The CGI in TRON seems primitive by today’s standards, but back in 1982 it was not only groundbreaking, it pushed the limits of available technology. Using modern tech, the guys at Corridor Crew decided to see if they could accurately replicate the famous light cycle scene in less than a day.
(PG-13: Language) “We shoot bad guys in the head… with charisma bullets.” Freddie Wong reteams with Corridor for the latest in the TactiCOOL series. As usual, the guys come out all guns blazing with their over-the-top action-comedy style as a cocky new member joins their team.
(Gore) We always thought that Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory was pretty morbid for a kids’ movie. But the guys at Corridor revamped the film into something even more sinister, the chocolate river running red with blood, and children meeting far more gruesome ends. Will Charlie and Grandpa even make it?
If you’ve ever taken a close look at the instructions on a pack of chopsticks, there’s a good chance that it ends with the rather silly statement “Now You Can Pick Up Anything!” We always imagined a bowling ball would be a good test of our newfound lifting skills. We guess Corridor has had similar thoughts.
We already have a pretty good idea how big the ships of Star Wars would have been if they actually existed. But Corridor decided to give us a bit more context, superimposing life-size CGI models ships over locations on Earth. The Death Star is way smaller than we thought.
Corridor got their hands on a prototype of the year’s most hotly anticipated new toy, the Anki Cozmo Robot, and sent him on a mission to take on an army of angry machines, a couple of which happen to come from Anki’s biggest competitors. Behind the scenes here.