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“The Doctor Is In” shirt based off the “You’re The Last of The Time Lords, Charlie Brown” comic is here!

It has been said that the eyes are the windows to the soul. But when you are talking about far-too-realistic CGI humans, it is the teeth that reveal the hollowness within. It is the mouth, the lips and the tongue that take your mind from pleasant delight to abject horror. Sure, you might want to take the Polar Express to Santa’s Village, but as soon as that conductor utters, “All aboard,” you realize it’s a one way train to nightmare junction. You want to make a successful CGI animated film with biologically accurate humans? I have one word for you: mutes. Everyone is a mute. Think of how amazing Tron: Legacy would have been had CGI Jeff Bridges just kept his terror-mouth shut. I mean… when he talked, that shit was just chilling – unsettling. Seeing these digital doplegoblins speak just sets you ill at ease. Like if an unfamiliar 80 year old wisp of a woman in a wheelchair suddenly grabs your wrist and hisses, “Can I touch your haaairrrrr? I used to have sssuch pretty haaairrrr.” That shit will stone cold turn your spine to ICE!

Thanks to Gordon for tweeting something that made me think of this comic.

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  1. I honestly think there is a huge, untapped wellspring of high-octane nightmare fuel in using these creepy living dolls as a source of horror. This style of CGI has been relegated to the animation ghetto where it's "just for kids". But imagine, if you dare, a Village of the Damned remake where the children are represented by these digital doppelgangers. Or an Invasion of the Body Snatchers, where once a person is replicated, they switch to CGI and look, just … not … quite … right.

    • Fucking brilliant!

      That idea has been gnawing at the back of my consciousness for a while, unsure whether to fully present itself or not, but it makes a Hell of a lot of sense. There's just something so creepy about the subtly off, using the Uncanny Valley for a horror film would be downright terrifying, probably too terrifying, in fact…

      Hollywood, make it so!

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