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Corridor Digital

Urban Zelda

Urban Zelda

Imagine if Hyrule weren’t populated with castles, trees, and dungeons, and instead Link had to rescue Princess Zelda in a big city, populated with gun-toting thugs and a villain in a cheesy white suit. Corridor envisions just that in their latest action spectacular.

Oh No… Meemaw’s House!

Oh No… Meemaw’s House!

This silly video from Corridor features ample amounts of tank-based destruction as two guys scramble to salvage their meemaw’s valued possessions before they’re demolished. It doubles as a promo for World of Tanks, but we’ve all got to pay the bills somehow.

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The Human Zoetrope

The Human Zoetrope

While Corridor usually packs their videos with digital VFX, their latest clip was done entirely with in-camera effects. By dressing eight performers in identical garb, spinning them on a playground set, and time-lapse, they were able to create a dizzying real-life zoetrope.

Tiny Guns

Tiny Guns

(Gore) These guys may have the world’s smallest guns, but that doesn’t stop them from throwing down. Corridor’s silly, but action-packed short reminds us that it’s not the size of your weapon, but the way that you use it.

There’s No Time to Explain

There’s No Time to Explain

(PG-13: Language) A man shows up claiming to be a time traveler and demanding that you perform a series of tasks. Do you go along with his requests, or risk world annihilation? Corridor’s latest video was aptly described by a commenter as “Basically Rick and Morty.”

There’s No Such Thing as Ghosts

There’s No Such Thing as Ghosts

The guys from Corridor have a little fun with shadowplay in this clip about a couple of graffiti artists who get more than they bargain for when they try to tag the wrong building. TL;DW: kids, don’t use spray paint.

NERF John Wick

NERF John Wick

Corridor pokes fun at the action and gunplay from the John Wick saga, replacing his Heckler & Kochs and Glocks with NERF blasters, and bullets with foam darts. It’s a little slow at the start, but once the action and stunts gets going, it’s good fun.

Literal Bohemian Rhapsody

Literal Bohemian Rhapsody

“I see a little silhouetto of a man. Scaramouche. Scaramouche.” We never really knew what the lyrics to Queen’s rock opera classic really meant, but the guys at Corridor decided to interpret them as the narration and dialogue for a dark crime drama.

SlowMo Fallout Kills

SlowMo Fallout Kills

(Gore) Corridor teamed up with The Slow-Mo Guys to create this Fallout fan film which combines slow-motion footage with gory special effects as Gav sets out in the wasteland on a bloody quest to quench his thirst with some Nuka Cola.

GTA VR

GTA VR

(PG-13: Language) Corridor’s latest video puts its protagonist smack dab in the middle of the obscenity and violence-filled world of Grand Theft Auto after he puts on a pair of schmancy VR goggles, and runs into the real Trevor. It only gets worse once the modders show up.

Real Mario Galaxy

Real Mario Galaxy

Mario, Luigi and Wario jump from planetoid to planetoid to obtain a Power Star. Corridor Digital used a 360º camera to emulate Super Mario Galaxy‘s distinct look in their latest video. Making of here.

Stop Motion Superfight

Stop Motion Superfight

Corridor’s latest short sees a dramatic fight sequence played out in a way that makes it look like the subjects can defy gravity. The trick – the sequence was acted out on the floor with the camera above. We can’t imagine how complex this was to choreograph. BTS video here.

Anime Baseball

Anime Baseball

It’s pure coincidence that the same week we featured this video that Corridor Digital dropped their own take on baseball being played in overly melodramatic anime style. We’re thinking their version should have been titled Scott Pilgrim vs. The Yankees.

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NERF Team Fortress

NERF Team Fortress

Corridor Digital and their friends played a round of Team Fortress 2‘s Payload in real life using their cache of NERF guns. They swapped the goals of Red and Blu and there are not enough hats, but the Engineer’s turret is awesome. We give it Half-Life 3/10.

The LEGO Touch

The LEGO Touch

A man is visited by the mighty Vitruvius, and is bestowed with the power to turn anything he touches into LEGO bricks. It’s an ability that we really wouldn’t mind having – assuming it didn’t affect our french fries – and we had our shoes on.

