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PARANORMAN: Stop-Motion Zombie Lab Trailer

By: Kyle Reese

PARANORMAN: Stop-Motion Zombie Lab Trailer

Every wanted to make your own stop-motion animation film? PARANORMAN is giving you that chance over on their website. They give you several locations, as well as several different zombies to chose from and all you have to know how to do is use a mouse. There are different points of the body you can move and when you have your first shot click on the camera icon to take a picture. Get enough pictures with different body positions and you can make your own PARANORMAN stop-animation film. 

The film is directed by Sam Fell and Chris Butler and stars Kodi Smit-McPhee Babcock, Tucker Albrizzi, Casey Affleck, Anna Kendrick, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Leslie Mann Babcock, Jeff Garlin Babcock and John Goodman. 

PARANORMAN hits theaters August 17th, 2012 in 3D. Check out the PARANORMAN Stop-Motion Zombie Lab Trailer and then head over to their website via the video and start creating. See the video and other PARANORMAN related articles after the jump.

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International trailer

Official trailer

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Reader Comments (1)

This looks so fucking awesome I thought it was CGI and was pleasantly surprised its got a good dosage of old school stop motion animation

July 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterBanana Squid

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