Started by Corporal Hicks, Nov 28, 2022, 05:43:52 PM
We have just uploaded the 156th episode of the Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast (right-click and save as to download)! Corporal Hicks and RidgeTop once again have the honor of being joined by Amalgamated Dynamics Inc’s Tom Woodruff Jr. to talk about the practical effects of Prey for the 156th episode of the podcast!
We talk early test sessions of the Feral Predator’s physique, teasing Feral Predator performer Dane Diliegro, developing less advanced Predator weaponry, and plenty more!
We’ve previously had the pleasure of being joined by ADI’s Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr. on a number of occasions over the years. If you haven’t already, or fancy revisiting them, be sure to check out our previous chats with the creature effect maestros: Tom Woodruff Jr. talks performing inside the Alien suit, Tom & Alec talk long involvement with the Alien series, and Alec Gillis talks working on The Predator.
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Quote from: Ar-Druinn on Dec 04, 2022, 10:31:30 PMI like how they balance "ancient old technology" with "high technology that overrides local culture", but I wonder if the background of the predator technology in the movie is different from the novel?I remember the Predator technology all came from another alien race that used to enslave them, until the Predator overthrew them and took all the technology, they basically just fix it, if they can't fix it they throw it aside, the Predator can't Develop new technologies. I'm not sure but I remember seeing something similar, and if so, the old Predator tech in prey (although it looks awesome) doesn't seem like a good fit.Anyway, I love the new movie and I can't wait to see more!https://emos.plurk.com/44986a0506e5aa059f8a3122108620ad_w48_h48.gif
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