Left In Town
"Uninteresting stuff, Bom Bom!"
Coming full circle. That's what they wanted. That's what they did. With the anarchic humor of Come On and the thoughtful dialogues of Showdown in Foggytown, FoDooG Films delivered the final installment in the Horse-Trilogy: LEFT IN TOWN
The story: Mr. Lennox awakes in a hospital. Uh? Was everything a dream? All this western stuff? And the horse? But only a short time and a chat with the other three guys on the continuing quest for insanity later, things turn out pretty chicken-infested. Dr. Villian is back, and he wants revenge. So, why not turn everyone on earth into chicken? Sure thing, Dr. Villian.
Like in Showdown in Foggytown, StevenKreg and Sleeves return in cameo roles, together with a lot of 'horses', that claim what they are.
A huge amount of work went into Left In Town. Knowing, that this was the hardest movie to make in compartion to Come On and Showdown In Foggytown, Frank Flanagan explored all new technical ways, the 'Stunts & Effects' package could deliver. Overlays and free camer movement. This movie HAD to beat Showdown in Foggytown AND Come On. Going out with a blow. And some critics said it did.
A thing that heavely helped Left In Town to recreate the mood and feeling of Come On was the getting back to random, anarchic plotsetting. Noone could foresee how a scene would end, how a question would be answered, a plothole solved.
Also, Frank Flanagan got into high gear with the original score. The original soundtrack to Left In Town made even the creator proud to the latest. "I love this pieces of music. I really wondered how well they fit together in the end and if you wanna know my favourite song in this movie... listen to the tune during the endcredits" said Frank Flanagan.
On the shadow side, FoDooG Films encountered heavy production problems, which made unsure, if they could be able to hold the release date. At all costs they wanted to prevail the sound-error that occured with Showdown in Foggytown. (And this cost was an RAM upgrade to 2GB)
While it marks the end of the Horse Trilogy by FoDooG Films, this movie also showed the highest comedian perfection (at least in the eyes of its creators), that could be achieved with the Horse. Shortly after the release of the movie, Frank Flanagan declared his departure from Horse-comedies... but never say never, say ever the same.
Release date: Jun. 25th 2006 Runtime: 18 Mins 20 Secs
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"Not so foggy, as I expected." Mr. Moondog, judging the jungle
"You know, who I am? I'm StevenKreg!!" StevenKreg
"Huch! No way!" Mr. Breaktaker
"The Transmogofu?" Mr. Moondog
"Transmofig?" Mr. Strathand
"Trasmofuck?" Mr. Breaktaker
"I was quite happy in the wild west!" Mr. Lennox
"He's right,... I have no hands!" "Well, why didn't anyone think about that?" The Horse and Mr. Strathand
"I'll take commands from a horse! How deep did I fall?" Mr. Lennox