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Samsung Revives The Lost Art Of Creepy Puppets For Its Galaxy Gear Ad

    October 1, 2013
    Zach Walton
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The Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear are now both out in the UK. You could certainly buy one or the other, but Samsung wants you to know that they work best when used together. That’s why it’s latest has nothing to do with that.

In its latest ad for the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear, Samsung has created what may be the most terrifying mobile device ad ever made. Of course, that will all depend on your tolerance of demonic puppets dancing to a bastardized version of the Eurythmic’s Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This).

While the above may be terrifying, it has nothing on Samsung’s recent ad for Iceland. That one had a man trying to use an apple as a phone while dancing with a goat and a team of female terrorists or something.

Despite Samsung’s efforts with the aforementioned ad, it still can’t dethrone HTC’s ad campaign starring Robert Downey Jr. It seems normal enough at first, but then things get really weird once the hipster troll carwash appears.

Look, the point is that mobile device ads are getting weird, and will probably get weirder down the road. I just hope that the next one doesn’t prey upon my fear of puppets.

[Image: SamsungMobile/YouTube]