Wednesday, July 21, 2010

KOB Shot of the Day #48: Hammering coverage.

Shot with iPhone, click to enlarge.

The "brought in" atmosphere hovering just above our heads and twisting through the grass was purely Hammer Films. We all reminisced on our favorite from the famed genre studio (Mine would be WTHE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN) and then shot more 0's & 1's in the Mist. Darabont and Peter Cushing would be proud.


Blogger Alphaman said...

Looks gorgeous. I have to say, it's been great following the production day by day through your pictures :D

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Summer Glau Fan said...

Yeah so anyway, where are the Summer Glau pics?

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great picture. If I had the high-res I would crop it and make a new wallpaper.

Keep fighting the Good fight, and keep that Red Bull on tap! I suggest a double beer hat.

12:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is some awesome lighting...

3:34 PM  
Anonymous SirDavius said...

Universal and Hammer horror your talking...such a great vibe captured in most all there movies,wonder if alot of it was the B+W? with the Hammer films the UK has such great old locations really helps the goth feel about them,with the castles and old villages.Still watch alot of them to this day..

5:34 PM  
Blogger B-Movie Becky said...


7:51 PM  
Anonymous FilmFan said...

I stopped by and watched some of the filming on this night and yes, the look of the "fog" drifting thru the trees was perfect!

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Cristelle said...

Lovely shot. The dark figures, the mist, the light... it's very well done. I'm sure this will render very well on screen :)

9:29 PM  
Blogger viktr1818 said...

Great picture. Two of Christopher Lee's Dracula films (TASTE THE BLOOD OF DRACULA and SCARS OF DRACULA) are my own sentimental Hammer favorites, even though SCARS has a dismal reputation.

11:01 AM  

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