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  • Fantastic Mr. Fox
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  • Swiss Army Man
  • Call Me by Your Name

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Recent reviews

  • Anti-Cinema


    Didn’t think I’d have to review this again, but thanks to YouTube taking this one down for “violating terms of service” when there is nothing in what would probably be a PG-rated film by a group of teenagers that even comes close to that. So yea, I had to reupload it and I thought I’d inform y’all of that. Thanks to all who have shown this one such support and I can’t wait to show you what else I have in store.

    The link, once more:



    So this is a film by a mutual of mine Christian! He sent me this a while back and I honestly forgot about it for a while until I saw the old email and remembered how it had peaked my interest.

    Overall, I think I liked it?

    I think the main issues I have with it are more all encompassing, like the notion that I didn’t really connect to these characters or their struggles at all. It’s not that you’re…

Popular reviews

  • Nobody


    I just found out today that frequent Letterboxd user and the director of this film Eli Hayes has just passed away. I don’t really know what’s true and what isn’t right now, but what I do know is that from the few times I talked to Eli, I found that he was an incredibly generous and compassionate person, to the point where he watched both of my short films I have listed on here. In fact, only two days ago…

  • Wishing Apple

    Wishing Apple

    I’m not joking around when I say that I think Jack Stauber is at a level of creativity I don’t think any other human being can achieve. I honestly don’t even know how he’s physically capable of doing what he does.

    His animations that are literally compressed onto VHS.
    His music has incredibly experimental instrumentation, production, and vocals.
    His animations are comprised of live action, stop motion, 3D computer animation, and traditional animation.
    He has released three albums, one each…