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Celery: A Cinematic Go-To for Flesh Ripping, Bone Crunching Sound



Some people may well like hearing it more than eating it. We're talking celery here, which is used by sound effects people in the film industry to create that sick yet distinctive sound of bone and flesh being ripped away. In the audio clip below, BBC Radio's Francine Stock discusses the use of celery in film sound with longtime practitioner Barnaby Smyth. One film in which the veggie was put to good use is Alien vs. Predator.

Via Dangerous Minds | Image: Twentieth Century Fox


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