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Looking back on 2013

2013 has been a monumental year for us here at Perygl Productions, allowing us as a team to take huge strides forward in a professional capacity. In this post we thought we would take a brief look over the past…

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Doctor Who’s 50th Birthday

Over 10 million people tuned into Doctor Who last night in an evening celebrating perhaps the greatest pinnacle of British television and a true cultural phenomenon. In a feature length episode on BBC One 50 years of this sci-fi bonanza…

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From Tron to Legacy: The History of Computer Generated Imagery in Cinema

Tron Legacy (USA 2010; Joseph Kosinski) Over the last thirty five years we, as a cinema audience, have been party to a transformation in the way stories are told on the silver screen, and the tools that have been used…

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Omelette : Behind the Scenes : Sneak Preview

Check out this behind the scenes video for a sneak peak of Perygl Productions upcoming film ‘Omelette’, directed by pNut Sammarco with camera operator R.E.M.M.C and starring Axle Zappa, Norrie Palmer, Greg Fisher, Hannah Epicheff, Matt Hilton, Max Thompson and…

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Alien: A Retrospective Film Review

In space no one can hear you scream goes the tagline of one of the most important films, in not only the horror genre, but science fiction film history. In the seventies, the decade of the original ‘Star Wars’ film, ‘Alien’…

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Halloween: A Retrospective Review

WARNING: CONTAINS SPOILERS!! In 1978 John Carpenter’s Halloween was released and the Slasher genre as we now know it was created.  Many scholars credit Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho as being the first entry in to the subgenre. Norman Bates knife wielding…

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The Crow: A Retrospective Film Review

The Crow is a 1994 action-thriller starring the late Brandon Lee and directed by Austrailian Alex Proyas. Released a few years after Tim Burton’s two Batman films, it borrowed heavily from the Burton style of production design, which gives the film…

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