Habit is a neat concept but boy howdy is he a lot of posturing and edgy violence! Still tho, gotta love the tunes of joker and beetleguise, more so beetleguise since i never bothered watching any batman series.
I, as surely many do, of course, find myself critiquing both Jeff's reactions and Habit's monologuing- not so much in a matter of acting, but more like "if I was in jeff's shoes" way. Of course it's purely hypothetical and honestly who the hell knows how anyone would react when put in such an awful situation, in comparison to considering it, but I'd at least like to think I'd play into it a bit.
In jeff's defense, he's been thru some shit and aint gotta lotta fight left in him- esp considering I'm p sure we saw him overdose previously? But not enough to die apparently.
Sidenote: I'm super disappointed that no where in this episode the song "another one bites the dust" was present. But then, copyrights and all that, I suppose.
Why do, when I see slender man in this series or in marble hornets, I just get the sense that he really doesn't give a fuck about what's going on. He's just there chilling in the background until someone messes everything up, and then he kills them. After that, he just stands in a corner and doesn't give a fuck about what's going on.
I agree with everyone that Evan is a fantastic actor, but I see another possibility besides HABIT being some insane raspy voiced (creature/thing). What if HABIT talked in a more, seductive way? Not in a sexual way but, manipulative, cunning, and sly. More calm and collected. I wonder how things would change?
I mean don't get me wrong I love habit in this but even more so I was so hoping to see Jeff finally snap after everything that happened and then murder habit then later we see a small clip of him carving a smile into his face XD therefore transforming him into Jeff the killer
what the fuck why didn't he fight him i would at least try to take his ass out and get the hell out and find a way out and he took it so calmly too that is the most creepy thing about it fuck Habit by the way
Man I know he's dead inside, but Crazy was barely holding that knife, and they put it right up there where he could have easily grabbed their hands. I mean seriously, I get it you're thinking 'What's the point' but come on fight him a little, grab at the knife hell grab and pull out a chunk of hair, anything that he does to you for the fight for your life can't be any worse than what he'd do to you while torturing you. You'd probably die quicker from defence wounds than torture wounds.Or better you skewer the fucker yourself and than you can leave.
I have to say this series is really something else. When you actually connect with these characters, and then end up shaking and crying a bit from fear and the horror of Jeffs situation you know the actors are fucking amazing. I had to write a Monster story and HABIT was the first thing that came to mind. I can honestly say he's probably my biggest fear. He's so cruel and sadistic, it's amazing how realistic they made this.
Now imagine being in Jeffs situation. You've lost so many people. Your heart won't stop aching. you're just so endlessly tired. and then you get kidnapped by your friend, that has been possessed by a monster, and although you know he's not himself, it's still _his_ voice, _his_ face. it tears you apart but you mustn't show weakness. you must stay strong. and the pain of your world falling apart is far worse then the fear of dying.
To all the people that complain about how Habit is acted, say what you want about the performance, but at least it can be explained.
Habit isn't exactly human, so mortal behavior probably doesn't come naturally to him. Maybe he's trying to emulate human behavior and accidentally going way over-the-top in the process with his speech and body language. What's more, who's to say he isn't somewhat emulating movie characters? He has a bit of a fascination with music (everything from Sinatra to the Muppets), and he puts together his vids with the flare of an art house filmmaker; considering all that pop culture influence, I wouldn't put it past him to take subtle cues from his favorite movie characters when trying to act human. Everyone in the comments are always saying that he's basically the Joker mixed with Beetlejuice, so I would make a good amount of sense.
I love it. I love the idea of an evil entity trying to emulate human behavior and just coming off as a typical villain. Except, you know, they usually don't show bits of what the villain actually does to their victim.
The most impressive thing about this is the fact that Habit got, either slenderman or the rake to hold a freaking camera.
This is the first time I'm watching something like this, so it just seems a bit off character for me since I'm just used to reading about them.
it's an amateur webseries. what did you expect, classic theater acting??
this kind of series all have some camp. they kind of need it too, cuz from a viewer point of view, there is a fine line between an ARG and a snuff movie.
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