By Ariana Bacle
October 22, 2014 at 08:37 PM EDT

Before Shia LaBeouf came under fire for plagiarism, before he was arrested during a performance of Cabaret, before he staged an elaborate exhibit that featured him wearing a paper bag on his head, Rob Cantor wrote a song about the actor that painted him as a violent creature of the forest. And now it’s a music video.

In “Shia LaBeouf,” a cannibalistic version of LaBeouf is following you. It’s a hilariously creepy and surprisingly catchy track that does a good job making a case against getting caught in the woods with, as they call him, “actual cannibal Shia LaBeouf.”

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Now, more than two years after the internet was first introduced to “Shia LaBeouf,” the song has its own video complete with elegant dancers and a full chorus… as well as shirtless men wearing perfect-for-Halloween Shia LaBeouf masks.

Make sure to stay until the end, when the man himself makes a surprise appearance.