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Salad Fingers explores his cupboard.
Hope you like it.
an inside look to the mind of a psychopathe
sorry but a 9
i didn't like the new voice change it back in the next one and you should make a salad fingers movie but change back voices 5/5 9/10
Another good Salad Fingers adventure! This one, however is more, creepy, and dark than the other ones, and as I have brought up in other reviews of previous Salad Fingers, his voice, yet again changed this time he sounds like a depressed man who puts on a scene to make others belive he is happy, it's quite sad really, I love your work and I am looking foward to Salad Fingers 9, I also think I am starting to get the storyline of Salad Fingers, but everyone has already caught on, so I won't waste your time or mine writing it--- Deth reviews.
i felt scared and i also felt bad for salad fingers
Always love your work. and this of course, did not let down. i just love your style. to me it shares qualities of Wes Anderson and company, as well as qualities of bizarre art film. yet, it's so different, and unique. (and creepy/eerie as hell.) love every aspect of this series. from the characters, to the atmosphere and mise-en-Scene, to the music and sounds. it draws you in, and completely submerses you into this world, no matter how trained your suspension of disbelief is. definitely one of my personal favorites on NewGrounds. when i try to explain your style to my colleague film students. all i can usually say is "German Expressionist Surrealism...on acid. you gotta just see it, to get it."
An indirect Sequel to "The Artist" shows the life of the salaryman
Cornelius & Toots are back, and a Haunted House Ride seems a little spookier than usual!
this one isn't funny
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