To The DEATH

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    We wanted to reinvent the concept of lightsabers, so we asked an expert swordsman to choreograph what a fight would look like with real sword tactics, and we took a new approach to the visual and sound design of a saber. Let us know what you think!

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Renegade Media Group
Renegade Media Group

Now that is a proper Lightsaber Duel. Saw the making of this on Corridor Crew and the Final Product is Legit! Well Done!

Vor 6 Monate
Zenith TV
Zenith TV

That was legitness

Vor 24 Tage
icewind7
icewind7

they should stop fighting and start hugging

Vor 25 Tage
- Blackemperor-
- Blackemperor-

@Echo_Genesis Are you saying the force would make Jedi fight by constantly spinning their lightsaber 10,000x in a row? lmao

Vor 27 Tage
James Holten IV
James Holten IV

@Kakashi Hatake You inserted yourself into this situation, and decided to interrogate me, and ask loaded questions like whether I enjoy calling people out on their hypocrisy. You're lying when you say you aren't making accusations. You came here to make a judgement. That you're at least feigning if not legitimately making an attempt to understand my side is better than flat accusations, but in no way hides that you came here uninvited, asked questions geared towards your current opinion about a situation you weren't part of, and already pre-supposed I was at fault in some way. It's like you want to put me on trial, but also don't want to look like you're a bad person for doing it. That's much like the person who bullies someone else but doesn't want to get in trouble for it, so they claim they were only playing around. Your actions disprove your claims. It you want "testimony" and want to put me on trial based off some slight you think I made, then I gain nothing by participating. If you actually wanted to understand the situation, you could have entered it by saying, "Hey @James Holten IV, I see you're having a disagreement with @Echo here. What's going on?" So you're hypocritically calling me out for not asking you for clarification before I make accusations, when you are doing the exact same thing. It isn't bad to call people out on things you think they did, and it's great to give them a chance to defend themselves. But it's problematic when you tell someone they are doing something they shouldn't when you are committing the same mistake you accuse them of. It shows you are inconsistent in your judgements. If you really want to know why I made my decisions,, and statements, I'm willing to tell you. But first, I'd like to know what you think occurred here. What started the disagreement between Echo and I? Why did you decide to target me, and not Echo?

Vor Monat
Kakashi Hatake
Kakashi Hatake

@James Holten IV I'm typing responses as I read them so some of my opinions may not still be my opinion by the end. Also there may be missing words like "not" and stuff like that. So just use your judgment to fill in the blanks. First part Not Echo specifically but I think it's fairly obvious that he's who I was referring to And of course a YouTube comment section isn't court, my mind is though. And I'd really like to formulate an opinion of you based on your testimony. Do you have to give your testimony? Of course not, you owe nothing to me. If you were to leave right now, I wouldn't chase you down and demand answers. I'd be like "Oh, he's gone." "I guess I'll never know." Heck, you could just say "It's none of your business who I am." I'd just be like "Alright." And be done with it And you're obviously right about not needing to prove intent to make an accusation, but why make it at all if it hinges on something that you can't prove to yourself? Don't you want to try to understand me first? Whether or not I can prove it, I was just trying to understand you better....:( That is the truth. I made claims about non-verbal communication not being a very good way of communicating intent or emotion. But that's probably not what you're talking about. I said that I believe it to be unfair to assume that I take pleasure in exposing someone's faults and hypocrisy just because I'm asking you if you do that. So am I calling you unfair? I'm saying I believe it to be or it is my personal opinion that you are being unfair, not that you somehow objectively are. Are you talking about when I said stuff about the women in your life? I didn't mean just yours, I meant everyone's lives. I wasn't trying to make fun of the women in your life cause I don't know them or anything. I don't think that's what you were talking about either but I thought I should at least address it. I did say that the answer to the second half of your original reply to my original reply "Hypocritical much?" Is entirely dependent on me taking pleasure in the exposing of people's faults and hypocrisy on the internet. But that's also probably not what you're talking about. I said that I got the impression (which again, may be the result of poor communication) that you are a self-righteous jerk seeking chances to show his bravery and understanding of human psychology off. But do I believe that? Would I tell anyone that that is what you are? Of course not, because I don't think it's fair to come to such a conclusion or claim that without asking for clarification first. That might be what you're talking about. In your original reply to my original reply, you did say in response to my original question "Yes, I am." So I highly doubt you're talking about that. Especially since I was asking in the pursuit of understanding to leave here believing you are a nice guy trying to help Echo grow as a person, and not accusing you of seeking praise or something. Is who you are really that big a part of my life that I need to know? No. But I would like to know. I did reference something you said in response to Echo, but you wouldn't argue that because it's literally right there. So you most likely wouldn't be talking about that either. I did accuse you of not asking for confirmation of your interpretation of my reply. But you're original reply was 5 words. I'm pretty sure that's literally factual. So what accusation are talking about? Cause I literally haven't yet formed an opinion of you in my own mind. I'm waiting for more information before I can form what I would believe to be a reasonable (but possibly entirely incoorrect) conclusion. So there's my response to the first part your reply Now for the second Of course pointing out someone's hypocrisy is not the same as taking pleasure in their pain. If that were the case I would have accused you of it instead of asking. Do you correct mistakes that have not been revealed to you? Well, I don't think it's impossible. You might accidentally correct them. But idk, that's a different conversation and I don't really disagree with you on that. I wasn't saying that to point people's hypocrisy shouldn't be done. I'm also not saying that you shouldn't have. I was just asking if you took pleasure in exposing his possible faults and hypocrisy. My original question didn't specify whether said pleasure was result of the growth you tried to promote in him or the embarrassment tried to bring to him. I still don't believe I can formulate a reasonable opinion on which one it was. Could the embarrassment cause him to grow? Maybe. Was that your intention? Again, idk. I'm not defending Echo or his opinion on what star wars fights should look like. If he is what you think he is, he got what was coming to him. Although, reading the comments involving him for the second time, he may have been bullied a little by other people before you called him out. But I could be wrong about that. And if you want to write a comprehensive explanation of why you believe he's not a victim, I'll gladly read it and see if I stand corrected. I don't find myself to be victimized enough to call my self "victim" but I do believe that for whatever reason I'm being treated unreasonably. You could've asked though. Third part I'm sure you're not a horrible person who likes making people feel bad all the time. But for what reason is pointing out hypocrisy in others pleasurable to you? Not that it shouldn't be, but even without the negatives there could be multiple positive reasons for why it would be and I just want to know which one it is. Do you have to tell me? Of course not. And I'll accept it if say you just don't want to or just not answer at all. Do you need my acceptance? No. Do you have to do what I say? No. Do you have to answer all my questions? No. But I'd appreciate it. Yeah that was a response to one sentence. To anyone not involved in this conversation that has made it this far, I applaud you. Fourth part My goal is to understand you to form a positive view of you cause despite the norm in our modern world, I don't like not liking people. There are going to be many people that I won't like in my lifetime and I know that'll never change, but I want to reduce those numbers. That is also my motivation. I thought I would get a clear answer to my original question as well as a short explanation of why you do or do not find pleasure in it, in the first response. What I got was a clear answer to my original question (thank you for that at least) and what I know to be a false depiction of me. I did not throw around disguised accusations. Can I prove that? Of course not. You can take my word on it or not. I did ask what I meant to be innocent questions. I'm sorry if they were taken the wrong way. You could've asked. Fifth part I'm not doubting what you can do on the internet. I'm not saying that you shouldn't have called Echo out on his possible bs. I'm not sure if you are calling me a liar or just including that kind of scenario in your point. If you are I'm not pretending you're something not. I'm asking you what you are. Sixth part I'd prefer it if you would ask me what is true about me before you accuse me of something. But you don't have to operate on my preferences. I could've just prematurely called you out originally, but I chose to ask you for more insight on who you are before blatantly insulting you. While it's true that my original question may often times be interpreted incorrectly, everyone who has read the entirety of my first reply (and especially all the way here) would know that it was just a question not a loaded one. Seventh part Whether it was bad or not, I wasn't trying to jab you. I can't prove it but that is true. I'm not lying about it, but again, I can't prove that. Whoever reads this will just have to take my word for it (whatever that is worth on the internet). Eighth and Ninth part I'm not lying to myself, a good way to know of you are is by asking a lot of questions and playing devil's advocate a lot. Really try to make yourself look bad and really try to win that argument against yourself. Make it as heated and difficult as it can get. I'm not lying to myself, you, or anyone else. I've been this way for years, the whole questioning myself. But again, I can't prove it to anyone else, everyone who reads this will just have to take my word for it.

