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Re: Paint evaporating nukes - apparently there was an advertising deal in the 1950's where paint suppliers used nuclear tests to show that nice well painted houses would be better at surviving a nuclear attack.
The ksp man is here
oh boy, dystopian nightmare capitalism. Mr. Bones, I want off this wild ride.
Id never think I’d see Scott Manley in a corridor video
So, at a guess, that paint was full of lead?
Would love to see you guys do a VFX reaction on Van Helsing and John Carter. Both massive movies that bombed epically. I don’t have any specific scenes in mind, but perhaps take a look at the creatures/monsters/aliens.
dude i love the van helsing movie yes do that thumbs this up
The Twin Peaks shot is incredible, the perfect use of Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima by Penderecki too.
I remember watching Nope and thinking these night shots look really good. It's probably day for night but it's good day for night lol
I would love to see an episode where they cover hardcore Henry it's an amazing film for all ages😂😂😂
It's a really fun film and I love to see someone else that likes it.Though it's less in terms of digital effects and more amazing cinematography.
Would love for you guys to take another look at ILM's de-aging stuff. They've got a de-aged Warwick Davis in the new Willow series, then there's the young Harrison Ford in the Indy trailer. Also would love for you to compare why sometimes it looks great and other times doesn't look as good (like de-aged Anakin in the Kenobi series)
I would love to see you guys do a VFX reaction on Shin Godzilla :D its such an awesome movie and the vfx were pretty awesome imo!!!
Great to see you guys do a video on NOPE. I worked on the film and wanted to point out that the long POV shot at 10:36 is fully CG. The infrared technique is described on the DigialMediaWorld and MPC websites (I linked to it in my original comment here but it was removed) so I recommend searching for it if you're curious about it. The technique was also incorporated on Ad Astra.
Almost feels like how the quest pro headset takes the color camera footage and applies it to the black and white passthrough footage in real time. …sorta.
Do pirates of the caribbean cursed of the black pearl! 2003 cgi quite impressive. Maybe even contrast it with reacting to dead men tell no tales with it's questionable cg
Consider covering War of the Worlds (1953) for it’s amazing practical and digital effects, furthermore it is based of the grandfather of modern sci fi
The best way to do day for night is to film on a totally overcast day, so there's no directionality to the environment lighting, and no sharp shadows on the ground. Of course you can then add lighting for your foreground to simulate moonlight. Obviously, it can be difficult waiting for the weather to be just right to get a totally overcast day, but if you want the environment to look right, that's what you want to do.
You really need to see the movie Troll, it’s Norwegian and are playing on Netflix. Really good CGI!
+1 from me! And you could at the same time take a look at the 2010 movie Troll Hunter (Trolljegeren) 😁
PLEASE cover Everything Everywhere All at Once, for what that film achieved with it’s visual effects with just a $25 million budget and a VFX team of 7 people absolutely blows my mind
I just watched that movie today and it's forsure a masterpiece
I really really hope they have been putting it off only because they are getting the Daniels or someone from the vfx team to guest star and do a full episode on it.
that movie has a special place in my heart
You guys should take a look at Season 1 Episode 14 of Manifest. Specifically around 6 min 20 sec into the episode. There is a very interesting CGI Wolf in that episode. Season 2 ep 3 also has a pretty bad CGI Gargoyle in it. Honestly some of the CGI in Manifest in general is pretty sketch. Great show, but they definitely didn't give them much of a CGI budget.
Some Old CG and Puppets that I would love you guys to react to, are those from the “Never Ending Story” movies.
Hi ! You should react to "Le visiteur du futur" CGI, because its one of the only french sci fi movies that are actually visually good
I really want them to review the Piano scene from the 1941 film "The Big Store"Something about the arms seems slightly off. I want to believe that it's real, but I have no idea and always suspect that they did some movie magic to comp in the arms playing piano
so I was rewatching some older movies I had watched in theaters...I'd recommend looking at the lighting in maleficent (2014) - currently 5 minutes in and I say the lighting people didn't get enough time, it stands out as... not what I remembered.
