I don't think the rain drops are actually on the tape, they are to in focus. The rain drops are still on the window in front of the talent and the tape is just used for a blurring effect.
To have something in focus on your filter you would need a lens that had a minimum focus measured in mm.
Yeah spec bumps can suck sometimes but they happen in any tech industry so I'm not sweating that part. I'm a little bummed that if I use the same tier of upgrades I did for the original it comes out $100 cheaper. But that's computers!
Side note though, you sound like you're a giant douche to hangout with, and I don't have to, so I've got that going for me. ;)
I love the Evil Dead movies. I kind of define the whole series as gore comedy.
If you really want a rags to riches success story for true horror then I would have to say 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' (1974) takes the cake. Final budget of $300,000 and grossing over $30 million. It truly stuck terror with a ever possible "abduction and torture" theme which seemed possible in real life. It touched a natural fear people have. Similar to how people stopped swimming in the ocean or lakes after 'Jaws' (1975).
In TTCM, the sound of the camera flash bulbs in the opening scene/monologue has been copied so many times now in movies and music if only to establish the mood for terror. https://vimeo.com/72629426
And don't forget 'Halloween' (1978) $300,000 turned into $50 Million!
Oh snap! I had you pegged all wrong Renee. :) I would have figured a heading like this would have the world's female population crying, and such a phrase would set them back two hundred years. :P
Thanks for having a sense of humor. It is refreshing in these times. :)
Maybe I originally confused you with one of the other authors on here. Keep up the good work!
Five ways to speed up your editing in Adobe Premiere... switch to Final Cut X. :P
Under number 2. Trust your quick decision making.
"We were working in 130deg weather for six weeks..."
lol the record temperature for the planet is 129deg F.
I assume next time he tells the story it will be 140. :p
Christopher C. Burt, the weather historian writing for Weather Underground who shepherded the Libya reading's 2012 disqualification, believes that the 1913 Death Valley reading is "a myth", and is at least 2.2 or 2.8 °C (4 or 5 °F) too high, Burt proposes that the highest reliably recorded temperature on Earth is still at Death Valley, but is instead 54.0 °C (129.2 °F) recorded on 30 June 2013. 53.9 °C (129.0 °F) was recorded another four times: 20 July 1960, 18 July 1998, 20 July 2005, and 7 July 2007. On 21 July 2016, Mitribah in Kuwait also recorded a maximum temperature of 54.0 °C (129.2 °F), tying Death Valley's highest reliably recorded temperature on Earth, while Basra in Iraq reached 53.9 °C (129.0 °F) that day. In a second part to his analysis, he gave a list of 11 other occasions in which temperatures of 52.8 °C (127.0 °F) or more were reliably measured as well the highest reliably measured temperatures on each continent.