Vor Monat
Q Lopez
Q Lopez

I'm not the only one who wants a sequel where she's learning how to sword fight, right?

Vor 2 Monate
Emperor Pronddaltuma
Emperor Pronddaltuma

Yes. But also very often sequels ruin the initial concept by exaggeration instead of following the original core concept. So until they are ready to approach it with the same diligence as with this film, I'm content with this as a stand alone story.

Vor Tag
The BlastEffect4
The BlastEffect4

@Norian Arijuna woah make more make more

Vor 2 Tage
Wendigo
Wendigo

Training montage!

Vor 4 Tage
MrErikw26
MrErikw26

No you're not the only one who wants to see that

Vor 7 Tage
Spider Seven
Spider Seven

@DAMN Yet the school's owner invites her to join. He's knows that she's intrigued.

Vor 10 Tage
Henry
Henry

I like how the opponent smiled when the student finally beat him, he was actually proud.

Vor 2 Monate
Wubraxco
Wubraxco

@Richard Pham The one wielding the orange lightsaber is the instructor, the one with the blue lightsaber is the student taking their graduation exam. The student must kill their instructor to pass their test, because only those who have bested their teachers are worthy to wield such a weapon. It's also to show that their skills have grown enough to be trusted with something so deadly. That's why when the one wielding the blue lightsaber finally defeated the teacher the fight ended, they passed their graduation exam by winning the duel.

Vor 4 Tage
Im subbing to everyone who subs to me
Im subbing to everyone who subs to me

Read my name~

Vor 5 Tage
Richard Pham
Richard Pham

@mike Luna I think the opponent was a senior student going off of the ending at least.

Vor 8 Tage
Solar Wraith
Solar Wraith

That was definitely a nice addition.

Vor 12 Tage
Crescent Story Readings
Crescent Story Readings

This should be a tv show

Vor 14 Tage
ObiWanBockobi
ObiWanBockobi

"you need two things to win a swordfight: perfect distance, and a gun."

Vor Monat
HazaHyperion
HazaHyperion

@Shrey sharma Or super cool bacta grenades from battlefront 1

Vor 3 Stunden
Shrey sharma
Shrey sharma

@HazaHyperion boba be like : .....and a bacta pod

Vor 4 Stunden
BoT-Kun
BoT-Kun

And Aimbot. Serious Aimbot.

Vor 20 Stunden
Dániel Szilágyi
Dániel Szilágyi

So uncivilized

Vor Tag
HazaHyperion
HazaHyperion

Boba Fett be like

Vor 2 Tage
PrimeCoconut
PrimeCoconut

I love how the teaching philosophy is shown in this. Instead of the typical, one mistake is death, one must experience what it feels like if you fail (pain, fear, humiliation, hubris and death) then repeat again and again until you get it right and conquer your flaws. That's what makes a good fighter. This should belong in a Love, Death, and Robots episode. I would watch the heck out of it especially there's lore behind it inspired from Star Wars but with a realistic take.

Vor 3 Monate
Dynamo33
Dynamo33

@Psyrus Implying that Love, Death + Robots doesn't have some insane episodes. This is also kind of cheesy.

Vor Tag
Psyrus
Psyrus

It doesn't belong in LD+R, because this is actually good.

Vor 6 Tage
Kristyan de Souza
Kristyan de Souza

Everyone knows Black Mirror, those guys should be also watching Love Death and Robots, Every episode feels like it could be a series

Vor 8 Tage
Janobot
Janobot

This is where the fun begins

Vor 6 Monate
Random guy
Random guy

yerp

Vor 8 Tage
501st Egg
501st Egg

Yerp

Vor 14 Tage
BT
BT

@Looos GENERAL KENOBI

Vor Monat
Shadow Smith
Shadow Smith

@Looos love it

Vor Monat
Louie McEwan
Louie McEwan

A better, more enthralling Star Wars story than the whole Sequel Trilogy in 5mins. That was absolutely excellent.

Vor 2 Monate
Shrey sharma
Shrey sharma

@The BlastEffect4 IT IS BAD ...what u gonna do huh ....change the FACT ??!

Vor 4 Stunden
Gabi
Gabi

I mean, is not that hard to make something more enthralling than the Star Wars sequels. Still, this video rocks and is freaking awesome.

Vor Tag
Inconsistent Content
Inconsistent Content

Agreed!

Vor Tag
The BlastEffect4
The BlastEffect4

if the sequel trilogy was as bad as you say, stop thinking about it, since it shouldn't be worthy of your thought, time, or words.

Vor 2 Tage
Alice is here
Alice is here

Not to mention the choreography. THE CHROREOGRAPHY.

Vor 5 Tage
Rólegt
Rólegt

I already commented this on another thread, but I feel like this kind of fighting style could fit in in the sequels or something taking place in that later time period. As the Jedi and their teachings started fading away, more practical and less flashy moves started replacing the spins and the flairs, resulting in a new kind of fighting style.