After 5 minutes - my b
There's a massive explosion of a tanker on a bridge involving a car chase at the end of the 1996 film, "The Long Kiss Goodnight." In fact, the sequence before the explosion is pretty boss, too. Helicopters, machine guns, great Samuel L. Jackson quotes. The explosion itself looks like really terrific model work, but it's also a Renny Harlin film, so it's a bit bombastic (no pun intended).
I'd love to see you all laugh at some of the early 2000's Doctor Who VFX and CG! I haven't watched the more recent ones and I hope the CG elements are better but those early ones are hilarious 😂
they were simple, but as a kid, even with complete understanding of how the effects were done, some of them could be very creepy. They really used that uncanny valley factor to good effect.
Please react to Wednesday. Most of the Thing shots look amazing, especially the opening to episode 4.
Hey, i love watching your videos and I have tried to give you some tip on topics. But now i really really have a Great one for you. Here in sweden on Netflix there is a Norwegian movie called Troll with absolutely amazing effects you will love to see. There is a supernatural creature, fire, explosions and more. Please have a look 😀👍
They could have shot nope on the shotover rig and gotten thermal info right off the sensor. That shit is tight. Fuck I love that movie though.Edit: the sequel is called Yarp.
Saw Nope in IMAX and sat a few rows closer than I'd usually prefer. Ended up adding so much to the experience because every time the characters were staring up at the sky, I'd have to raise my head and dart my gaze around the massive screen trying to get a glimpse too. Second favorite cinema experience of all time after Annihilation.
yeah for sure was a theater film
Exactly! Glad you had a similar experience.
@Felipe Carvalho I saw NOPE in Imax! Keep an eye out, sometimes cinemas will make a re-screening of certain films.
I really wish I could've seen both in a cinema...
Nope is one of my favorite movies of all time. Incredible picture, wish all three had seen it to comment further on the chimp and UFO scenes
That Twin Peaks episode is one of the most extraordinary hours of television ever aired, and I think you might want to watch all of it. For fire stunts/effects, check out Taylor Sheridan directing Angelina Jolie as a fire jumper in Those Who Wish Me Dead. Also check out Only the Brave, based on a true story and directed by Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy, Oblivion, Top Gun: Maverick). Josh Brolin plays a legendary firefighter who takes in an unruly protege played by Miles Teller and holy crap it's just Top Gun in a forest. Also check out the Spike Jonze video for the Wax song California, which is just a continuous slow mo shot of a guy on fire running next to a bus for 2:30.
The breakdown for Nope completely explains to me how they made these scenes feel so damn uncomfortable to watch. It's not like we haven't seen plenty of night scenes in movies before, but I never quite understood what made this one so different when watching it in the cinema. Would be hilarious though if they ended up scrapping a lot of it and it was just good artistry from the people in the BTS lmao
The walking dead spin off also has unburnt trees and plants there while she’s crispy lol
You guys are so much more accurate, when you're not worried about hurting your guests feeling.
and we learn so much more too
The nuke in Oppenheimer, the beautiful explosion in black and white, was supposedly NOT CGI! Christopher Nolan:"I think recreating the Trinity test [the first nuclear weapon detonation, in New Mexico] without the use of computer graphics was a huge challenge to take on,” Nolan said. “Andrew Jackson - my visual effects supervisor, I got him on board early on - was looking at how we could do a lot of the visual elements of the film practically, from representing quantum dynamics and quantum physics to the Trinity test itself"So how do you think it was made?Is he saying bullshit, or did you just assume expert cgi where there were none?
You guys should revisit the Harry Potter series. Seeing the evolution from maquettes + early jank cg to amazing effects with great composition is like a trip through cg history.
If there's one thing Nope has managed to do, create a level of excitement and terror both brilliantly mixed together, something Jordan Peele has often done in his works. Also, speaking of 1988's Akira, Em doing the iconic bike slide that Kaneda does in the movie isn't the only reference present to the movie. Jean Jacket's destruction mirrors that of Tetsuo, in the way they both expand and mutate, before exploding. But wait, there's more--according to Jordan Peele, the design of Jean Jacket was inspired by the mechs from Neon Genesis Evangelion. Time and again, Peele has turned down offers to direct a live-action adaptation of Akira.
