Why Ghostbusters Relies On Practical Effects

March 10, 2016, 05:49 AM


The way you hear filmmakers talk about CGI these days, you could have sworn it was a failed experiment and not the cutting edge tool that everyone and their mother used for a good decade since its salad days. With the backlash continuing to grow, a good amount of directors are reverting back to the days of practical effects, and one such person is Ghostbusters director Paul Feig. His reasoning? Because it's funnier.

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