Ten of the Coolest Practical Effects from Ridley Scott’s Alien
This Cosmovoid video looks at ten amazingly clever practical effects that were used on Ridley Scott’s 1979 sci-fi horror masterpiece, Alien.
This is some really surprising stuff here, like the fact that the first egg to hatch, with the hugger wriggling inside, was actually Ridley Scott’s hands in latex gloves.
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