You should react to the CGi in the first The Santa Clause, it's christmas :p
I wish you would look at the cg sequence on the bike in the Guy Pearce movie Lockout. It is incredibly terrible in the best way.
I have a recommendation for your animators react. Loving Vincent
Please do a review of Malayalam film Minnal Murali. Would love to know what you guys think about the graphics and creative aspects in the film.
They really know Jordan is the only person that could make us watch a shoe ad
The explosion in the Fifth Element - I believe it was the largest single indoor explosion in a film at the time. The whole thing looks gorgeous, and tells its part of the story perfectly.
@John DoDo Doe Mangalore sticky grenade explosion in Fhloston Paradise where Korben Dallas and Ruby Rhod took cover under a pool table.
Which of the explosions?
Please cover the stunts and effects from Spielberg's 1941.
The thing that struck me about that Walking Dead nuke scene is how once the shockwave reaches the charred body it doesn't even flinch.
she's also still moving slowly after being charred
@Jason Rhodes Nerd alert ahead:The time it takes for the shock wave to reach them is about 6 seconds which is about enough time for it to travel 1.2 miles. The size of the mushroom cloud tells us it is small and more of a 1 kiloton or smaller. You don't evaporate at that distance. The side facing the bomb would began to burn and melt destroying skin and muscle. You may have second or first degree burns from reflection on the other side but you won't be charred.
@Planet o' forts how would you know? They didn't give a distance.
@Jason Rhodes The body doesn't evaporate at this distance but it would kill you very quick and would catch you on fire.
I don't even think its a shockwave. It's a smoke wave.
But has anyone suggested the scene from How The Grinch Stole Christmas where that little trumpet player was inside the bell of the tuba lol
I just watched nope today so this is timely.
You guys should definitely talk about the pig in Slumberland.
I love the Twin Peaks Nuke scene. It seems to me the point is to show the absolute horror and destruction it creates on a particle level. It's not just blowing up, it's tearing up reality, ripping apart our dimension allowing 'others' to come through.
Once Nope has been out for a while longer, I would love to see them come back and talk about Jean Jacket.
@Odin Satanas I know it’s been out for a while. I just hope more behind the scenes stuff gets released. I would love to see the official anatomy of Jean Jacket. It’s such a cool concept.
Nope is one of the best Hollywood movies in years. Glad it get’s talked about.
It's been out for like 6 months, is out of theaters and is on streaming hahaha, we can talk about the alien freely, it's their fault.So stoked they finally watched the twin peaks nuke, it's so fucking rad
frrrr i thought it looked real asf
Agreed, I absolutely loved its design and the CG was awesome, the way it ripples in the "money shot"
I actually really enjoyed the ad section, it was so well done i'm gonna check out those vessi shoes right away.
That was one of the cutest and most wholesome ad segments I've ever seen.
You should react to the new Netflix movie "Troll". Lots of cool cgi-shots🤌
Agree on both! The 2010 movie has some good trolls also 😎
And the 2011 troll hunter
you guys should check out the show grimm, they do a lot of face morphing
I'm still pushing for anything from the movie Evolution
I really wasn’t expecting to see the Nuke from Twin Peaks Season 3 Episode 8 (literally the greatest episode of television ever created) but I am VERY happy to be surprised
I was always impressed with the nuclear bomb scene in the Twin Peaks sequel. I seem to remember exclaiming Wow! at the time. Maybe too early but I think the effects in Andor are the best I have ever seen in any show, movie or TV. Seamless, realistic and imaginative and surprisingly subtle.
Look at Brightburn. The glass in the eye or the truck being dropped!!
I remember when I watched Nope I was genuinely impressed with how good all the night time shots looked. I think their process worked for me.
