Live-action Modern Warfare-inspired video made for only $210

Fan-made Modern Warfare movie puts the professionals to shame

The action sequences are surprisingly polished.

The action sequences are surprisingly polished.

Corridor Digital is a company that touts itself as a "visual effects and post-production studio," and its skills are definitely visible in the Modern Warfare-inspired "Frozen Crossing" video here.

For only $209.42, the studio was able to put together a video in which a two-man squad infiltrates an enemy base and eliminates its occupants with tactics like air strikes, sniper shots, and point-bland executions. All of the aforementioned attacks come with television-quality special effects with a budget that wouldn't even cover catering on a single Hollywood set.

While the firefight's choreography could use a bit of work and the heavy use of facemasks can't cover up the sub-par dubbing, the quality of work for such a low pricetag is pretty astounding. While the video is a non-endorsed tribute (the shout-out referencing Infinity Ward's turmoil wouldn't be put anywhere near an official Activision video) this kind of clip could lead to more viral video work for the Corridor crew.

Could this be the action-movie video game internet team to complement Mega64's comedy?

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Dave Rudden

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