That's going to need a lot of antiseptic gel!
She takes care of that in the hospital by asking the staff to open the blinds...
The only vampire film in years that I can remember being worth a shit.
|Adam O'Connell |
It was a great film but this was the worst scene in it, why does a technique like CGI, which looks so fake get used in so many movies?
Because it's easier to "direct" and handle continuity-wise than fake-looking animatronics?
And because having real cats really attack the woman might be questionable?
The thing is, the movie apparently has something like 60 CGI shots and it's just that this particular one didn't work out so well. The effects folks did a much smoother job with some of the other scenes, such as the scratch on Oskar's face, Eli climbing the tree, or any number of cases you'd never even think were effects-based. For example some (most?) of the scenes on the jungle gym were apparently shot in a refrigerated blue room and composited with the courtyard.
One of the effects guys (not the cat scene) had some posts on IMDb about it, though it looks like he pulled them. As I recall, his point of view was that if you could tell it was a CGI scene, he screwed up.
There wouldn't be cat-haters if the majority of cat clips were interesting.
|Freeman Gordon |
ahh sweden good old sweden.
Just because this movie is one of the greatest vampire movies in a long time.
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