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Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
The Making of a 50 Foot Woman
Article by Tim Prokop
From its humorously derivative opening logo to its campy postscript, the Home Box Office remake of Attack of the 50 Foot Woman was clearly an ode to old-style moviemaking. On a scant made-for-television budget, visual effects supervisor Gene Warren and his Fantasy II team members made mountains out of molehills with forced perspective miniatures, split-screen trickery and other vintage effects.
Demolition Man
Fire and Ice
Article by Jody Duncan
On-set effects such as large-scale pyrotechnics, frozen human replicas and robotic action props were just part of the Demolition Man story. Racing against time, with a schedule that was essentially only eight weeks long, visual effects supervisor Micheal McAlister delivered the complex cinematic illusions required for the film by tapping a wealth of talent from eight different houses.
Video Beat: Toasting Babylon 5
Special Venues: Deep Earth, Dark Ride
Video Beat: Order Out of Xaos
Addams Family / Addams Family Values: Digital Effects
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Video Beat: McCartney Takes Wing
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