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Re: Flesh of the Void
« Reply #15 on: May 20, 2017, 03:54:44 PM »




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As promised, here is the second of the three new Flesh of the Void posters! This one is quite different from the last, with a lot of white in it, as opposed to the very dark previous one, while still perfectly capturing the grotesque essence of the film.

Poster art by David Chance Fragale.

Stay tuned for the third one tomorrow!


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Re: Flesh of the Void
« Reply #16 on: Yesterday at 04:16:41 PM »
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Check out this new still from Flesh of the Void! We're not gonna say what's happening in this scene, but besides being really uncomfortable, it's also quite sad. We're not going to say why though, you'll have to find that out yourself.

This particular shot, like most of the second half of the film, was shot on 16mm, and it's the exact reason why we love shooting it so much. The grain and sharpness are stunning, and it just has this organic, thick look that makes analog so beautiful. For exactly that reason, you can expect a lot more films to be shot on celluloid from Sodom & Chimera Productions in the future. Let's keep film alive!