VFX Artists React to Bad & Great HALLOWEEN CGi

Publicēšanas datums 31 okt 2020
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komentāri

  • Flamethrowers are always a great idea.

  • Niko's that knight that said "get back here |Criminal Scum!"

  • dude i lost my shit when he said peasant killing

  • I always love seeing the ''prison'' scene in Cabin in the Woods, the fact that the people behind that movie put SCP 173 in it just shows the respect they have for horror that they'd feel a semi-unknown monster would fit well in their scene.

  • Please React to EQUILIBRIUM (2002)

  • I got mad when you old me that the 2011 thing was supposed to be practical and there reason for changing it was that it looked too much like an 80's movie.

  • The dislikes are 666 lol

  • 666 dislikes perfect

  • "CGI is a fancy cartoon" thanks Corridor

  • I like the thing and I am 11 years old

  • I'm watching this thing 11:37 while eating my dinner wtf, well ham taste good when you watch this at the same time.

  • hey wheres The Grudge 2020

  • clint looks like neil cicierga.

  • They pretty much did all the effects for thing 2011 practically but the studio basicly told them to paint them over with cgi.. You can see plenty of models and puppets in the behind the scenes.. (the movie itself was never gonna be a classic but it could have looked a million times better)

  • I thought Clint was The Postal Dude

  • Have you guys done Final Fantasy, Spirits Within?

  • What is your guys opinion on 1999 Tim Burton’s SLEEPY HOLLOW.?

  • I myself prefer practical effects especially in horror films to help give it a more real feeling.

  • I bet they spent more on marketing than the movie

  • You could just said that the "Cabin In the Woods" is basically an SCP Foundation movie ripoff.

  • I think in the thing when he puts his hands in the stomach or chest that they used stopmotion cause it kinda looks like dat

  • To this day I unplug my tv and turn it to face the wall every night because of The Ring. Nightmare fuel.

  • Y’all should do a whole episode on transformers. I don’t think I’ve ever seen CGI like transformers

  • Paranormal Activity made 194 million at the box office. Not 890 million lmao still a good profit though.

  • I feel bad for everyone who worked on The Thing and had to wait years for people to realise how good a movie it is/was.

  • Audience reacting to The Thing: 😱😱😨😨😰😰😰😰🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮 Visual/practical/special effects artists/Corridor reacting to the thing: Dude, that looks incredible! Edit: 15:38 forget about doing “new” things producers!!! JUST GO OLD-SCHOOL!!!!

  • The SPFX of The Thing (1982) can STILL hold up today almost 40 years later and is better than a majority of SPFX in movies in the past 5 years.

  • react to Ratatoing

  • When they pointed out Left4Dead I got a big smile on my face

  • The ring, hmm I pleaded my mom to watch the movie, to save me 😂 I thought i would have died within 7 days after watching the movie

  • please react to Michael Jackson's shrot film Ghosts. In fact, many of his clips contains ahead of its time VFX (remember the time, black or white, earth song, scream...)

  • Just a question: that thing at 2:53, is that an effect and in case it's not, what the hell is it?

  • Honestly both The Thing movies are equal to me. They are both done so well and the first one that was made looked so practical and great, and the CGI one has such great effects done to it. The blood and the creature itself looked great so both in my opinion

  • I'm hoping to see WonderWoman 1984 VFX reaction next year or so

  • Niko is John Darksouls, you're welcome

  • Watched Ringu, the japanese original, on a bootlegged vhs and it scared he shit out of me and my friends. The tv-scene broke our brains

  • I fucking love practical effects but there is definitely a time and place for cgi. And some things are just better with cgi without a doubt, but stuff like explosions i personally think is almost always better when they're done for real

  • Xdd

  • I feel like when a monster is prosthetic you know it’s real, and even though you know it can’t hurt you, the fact that’s it’s real gives you that fear

  • Fun fact about Blair witch: There’s a scene when they’re running away and she screams “What is that?!”, the camera man forgot to pan to the actor chasing them to their left and they just never redid it.

    • Weren’t there no camera men tho. I read that she reacted to a dude in the distance wearing longjohns.

  • Dude I’ve been playing Extraction point, passed the point where Alma kills the Replicas in the train tunnel, and I never caught that F.E.A.R reference in “Cabin in the Woods”. Mind is blown.

