I built a small model of it and while trying to figure out how to build it I ended up making five tubular pieces that fit together and afterwards while watching some behinds the scenes stuff on it, I realized that's exactly how they built the full sized version. It was fifty feet long by roughly ten feet high.If a set piece can be defined as a prop, I would love the "meat grinder" from "Event Horizon." I would actually love to build a full size replica if I had the space and the designs. I've heard it said that the cast had to get used to passing through it since the spinning throws off your sense of balance and orientation. It basically makes you want to step off, fall over or just throw up in general.
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