white dot blinks across the screen, from left to right.
It settles on the far right-hand edge, then opens up to reveal the inside of a sniper’s gun barrel.
producer Brad Miska revealed the process in which they developed V/H/S, which included a "trust-fall" style of filmmaking.
All of the relationships came through the long history of Bloody Disgusting. A living film if you will." The film is presented as an anthology of short horror films, built into a frame narrative which acts as its own short horror film.
The opening credits were created by Kyle Cooper and his company Prologue, who also created the opening scenes for Seven and The Walking Dead.
Cinematographically, this was well done and interesting. I came across great angles with nice transitions, making the movie more enjoyable.
Kyle Cooper shot the basement scenes in the sub-basement of Mack Sennett Studios in Silverlake, California, a soundstage originally built in 1916.
He decided to shoot the entire opening credits in the basement to provide the view of the infantata, who lives in the basement.
By the time you see the ninth episode of this season, every image in that title sequence will be explained. What is the mystery of the floating white Christening dress?
Why is somebody holding hedge clippers that are bloody?