Ashley Thorpe

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Ashley Thorpe was born in Inverness in 1972 yet grew up in Devon. After studying Fine art / Film in Canterbury Ashley relocated to Manchester where he worked for the BBC; simultaneously working in equipment dispatch and doing freelance graphics on such productions as the 'Fortean times' inspired 'Weird Almanac' 2002 (for producer Gerard Barry). By... See full bio »

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The Hairy Hands Animation Department
(2010)
The Screaming Skull Animation Department
(2008)
Tales of Halloween Visual Effects
(2015)

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 2021/II Evie (animator)
 2017 Borley Rectory (animator)
 2013 Angels, Antiques & Apparitions (Video documentary short) (title designer)
 2010 The Hairy Hands (Short) (animator)
 2008 The Screaming Skull (Short) (animator)
 2008 Scayrecrow (Short) (animator)
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The problem is if you push special effects in people's face, they are looking for the join. You're looking for the zip up the back of the monster suit. If you don't do that, if you let their mind paint every single picture, that's when they really start watching the thing through their fingers. The horror is actually going on between their ears as opposed to directly on the surface in front of ... See more »

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Extreme close-ups of eyes: often showing the reflection of another character or locale.

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