  • I must admit when I first saw the defibrillator scene on LVcd without any context I burst into laughter how silly and fake it look. After some research I started to appreciate that scene, film and practical effects in that film but it still looks fake to me. I like when the monster looks real and it can be done full practically, full CGI or mixed I don't care. For example practical xenomorph from Alien 1979 looks great, but CGI xenomorphs from Alien:Covenant also looks amazing (although it is one of my least favourite Alien movies), while some practical effects from Alien 3 look like very cheap CGI and I mean very cheap.

  • When will Corridor actually work on a feature film and let other VFX artists react? Lol

  • The Thing "remake" was a Prequal. If it wasn't said already. ;-) But Itotally agree some or more practical effects would have sold it even more! But being an 80s kid. I still like both!

  • i like how they put a violence and gore warning AFTER they show a guys arms being torn apart

  • So many ads... 🙄

  • the problem is when CG is at its best you dont notice it so when you're thinking about CGI most people are thinking about when you remember it or have noticed it... which is usually the bad times

  • Practical effects aren't automatically better than CG but it is way easier to get right because there are an almost infinite number of variables to take into account and with CG you have to do that all yourself which is insane! The physical nature of practical effects helps so much more than most people will even notice at the time.

  • Studio: makes an unnecessary prequel to an 80s movie aimed at the people who like the 80s movie Also studio: target audience won't like it if it looks like an 80s movie

  • Well... something happened to my original comment... I am not sure what... it just kinda disappeared on me... I probably hit enter on accident... Did you ever notice that The Thing from 2011 doesn't only have many nods to the 82 film but is actually a prequel. If you watch the ending scene to the 2011 film, it mirrors the opening scene to the 81 film. Not to mention if you watch the 82 film you realize that the dog comes from a Norwegian base. The 2011 film takes place in a Norwegian base. This helps explain why there are different characters, and the different size in the alien ship. If you pay close attention to the 82 film, the ship he destroys is a collection of scrap parts the alien is trying to use to build an escape ship. I didn't care for the 2011 film as much as the original, it looked too fake for a movie made with obviously tons of money thrown into the effects. But once I seen the closing scene and the dog being chased by the helicopter, it clicked. I still didn't love it as much as the John Carpenter film, but I did respect the changes in the story a lot more, since they weren't actually changes. The fact they could keep that one detail so close to the original, tied them together and made it worth it.

  • If they made the girl break her foot (In movie) then they could have made her wear shorts and just attach the strings to a cast on her foot and pull her that way just saying yknow

  • Can you guys do an episode all about practícale Vfx?

  • The amount of ads are starting to make me not want to keep watching which is annoying because I love the content

  • Clint wants to be a samurai so bad, top knot and all. Cough * poser

  • Glad to see you love John Carpenter's 'The Thing' as much as we do! It's a practical effects masterpiece! So much so that we're going through and recreating effects from it in our Practical FX tutorial videos!

  • “What are you Niko?” “Um.............”

    • A knight of very few words

  • Wren: “If you don’t subscribe, I’ll rip your arms off!” Me: *checks to make sure that I’m subscribed*

  • The ring my all the me Feb . ..👌👌from🇮🇳

  • The girl:crawls out of TV The man:wait i got a call The girl waits 2 hours to realize he ran

  • please do watch 'Kannada' language movie named "KGF " and react to it.I need your opinion, please ......

  • John carpenters one is tons better

  • John Carpenter's Thing will always be the best. Those puppets and effects still freak me out. When I saw the new version I didn't have the same visceral reaction. Now, if I'd never seen the 80s movie? Maybe the effects of the new one would have worked better for me.

  • The 2011 Thing is a prequel not a remake like everyone says it is.

  • You guys should get Eric Jacobus on stuntmen react! He worked for God of War but also does a lot of Tekken and Street Fighter IRL videos where he tries to actually perform moves from the games.

  • Paranormal activity had some big ass profit margins 😂

  • So nobody is gonna talk about 7:29 ????alr 😗

  • Paranormal Activity had a completely different ending from that when I saw it.. is the UK/European version different or something?

  • I like both of The Thing movies. But yeah the first one was better then the second one. And not cause of the VFX. The VFX was fine but the story or script wasn't the best

  • Hey. Please watch the Russian film 28 Panfilovs

  • Brain:: it is night time.. WATCH THIS SCARY CLIPS! ME:: why? brain:: JUST DO IT!