Where’s Waldo 360º Edition

Where’s Waldo 360º Edition

Corridor Digital used YouTube’s 360º video playback to create a live action and interactive version of Where’s Waldo. Yeah you can pause the video, and we advise you to do so because it has several Easter eggs as well. Making of here.

The Division: Agent Origins

The Division: Agent Origins

To promote its upcoming shooter RPG The Division, Ubisoft hired Corridor Digital, Devin Supertramp and RocketJump to create four short films about the agents of the game’s eponymous special forces.

Wizard Cops

Wizard Cops

Corridor Digital and Andrewmfilms take us on a ride-along with some real police officers. But these guys don’t just have to deal with everyday criminals – they’ve gotta take down some baddies who possess magical powers. At least they’ve got some magic of their own.

Judge Drone

Judge Drone

Like Mystery Guitar Man, Corridor Digital got their hands on a bunch of Parrot’s fun new MiniDrones. But instead of playing music with theirs, they created a thrilling action short, filled with jumping race drones packing capabilities unlikely to be found on the retail models.

The Smallest Empire

The Smallest Empire

Corridor Digital’s latest video is blatantly shilling Game of War, but that doesn’t make it any less worth watching, with their clever use of VFX and game-textured environments and a tilt-shift effect to transform the real world into an RTS-style civilization. Making of here.

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Ultimate Gun Game

Ultimate Gun Game

Corridor Digital goes back to their roots with their latest video, which does a great job replicating the look of an FPS, only this time, they’ve got an arsenal consisting of some of the best video game weapons ever. Forkstab ftw!

Mario Kart Skate

Mario Kart Skate

VFX and action wizards Corridor Digital envision a new game that combines the best of Mario Kart with a little Trials, and just a touch of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. The Boosted electric longboard was the real star of the video.

Ballin’ out of Control

Ballin’ out of Control

The video wizards at Corridor Digital have fun simulating what it would be like to be inside of a superball, as it bounces away from its buyer, and won’t stop for anything. Watch how they shot the clip here. It’s much simpler than you might think.

Stop-Motion Karate

Stop-Motion Karate

Corridor Digital is back at it again, this time creating a fun top-down action flick that has two suitors duking it out over the object of their affection in a fight that reminds us of the old video game Karateka. BTS footage here.

Real Life GTA V

Real Life GTA V

(Gore) Corridor Digital mimicked the camera angles, the casual chaos and the swaggy Terminator walking animation of Grand Theft Auto V to turn Los Angeles into Los Santos. Behind the scenes here.

Paper Cuts (Brush with Death 2)

Paper Cuts (Brush with Death 2)

Corridor Digital is back with a follow up to its 2D/3D ninja battle. This time, the fight involves a crew of paper street art ninjas who come to life to challenge the worker who tries to clean them off the wall.

The Order: 1986

The Order: 1986

Corridor Digital was asked to make a short film to promote the upcoming third-person shooter The Order: 1886. As usual, they came through with a funny and exciting video. Just not one that fits the game. Maybe the sequel?

Portal Trick Shots

Portal Trick Shots

We’ve seen plenty of basketball trick shot videos, some more plausible than others. But Corridor Digital makes no attempt to fool us into thinking their shots are physically possible – and that’s what makes this clip so much fun.

Mini-Drones vs. R/C Cars

Mini-Drones vs. R/C Cars

The guys from Corridor Digital orchestrated this battle between a motley assortment of remote-controlled racers, joined by an army of flying drones equipped with deadly weapons. Many toys were harmed in the making of this film.

Super Heroes vs Game Heroes

Super Heroes vs Game Heroes

It’s Thor’s Mjölnir versus Master Chief’s Mjölnir as superheroes and videogame heroes battle it out in this fun short made possible by the action VFX dudes at Corridor Digital. Today’s lesson: The Tesseract is really just a Minecraft block.

Top-Down Shooter

Top-Down Shooter

Corridor Digital pays tribute the style of top-down video games like Metal Gear Solid, and Hotline Miami in their latest action-packed short film. Be sure to watch in HD and see how they made it here. DJI S900 drone FTW.

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