Vor 12 Tage
mike Luna
mike Luna

God, make this into a series. The barrage of emotions you feel through the whole episode, is just... wow. Doesn't hurt that the janitor was an amazing actor. Cause you're really experiencing this through her fresh and innocent eyes, and feeling her emotions. Her curiosity in the beginning. Fear in the middle. And finally, joy. Celebrating with the student through victory, in the end. I love the bonus emotions of eagerness, uncertainty and appreciation that came with the invitation.

Vor 21 Tag
mike Luna
mike Luna

@Arno Solo RIIIIGHT! The attacks (and defense) were simplistic and actually practical/real. Yet at the same time was filmed to look so flashy and complex.

Vor 19 Tage
Arno Solo
Arno Solo

Proof that you can make films with a good balance between Martial realism and spectacular visuals. Most Hollywood choreographers should take inspiration from this video.

Vor 19 Tage
ThatEditingBaka
ThatEditingBaka

I'd watch a series on this. The concept is cool. A high-tech school that specialises in Sci-Fi fights where death is but a hurdle.

Vor 12 Tage
Chad Hayag
Chad Hayag

I love that part where they low-key mocked the absurdity of the spinny spin moves

Vor 6 Monate
NecroCarnage Gaming
NecroCarnage Gaming

@Thaddeus Beadle honestly, i think the only reason the vast majority of that happened was simply because of Anakin being the showoff he is, wanting to demonstrate his "power" to his old master and obi-wan, fighting the urge to do what he really, clearly does not want to do, obliging to prolong it as much as possible so there may possibly be an end where he does not be the direct cause of Anakin needing a breathing apparatus and blowing up Alderaan some 20 odd years later.

Vor Tag
NecroCarnage Gaming
NecroCarnage Gaming

@VastyVastyVoid to be fair, they only used power attacks because neither of them knew how to actually fight with their invisible weapons

Vor Tag
Gregory Picone
Gregory Picone

I know LOL that was way to funny the other swordman's look on his face said it all !!!! Good acting lol

Vor Tag
Alice is here
Alice is here

Not just that. they mocked Djem So opening stance (second time he lost). Shows that if you just lift your lightsaber like that for a strong attack you are wide open.

Vor 5 Tage
Ravigyne
Ravigyne

@BasicallyCrazy It depends. If the wound was cauterized while there is no other negative external pressure being put on the wound, then the wound will remain intact. Cauterization will do nothing if centrifugal force is being put on the wound. Such as spinning around as shown in the scene. The wounded party in a lightsaber fight wouldn't stop spinning like was shown either. By all accounts the saber itself doesn't exert any opposing force when striking a material it is wholly capable of cutting through and certainly not enough to stop an object in motion or even significantly alter its trajectory as the blade itself has no significant mass. There is also the pressure of other organs above the wound to consider. Their weight would simply tear open the burned tissue, or the weakened and traumatized tissue around the wound. Basically the only thing keeping our insides inside is muscle and our skin. Had the victim been laid on their back and then the wound cauterized then there is a chance, slim as it may be, that he would have survived after proper medical treatment.

Vor 6 Tage
Just Me
Just Me

"Your body doesn't want to cooperate when it's scared"........... Best Advice To All Practicing Any Martial Art, Armed Or Unarmed. Just like the older quote "Everyone has a plan until they get hit in the face".

Vor 3 Monate
Reginald Uy
Reginald Uy

The warriors trained at this school have no fear of death. They've experienced it 1000 times.

Vor 26 Tage
MySickstring
MySickstring

This is very well done. With one small exception. The teachers laser sword falling into his chest after he fell, should have gone through him. Aside from that, it was extremely well done. To the point of having the correct holes in the student’s tunic after being resurrected. Loved it.

Vor 2 Monate
Does It Matter
Does It Matter

It's not your typical lightsaber, ai smart tech involved for energy efficiency.. it would only push through if there was a need for it, check the paperwork 🧐

Vor 17 Tage
cam burger
cam burger

Incorrect

Vor 29 Tage
Fed Ramirez
Fed Ramirez

Exactly. Kind of bothered me seeing that part. Otherwise, it was well done.

Vor 2 Monate
Maximiliano Vielma
Maximiliano Vielma

I've watched this video like 3 or 4 times already. Never gets old. I like how they portray the lightsaber as an actual product of advanced engineering, how the blade is portrayed as what is supposed to be, a contained plasma stream, finely tuned to a blade (that's why at the start it goes from flamethrower to blade at the turn of a knob) also the fight choreography is awesome, the teacher has no wasted movements and even shows the weakness of too much flair, or the "turn" thing, so prevalent in Star Wars movies and series (I get it, it's for aesthetic/dramatic effect, and sure turning around adds hittin power to your strike, momentum and all that, BUT it takes time, so you need to know when to use it or your enemy can take advantage of your spinning around, which is shown in the video). Also the concept that effort and practice makes the best. Is not like they take a bunch of kids and make them kill each other to weed out the untalented. They take everyone, teach them the basics, then practice. You got cut? we can fix that. Oh you lost your limbs? we can reattach them. Pupil got killed? No problem, we can revive them.

Vor 2 Monate
KLEK -O-
KLEK -O-

Kinda late ik, but I also like how in the fight both of them weren't doing a lot of heavy swings. I mean the sword is made out of concentrated plasma; you need little to no momentum to do damage.

Vor 2 Monate
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
Just Some Guy without a Mustache

Just imagine if humanity had that level of medicine and healing, the world would be a completely different place

Vor 6 Monate
Malcolm Kekua
Malcolm Kekua

It'll be a good thing and a bad thing

Vor 5 Tage
Eat Moneyz
Eat Moneyz

infinite death penalty

Vor 21 Tag
Drizzy
Drizzy

Its gonna be 1 billion dollars for 1 hit of that healing machine its unfair need a rupture world

Vor 25 Tage
Malvina Pushkova
Malvina Pushkova

And medicine that would heal old age, making elderly people young again!

Vor Monat
james allen
james allen

there was a whole lot of genuine German and Italian longsword techniques in there, mixed with some kendo. very very impressed. and the light sabres looked like real weighted blades that had momentum and inertia. something Meyer uses to great effect

Vor 20 Tage
Samuel Ansin
Samuel Ansin

Not sure how much weight a blade of plasma would have. It would obviously have some mass but no where near as much as a metal blade. So it would be a lot more complicated to fight with as all the weight would be in the handle.

Vor 2 Tage
oscar anderson
oscar anderson

I watched this without reading the description and was like, “hold up, this looks familiar” ain’t nothing more iconic than auchs guard

Vor 7 Tage
Tamu 'Kitam
Tamu 'Kitam

We NEED this to become a full series starring Jordan, with her learning how to sword fight and then being sent on adventures to further develop this mysterious school and the world around it.

