anonymous asked:

I feel like Springtrap, Egg, and Ennards Vegas night would end with them driving away from a forest at night with looks of regret on their face and shovels in the back of the car.

I don’t think there’s forests near Vegas. Just a lot of desert. Which I’ve been told is also an ideal spot to bury a body, so no worries.

Ennard: “Dad, how come everywhere you go someone dies or gets sued?!”

Springtrap: “It’s in my nature, sweetie, can we please drop this?!”

anonymous asked:

Why leave the Bite kid out of the family reunion ?

Look, they have the Fredbear animatronic that he may or may not be possessing in the trunk, but he ain’t moving, so we’re pretty sure his soul passed on. And the brother in the Foxy mask went to live with his mom in ‘84 and they haven’t seen him since, so we just got these three, and only two of them are happy about it.


This video reel makes me wonder how often really spectacular practical effects have been misidentified as “shitty cg” by people who like to cry about anything that doesn’t look like Harryhausen Dynamation.

Because I’m very sure I’ve heard those sort of comments directed towards a lot of the creatures showcased here when they appeared in their respective films.


Fucking animatronics.

I just wanted to show people who aren’t too familiar with these things that FNAF was actually pretty on point with the setting and the endoskeletons for the animatronics. Creepy heads laying around and all. This is all Rock-afire Explosion (unsure about the second to last image, but pretty sure). 

If you think these things look creepy online or in-game, you obviously haven’t felt the terror of watching one in person. Don’t go out of your way for that experience, holy shit.