«"Scream of the Dead",*»
Herbert West, Re-Animator "Six Shots by Moonlight"
«I liked how you used chromakeying to compose the shots you desired--that's dedication and vision. You might eliminate the halo around the chromakeyed characters if you made your own blue and green backdrops darker (the ones that come with the software are a little too lightly hued, making them less ideal for chromakeying. Ben Tuttle's advice for using sets as props is also a great suggestion if you're using TM sets as the background (this way you can position the set any way you want, to get the proper shot composition).
As to the film itself, these installments are getting better and better. Great use of sound and music, as usual, along with some great suspenseful moments. »
«One highlight is the selection of music and the use of sound effects. It definiteky works and definitely helps set up the atmosphere. The cast was great and brought the characters to life. The cinematography was interesting, but there is something that I want to bring up.
The chromakeying was clever, such as making a crowd and the two shots. However when it comes to placing actors around the set, there's a much easier way. With a tarison blue screen, you could use set props and place them around wherever you feel like doing. If you need a set that needs to be converted into a prop, let me know and it can be done.
Otherwise it was a good film with great choices in music and sound effects. The best of the Herbert West saga with a very interesting title sequence.
«Bravo Joe...best one yet!
You assembled a great cast for this and it was the fine performances from everybody that really drove this story.
It was also very nicely paced and cut...music and sound effects assisted greatly here too and their timing and placing in the final cut make for a very atmospheric experience.
Always loved the work your opening titles for this series...same again here.
Very cinematic and effective.
Great work Dude:-)»
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