Friday, January 22, 2016

Forced Perspective

At Winter's Night:  The Haunting of Hawthorne Cemetery.
Be sure to click on the youtube video.  It's pretty amazing.

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And here's that video.

5 comments:

Jay's Shadow said...

The detail in this is incredible.

JWFearman said...

Was one of my all time favorites at Universal! They even kept the sound stage cold so it felt authentic.

Joel said...

This was an awesome house. I didn't see them in the video, but the hooded ghoul costumes in the last image had a neat effect - the hoods had a black veil hanging down, obscuring the face. The actors could trigger an air hose built into the hood that would blow the veil up and out, revealing the face and activating a blue light in the hood that illuminated the mask for a moment. Really unexpected and fun.

Damian Michael AKA HalloweeNut said...

Hauntingly beautiful. A rather unexpected turn from HHN; they usually go for blood and gore. The use of forced perspective here is one of the best I've ever seen.

Mark Faucett said...

Still was my favorite house of the years I've been to HHN. Not the scariest but really well detailed and cool concept.