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A Must Buy for all HTF Fans

I am a hardcore fan of Happy Tree Friends, so I enjoyed this video immensely. I also happen to like Fall Out Boy to a certain extent. To all the naysayer’s who will give this video one star and comment with things like “This was too violent” or “OMG that’s terrible” please understand that by agreeing to allow one of their videos to be animated by Happy Tree Friends, Fall Out Boy basically agreed to let them be as violent as they wanted. In my opinion, compared to many episodes this was not very violent. It is my hope that this outstanding video will be accepted mainstream with open arms and allow Happy Tree Friends to gain some publicity. I’ll try to review the video without spoiling it for those who read the reviews before watching the video. It is very fitting that this was released online right before Valentines day. It is very CuddlesXGiggles oriented and in my opinion, just plain cute. There are many visual gags that make it humorous and fun to watch. The animators did an excellent job of syncing the video with the song; especially take notice the deaths and the Whoa-oh of the chorus. The song is catchy and actually on of my favorites on the album. All synced wonderfully. The video does justice to the song and I don’t think they could have made another video that works as wonderfully with the song as this. The animation, done by FatKat studios in Canada is smooth and very professional. The deaths were funny and vital to the story (I sort of feel sorry for Toothy!). The Fall Out Boy members drawn HTF style was a nice touch with laugh out loud results. The ending is not unexpected, but sweet nonetheless. I have been waiting for iTunes to get this for some time now, so I am extremely happy to see it here. I think it is well worth the money and I’d strongly recommend it to anyone. If you have a problem with the violence, maybe you should have saved the money that you spent on this video and bought yourself a sense of humor. Because its funny. Its not cruel, the animals aren’t real. There’s no need to alert PETA for animal cruelty, because the Happy Tree Friends exist only to entertain the masses. And its no more violent than some of the stuff Spongebob does, Happy Tree Friends just adds blood. Do not condemn the violence, because that’s basically what Happy Tree Friends is all about. Five stars all the way with two big thumbs up. Download and enjoy. ;)

awesome...but not for kids

its kinda wrong...bloody....but it has a great message at the end....and i enjoyed watching it.....just don't let kids see it if you dont' want them to need a shrink

Ewww! Don't Buy! Happy tree friends, unhappy? And dead?

This video was great at the start, but than it got all gross, blood was everywhere, people's eyes got stuck in doors and got huge and swollen, and it was super-explicit (very innapropriate). The two friends ended up kissing (finally), in the end, with a knife through them, dead. People in this die too much. They are called happy tree friends and are a gross sight. EWWWW! I'm glad I didn't buy this.


Formed: 2001 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fall Out Boy rose to the forefront of emo pop in the mid-2000s, selling more than four million albums thanks to the band's tabloid-grabbing bassist, able-voiced frontman, and handful of Top 40 hits. The group's four members first came together in Wilmette, a bedroom community 14 miles north of Chicago, around 2001. Vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump, bassist/lyricist Pete Wentz, drummer Andrew Hurley, and guitarist Joe Trohman had all taken part in various bands connected to Chicago's underground hardcore...
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