Friday, March 14, 2014

Define A Space- Holes of Hunter


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11 comments:

  1. I loved your video it was hilarious. The second shot with that epic music was my favorite one, the shakiness of the camera only added to the "fear" affect.

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  2. This was funny. It highlighted a real issue at Hunter but still made me laugh.

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  3. The sounds choices: excellent. I didn't know holes in the wall could be so scary.

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  4. I love the mashup of the genres horror and humor. Great execution. I also like how short it is, it intensifies the "fear" of these holes. Killed it!

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  5. I like the contrast of the really dramatic music and the mundane little holes in the wall. I would have liked if it went on longer, though.

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  6. Interesting choice in music - you could have played around with the color contrasts when editing; it would have made the orange/yellowish walls more vibrant.

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  7. the music matches perfectly with the video! lol its interesting how you use zoom in and extreme closeup shot to present this kind of horror feeling to the audience.

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  8. interesting topic and nice skill of zooming, focusing, also very stable.

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  9. I liked the music a lot and you have a great establishing shot, the only thing that might have made it better is if you had included more clips.

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  10. I like the initial sound buildup to the haunting wails/thrumming bass and the accompanying intro shot, it works well together. I only wish there were a few more holes of hunter!

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  11. I loved the suspense that the music creates within the shots. The close up shots of the holes proves the decay of hunter. It's the invasion of the cement holes.

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