Lee Hardcastle (born 21 January 1985) is a British animator who specialises in stop-motion techniques. He is famous for his handmade independent animations. His work includes original remakes of emblematic 1980s action and horror films, as well as parodies of animated series and video clips. His work is known for its violent and gory content.
Movies & TV shows
Hamster Hell 2
A hip guy and girl know how to make some coin using social media and youtube. Support your favourite clay creator and consider buying a collectable numbered and limited, Hamster Hell Plush
Drug Bust Doody
Rookie cop Leon in a drug bust gone wrong... Bloody wrong!
The ABCs of Death
An ambitious anthology film featuring segments directed by over two dozen of the world's leading talents in contemporary genre film. The film is based on children's books. The directors were given the...
Two kids go hunting for ghosts to help their dad run a burger cafe. An epic sequel to Hardcastle's "T is For Toilet" segment of the horror anthology film "The ABCs of Death", it takes place 12 years a...
Postman Pat's Pet Sematary
You've never seen a Postman Pat adventure like this before. When he flattens his cat, what does he do?
Short film claymation by Lee Hardcastle. About a farm of worms.
John Carpenter's The Thing as performed by the claymated, Antarctic cast of the hit children's animation Pingu.
Chainsaw Maid 3
The little girl from the previous two films is now all grown up, but she's not rid of the zombies yet...
An Alien Claymation
A Father gets more than he bargained for when he invites Alien visitors into his home.
Claycat's The Raid
Action film THE RAID retold with claymation cats.
An eight chapter tale of two hamsters secretly kept under a boy's bed.
Robo with a Shotgun
Claymation parody of the fake trailer went on to win the SXSW/Robert Rodriguez Grindhouse Trailer contest. And then eventually adapted into a feature film.
Claycat's Hitman Absolution
The attack of The Saints from the latest Hitman game, retold with claymation cats.
Claycat's The Thing
Lee Hardcastle originally made this short film under the title "Pingu's THE THING", but was forced to take it down by Hit Entertainment, who own the Pingu brand. So he remade it with claymation cats.
Claycat's Evil Dead II
Sam Raimi's goofy horror masterpiece retold with claymation cats.