“It’s so good!”
Tony (director of Photography) was going on and on about a certain horror movie. Actually, he had been pestering Alex (producer/director at Comofilm) and I (second camera person/ AC). I love a good horror film, but lately I felt weary of the genre because I’ve been writing a horror for the two this summer.
“I promise, you’ll love it!”
Continue reading Horror Movie Review – It Follows
Horror! Scary creatures, blood, guts, and murder! Count me in!
Continue reading Movie Analyzing – THE BABADOOK
I’m not religious, but as I’m standing outside the sunroof of Alex’s car, I’m mentally reciting some prayer about guardian angels my mom would recite whenever she was nervous. I’m almost thankful for the Saint Christopher necklace I’m wearing at the moment, but I have this mental image of this old man sitting in the clouds saying, “I’m not protecting that idiot! She’s doing this to herself!”
The car is zooming down a bumpy, red road with dark red dust cramming itself up my noise, fogging my glasses, and scratching my throat as Alex is driving as close as he can to a bike rider, Seth, without hitting him. Sam and Izzy are both hugging my legs while Tony is sticking most of his body out to get the rider and I know exactly how he’s going to be editing this.
Tony and Alex are shouting out questions to him. It’s hard not to suddenly laugh because I’m thinking how one of my professors told me the best interviews were when people were allowed to walk around. I wonder what he would think of interviewing someone on a bike.
Continue reading Sugar, We’re Going Down – Dirty Kanza
This probably doesn’t count as a micro-doc, but I really liked it and kind of wanted to talk about it. I’ve seen animation used in documentaries and this could be a documentary about a certain time of history? Alright, alright, I know, it’s cheating.
Anyway, I thought his was kind of a fun way to look back at history and turn it into a form of media. The story comes from a report from government official. Even though some of the observations made by the reporter could be explained away by science now (like how nails and hair do grow after someone dies), but it was a fun way to look at history.