  • Would like to hear u on the visual effects of WAR (a bollywood film)

  • I tried to take this video as scary I could but then it would just cut to Wren as "PhasmaToad" and I couldn't help but laugh

  • *cats*

  • john carpenter FOR LIFE

  • Check "Russian ciberpunk farm" please!!

  • They should make this video but a part two because this is probably my FaceTime watching it because it’s like so so so so so good and I wish they can make another parts to this video like if you agree👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽

  • Crazy fact: Rob Bottin was 22 when he did the thing special effects

  • Why doesn't the guy on the left just get a normal hair cut

  • Kinda sad you didnt compare the ring with the original or even mention the original

  • The original Thing effects were also helped by the way the movie was made. The 2011 movie made everyone and every Thing really stupid, which didn't help sell any of the effects. OK, done grinding my axe.

  • Paranormal acivity, that reminds me pf scary movie 5

  • Why don't you guys do district 9

  • That bit from the end of paranormal activity wasn't in the version I saw. Originally she walks back in with blood on her and sits still until cops arrive and they shoot her. I'm not sure how I even saw that version, but I was so confused when she turned up in the second film because I hadn't seen this ending where Mika gets thrown in to the camera 😂

  • Son una verga todos ustedes :D

  • You did The Thing!! Makes me so happy! ✨

  • One of my issues with fully cgi movies is when you have actor's interact with the sgi but how they look at it doesn't feel right, like their eyes aren't really focused on the parts that you know they would if it was a real physical thing in front of them

  • If you look close to the cabin would seem there’s actually 2 left for dead references do you have the boomer and near the start of the sequence you can see the witch crying on the floor in the background 2:22 on the left-hand side that’s where the witch is

  • Anyone watched movie "MAMA'. Must watch film. Its Diffrent

  • I like the original Thing more, but appreciate the remake, my 11 year old son prefers the remake but after I showed him the amount of work needed to make the practical effects, he appreciates the second. To me the first looks more real but to my son the remake looks more real, he said the original "looks fake". It is strange how the ubiquitous of CGI for over a generation may be have changing how some people view "real" in movies.

  • 11:03 I've watched this movie many times, but this is the first time that I ever noticed that the paddles actually generated a spark!

  • Practical effects is better for scary movies to deliver that horror element and CGI is better for that emerse fantasy

  • Sorry but no, practical is better than CG (generally speaking of course). By no means am I saying CG is always the inferior route, but It's been proven time and time again that practical looks better.

  • I'll be honest. A lot of the practical effects in the Thing just don't look realistic. They look good. Great props, but not particularly better than the CGI.

    • @Casey H I agree with you. Certain stages looked really good, and realistic. But like when the Thing is... I dunno what the stage is caleld, but when it's extended up to the ceiling and shrieking about, it looks quite bad and absolutely not realistic

    • Hmm I personally would agree but also disagree? I think the dog stage of the Thing itself looked pretty real. The body of the guy looked real, like I wasn't expecting his chest to open up. But I can see what you mean because once his chest opens up the teeth inside don't look real and you can tell the dude's arms aren't real when they get bit off. As for the 2011 version I the CG just felt so overused I didn't feel any real threat from the Thing, even though the CG was still decent. I realise you didn't ask for my opinion lol but there it is 😂 x

  • God I am reminded of the travesty of The Thing (2011). All of that beautiful practical effect... gone.

  • For me horror films or the sort are the best comedies, but then again, what do I know, I never watch commedies as, for me, are the most boring thigs ever..

  • If you go to time stamp 2:26 to the left box near the middle is the girls that said red rum in the shining

  • [Shows a guy getting his arms bitten off] "We're going to be showing some gore."

  • So “the cabin in the woods” is essentially an SCP movie

    • @The Buckmaster’s r/ihavereddit

    • @KJONE r/wooosh

    • @TimeIsUpYourParolesBegun YouKnowWhatDatMeans Nah, the closest thing to an scp movie is literally any SCP fan film.

    • @KJONE yes yes everyone knows that. we also know is that its the closest thing to an SCP movie. So yes, its basically an SCP movie regardless of intention.

    • Cool

  • Please do THUNDERBOLT FANTASY it combines Puppeteering and CGI

  • The guy behind is not working & watching you guys.