'As the producer of films like The Ring and Mulholland Drive, Neal Edelstein is no stranger to horror films and thrillers. And with his new project, Haunting Melissa, he’s moved beyond traditional pictures with his first immersive production for iPad and iPhone. Available for free in the App Store, Haunting Melissa centers around the search for a girl who vanished from the farmhouse where her mother had earlier gone insane, but this story is told in a succession of videos released to the viewer in seemingly random bursts. The temporal extension – and unexpected timing – of the narrative through these push notifications brings the story into viewers’ lives over time, while the intimate viewing method of holding the screen and listening through headphones brings it into close physical proximity. Taking these characteristics of the viewing experience into account was one of the prime creative directives of producing Haunting Melissa, as Edelstein explains....'
On the panel were filmmakers such as Adam Simon, Misha Green, Drew Daywalt, and Mickey Keating. Thought they talked mostly about writing for horror, they did touch on how to come up with a horror movie idea, dealing with criticism, as well as the collective experience of horror films. Here are a few chosen tips from the video to get you started:
"3D movies are quite common these days, with many of the latest animated films, action-packed blockbusters and horror flicks being presented with a third-dimension. The passive polarizing technology used to display 3D in most movie theaters is also similar to those found in passive 3D TVs. However, the fact that some movies are presented in several 3D formats in the theaters can be somewhat confusing.
Most of us who've caught a 3D movie at the cinemas recently probably experienced the more common RealD 3D technology, while Imax Digital 3D (as well as its analog counterpart) is a format presented at Imax auditoriums. But is there any difference between RealD 3D and Imax Digital 3D? Here what we know."
Hollywood Horror History: Movie Makeup Greats Pave the Way for Modern Horror moviepilot.com Before the advent of CGI and post-processing, monster movies and horror films relied on practical effects masters to help bring their terrifying characters...
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