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Thursday, June 3, 2021

Video from Netflix Shows What Monsters from ‘The Ritual’ and ‘Army of the Dead’ Looked Like Without Visual Effects

While it’s true that nothing will ever top the practical effects of the 1980s, computer-generated visual effects have gotten pretty damn impressive in recent years, giving us movie monsters that quite frankly never could’ve been brought to the screen back in the day. Netflix spotlights a handful of their top movie monsters in a brand new video released this morning.

Titled “What These Netflix Monsters Look Like Without Special Effects,” the video takes you behind the scenes of movies including Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead and David Bruckner’s The Ritual, peeling back the visual effects to show you what the actors were actually interacting with on set. Spoiler Alert: the zombie tiger in Army was played by… a human!

“These days, so many of the movies you see in theaters and on streaming are filled with special effects. Thanks to VFX technology, entire new worlds of storytelling are open to filmmakers, allowing them to create movies that grab your imagination and hold on tight,” Netflix explains.

“Special effects often take care of the bulk of superhero adventures, sci-fi thrillers, and yes – even the terrifying monsters that give you nightmares. If you’ve ever wondered what the insane monsters in Netflix movies look like before all that digital wizardry, look no further.”

Check out the video below, which also spotlights Love and Monsters.

 



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3667892/video-netflix-shows-monsters-ritual-army-dead-looked-like-without-visual-effects/

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