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Sock Episode 3

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Part 3 of my experimental "Sock" series. Once again it's based on my dreams. It's full title is "10 Different Types Of Soup". You may find it confusing, but then dreams ARE confusing.


reeeeeally good

this is one of my favourites of your stuff. Very creepy. I have watched this so many times now, it's excellent. The voices are great. Are you using the old twin peaks trick with any of the voices? Loved it anyway.

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an idea

what if u made a 2nd one focused on the girl that got it in the head. leads all the way up to her death and the weird guy asking the boy about his dad.

just a thought, might be fun.

or even a sequel after the forest part. like he mindlessly searches for the hammer. idk lol. great work, always a fave artist.

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I don't wish to sound like an artsy-fartsy person, but I must say that this is a brilliant piece of work. It very much captures the surreal and horrific nature of dreams, though I'd consider this sort of a dream borderline-nightmare.
This was certainly more frightening and unsettling than modern horror films, though I don't think you were specifically going for that. Anyway, keep up the excellent work.

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oh u neeed help real help

Never cease to intrigue.

There's something interesting that I've noticed in all your submissions and thats the diction that you use in them. I can't quite put my finger on it but your movies sound similar by that I mean the way the characters talk and it seems you make no effort to change it, In saying that its not bad it just adds distinctive shape to your style and gives you the right to set the bar for any young up starts wanting to base themselves around you. Good Work on all your movies, good luck for any future projects. 10/10

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4.26 / 5.00

Oct 1, 2005
1:14 PM EDT