...that's nice; any eye candy?
Yes, you got it right. Clark made a comment that he would edit it as they went, so it's not clear whether the bleeps and pixelation were done by him at the time or later, after his footage was found. I loved that the can labels were pixelated and that curses were bleeped - lended great verisimilitude, since that's what he would have done if the food company wasn't a sponsor of the documentary.tiams said:So this footage eventually made it back to civilization and was edited (adding bleeps and pixelation)? Weird that the labels on the canned goods were pixellated.
It's only 8 hours so it's not a huge time investment. It's definitely worth what I paid to see it.Cearbhaill said:We recorded it and I'm looking for opinions on whether to watch it or not...
I deleted the SP after the 1st episode. :down:I gave it 30 minutes and turned it off and deleted the SP.
Poor use of the found footage handheld documentary stylization and the hidden beastie in the trees? Nope.
Wish I had taken more notice of that monster claw during all those teasers... was thinking just another spooky, unknown force. [i.e., the Smoke Monster] Not a fan of horror or the occult. Nearly stopped watching 3 times in the first hour and almost didn't watch the second at all, when I decided to give the full airing a chance. Nope. Visually too dark and kinetic for me to fully enjoy but I did find the OP's Hamlet comparison really interesting!The thing that turned me off from wanting to see if was that teaser commercial that showed that big green "monster" claw grab ahold of the boat.
My synopsis would be: Family and friends searching for world famous explorer Emmet Cole (think of a cross between Jacques Cousteau and Marlin Perkins) who went missing the the Amazon River area.I had too many conflicts last night (and a hockey game to watch as well) to record this. Reviews I read were mixed. Are they repeating this? Is it worth seeking out?