Vor 21 Tag
Herbal cum
Herbal cum

This could literally be a whole series and it would probably be good

Vor 2 Monate
Jeffrey Warren Park
Jeffrey Warren Park

For once, a well done video! Much better than the usual "critiquing" of cg work. I REALLY wish there were more like this one!

Vor Tag
Ami Yamato
Ami Yamato

Stellar work by all. Beautiful lighting. Great to see Jordan in the main content. She's really good.

Vor 6 Monate
David Cruickshank
David Cruickshank

Love your videos!

Vor 6 Monate
Fidget
Fidget

@Atticus Have you learned nothing from Corridor Crew? That shot probably wasn't even her reaction to what just happened. If anyone is to blame it's the editor and/or the director.

Vor 6 Monate
Atticus
Atticus

@Raggedy Adams Nah no axe, just replying to the original comment and following with people who had axes to grind with me ;)

Vor 6 Monate
Raggedy Adams
Raggedy Adams

@Atticus hey, if you have an axe to grind with this, that's your lookout.

Vor 6 Monate
Mammal
Mammal

@Atticus What an extremely specific example, is it a fantasy of yours?

Vor 6 Monate
TheCanilianEmpire LopsidedTexas
TheCanilianEmpire LopsidedTexas

They should consider making their own program. Aside from the blade resting on the teacher's chest at the end, this was an absolute masterpiece that would suit perfectly as an opening to a badass show.

Vor 2 Monate
FazeSh!ft
FazeSh!ft

This needs to be feature length. A novel. Something! God, this is incredible!

Vor 13 Tage
Arthur Chase
Arthur Chase

Finally, a lightsaber fight using realistic techniques.

Vor 3 Monate
RamJamDee
RamJamDee

@half they do the spins to trick their opponents. Looks like you never looked this question up.

Vor 21 Stunde
half
half

@Yasininn 76 dude that's not true they do spin attacks spin attacks man like what how is spinning your blade around going to kill anyone or hurt them

Vor 22 Stunden
Yasininn 76
Yasininn 76

Realistic techniques for a human, not a force user either they're both mastering of form 6 or they're just practicing some irl form of sword fight

Vor Monat
Emperor Pronddaltuma
Emperor Pronddaltuma

Quintessential storytelling. In every aspect. Narration, body, language, action, special effects, and especially acting and script. The ideal heroes journey about facing the unknown, with an understanding of that psychological process which is reflected in the allegory of death and resurrection. Masterfully done in 5 minutes, what most studios can't do in 5 hours.

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Monika Salvato
Monika Salvato

Everything about this is fantastic 10/10, and I would love a sequel with her being trained. Only thing I can nitpick is just a thing from being a SW nerd, making fun of the sword spinning. In a real world sword fight sword spinning is incredibly dumb yes, but in SW they have a "canon lore" reason for it (doesn't mean I like it but it exists). Using the force for brief momentary foresight in battle, so the spinning and spinning attacks are to try and help throw off your opponent who is also trying to use that (If they do at all.)

Vor 18 Stunden
Randomly Entertaining
Randomly Entertaining

I love that the "expert swordsman" is the trucker dude who comes in to narrate everything just because you wouldn't think a guy that looks like that would be an expert in swordfighting. Also even if you took all the "cool juice" from the entirety of the sequels' lightsaber fights, you wouldn't even come close to matching the amount of cool juice in even 5 seconds of this fight.

Vor 12 Tage
Master Sarge Wall
Master Sarge Wall

Take the guy that choreographed this fight and put him on the team of every Star Wars project from now on. There's so much of a difference in how much tension you can bring to a film when the strategies, techniques, and considerations behind these warriors moves are based in reality. It's also a lot harder to tell who is winning the fight when everyone is flipping and spinning their sabers around and moving unpredictably (though unpredictable movement is a huge advantage in a fight). Don't get me wrong, I have loved Star Wars for as long as I can remember, and it's because of that love that I want it to be the best that it can be.

Vor 2 Monate
Rólegt
Rólegt

@FourCGames I feel like this kind of fighting style could fit in in the sequels or something taking place in that later time period. As the Jedi and their teachings started fading away, more practical and less flashy moves started replacing the spins and the flairs, resulting in a new kind of fighting style.

Vor 12 Tage
KrumpY
KrumpY

I'd say KOTOR's trailers are a good mix of both

Vor Monat
Vaisravana 20
Vaisravana 20

@FourCGames I mean I don't mind the acrobatics too much, as long as they kinda make sense within context. They ARE essentially superpowered beings after all. And they all have their unique fighting styles. But it bothers me a bit when one fighter kinda "waits" to let another one finish his spin instead of slicing them open when they clearly could. (unless it's implied they are just toying with the opponent or the like) Also, when you got a fight and a bunch of guys twirl around in the background chasing mosquitos instead of actually attacking it becomes just plain dumb xD Guess it is like with all fantasy/ sci fi stuff - it can be crazy, but it needs to make sense within the universe/scenario it plays in.

Vor Monat
FourCGames
FourCGames

They don't want to make the Star Wars fights realistic though. You think they wouldn't have already done that if they wanted to with such a huge budget that they have? Obviously they would if they wanted too, but they don't.. They aim for more of a stylized lightsaber fights, rather than realistic ones, as is often done in movies.. Sometimes things don't look as good when they're 100% according to reality. Most times than not, VFX are a mixture of what things should look like in real life and a stylized version of that..

Vor Monat
JDMeow
JDMeow

It looks just like the real thing in the movies, well done. Sound, effects, pictures, actors, they are all really good.

Vor 2 Monate
Hacksmith
Hacksmith

That was awesome!!! First saber looked like something new that we've been working on...

Vor 6 Monate
El Sheepo Doggo
El Sheepo Doggo

You guys were onto something with your first prototype. Can't wait to see the new one!

Vor 4 Monate
chickenugeets
chickenugeets

Ha 69th

Vor 4 Monate
chickenugeets
chickenugeets

Ha 69th

Vor 4 Monate
Joseph Reese
Joseph Reese

More please more

Vor 5 Monate
Sus Domesticus
Sus Domesticus

66 replies

Vor 5 Monate
Jan Tab
Jan Tab

I've always thought the more practical style of modern sword fighting to choose from for lightsaber fights would be fencing. I mean, it just makes sense. You don't really need two hands, since the lightsaber doesn't need much power to cut or to pierce. Usually a touch on the opponent would do. Two-handed handling also means you'd have to face square to your opponent, meaning more surface for them to poke. Unlike for fencing where, you turn your chest away from your opponent, thus decreasing the surface area for them to hit you and also increasing your range. Facing sideways also means that you'd be faster moving forward and backward due to lateral movement. You'd rather opt for more poking type of attacks rather than slashing. Since with slashing, the blade takes more distance to travel. This doesn't also mean that slashing is ineffective, you could use them but with minimal movement or use large swings as feints to get a reaction and look for an opening. And you don't really need that much to incapacitate them, even a half-inch wound would throw them off their case and grant you an opening for a finish.

