The Hateful Eight deserves nothing more than being forgotten.
Well sure, if your film isn't abstract. This technology would be great if you're trying to represent an alien species, or maybe an imaginary sequence where a person's emotions seem to be changing at an impossible rate. Or maybe you want to represent a glitch in time, where out of no where everyone's emotions but the main character's switches gears. You could act that naturally, but a scene like that actually calls for the artificial.
Because horror films shouldn't even exist.
I'm sorry, but compared to everything else I've seen come out this year, these clips don't seem that visionary or daring.
I second this question! I just got into podcasts, I feel like I found a pot of gold, but I'm not sure where everything is.
Virtual reality is going to change everything. I bet in 10 years, TVs, cell phones, and anything with a physical screen will be a thing of the past.