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Why I Like Workprints: Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (2010)

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Published on Sep 13, 2012

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Hello there! This is part 2 of my new mini-series of video entitled "Why I Like Workprints". This week's edition is about the 2010 horror-comedy movie "Tucker and Dale vs. Evil". This movie is quite funny and I recommend seeing it! *The audio of this video is from the work print copy.

The reason I am focusing on workprints is to showcase a more raw version of a movie. Not many people are familiar with workprints. I enjoy watching them because they allow for further appreciation for film and the work put into it. I have much more appreciation for the behind-the-scenes crew. Notice how the lighting changes in the final version, how the special effects come together, it's the final touches and the little things that really bring the whole movie together.

This part 2 features more emphasis on special effects as well as a little bit on sound dubbing. As noted in the video, it wasn't until I started putting this together that I realized that they used some parts of "The Dark Knight" soundtrack as filler audio.

Workprint: a rough version of a motion picture, used by the film editor(s) during the editing process. Contains special effects, un-dubbed audio, and fill-in/deleted scenes.

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