Once again Dust Boot prove they cannot be beat when it comes to Art Direction/Production Design. Simply amazing creatures, especially the big creature, he was the highlight for me. I did get a bit bored (just a bit!) in the middle yet somehow confused too, but it came together brilliantly in the end. Loved the shock ending too, except my cousin now has to have a conversation with her girls aged 9, 7 and 5 years old to make sure there is no lasting harm to their delicate minds. 8 out of 10.
Great visuals and then even more great visuals on top of those!
funny and gross at same time, the sound and set was awesome and the puppets so believable.
High production values here! Overall the art direction and filming were top notch, felt a little let down by use of low brow humour. Crowd were roaring with laughter so maybe just didnt click with me. Obviously you are great with puppets and thats cool, but having seen them in previous years it is starting to lose its sheen.
Boring!!! Story is really slow and boring, but I love the way you use the puppets
Great art direction, was good fun to watch and characters were lovable!
Love Dustboot's use of puppets again. The forest was amazing, blew me away! Full marks to the art department. I get the message in this movie, very scary thought, good shock ending. Well done again guys!
Unfortunately I was disappointed with the puppets again. While their art direction is awesomely done, what is actually created within the 48hours? This is the third year I have seen them, and I would like to see some innovation next year.
I feel the ending was not that shocking, with the biggest shock was the script being unnecessarily vulgar from the start.
Beautiful physical and digital visuals. Love the new addition of the big life-size 'puppet'. Some scenes were somewhat crude, other than that, a delight.