Watch and discuss badass stunts
All video, gifs, or picture submissions must have a human element
CGI is okay as long as there is a human element involved
Try to include film titles in the title
Whenever possible include the actor or stunt person for reference. I know its sometimes hard to find so if you're unable to it's okay, but lets try to give credit when ever we can to the people who risk their well being for our entertainment
This might be r/MovieStunts, but stunts from television are more than welcome
Movie trailers are acceptable as long as they suit the theme of this sub. Movie news and articles are also acceptable, but again only if they pertain to practical effect/stunt heavy films
The down vote button is not a dislike or disagree button. Lets make this the kind of sub people want to contribute to
I am very honored to work with Larry Rosenthal each year to cut the Television Academy Stunt Memorial. Please take a few moments to watch and reflect on those on whose shoulders we stand or lost much to soon. This profession is better because these people were in it. We will miss you!
I was watching this recently with my daughter and she asked how they do the shots where someone gets hit by an arrow/arrows. At this time I can’t see it being sfx, but they can’t have been wearing protective suits to take the impacts safely, can they? Anyone know?
Recently, I was involved in an action feature which was filmed in Los Angeles. During the shoot the director was kind enough to let me film behind the scenes. Below is a link to this video showing the experience of working on a super low budget film.