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Pitching Offensive Kids’ Toys

Pitching Offensive Kids’ Toys

The guys at Corridor Crew thought it was time to expand their repertoire beyond being VFX artists and into product design. So they came up with the idea of creating a line of toys that nobody in their right mind would put into production. Then they pitched their concepts to a group of similarly fake investors.

Recreating Sunlight Indoors

Recreating Sunlight Indoors

Replicating the sun’s brightness indoors isn’t easy to achieve. But if anyone can pull it off, it’s the guys from Corridor Crew. Though this time out, they didn’t rely on computers and visual effects and instead loaded up the studio with an insane amount of lighting gear. We’re amazed they didn’t light their test subject on fire.

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Accurate Stormtroopers

Accurate Stormtroopers

(PG-13: Gore) As Star Wars fans know, stormtroopers have a long history of missing their targets. Corridor imagines how differently things might have turned out if the Empire’s plastic-armored troops just a bit more practice. Bonus VFX points for Han Solo’s mustache.

If Spider-Man Was Rated R

If Spider-Man Was Rated R

(Gore) Thanks to the events of Loki, we now have the MCU multiverse, and Peter Parker is only gonna make things worse in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The VFX crew from Corridor imagine how Mobius M. Mobius might clean up the mess by pruning unwanted Spidey variants in the most gruesome ways possible.

Making Lightsaber Fights More Realistic

Making Lightsaber Fights More Realistic

The choreography in Star Wars lightsaber duels has isn’t exactly realistic. The guys at Corridor Crew enlisted stunt coordinator Luke LaFontaine to help choreograph a fight scene that much better captures realistic swordplay tactics and how you might wield a lightweight plasma weapon. Then, they cranked up the VFX wizardry.

How Many Solar Panels Could Power the World?

How Many Solar Panels Could Power the World?

Solar energy is out there for the taking, but is it really free? Wren from Corridor Crew digs into the realities of generating power from various energy sources, and illustrates the number of solar panels and space we’d need to replace dangerous fossil fuels with clean solar energy.

Replicating TRON’s Light Cycles

Replicating TRON’s Light Cycles

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.

TactiCOOL 3LOADS

TactiCOOL 3LOADS

(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.

Wonky Willy

Wonky Willy

(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?

Tiny Guns 2

Tiny Guns 2

(PG-13) Corridor follows up its goofy short film about ridiculously small weapons with an action-packed sequel. Their enemies come off as stereotypical as the ones in Team America: World Police, but the battle scenes are certainly entertaining.

Now You Can Pick Up Anything!

Now You Can Pick Up Anything!

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.

Star Wars Ships on Earth

Star Wars Ships on Earth

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.

TactiCOOL Reloads

TactiCOOL Reloads

Freddie Wong goes up against the guys from Corridor in this action short about a pair of FBI agents who do their darnedest to impress a woman with their handgun handling skills. It’s shallow and silly, but entertaining nonetheless.

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Animojis Take Over TV and Movies

Animojis Take Over TV and Movies

As overplayed as Animojis have already become, we’ve gotta hand it to the guys at Corridor for their latest video, in which they used their VFX skills to apply Apple’s latest gimmick to some appropriate scenes from TV shows and movies.

Fidget Spinner Anime

Fidget Spinner Anime

The fidget spinner hype is finally dying down. Corridor reminds us of the key to keep such fads going: a Japanese children’s show with tons of exposition and toys capable of destroying the world. Spinner, obliterate!

Robots Programmed to Kill!

Robots Programmed to Kill!

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.

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