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Salad Fingers explores his cupboard.
Hope you like it.
Salad Finger-licking Good
It's been ages since the last Salad episode but it was worth the wait. This episode is well done but I still feel that it lacks alot of the edginess that we saw in the first few. After having re-watched all the episodes - it finally dawned on me that the Salad Fingers series seems to be channeling the 1979 movie Eraserhead by John Lynch. Anyone who likes SF should definately get that movie. After watching it, watch SF again and you will understand both films better. . . because in heaven everything is fine.
I love the environnment in this series. I've mentioned this in a previous review but I have to say it again. It's an enigmaville, a bus-stop in acid town without all the cliches that those terms might invoke. The radio used in this episode echos something that's been happening in the SF series since about episode 5 or 6. It seems that Mr. Finger's world is slowly turning against him. Whereas he tended to be upbeat in a creepy way in the first few episodes, he is now haunted by a "the war" and often ends up in a sad state. I get the feeling that this "war" may be a parallel to the current Iraq war that has claimed the lives of British soldiers and the author may be expressing his discontent in this series by tormenting poor Salad Fingers with "the war" and talking radios that always have something bad to say.
I know I can relate and makes me wish I had a cupboard to explore.
The year's wait did not disappoint. The quality of animation has come on leaps and bounds, just making it all the more creepy!
I think that this cartoon woz a commentary on....SOCIETY, and...and.......the role of....MEDIA INFLUENCE on small children. I like the symbolism of your symbols. I believe I know about all the mechanisms in your establishment. You have to say that bit while hovering your hand about in front of one's face.
This cartoon is so deep. And creepy. Allow me to put together the unrelated events to try to figure out why Salad Fingers and the world he lives in exist. No. Wait. That would defeat the sublime aspect of its deepness and creepiness, so I won't. The folks here can tell when a thesaurus isn't far from touch, so I never use one.
A Foolish Choice!
Such a gamble to release such an anticipated title on an already incredible holiday such as Madness Day... Nevertheless, you must make it. For the Rusty Spoons!
Another great addition to the series. I love to watch this guy talk to inanimate objects.
The return of Dr. Bees!
Goling about and preventing things.
He was working in a whip shop in Flushing, Queens...
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