Motion Stopped: 6 of The Best Stop Motion Movies

Monday, January 2 by Joseph Gibson

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<p>One of the first movies to utilize stop-motion on such an impressive scale, the effects use to animate Kong and the dinosaur inhabitants of Skull <a href='' class='linkify' target='_blank'>Island</a> are still fascinating to watch today. It’s not as polished as later stop-motion would become: For one, the animators forgot to keep Kong’s fur evenly brushed between shots, so it appears to ripple on its own. But it served as a huge inspiration to later special effects masters, and it’s still one of the most exciting <a href='' class='linkify' target='_blank'>adventure</a> movies ever made.</p>
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