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JOHN WICK Done with Nerf Guns is Somehow Even Cooler

Every so often there comes a reminder that we should have held on tighter to our dreams as little kids. It hurt when our parents told us to come downstairs for dinner and we put our toys down despite knowing that we were going to be the world’s first professional stunt Nerf ninjas. We should have stood up for ourselves. We should have continued to Nerf our hearts out and practice. Because the latest video from Corridor Digital is further proof that, as an adult, one can actually make a career out of playing with Nerf guns.

Their video, Nerf John Wick, is probably the safest way to reenact the ultra-violent movie without a huge stunt and safety budget. Plus, it’s generally a great thing when a YouTube video production don’t leave dozens of bodies in its wake. Which is probably a lesson we here at Nerdist could learn. Corridor’s Nerf masters did a fantastic job with their ode to Wick down to some of the smallest details. Most notably their John’s movement through spaces and improvisational killing skills. The quick looks around corners, the extra darts to the head to make sure a combatant is down, and the stunt work these folks choreographed into the video is all more than anyone could ask for in a Nerf gunfight. All in all, Nerf John Wick is one of Corridor Digital’s finest Nerf works yet! And judging by the way this one ended, we’re due for some more Nerf madness in the future!

What’s your favorite part of the video? What element of John Wick do you wish they worked into it? Let’s discuss in the comments below!

Image: Corridor Digital


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