunder strikes) murdered.
What happens when a ghost decides to wreak havoc on your home? Who do you turn to? Who do you call? Or do you try to fight back? Find out what happens when this poor, unfortunate soul's house becomes haunted by a watery demon.
This will end in one year. Remember death. The year long series of Unus Annus is presented by Ethan Nestor and Mark Fischbach where every day they do odd challenges. Though throughout the ... See full summary »
In this reality-adventure series from the creator and executive producers of "The Walking Dead," experience thrills, chills, and laughter as PewDiePie encounters terrifying situations inspired by his favorite video games.
After the events of Who Killed Markiplier, The Detective has never forgiven The Colonel for what happened in that mansion. After countless close calls, Abe's finally cornered the madman as his latest persona - Wilford 'Motherloving' Warfstache.Written by
Okay, I know most people are biased toward YouTubers when they do anything that crosses over into the "normal" realm of entertainment (whether it's music, writing, or in this case directing/acting), but personally, I think this goes above and beyond what many famous directors can do.
This is a practical short film with that classic Christopher Nolanish tone to it. The music is a bit underwhelming, but so is every low-budget film that can't have its own original soundtrack. With that being said, the music is not totally lacking; the theme gives me chills every time I hear it.
The plot and characters are magnificent, but there is one potential weak spot: part of the magic of Mark's world is the backstory of these characters; it's vague and has never been completely unveiled to the audience. If Mark chooses to reveal the complete backstory- and I think he should (otherwise, what's the point?)- can it live up to the greatness his story seems to be building up to? If he fails at writing a backstory that matches this short film, it could be devastating to his entire franchise. I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but that's just something to think about.
Anyway, I figured I'd write a legitimate review since his fans are probably going to spam the IMDb app with jokes or give Mark a 10/10 just because we love him and want to see him succeed.
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