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Category:Science & Technology, Classic Movies
Tags:alien, special effects, Chestburster, Stan Winston, Stephen Norrington
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Xenagama Warrior Princess
That's pretty awesome. It is amazing how despite it being from a movie made back in 1979 - probably with some 1978 technology since movies take years to be made - it still looks very fluid and realistic.
Flying Omelette
This is the one from Aliens, so it would be more like 1985/86. The one from Alien didn't have arms.

CGI still can't come close to practical special effects for a lot of things. A big, prehensile penis with teeth and hands is one of them.

Xenagama Warrior Princess
Oh wait, the original chestburster from Alien was a puppet, right?

*checks internet*

Yup. Stupid on my part.
Xenagama Warrior Princess
And that was supposed to be a reply to Flying Omelette. I'll quit now before I end up sending this to another video due to my oversight.

It's too bad Norrington was attached to the disaster that was League of Extraordinary Gentlemen because I fear he'll never get another chance to do anything interesting. I liked what he did with Blade, personally and LXG really wasn't his fault. I think he did the best he could with the pile of shit script and production problems he was handed.
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