Reviewer: ashon13 (Signed)
24/02/09 01:21 AM · On:
So this is the end?...Aww, it could have gone for SO much longer! I might be air-headed here or something, but does that mean that the shadows came out of his dream with him? What happened to the 13 foot baby, and the witch, and Chi, and Lin, and, and...oh well, it was a REALLY good story though still, very nice job, there were some parts that were so good I had to reread it over and over cuz it kept giving me chills. ;D
Confused eh? Thank you so much for the review. Yes I am afraid this is the end. This story was starting to weird me out as well and I felt I needed to wrap it up. But if it weirded you out I've reached my goal. It was a tricky story to fuse with Supernatural so I'm glad to hear I've been successful... Sorta' successful :)
Thanks for the review, made me smile :D
Hugs, Andi :D
Reviewer: Primrose (Signed)
23/02/09 02:29 PM · On:
I decided to wait and read it all at once to get the big picture rather than continue piece by piece. I really liked what was going on in real life while Sam was off in the spirit world. The drama in the hospital made it more intense, and the scene when Sam started waking up was great. You managed to capture the weirdness of the Spirit world, and made it feel very much like a surreal trip down the rabbit hole. I'm sorry that the other kids died. I wish that Sam could have found a way to save them.
I think that Spirited Away is a very difficult thing to try a crossover with. Miyazaki's imagery is so strange, and his blend of Japanese folklore and just his own weird made up folklore sometimes make it hard to relate to. I think that you managed to do a good job of it. There may have been a few awkward spots, but you were true to both worlds, and made a good story out of it at the same time. Good job!
Thanks for the faithful reivews :)
I knew this would be weird at best. There were a few awkward moments where I was less successful with the blending of the two stories. But the movie stuck with me and so did the story. I started out intending to make it a one shot, and in heindsight I should've probably stuck to that notion. Think it would've made for a better story as one shot. Thanks for the reviews. :)
Reviewer: Primrose (Signed)
19/01/09 05:22 PM · On:
Frogs Are Good For Luck
YuBaba and her bathhouse? This sounds like Spirited Away! I'm a big fan of the movie if it is. It will be interesting to see where this goes and what you'll do with it. Keep up the good work!
Thank you so much for reviewing :) I have a fan! YAY!
No, but seriously, yes. I think we're thinking about the same movie and I loved it too. The title for it in my native tongue is translated to Chihiro and the Witches, but I don't know if it's translated differently in other languages? I was completely shocked by the movie. It had me going "What the fuck?!" over and over. Seriously creeped me out so much and I became so inspired by it. It just set off tons of ideas and I decided I might as well try to act on some of them. To be honest I didn't expect a whole lotta reviews, if any, for this one. I know that the reviews for crossovers are slim to say the least. I don't think a lot of us really read them because they figure this site should be solely for Supernatural. But somtimes something about a certain movie or book just sticks :)
So when I say thank you for the review you can be sure I really really mean it :D Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy the rest of the story.
Got curious after I read (and answered) your review. I checked it out. You were right. The movie is titled Spirited Away in english. Fixed it and hopefully I won't confuse people as much now :D.. Oh who am I kidding??