You guys should check out Cabinet of Curiosities, there's some interesting effects in this show, from making paintings move, to lots of creature effects, some of which seem to be practical effects as well as CG. Even the intro is a lot of fun, it has an Amazing Stories/Night Gallery/Twilight Zone kind of a vibe.
would love for you guys to react to oats studios zygote
Did everyone sleep on back draft though? I'm not sure. Universal studios Hollywood had a backdraft ride/show/experience thing and it got really hot in there, that's when I learned that movies were movies cause fire is actually really really hot. 🤣
6:40 the thing that really slays me about this nuke shot is how the character is turned to embers and yet all the vegetation is completely fine until the shockwave hits. It's like the director had a seven-year-old's understanding of nuclear bombs. "Even just the light from the blast can kill you" [but everything inanimate around you is just fine?!] It's just so dumb the more you look at it. Like, this heavy jacket is evaporated off of her back, and yet there are individual blades of grass still standing.
That shot from FTWD, sums up the quality of both shows and not just their CGI.
I’d love to see y’all react to the What We Do in the Shadows show- season 3 has a giant inflatable rat which could be practical but I’m not too sure, season 4 has some fun n janky head replacements involving deliberately putting the face of a 40-something year old on a kid.
Oh man Backdraft was an insane movie. This movie was such a huge hit at the time, everyone was talking about it and there was even a Universal Studios ride but no one ever talks about it anymore
"but no one ever talks about it anymore"Mostly because it's been 30 years, lolBut, I can tell you that backdraft is mentioned in EVERY conversation about SFX with fire. It's literally used as a reference for the best on-set fire effects ever.
At this time I feel the need to say it: Sam should do an episode showing his watch collection. Every episode there is a different watch.
Try to cover the alligator scene from "Eraser" in the future
Loved the episode, really enjoyed how you dug into some of the cool stuff behind Nope without actually revealing too many of the surprises.
Always looking forward to the Jordan sponsorship spots 😂 great episode as always guys
The ad had me cracking up especially the look on Christian's face as if he's saying "Are we really doing this?" 🤣🤣🤣
I like how you kept the Nope spoilers to a minimum as much as possible with them. I especially liked that the plot and UFO stuff wasn't spoiled. Keep up the good work :)
@Jpettltd yeah true. I was very high energy, But I also thought that Jean Jacket was gunna be a magical hot hair balloon cause of that one shot in the trailer with the flags hanging from the sky. I also thought it might have time travel involved cause of the history lesson we get on horse films and the scary mutilated woman for some reason.
Personally. The trailers for nope made me think it was an action film.
With Nope why not just shoot all that stuff actually at night instead of using all that wacky infrared technology.
React to the vfx for Thing in the Addams family films vs Wednesday.
There used to be a Backdraft show at Universal, it was pretty killer also, don't think people slept on the movie just suffers from being made in the early 90's
Would love to see more reaction vids to animation in the future, would love an animator to break down some scenes animated by Hiroyuki Okiura. His work has been mistaken for CGI
I'm actually really happy you guys went back and gave Twin Peak's effects another shot, it's the kind of show that has terrible and great effects but both serve a fever-dream-like story that you can't get anywhere else
Speaking of bad and great effects, I'm still hoping they'll do a Doctor Who episode at some point
I wanted them to check out this scene after they did the first episode looking at Twin Peaks. Lynch is always focused on your emotions. That's his filmic motivations. Nice to see them recognize that.
Twin Peaks is such a great series. Everything is just damn fine
Twin Peaks rocks and I learned to love David Lynch's VFX, some of which he does himself(!) in After Effects - mad respect.
Can you do the old lady hands from "Tale of Tales"
Please react to the new transformers trailer, the robots all look plastic it’s so weird!
I want to really see a vfx breakdown with one of the involded persons for the shots of Nope. Movie looks real nice. Will give it a watch.
He says this summer. Gah he’s so organized! 3:46
I love the CG animation in Nope. It was so cool!
