Tag: practical effects

Kevin Bacon Reprises His Best Roles For Commercial

March 3, 20140 Comments

Want to see a commercial starring Kevin Bacon, Kevin Bacon, Kevin Bacon and… Kevin Bacon? Of course you do! In this commercial for the UK mobile network EE, the actor slips back into the roles that made him famous in such films as Friday the 13th, A Few Good Men, Apollo 13 and Footloose. Wait […]

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Hilarious Trailer For Horror/Comedy “Bad Milo!”

July 30, 2013

Yahoo! uploaded the red band trailer for the horror/comedy BAD MILO!, directed by Jacob Vaughan. The picture will be released on all VOD platforms August 29th with a theatrical run beginning October 4. The film looks hilarious, gory, and incredibly fun. The practical creature effects also brings me back to 80’s monster movies. Synopsis: “The pic centers on a […]

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Composer John Williams Hired For New “Star Wars” Trilogy

July 28, 2013

In an interview at the Star Wars Celebration Europe 2013, producer Kathleen Kennedy confirmed that composer John Williams will return to score the J.J. Abrams directed Star Wars: Episode VII. Check out the video below where the infamous composer discusses composing in general, the Star Wars films, and his excitement to work with J.J. Abrams. In […]

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Like practical effects? Then help fund “Harbinger Down”

May 27, 2013

Do you have a deep appreciation for practical effects more so than computer-generated effects? I know I sure do. Imagine how weak Steven Spielberg’s Jaws or John Carpenter’s The Thing would be if they were made today with CGI. Just take a look at 2011’s THE THING prequel. The producers of that film replaced most of the amazing practical […]

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Horror films with impressive practical effects. And some films that seem so real, you’ll think they were!

April 9, 2013

I was recently asked by somebody I know if there were any other films that had similar practical effects to the new EVIL DEAD.  If there’s one thing the new EVIL DEAD got right, it’s definitely its use of practical effects.  They’re violent and look pretty real except for some over the top moments.  The […]

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