Vor 18 Tage
Jan Tab
Jan Tab

@VestedUTuber great point!

Vor 12 Tage
VestedUTuber
VestedUTuber

You have a point to a degree, problem is that modern fencing styles descended from a method of honor dueling with a "to first blood" focus. The combat style has developed around simply landing hits, not necessarily the effectiveness of those hits. A fencer could stand there at maximum reach and keep shallowly poking you in the chest, and they wouldn't accomplish anything of worth in doing so. I'd argue that something closer to saber fencing or arming sword would be a better option, as you get that bit of extra focus on actual effective hits rather than just going for touches.

Vor 12 Tage
Jan Tab
Jan Tab

@Titanium Dragon true true, I was just thinking of fencing since this is a 1v1.

Vor 15 Tage
Titanium Dragon
Titanium Dragon

Very likely. In duels, people generally used fencing-style techniques because that is where fencing came from and is optimized for. That said, fencing stances are not as useful when fighting multiple opponents, or especially when fighting someone with a ranged weapon or a weapon which has better reach than yours does; while some of the stuff stays the same it changes in other ways.

Vor 15 Tage
Snaipor
Snaipor

only fault i see is at 3:40. You can see the lighsaber rods as a shadow against the wall. This wouldn't happen since they are creating light and light cannot have a shadow.

Vor 3 Monate
jobowisheshewasnomo
jobowisheshewasnomo

@Joshua Wheeler a lamp is physical

Vor 12 Tage
Ye Olde Dude
Ye Olde Dude

4:07 - lightsword turned on laying on the floor (or even body) without melting it is a fault too.

Vor 26 Tage
Psyl3ntKn1ght
Psyl3ntKn1ght

I feel like that missed a good opportunity to show some attention to detail there. the shadows moving the same in that sequence without the rods, would have been subtle but nice

Vor 2 Monate
Joshua Wheeler
Joshua Wheeler

Sometimes the lamp on my workbench casts a shadow in direct sunlight. Just depends on the intensity of each source.

Vor 2 Monate
Pvshka
Pvshka

Nice catch

Vor 3 Monate
marinus18
marinus18

Very, very impressive. Though I am glad the ones in official media are not like this. I feel it's best to have a balance of real sword fighting and magical spectacle.

Vor 2 Tage
Toby Rightenger
Toby Rightenger

I love how it’s like a karate class. Only the white belt has to kill a yellow belt to get that yellow belt though.

Vor 3 Monate
Schrödinger
Schrödinger

When Corridor creates better lightsaber duels than Disney That part where it singed his hair was magical

Vor 6 Monate
Im_NOTaPERSON
Im_NOTaPERSON

*Lucasfilm This was way better than anything done in the Prequels and the only duel the OT has going for it is from Episode 5

Vor 6 Monate
DualDesertEagle
DualDesertEagle

@The Burgundy Network Well that's what happens when someone ruins 2 franchises I like (and who knows what they're gonna do to the upcoming Avatar sequels, coz they've acquired that too!) just to rake in a bunch of money for other people's work! And had Marvel not made me boycott them for allowing brie larson to pull her 3rd wave feminist stunt of openly telling white men that they weren't welcome at Captain Marvel's premiere then I'd be scrutinizing everything they produce now that Disney has acquried them aswell! But yeah, since that 3rd wave feminist stunt did in fact happen they too can now kick rocks!

Vor 6 Monate
Cpt-Cheese
Cpt-Cheese

@Ransford Flentjar no, I was simplifying it, The Mandalorian already shows a better understanding of filmmaking than the sequels and is showing it is a great product of Disney and lucasfilm. The biggest problem I have with Disney star wars is the cancel culture and the firing of Carano

Vor 6 Monate
deathpiggy101
deathpiggy101

They make fun of both the prequels duals with the unnecessary spins like they all do and the Sequels with the long wind up attacks like Rey does. It always leads back to sequel hating.

Vor 6 Monate
Ransford Flentjar
Ransford Flentjar

@Cpt-Cheese So... The only two ACTUALLY good titles they've made are supposed to just make us forget that they fucked over George Lucas and pretty much stole Star Wars from him for their own greed and satisfaction?

Vor 6 Monate
eidod23
eidod23

this would make an amazing tv show. style it like dojo's that rival each other. it's not some extreme fate of the galaxy. we could see the journey of a learner move up the ranks beat his master then fight for the survival of their clan. it could take inspiration from Japanese samurai movies. but with a Syfy twist

Vor 2 Tage
LAMBDRIX1701
LAMBDRIX1701

I'd love to of seen this level of dedication and intensity implemented into the star wars films... especially episode 3 and all of the original trilogy films. This short little film is so epic, I can't stop watching it... top dog!

Vor 29 Tage
Jeffrey Noll
Jeffrey Noll

Umm speechless. Outstanding in every way. Basis for a series. Kudos to the manufacturers!

Vor Tag
Ace Galexy
Ace Galexy

I really love this video, I wish there was like a mini series that was like this

Vor 4 Tage
Isaac Kaiser
Isaac Kaiser

The teacher face of disappointment when the guy start pulling spins and twists kills me 🤣

Vor 6 Monate
GTA DanDinosaur
GTA DanDinosaur

@Darth Bane her hand did tremble just like his lol

Vor 22 Tage
Darth Bane
Darth Bane

@GTA DanDinosaur maybe... maybe I survived the transfer and only pretended to be Zannah

Vor 22 Tage
GTA DanDinosaur
GTA DanDinosaur

@Darth Bane I have a theory he survived the transfer

Vor 22 Tage
Darth Bane
Darth Bane

@Ji Cottrill Actually Darth Bane died from a failed essence transfer, after fighting Darth Zannah

Vor 28 Tage
Ji Cottrill
Ji Cottrill

@Darth Bane Darht Bane is dead. He died from a ruptured left nut performing a stunt on Jackass Forever.

Vor 29 Tage
Emperor Pronddaltuma
Emperor Pronddaltuma

I get it.. The reason why the Saber can sit on his chest and not cut through him is because it is made of plasma energy and has little to no weight. The weight of the handle is enough to sit on the chest keeping the blade away from the body. It's to add to the point of how to fight with a light blade and how the student pushed the teacher into making the over extended strike, that gave the student the opening kill strike. That's why they left the blade sitting there, nerds. It's how very good story telling is done. Efficiency on multiple levels in a short space of time.