@Lynn Xo Mainly on greed and people's dangerous obsession for spectacles and fame. And a UFO is the perfect subject for it.
WAITING FOR BRAHMASTRA REVIEW PLEASE LOVE FROM INDIA ITS AVAILABLE ON DISNEY+
@Lynn Xo I don't think it was an alien movie at all. Jean jacket was more of a cryptid.
I loved every aspect about that movie. Not a single minute in it is something that don't like
The show Strange Hill High has some pretty interesting CG combined with puppets! You. might want to check it out! Also the best done huge explosion in my opinion is the nuke explosion in Terminator 2
I do love all the crew. But when you 3 get together, it's epic!
Would love to see an end of the year video of everyone's favorite VFX shots of the year, or something along the lines of that!
Would love to see some reactions and breakdown to some of the amazing OTT Wuxia films like Sorcerer and the White Snake or Curse of the Golden Flower 🔥
Fringe S.2 E.6 "Earthling" The disintegration vfx in this episode were pretty great at the time and even earned them an Emmy nomination. The show in general has so many practical VFX scenes that you guys could look at it!
Fringe's criminally underrated for how good of science fiction it was and how much they pushed the envelope affects wise you could do a whole episode about that show bouncing between the different effects in each episode
@Daniel D literally the first thing that pops up when you google it essentially says what I said: "Whereas practical effects occur physically on a film set, visual effects (VFX) are added during post-production."
@hogwashsentinel 189.000.000 google search results for "practical visual effects" say that it is a thing though. So your nitpicky semantics nonsense is clearly rejected.
I just revisited George of the Jungle.There's some stuff worth talking about there. I'd love to hear your breakdown of the Elephant pet dog, for example.Lots of stunts there too. Bay Bridge rope swing, for example. Apparently Brendan Fraser did the swinghimself. Twice!
You know what would be good? Having an episode of you guys reacting to real explosions of various types. That way the audience has a reference point when you go back to watching movie explosions.I remember watching WW2 footage of bombers in action and thinking how different the explosions looked from Hollywood explosions.
Lynch is so amazing because he treats every frame of his movies as a still photo which needs to contain the whole story by itself. I feel sorry for the folks who need to work so hard to make that happen but the results speak for themselves
New thing to do for the show: “The Last Starfighter (1984)”. Anything from that movie would be great to learn more about (I love this movie so much), but specifically the ‘Melting Ice Cream Caves’ scenes would be great to get your thoughts on. Depending on which version you are watching (slightly different movie edits have been released over the decades), that would start at about the 1 hour 6 minute mark.If you are wondering what I mean by ‘Melting Ice Cream Caves’, if you watch you’ll instantly think “Ohhhhhh…. yeah. I get it.”Such an amazing CGI-heavy movie done more than 38 years ago. I can’t even guess as to how many times I have watched this movie from start to finish. I want to learn more about that one scene, but please don’t only do that one not-so-great scene. It would be such a shame if all the amazing scenes were ignored and only that one scene was focused on, lol.
For Animators React, please take a look at The Prince of Egypt parting the Red Sea scene! It took a team of ten animators two years to finish and the final product is gorgeous.For VFX Artists React, check out the mutts scenes from the first and fourth Hunger Games movies! I’d love to hear you opinion on them!
I can't believe they didn't mention the amazing blending of Jean Jacket into the farm.
Definitely reached a point where I still find these 'react' videos entertaining and informative, but I do want to see the Corridor guys put their money where their mouth is and show us how VFX can really be used as a tool to tell a story in a SINGLE shot. Sorry, but Son of a Dungeon doesn't count, because it can just as easily be nit-picked and criticized - when I watch an episode of SOAD I can immediately see what's animated, and I get it, that's the point, but how about something REALLY wow? Real. Believable. Unquestionable. Something that gives Corridor the right to actually laugh at 'janky' clips with a clear conscience. I challenge Corridor to do a short or even just a single shot that's more substance over style and it has one (just one) mind-blowing, face-melting, "how did they do that?!" VFX shot that should have someone at Weta or ILM perplexed. Then let the fans and industry pros figure out how you guys did it. Then show us how you REALLY did it, and how long it took. Blow our minds. Melt our faces.Just an idea. Keep up the good work, Corridor 😁
For Vfx react I'd recommend looking at the Netflix show 1899. There is a specific effect where the characters go thorough a portal that somehow looks really well done in episode 6, 9:10
A few months ago, you guys reacted to James Lee. I recommend looking at Krugston. He has said he was inspired by James Lee, but has a very unique animation style. He continuously jumps between 2D, 3D, clay, poly, and I kid you not, painting. Yeah, painting animation. He definitely doesn’t have the attention he deserve but it would be cool if you checked him out.
