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Luke Bather - 25th July 2017

Jon Emmony created a hideous, pulsating thing of beauty for The Horrors.

Wiry synapses fire in a blue expanse before the insect-like metamorphosis begins to take over. This 3D animation shakes, writhes and pulses into some truly visceral looking places, yet keeps a gorgeous colour palette in its armory at all times. Like an acid-laced journey through the mind of HR Giger and at least subconsciously informed by Chris Cunningham's work with The Horrors many years back. Just as unsettling, but with a whole new set of weaponry.


DirectorJon Emmony
Production CompanyPattern
ProducerTai Thittichai
CommissionerNatalie Arnett
LabelWolf Tone Limited
ColouristTim Smith
Grading companyElectric Theatre Collective
VFXJames Stringer
VFXTom Wandrag
VFXGabriel Carasso

Luke Bather - 25th July 2017

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