It’s amazing what they can do in the movies these days, isn’t it? The film is on the home formats now, but Logan remains as one of the best movies of the year, but its awesomeness continues to wow as more and more about its technical attributes are revealed.

Here’s a brand new featurette from effects house Image Engine who have posted to Vimeo a before and after look at some of the incredible effects work used in the film.

What is remarkable about this is that it appears that Hugh Jackman’s face was digitally fixed upon stunt doubles in post-production at various points throughout the movie, the seams of which are invisible in the film itself.

Related: Logan review

The film is awesome, and if you haven’t had the chance to go see it as yet, make sure you do so as soon as humanly possibly, especially now that brilliant black and white version is available on the DVD and Blu-ray. We caught it at the Berlin International Film Festival back in February where it closed proceedings with a glamorous gala premiere. Most of this passed us by on that initial viewing [our review is linked to above], and to be honest, in the multiple viewings we’ve sat through ever since.

This is exceptional work. Take a look.

LOGAN | Logan Digital Double | Image Engine VFX from Image Engine on Vimeo.