Vor Tag
Krawm
Krawm

This was exceptional in its quality, excellent casting, writing, choreography, everything. Give us more Please.

Vor 7 Tage
TheGreatDabdos
TheGreatDabdos

I really like this concept, I think it should be a fully made show

Vor Monat
[;'
[;'

Honestly I was waiting for this to become more absurd and hilarious, but it kept its cool and half seriousness so bad I desperately want a whole movie out of this

Vor 4 Tage
Tinkuwu
Tinkuwu

The single mistake being fatal is highly realistic. I like it.

Vor 6 Monate
HeatherMills' PhantomLimb
HeatherMills' PhantomLimb

@Sky So Few wait, you mean lightsabers aren’t real? My entire life is a lie!!!!

Vor 2 Monate
CutTheRedWire
CutTheRedWire

@Sky So Few  if you know anything about the making of this video, you should know that statement is false

Vor 2 Monate
Clown Duckkky
Clown Duckkky

Nice

Vor 2 Monate
ace_ 1390
ace_ 1390

The Titel Was sword master help us make a realisick fight

Vor 6 Monate
Sky So Few
Sky So Few

Highly highly highly choreographed. Nothing remotely realistic about any of this.

Vor 6 Monate
lolstillshane TBP
lolstillshane TBP

This is amazing! Loved the idea of lightsabers being focused and stable pillars of flame. There are a few things that kinda ruins the immersion, like how the saber casts a shadow on the partition rather than lighting it up. The saber just sitting on the master's chest after he is defeated is also another flaw.

Vor 28 Tage
Umberto Eduardo
Umberto Eduardo

this is incredible, i really hope that you guys will continue this idea, beacause its one of the best star wars short film that i have ever seen

Vor 6 Tage
Mollie Crompton
Mollie Crompton

I would love to see a whole series created based on this. So cool!

Vor 22 Tage
Basil Benedict Lacandalo
Basil Benedict Lacandalo

Loving this sword fight! The real sword fight is simple but still cool to watch

Vor 6 Tage
msm12
msm12

You know it’s a good day when Corridor posts a video… *ON THE MAIN CHANNEL*

Vor 6 Monate
Indra Otsutsuki
Indra Otsutsuki

Are these real?

Vor 5 Monate
Clockwork
Clockwork

What, you mean Corridor Crew? =P

Vor 6 Monate
👺samurai boi
👺samurai boi

@Nathan Yan its free real estate

Vor 6 Monate
TabalugaDragon
TabalugaDragon

@gamechamp unfortunately just because they posted now doesn't mean their next video won't take them forever to make, only time will tell. I miss the times when they posted like 8-10 vids a year and all of them were awesome.

Vor 6 Monate
Michele Albano
Michele Albano

I am at a loss with words. "Impressive" doesn't even start to describe what you've done. You are great!

Vor 2 Monate
GrindStone
GrindStone

Holy crap this was fantastic. I wish this was an actual series lol.

Vor 27 Tage
IssakPlayz
IssakPlayz

Bro they should make this into a series they'll get a lot of views

Vor Tag
Timothy McCormick
Timothy McCormick

This is AWESOME. Love what you all did with this. I wonder, would you all be willing to do a retelling of the Kyle Katarn mini series from the fan-films? This just gives me chills, it's so good.

Vor 2 Monate
Anthony Paul
Anthony Paul

"Realistic fights are boring on screen" I don't know man, this one was amazing to look at. The stances and the movement were great. Over exaggerated at times, but still in a realm that didn't break my immersion. Really good work guys.

Vor 6 Monate
Anthony Paul
Anthony Paul

@Adrian Behme word! The Duelist is amazing and my god that fight scene is still amazing.

Vor 3 Monate
Adrian Behme
Adrian Behme

Whoever said that has never seen "The Duellists".

Vor 5 Monate
Spikem59
Spikem59

The reality is that they're *hard* and *expensive* to make engaging and fun, especially for an extended period of time. They're not boring by any means, and you can CERTAINLY add a level of exaggeration and fantasy to it to enhance the excitement, but Hollywood is simply too fucking lazy, greedy, and uninspired to do it and do it well. I for one can imagine full-blown battles and duels in a mega high-fantasy world or melee-focused sci-fi world using the basics of real technique and form, add in some exaggeration and fantastical elements that fit within their worlds, and play it out in my head like it's on a big screen and something that could definitely keep an audience's attention without shattering the immersion of people who know fuck-all about actual combat. The issue is that nobody in the industry is willing to spend that level of time, effort, and money to map out fights like that, train the actors for the engagements, and edit it well. The only people with the will for that sort of thing are SHORT filmmakers like Adorea and the people behind this short film, without the budget to make it grandiose, showy, and long like a full-budget movie needs to make an important fight scene. The most important thing about making such a fight is that you need to know the basics and how combat works before you can fantasize it, and you have to make it really count. A fight scene should have more substance than showy flahsy whirly-twirly spectacle. They should show us who the characters are, they should set the tone of the fight, they should be emotional moments or pivotal turning points in conflict with the proper buildup and payoff. The weight of fight scenes really lose their oomph when you make the movie utter nonsense spectacle with fights every three seconds that have no real purpose besides to look cool, and even more so when the writing around it all is dogshit. The only, and I mean only time that this truly works, is when your movie is making extremely creative use of the actual tactics/techniques used by fighters of the period, and I have yet to see a single full-budget movie that does this besides John Wick -- something owed entirely to Keanu Reeves being such a dedicated actor that HE took it upon himself to learn Krav Maga and train with a damn navy SEAL for those movies, and make some damn creative uses of that training.

Vor 5 Monate
Kai Creech
Kai Creech

I think it's more accurate to say that they're harder to shoot and keep engaging

Vor 5 Monate
Random Channel
Random Channel

True only problem is swords only had around 2 edges and lightsaberd have infinite so it would ne a bit different

Vor 5 Monate
Archon Studios
Archon Studios

This is amazing coreopgraphy, and I would love to see this done in some sort of series of it's own. HOWEVER, Star Wars is a sci-fi flick that deals with magic space wizards, moon sized space stations that turn planets into asteroid fields, And Wookies. This already requires me to suspend my disbelief. I came for the flashy lightsaber battles. If your complaint is "BUh It'S nOT rEaLIstIc!" I wonder where your inner child went?

