From: Jack Sargeant (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Aug 04 2009 - 16:15:37 PDT
Cronenberg, how about Rabid?
has anybody mentioned T2 with the liquid metal robot?
also how about the Xenomorph in Alien.
in terms of independent films Harry Smith's transformations in Number
and the man to machine in Tetsuo
also The Phantom Tollbooth features (if memory serves) a
transformation from live action to animation.
On 5 Aug 2009, at 08:55, David Tetzlaff wrote:
> There's a lot of shapeshifting in animation, it's a staple in clay
> animation among other sub-genres.
> For an example from the experimental canon I'd suggest Robert
> Breer's _A Man and His Dog Out For Air_ (pen on paper, not clay).
> Also, in The Fly, Brundle doesn't so much shape shift as slowly
> change from one form to another. So for Cronenberg, I'd suggest
> _Videodrome_ where different parts of the protagonists body turn
> into different things and then change back, or so it seems. _T
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