• His latest Cinemassacre 300 offering, "The Dragon in My Dreams." really delves into the psyche of James Rolfe as a person who's chasing his own "dragon", so to speak. It shows what inspired him to be a filmmaker in the first place, and it's an emotional, tear-jerking short that somehow makes up for all the negativity that his Fan Dumb and Broken Base are causing lately.
    • Wow. I didn't even flinch at Bambi's mom's death, and that made me cry. Wow.
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