Vor Monat
Dr.Fiction
Dr.Fiction

Damn, getting major Dark Souls vibes from this. I remember going through alit of the the student did as well in that game. And I loved ever bit of it. It emphasizes that you need to learn from your mistakes inorder to win...or be like me and beat your head against the wall until it cracks

Vor 8 Tage
Illum Stern
Illum Stern

Sounds cool. I... have a couple questions before I apply, though. First, what kind of student loans are available for applicants? I assume the kyber crystals aren't cheep, not to mention resurrection technology. That's some real cutting edge stuff. How much am I looking at in long-term debts? And second, What job opportunities would be available after graduation from your program? Would I be bodyguard to a member of the galactic senate? Would I end up as just some beat cop in a backwater world, forever underapreciated for my newly-earned skills with a lightsaber? Or, would it be like underwater basket weaving, in that there aren't any opportunities available for a productive position in society at all?

Vor 3 Monate
Eweco Rihun
Eweco Rihun

Guys, though this isn't a Star Wars fan film, it is still one of the best I've seen. Keep up the great work Corridor, and thank you for these awesome videos.

Vor Monat
Lachlan Barnard
Lachlan Barnard

I wanna see a series made out of this please make it happen I would love that

Vor 13 Tage
KOSM0S
KOSM0S

As a student of kendo I can really appreciate the work they put into this. The lightsaber duels in the later Star Wars films should have looked like this! Well done!

Vor 19 Tage
Martial Apologist
Martial Apologist

I'd pay money to watch this as an entire series.

Vor 3 Tage
Spiny Norman 88
Spiny Norman 88

Very nicely done. However, I think I prefer the original sound of lightsabers. That part didn't need changing.

Vor Monat
Metrack
Metrack

I like how they use the idea of "This school trains the best fighters" thing, but instead of the cliche of all students dying until one survive, they just revive/recycle them

Vor 5 Monate
TotallyNotEverything1.
TotallyNotEverything1.

I see this is like the masterclass, you get trained by the best of the best in realistic fashion with real lightsabres. they would die over and over until they reach the level of the trainer. Then they would graduate.

Vor Monat
Alex
Alex

@wkcia I do wonder though how that influences the fighting. Once you know there are no permanent consequences for your mistakes in this duel, will you continue to prioritize defense? That's not a good idea when in "real duels" you can't afford a single loss. In fact, I'd argue that luck still applies, since if the student tries a risky tactic, one of two things happens: either a) they get killed for it and the duel continues, or b) the tactic pays off and they graduate.

Vor 2 Monate
Morgan Walls
Morgan Walls

@Bad Request Unbelievable series and episode right there...

Vor 2 Monate
DynamicWorlds
DynamicWorlds

Yeah, I was about to call them on it having to be a fight to the death between student and master because of the obvious math problem, but then they rolled that out. Gotta say, that was a clever way to actually make that cliche make sense for a change.

Vor 3 Monate
Matthew J Barnes
Matthew J Barnes

Well yeah. We’re not stupid mandalorians. We don’t waste perfectly good warriors over bull shit.

Vor 3 Monate
Lucas Boyadjian
Lucas Boyadjian

Like the more science than fiction aproach. Would love to see some of the choreography style applied in further Star Wars content but I also feel it would get too much away from the real Star Wars essence, which includes the Force factor ie., something quite impossible to have irl. Awesome job!

Vor 2 Monate
Paul Putter
Paul Putter

I would love to know the lore outside of this school. So much story potential.

Vor 8 Tage
Jack Lambert
Jack Lambert

This is great. I’d love to see this concept grow into an actual movie. I definitely want to see more of this story.

Vor 2 Monate
TotallyNotEverything1.
TotallyNotEverything1.

Star Wars: The Reboot Trilogy it's now a space themed kurosawa film. Like how The Original Star Wars was. But with more realistic elements and Ancient Japanese Culture in it.

Vor Monat
Astroblaze the Reality Traverser
Astroblaze the Reality Traverser

man I was honestly expecting this to be satire for some reason -- making fun of all of Star Wars' usual melodramatic flourishes and all that -- but this was really frickin cool

Vor 6 Tage
Sensei Seth
Sensei Seth

THE HAIR BURN. 👏👏👏 loved it

Vor 6 Monate
Andrea P.
Andrea P.

@Me Myself and I yep, a very bad moment, ruined almost the whole video. Together with the "sword calibration" at the start.

Vor 5 Monate
Rich Hutchinson
Rich Hutchinson

@muffin 7& I 6^

Vor 5 Monate
The Tweeshrew
The Tweeshrew

Sensei what are you doin here

Vor 5 Monate
Cal The Konqueror
Cal The Konqueror

You have do sword martial arts now

Vor 6 Monate
Conto
Conto

I wonder if that machine can fix his haircut.

Vor 6 Monate
stilltlrforlife
stilltlrforlife

Please continue this story!!! My God does this short ever have the perfect makings of a movie, dialect and intensity is brilliant!!

Vor 7 Tage
Sean Miller
Sean Miller

very good! I could tell that was a real sword fighting technique, it was beautiful with the light sabers

Vor Monat
Daddy_Whitebeard
Daddy_Whitebeard

Your lightsaber will become a fine addition to my collection

Vor 3 Monate
iMMACULATiON
iMMACULATiON

This was genuinely kickass. Good job.

Vor 8 Tage
John Hagala
John Hagala

I love that they use the saber “properly”. The fact that it’s a weapon that doesn’t need a big honkin’ swing to cut a target was utilized well. Just *poke* -> *ded*

Vor 6 Monate
Stargazzer 811
Stargazzer 811

I enjoy the fact you put properly in quotes. We don't really know how a lightsaber would truely be used though we can inference alot from the lore. Form I of saber combat in lore is actually a fencing stance, if memory serves.

Vor 5 Monate
Stargazzer 811
Stargazzer 811

@DevilsM4rk The First Form of lightsaber combat in SW lore is actually a fencing stance for that reason.

Vor 5 Monate
Felix Fictus
Felix Fictus

If I were to design a Lightsaber combat style, it would be one that uses 2 IMPORTANT things. 1. You'll need mechanical hands from the elbows down. 2. Blasters implanted into those arms. Simply put, a jedi and a sith both suffer from limited range or week ranged offense and these enhancements would go a long way to fixing this. Also having the chance to use a variety of weapons by swapping blasters, grapple hooks, slug throwers, and flamers means you have the element of surprise in any fight. Admittedly this slightly limits or weekens the force powers available such as not being able to channel lightning or reduced fine control over levitation but it's a fair price. Also knowing your limbs are replaceable will make you more willing to mix in hand to hand and grappling maneuvers.

Vor 5 Monate
casey b
casey b

@Cameron Grondzki because for unarmored, 1v1 duels it's hard to beat a fencing sword. They evolved specifically for that task.

Vor 6 Monate
Dandy, Space Dandy
Dandy, Space Dandy

i wonder if a way to return to more typically over the top star wars fights would be to make force shields a thing

Vor 6 Monate
Raymond Montalvo
Raymond Montalvo

Make this a series I’d watch it. Just don’t forget about the lightsaber on the chest burning thru. Very well done!!

