Foley artist Matt Davies ("V/H/S/2," "Color Out Of Space," "Rat Film") takes on the record throwing scene from the 2004 film "Shaun of the Dead." From his studio he shows us how he would’ve created the sounds for this scene. We learn about his process, watch attempts and failures, and eventually get a scene completed with new foley sounds.
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