Ah, the classics never disappoint.
New deliciousness from The Midnight Archive.
This…didn’t turn out like I wanted it to, but it still gives you an idea of what The Glow was like.
See, I bought some fancy editing software some time ago. It had a sharp learning curve, so it took me a while to get to it. Turns out, it’s not particularly stable. Just when I would have started polishing, adding comments, etc., it started crashing. So. Back to Movie Maker it is.
Today, we visit The Rattles in 1970. It’s catchy.
This vine arch by Oak Lane Cemetery is a work of art. Hard to believe it’s pool noodles and milk jug skulls!
The video below is just an overview. Here are details on forming the roots. There are about a thousand milk jug skull tutorials out there. Here’s one I grabbed from the side bar.
We visited Westminster Burial Ground on a beautiful sunny day. Birds were chirping, jackhammers were hammering. It’s just as well. I said stupid stuff on camera, and then I couldn’t go back for another take.
I didn’t include any footage of the church, so here are some pics of the pretty bits:
Teaser for an upcoming Midnight Archive film. I cannot wait.
If you’ve ever worked with a Super 8 camera, you’ll recognize this look. The direction is quite good. And remember, with Super 8, you gotta splice those cuts by hand.
I have no idea why I find this charming. Maybe it’s the Psycho nod at the end. Maybe it’s the dog.
I like this mostly for the inspiration.