I would love to see an episode about the South Korean who "sweet home"! I think it's an interesting show to analyse because the special effects depends on what character transforms into a monster.. Also some very cool companies working on I like Legacy Effects, FX studio and Spectral Motion !
Hey guys! There’s a scene in Starship Troopers that I just can’t figure out- about 22 minutes in Denise Richard’s character leaves on a tube train and it shows Casper Van Dein’s reflection. It’s a tiny detail but the more I think about it the more I can’t figure out how they did it with the effects of the time. I would love you guys to take a look at this neat effect!
Great to see you react to backdrafts practical fire stunts. Universal studios theme park had a backdraft ride that took you through the sets in this scene. They would lite this stuff on fire while explaining how some of set pieces worked. It had a Jumpscare built in! At the finale they would drop the platform everyone was standing on while the announcer would act like something had gone wrong with the set. It scared me so bad as a 11 year old I picked my dad up and carried him to the exit sign screaming. Alot of the explosions and fire effects you see are more like a reusable flame thrower and are very controllable as far as the size of the blast going off. Along with the reusable ones smaller one time explosives would be installed around to give the sense of chaos to the environment. The sets were built so you could get multiple shots even in these chaotic fire scenes.
I've suggested Doctor Who's goofy 2005 effects before, but the episode End of the World when the Earth gets roasted by the sun, that shot still really holds up years later. In fact I think that whole episode holds up pretty well considering the budget, the year it was made and the show it was made for.
The opening shot of the nuke in that Twin Peaks episode was genuinely one of the most amazing moments of television I think I've ever seen? The visuals while Threnody for the Victims of Horoshima was played on top, is probably one of the most visceral things I've ever seen in television? The entirety of season 3 is a masterpiece, I'd highly recommend watching the show if you haven't.
@TheTalantonX Bingo, I'm Australian
@bunwalla i don't know why there aren't more people asking this..
Kryzystof Penderecki's music and the horror of nuclear war *chef's kiss* 🤌
@Spam in a can The nuke is from Season 3 which was released in 2017.
Considering it's over 32 years old, I'd say it's held up very well for VFX.
6:36 I love how she is the only object in the scene that gets burned 🤣 The environment around her is apparently immune to nuclear radiation...
Talking about the Sylvester Stallone shot I am like“ dang,“I can imagine somebody beating their head against the wall trying to make the shot look better but not knowing how. Plus the frustration of knowing that all of the parts you have been handed are really good. for my own work I am a big fan of obscuring the action. The human brain is always trying to interpret what it sees. obscuring good content is much better than sacrificing the quality of the ending result by trying to show it.
Happy to see some love to my favorite movie off all time - Backdraft. That movie has it all for me and, Hans Zimmer doing the score. And damn, Kurt Russel in the ambulance, chills every time.
0:53 I wanna be able to edit like yall one day, Sun of a Dungeon is inspiring for VFX and for DnD, love you guys, good content as usual, keep it up
"Ad Astra" did the same day-for-night effect that's in "Nope." It's shot by the same DP too. There's BTS for that one explaining the technique.
Looks bad because of the hard sun shadows
@Andrew Bulman I remember that Ad Astra looked gorgeous (especially the scenes on Mars) but I really didn't like the plot much.
Ad Astra looked great on the moon from what I remember, but it was really weird that they used 1970s moon buggies