Posts Tagged ‘Corridor Digital’

The Gravity Gun Is The Best Thing From Two Months Ago

By John Walker on November 9th, 2013.

I’m not sure how I missed this back in August, but it’s splendid enough to warrant a belated post on a Saturday. The two men of Corridor Digital have been creating extraordinary movie shorts for years (one of my all-time favourites being The Glitch), primarily based on videogames, featuring extraordinary special effects that rival those of big budget Hollywood studios. Certainly their profile is a lot larger in recent times, and their work is now very often paid for by the publishers of the games they’re recreating. (This live action video of Rayman Legends (no, really) being one of the most bizarre.) However, they still create projects for their own entertainment, and their origin story for the Gravity Gun is absolutely stellar.

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I Dig It: Live Action Minecraft

By Adam Smith on June 21st, 2012.

Corridor Digital are wizards, harnessing their powers to make live action movie-magics based on them there vidjagames. They’ve tackled Minecraft before but their new short, Diamonds are Forever, could be their best yet. I do wish it concentrated more on the stunning blend of blocky vistas with real landscapes rather than becoming an action movie, but maybe expecting a travel documentary or an absurdist comedy about the tribulations of a life where interactions involve hitting things with other things really really fast was too much. It’s hugely impressive all the same. Enjoy.

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Sappy: More Live Action TF2

By Jim Rossignol on August 6th, 2011.


The internet’s appetite for dressing up as videogame characters and acting out the activities we usually play on screen is boundless, as is evidenced by this rather high-quality live action Team Fortress 2 video. It’s a familiar tale of sapping a sentry gun. The film was made by some chaps called Corridor Digital. Go watch, below.
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