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Discussion in 'Fantasy Worlds' started by lowercasegods, Jun 15, 2004.
looks cheap...y computer graphics????
Well, like it or not, the Creature Shop's been monkeying with computer graphic characters since at least Pinocchio (unless you count Waldo, who came around in '87 in The Jim Henson Hour), and it doesn't look like they're going to walk away from it anytime soon. However, I feel certain that there will still be plenty of good ol' fashioned animatronic puppetry to fill Mirrormask. I'm still looking forward to it!
It does stream om my computer without a glitch, which is a first I guess, but the image is tiny!
I think it looks good. It certainly sets a interesting mood. Does anyone know what the title of that son is? It seems familiar.
*gets excited about mirrormask*
I hope it will be out in theaters, this kind of post apocalyptic feeling and the fantasy elemnt would do well in these dire times.
I must say ive never read THE SANDMAN, but i bought a diary with him on the front, it reminds me heaps of labyrinth.. you know the hair and all^_~
also, i tried to get the mirrormask trailer, but it didnt flow well on my comp ethier.
i wonder if they'll release a soundtrack for it?
I just hope it won't be like that horrible animated/CGI movie called "Faeries"
*shudders at memories* I think whoever made that film made a plastic garden in their garage and filmed most of the footage there.
something tells me, that i should be glad i havent seen that...
Superherohype.com just posted part of an interview with Mirrormask director Dave McKean, who says he just finished shooting the film and explains how difficult it was for him to pull off such a story with the "shoestring budget" that was given to him. It also goes into fascinating description of a couple key scenes. No word on when the film will be released or in what format (theatrical or direct to DVD), but I feel renewed hope just hearing about the progress.
FYI: It's being released to screen
Man, that's some seriously good news! I'm glad all their efforts to make this film won't be for nothing. Thanks for the update!
Actually, this is the original version of the story. The novel came second.
I haven't even seen Mirrormask yet. I haven't heard favorable info on it either. What did ya'll think?
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