NVIZ Selects: Halloween Movies


It's Halloween! To get you into the spooky spirit, we've delved into our freaky filmography, and selected some of the frightful films and scary shows we've had the petrifying pleasure to work on over the years.

Whether you're looking for a horror movie or a family-friendly Halloween feel good, check out our NVIZ selects below!

The Witches (2020)

A family-friendly must for Halloween! NVIZ were proud to provide virtual production, visualisation and VFX on Robert Zemeckis’ reimagining of Roald Dahl’s classic. Read in detail more about our work on this menacing movie here.

Wounds (2019)

Directed by Babak Anvari, and based on the novella 'The Visible Filth' by Nathan Ballingrud. NVIZ provided Graphics and VFX. Some wounds never heal... 

Hellboy (2019)

Directed by Neil Marshall, Hellboy is the latest adaptation of the legendary comic book character - with a lot of gore! The Production VFX Supervisors were Matt Kasmir and Steve Begg, NVIZ provided visualisation and VFX.

Venom (2018)

Rightfully released on Halloween in 2018 for Sony/Marvel. NVIZ has a lot of fun providing visualisation for this Tom Hardy movie. You're in for a bone chilling treat.

Patient Zero (2018)

NVIZ provided Post Production Graphics and VFX for Sony Screen Gems' Patient Zero. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, Halloween wouldn't be Halloween without zombies.

The Ritual (2017)

Love getting spooked? The Ritual is for you. Working closely with Director David Bruckner and Imaginarium Studios, NVIZ helped bring Keith Thompson’s striking and iconic creature to life using a combination of motion capture and traditional animation.  Creature work, visualisation and VFX by NVIZ. Read more about our creature work on The Ritual here.

Carrie (2013)

A remake of the 1976 cult classic from Stephen King's novel of the same name, Carrie is sure to leave you and your friends scared by the end of the night. Production VFX Supervisor was Dennis Berardi, NVIZ provided VFX.

Frankenweenie (2012)

Calling all Tim Burton fans! Working with a director of Tim Burton's calibre is always an honour, and Frankenweenie was no exception. Read more about our VFX work on the show here.