Today is a very special day for Zelda fans as we continue to embark on a long quest to increase the lifespan of our most beloved series, a few fans have decided they would take it upon themselves to create this wonderfully beautiful, aesthetically pleasing and horrifying experience of Skull Kid’s Origin story in the video above we highly recommend you check it out and share your support to this channel on YouTube. Here is the story of the short film above:
And a few words from the Creators of the short film, which I personally felt that it was much appreciated for all of their hard work into piecing this together for all of us Zelda fans to enjoy.
A tribute to the legendary game, this short showcases Skull Kid’s dark origin story. Our take on how the Zelda Universe could be realized in film. A labor of love for all those involved, this is a gift to the fans.EmberLab
What really stands out to me, being an enormous Zelda fan and I’m not talking about “Little ass Zelda Fan” I’m talking like I have a few display cases keeping of all the collection secure and dust free so I can pass it down to my children, kind of fan, but what I really loved was that the creators focused the story on the skull kid, they pieced together detail that brought the paths together between the Happy Mask Salesmen and the imp. I absolutely loved the visuals as should anyone who watched this film, I highly recommend you watching it in 4K because the quality, contrast of colors are outstanding and it brought about the vividness of the Zelda series as a whole especially with a dark film such as this. This film representing much more, than just a mask being stolen and giving power to an individual, it represented loneliness, anguish, pain and suffering the Skull Kid had felt, after meeting his fairy friends he was having more fun and felt he had people to look for, but deep inside there was still a pain that resided within him, and that was the loss of his previous friends I am not going to spoil the ending of Majora’s Mask because that is where you will find out about what really happen to the Skull Kid and his reason for revenge. The sound, the landscape the overall appearance of everything fit in so well, and it was worth it to sit for the 4 minutes watching it, every moment was special.
This has been a Zelda Post and I’ve been a Ginto. I’m out!
Last modified: November 22, 2016