MURDER DRONES - Episode 2: Heartbeat

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Published 2022-11-18

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  • @glitchprod
    AHHHHH Thank you so much for watching WE HOPE YOU LIKED IT!! Its honestly all because of you guys that this season could happen 💙
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    No pressure though!
  • Okay, I’m gonna be honest. That bit where the crime scene started disappearing actually sent chills down my spine. That’s terrifying
  • @WillieManga
    Notice how Absolute Solver is capable of both obvious holograms and almost lifelike ones? Its use of it is really clever. It sets the bar low with its crappy illusions that's easy to see through to lower Uzi's guard and then use some high quality ones to divert her.
  • @Petegrinder13
    Most shows that feature comedy and horror elements tend to overdo the comedy and dilute the horror or fall into overused tropes. This episode effortlessly threads the needle. Funny when it needs to be but creepy as hell. The bit where they fire the flare and you get that momentary glimpse of just how big this thing is was a wonderfully scary moment!
  • so lemme get this straight, the disassembly drones we are introduced to in the first episode used to be butler drones, and something happened to them or they were repurposed to be the drones we see now? thats how i see it at least, cant wait to see the rest of the story unfold

    side note, anyone else notice how, despite episode 1 establishing that they repair themselves via weird liquid metal, this weird creature that one of the drones became is probably a result of TOO MUCH damage, even developing weird fleshy bits like ribs, flesh, and a human looking hand
  • @mikewapowski
    I only just started watching this show yesterday and there are some things I wanna point. (Mostly revolving around my opinion)
    1. I still hate V, but the way she felt bad for N & didn't try to escape really hits different.
    2. N is definitely my favorite character. I love how much he cars about Uzi and tries to defend her. While also being a very nice, adorable, and very wholesome person.
    3. I like how we got to see Thad more. The fact that he returned to Uzi and N to help out really makes him pretty cool. Also because he's a really likeable person.
    4. I wonder what we're gonna see next after Uzi and that other girl with the drone eye which people said could be some sort of telekinesis.
    I really love this series overall and I hope there's more episodes to come!
  • I like how they work with different forms of horror. The spire of corpses was good body horror (I think), and this one appeared more focused on psychological horror. I’m also liking how they put more focus on the horror aspect, since Liam does scary things expertly well.
  • @oran93fox47
    I love how forgiving everyone is to N. Its nice to see everyone treating him correctly.
  • Honestly N is giving me tender big brother vibes. You can really see how much he cares for people! Also the visuals are astounding!
  • Normally I don’t call out or do stuff like this but through 2:55 - 3:09 (mostly 3:07) you can see what’s a slight sign of jealousy or whatever from V when N pats Uzi. Makes me feel more hype for this show with the potential “relationship conflicts” between the characters.
    (Hell it would be insane if V ended up turning into some sort of yandere in the future)
  • @mak993
    It's terrifying. To suffer first from a threat from the outside and then, if I understand correctly, from one's own system, and in such a twisted, dark and frightening way is scary even as an idea. But GLITCH turned it into reality. Honestly, I really wasn't expecting a sequel to Murder Drones but this series greatly fuels interest and raises a lot of questions
  • @deedeen9987
    I have a theory. Uzi is a Security/Murder Drone, The humans didn’t just create worker drones but security drones to make sure their was no robot uprisings. One of which was, well Uzi. But when the planet core collapsed. Uzis Memory got wiped. This explains why Uzi has such hostility toward the worker drones and her weird symbol on her eye
  • The Bio-Mechanical horror in this is Phenomenal . Really has Liam SHINING through !
  • @smtoonhindi1276
    Love how N's dream (and his waking posture) further ties into the idea that the disassembly drones are robo-vampires. I remember someone who worked on this series said something along the lines of "the more we learn about the murder drones, the more disgusted we'll be with the people who sent them."
  • The entire episode was
    A. Funny on the perfect level
    Or B. The perfect mix of Menacing, scary, etc. depending on the mood.
    The episode was extremely entertaining and made me super exited to see what’s next. Great work as always guys!
  • It's so interesting that in N's dream/flashback they were all worker drones. Makes me think JC Jenson made them into murder drones and changed their personalities to make them like killing (For example: V acting way nicer in the flashback)
    I love this show so much! I can't wait to see more :D
  • @nunharry4555
    Респект авторам за русского дрона. На озвучку позвали походу реально русско говорящую девушку, потому что никакого акцента я не заметила. Потрясающее дополнение~❤
  • The real accomplishment wasnt him getting over the mountain, it was him getting nominated for an Emmy. So incredibly proud of you Mark, youre an icon for us small creators to show where we can all go if we just keep trying. Thank you for everything and I hope you get that award you so deserve! :) =3:)
  • The way that solver says "Goodbye dad" really got me. Everyone did such a good job with this second episode. I'm super impressed!
  • This episode set the terrifying precedent that anything at any time could be fake. On top of that, it will either be incredibly obvious or practically impossible to tell apart from reality.