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Oct 10, 2004 | 10:33 AM EDT
  • Daily Feature October 11, 2004

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Hello again. I'm still here.

This one's a prequel to Spoilsbury Toast Boy and I guess it should make the first one (actually the last one) more understandable. This series goes in reverse order (a bit like Memento)and I've subtitled some parts as some of the voices are a bit hard to understand. I hope you like it.

Reviews


filmgirlfilmgirl

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 25, 2005

Sheer Brilliance!

I love watching your stuff...it's all very David Lynch-esque (Eraserhead-like.) I am a filmmaker and I can tell you that you have amazing ideas that would translate so well to the big screen. Keep up the awesome work and I look forward to seeing more of your stuff.



the-swarm-has-comethe-swarm-has-come

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 18, 2005

fked up to the max

jus the way i like it. very nice work here, like the rest of your stuff. the redredred thing was when the camara zoomed to toast boys own twisted mind and psyche.



Tw1stidMyndTw1stidMynd

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 11, 2004

Stranger and stranger

Wow. Another great flash production, and another very much entertaining, yet freakishly good piece of work. Hope to see more spolisbury toast boy soon :)



LordLothlorienLordLothlorien

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 24, 2006

The Saga Continues Backwards...

In a strange twist, Firth moves us backwards in the story of the Spoilsbury Toastboy, giving viewers an explanation of the first installment. Which is very well, since there was much information lacking to make a comprehensive judgement of what the story is about.

As we continue into the series, the seedy characters of the Beetles develop. The presence of beetles is everywhere - infesting the walls, the outdoors, and even Toastboy's grandmother - with larger clothed beetles seemingly orchestrating Toastboy's delusion. It is a disturbing foreshadow of what is to come in the 3rd installment (or "-2").

The graphics and style are of high quality, as good as Firth's previous works, and create a world of dystopian nightmare, like a twisted Dr. Seuss book (perhaps Salad Fingers dwells within the same realm?). Once again, ambience plays an important role in setting the mood, along with the voice acting, which out of context sounds like background ambience itself, requiring subtitles. Simply put, it is as disturbing as it is creative.


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UltraSheriffUltraSheriff

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 23, 2005

You are a fucking genius

Words cannot describe how sick, twisted, original and funny this is! I am pushing this one on all my friends, keep it up!!