frame 1:21-1:30 then frames 1:31-1:35 are blank, black
frames 1:36-1:40 more pig dancing
frame 1:44 ricky and elmo look evil or angry
edited: there I think I have shown all frames
notice that one some of them, the pig dances but elmo and ricky are still in a smaller 1x1 box frame centered. anyone else notice this? it's a
clever way to bind your left/right sides of brain lateral thinking while continuing the main video you mind thinks it's watching.
Call me crazy, but I don't see any of these pics, except voor piggy in the chair. First of all, I thougt subliminal messages have been proven not to
work, second, why would anybody create a stupid video with the Great Diabolical Pig in it and stuff it with all different kinds of weird images? To
look back at my pics to see them, it's over laid by the images you are catching of the pigs... it's underneath them, there is maybe a single frame
in there that shows the full image as the ones over it shrink away, and it's not clear enough on a pc frame grab to make out the exact compounds
It actually looks to be a break down of Urine but hard to say for sure
and the Pig plus Fowl... swine flu h1n1 allusion image seems to be a commentary on Poultry and Pigs Urinating in the same location and causing this
flu, funny because it's a joke I made allot in here when this all started to happen...
You haven't had one thing to say productive yet other than to insult people and distract from the conversation.
If you have a brain your not showing it, other than to come in annoy people and flagrantly violate the Toc... with intent which you stated disdain for
the basic rules that allow people to actually discuss these topics...
Like I said, if you think it's stupid you can say so in one post, what your doing is trolling and no one is even responding to you but me...
If you want to noob into the forum here and be a troll go ahead, but i'm not much interested in listening to you insult people and tell them how
stupid you are nor do I need to engage you in how smart you are and how much life experience you have when obviously your really actually insecure
about the subject any way
If your going to act like this, just know the ignore button works well and you'll only be talking to yourself and no one else will even see your
messages soon even if staff doesn't decide to remove you
A comparison, who knows.. could it be that it's about the contrast? The harmless children's figure on one side, the decadent and sickening pig on
the other side.. that' s big contrast, isn't it? But even if it was that, then my question is still: why?
Originally posted by DarknessFollows
why would anybody create a stupid video with the Great Diabolical Pig in it and stuff it with all different kinds of weird images? To whatever
To get people talking about it. Which has been quite successful. Knowing ATS members, the poster of the video could be the same person as the poster
of the thread. I'm not saying it is, I'm just giving one possible reason that someone would do something like this.
Thanks for the location of the original film. They did some WEIRD things back in those days. Especially when they first invented a technology (like
the "animation" of the pig's face).
But as far as the Sesame Street/Pig film, someone probably just wanted to see if anyone noticed and gets his or her jollies from having a secret.
The Dancing Pig, The Haunted Hotel (above and bottom, right), Ben-Hur, and The Teddy Bears will be among more than a dozen early short films screened
at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences‘ "Monday Nights with Oscar" presentation of "A Century Ago: The Films of 1907," on Monday,
April 7, at the Academy Theater in New York City. The program will be repeated on Thursday, April 10, at 7 p.m. at the National Archives’ William G.
McGowan Theater in Washington, D.C.
Hmmmmnn, gotta say that this really creeped me out! I cant even look at those screen shots of that pig at the start of this post...
I do find the the chemical formulae combined with the pig and chicken intriguing to. Perhaps this person was trying to scare people subliminally to be
freaked about the swine/bird flu???? So they would get the injections????
In the end this person is violating our subconsious mind by planting "seeds" that will grow and fertilizing that "seed" with fearfull imagery
Simply - artistic intent, is the why of the video. The message, that's interesting and maybe like all "good" art, it's left open to the
The first thing I thought of was "Animal Farm" by Orwell, but that's MY most relevant point of reference.
Could be a comment on Swine/Avian flu, could be a pro/anti-Muslim effort, could be any number of things. I'd be very interested if we could get
comment from the guy that made it, especially on the subliminals, which seem to have been specifically selected - d'uh, how could they be otherwise?
But, there does seem to be a message they're conveying.
As a guess, I'd say the Sesame St use was more because the Gervais/Elmo skit is a "cool" pop culture reference and worked well as an audio
MopusVindictus - great work, I'd be deeply interested if you started another thread on this and would maybe (time permitting) look into subliminals
in other youtube videos...
As far as my opinion goes, cool song, vocal loop got a little annoying, but the backing music was good and I found the imagery interesting - although
the Sesame St stuff was a little too obvious as a reference for juxtaposing something fond and familiar with something having darker connotations, but
that's where the horror lies, by subverting something comfortable and familiar - it's how good horror can work and is going to get the artist a more
profound impact/recognition etc - I've seen better work IMO.
Here's something freaky
Edit to add: In no way is this meant as disparaging, but on repeated viewing... with some of the faces he pulls does Gervais look a little piggy?
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