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Monster Bone Doom DVD



Monster Bone Doom DVD


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On May 23, the gates of **** reopened. Published in Doom a DVD version with scenes never seen before. The starring role of the dynamic, dizzyingly paced film is played by the stars of The Scorpio King, The Rock and Karl Urban. Andrzej Bartkowiak, the confident master of action films, took his seat in the director’s chair.
In addition to the film, which can be watched with 5.1 sync, we can also see a number of exclusive short films with Hungarian subtitles on the disc. In the short film “Basic Training,” we get to know the actors ’tough military training that they had to do before filming. With the professional guidance of a former SAS trainer, they have mastered everything a commando needs to know. From exploration to target shooting and planning tactical operations, they have gained a comprehensive knowledge of everything and spectators can get an idea of ​​special military training. In the extra “Rock Formation,” makeup artist Jeff Dawn shows how the star’s face has been cut into a hellish-looking, bloodthirsty beast for the sake of a scene. A short film spiced with rock sarcastic remarks is also a complete make-up course.
In the short film “The Creators of the Monster,” we can once again meet Stan Winston’s creatures. Hollywood’s favorite monster builder and co-workers tell how they brought to life on screen the distorted creatures of the computer game. We can track the creation of imaginative creatures from the design table to the final models. Creepy tour is once sure. We can finally get to know the creators of the world-famous PC game in the extra “Doom Generation”. The creators and fans are enthusiastic about the origins of Doom, the first experiences and later developments. Stories, tips, anecdotes about the game and what’s behind it.
“Scene from the Action Hero’s Perspective” – Commonly known as FPS (First Person Shooter) short film, Jon Farhat, the head of visual effects, talks about filming an FPS scene that can be enjoyed for 5 and a half minutes. It turns out that this short part was prepared for three months and was recorded for 14 days. The creators did everything they could to keep fans from getting disappointed and regaining the adrenaline-producing feel of the game.
And in the “Play Up” extra, we get expert help with Doom 3. We can learn how to survive the fight against monsters and get to the end of the tracks for sure.
The movie, like the game, upsets the viewers and doesn’t let you relax for a minute. Durr, durr and Doom.