...so, what did you guys think?
Well I'd say it's pretty damn good. While it's a bit disappointing that a full version of the plot wasn't made, but this suffices quite well with the opening background, "The Cradle under the stars" Speech and the 'deafening' climax.
Something I neglected to mention in the brainstorming, but was most likely something well received about Clock Tower was the score by Ryuichi Sakamoto. Sakamoto basically took the original game's music and beefed it up, helping the chilling atmosphere.
Unfortunately, it seemed that Human had actually folded in OTL before the movie's release and even with the TTL overseas success of the first two Clock Tower games on the SNES-CD and PS1, the mixed reception of Clock Tower 3: The Struggle Within and failure to restructure meant selling off to Capcom, who had been in a bit of a buying spree at the time. Capcom probably allowed the movie since they were wanting to gauge interest in the franchise while working on Clock Tower 4.
Shame that it can't be saved, but it'll be 'fascinating' what TTL's Clock Tower 3/4 will be since we've likely killed most of the original idea. Also not shocked at how Struggle Within/Ghost Head is received, absolute pain in the ass that doesn't exploits it's interesting concepts (Which maybe we can retool into a film to vent out about it)