Vor 13 Tage
Devon Smith
Devon Smith

This was... An absolute joy to watch. The concept, the story as short and brief was exceptionally well executed. Really puts into perspective that "duels" and fighting styles still have purpose and validity even in fantasy settings. Star Wars being a blatant example.

Vor 23 Tage
Marcos Flores-March
Marcos Flores-March

Nice choreography! Much more realistic. It would have been hysterical if the “repair guy” put the detached hand in the incorrect position and fused it the wrong way.

Vor Monat
Anna The Stunning Rat King
Anna The Stunning Rat King

This was really entertaining to watch, would love to see more.

Vor Monat
Wƚ𝟭[𝟴𝟰𝟯]𝟴𝟴𝟱-𝟴𝟲𝟵𝟰
Wƚ𝟭[𝟴𝟰𝟯]𝟴𝟴𝟱-𝟴𝟲𝟵𝟰

📞👆👆

Vor Monat
OhKayGo
OhKayGo

*standing ovation* That was amazing! The best lightsaber duel I'd seen in a very long time. :D And now I want to know her story.

Vor 2 Monate
Jason Gutierrez
Jason Gutierrez

Would love to see a series of this tbh

Vor 2 Monate
Till Kaiser
Till Kaiser

Great video, outstanding choreography and effects. Showing the students high after realizing that death is not permanent in this fight was absolutely great. Though I believe there was one teeny tiny mistake in your video and that was at roughly 4:05 when the teacher gets beaten. There you can see the lightsaber lying on his belly when in continuity it should cut right trough him. Nevertheless, great video and keep it up 👍

Vor 3 Monate
Amedeo De Berti
Amedeo De Berti

Wow really fantastic! I love these sfx: it seems the swords cut very well and precisely. Instead of Kylo Ren's lightsaber in SW ix.

Vor 24 Tage
Jeremiah M
Jeremiah M

"There are two things you need to win a sword fight..." *Me, an intellectual* "First, you need a sword."

Vor 6 Monate
Ex mea sententia
Ex mea sententia

Everybody knows what happens when you bring a tool to a swordfight

Vor 4 Monate
Moaningbird
Moaningbird

This thread is legendary, thank you internet.

Vor 4 Monate
Brandon Muller
Brandon Muller

Teacher: Ok... 3 options then lol

Vor 4 Monate
Mando DW
Mando DW

If you don’t have one or both find a person with a sword, steal theirs and then fight them it works all the time for me.

Vor 4 Monate
LiamMcBillyBob
LiamMcBillyBob

I love this, but at about 3:40 the shadow of the prop saber is shown on the wall. There are a few other tiny errors. I would love to watch a series where the boys go back and "fix" little things like this in their old videos with their improved wizardry.

Vor 25 Tage
Brogan Nicholas
Brogan Nicholas

Y’all need to do more of these lol that was great!!!

Vor 24 Tage
Roland Hulme
Roland Hulme

This is BRILLIANT. So, so impressive. Actually made my pulse race to watch it.

Vor 2 Monate
EDIBLE *
EDIBLE *

What an amazing concept. this is a world I'd love to return to

Vor 4 Tage
Wisp Studios
Wisp Studios

I personally adore the part at the end where the teacher is genuinely proud of his student for winning. It's a really amazing touch.

Vor 5 Monate
Dinnerboons
Dinnerboons

@Scott Allen Naw, considering how he did that same overhand swing multiple times in the video without it getting exploited, I’m pretty sure it’s a normal sword fighting swing.

Vor 2 Monate
Dinnerboons
Dinnerboons

@Ncr Ranger well he was only flashy once or twice in this video. The rest he just wasn’t good or confident enough.

Vor 2 Monate
Scott Allen
Scott Allen

I wonder if he let the student win. He really telegraphed an exaggerated overhead swing for the student to exploit.

Vor 3 Monate
tmbottegal
tmbottegal

I would love to see this fleshed out even more.

Vor 3 Monate
Whitticker Fang
Whitticker Fang

We need more of this as a series

Vor 3 Monate
Super Ramtin
Super Ramtin

This is so freaking amazing that it looks like a clip from an actual movie!!!

Vor 3 Monate
Joe Davis
Joe Davis

This was so well done!

Vor 20 Tage
Patrick
Patrick

Honestly the best piece corridor has produced in years. this is why i fell in love with you guys... and that DJI Ronin 4D is putting in work, looks absolutely beautiful. the story telling in that choreography was soo intense, great job guys

Vor 6 Monate
Red Scalper
Red Scalper

Facts

Vor 6 Monate
Nathan Parry
Nathan Parry

I've watched this when it came out I'm watching it again and I'm still getting those chills of excitement this video brings me thank you corridor thank you Sam and Niko

Vor Monat
that random shadow clone
that random shadow clone

Is this a movie?

Vor Monat
Kevin W. Clark
Kevin W. Clark

Fantastic short video. I love that the student starts over thinking his style after losing a few times. Does a spin and instantly gets a slice to the back because he has no guard. Something that is constantly ignored in Star Wars and Hollywood movies.

Vor 12 Tage
Lethal Cuddles
Lethal Cuddles

this is amazing i would love to see a whole movie

Vor 2 Tage
RockStampPAS
RockStampPAS

This was done so much better than I thought it would be. Great story, great action, great acting. Favorite part is the regeneration guy getting annoyed about having to do his job do much lol

Vor 17 Tage
Bubba Fett
Bubba Fett

Honestly, Corridor should definitely make a full fledged series about this concept.

Vor 6 Monate
Bae-1 Battle Droid (again)
Bae-1 Battle Droid (again)

I think George Lucas kinda beat them to it. Would be hard to make a series like this without copyright infringement

Vor 6 Monate
ObiWeebKenobi
ObiWeebKenobi

I would watch the fuck out of this

Vor 6 Monate
Owen Bas
Owen Bas

If they do, they should make 4:03 a norm to add some jank. Something like "the lightsaber can't cut you if you're already dead"

Vor 6 Monate
Esa Edvik
Esa Edvik

They don't have that kinda resources and it would ruin their YouTube concept. I get why people want them to make longer form content though.

Vor 6 Monate
carlosfer2201
carlosfer2201

definitely. They do too much gun fights.

Vor 6 Monate
christian chacon
christian chacon

5 minutes defeating the entire Disney trilogy... this is what happens when you care about what you make beautiful video... not only the sword fight looks AMAZING while being 1000 times better than what Disney made, but the guy explaining to the girl and inviting her to join his school is 1000 times more interesting than Ray's training with Luke and the whole 3 movies combined.

Vor 8 Tage
Serendipity
Serendipity

Excuse me? This is increible, the writing and the special effects, high quality, insane.

Vor 4 Tage

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