A gaggle of resourceful Swedes have taken it upon themselves to remake the scariest scene from John Carpenter’s classic horror film, “The Thing”, using nothing but practical effects. And by practical effects, I mean a large majority of the props look like they were crafted from household items scavenged from a recently emptied crack den. The result is a short film that at just two and a half minutes long is already far superior to that terribad prequel Hollywood shat out back in 2011.
See it in action after the jump!
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