It’s when you turn the final light off for the night that you know the thriller you just finished was good or not.
With The Invisible Man, you will absolutely look at the empty space across the room and quickly wonder, what if someone is standing right there?
The mind plays tricks. Maybe you turn the light on for a sec. You exhale critically at yourself for being so silly, smirk, then try to clear the mind, and drift off.
Writer/Director Leigh Whannell creates tremendous tension from shots that slowly slip away from our main character, Celicia, and into shots of long hallways, the corners of rooms, a doorframe, and lots of empty spaces.
Elisabeth Moss conjures deep emotions and continues to be one of the best at being distressed. The weight of her character’s trauma is told in her eyes.
New pic coming soon!
In the meantime here's an older one.
"Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is one of 50 or 100 billion other galaxies in the universe. And with every step, every window that modern astrophysics has opened to our mind, the person who wants to feel like they're the center of everything ends up shrinking." - Neil deGrasse Tyson
A blend of two shots taken at a fairly long focal length of 105mm
much needed escape to reset, release, and recharge🌤
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Blue Hour Bliss. That magical time of day sandwiched between sunset and night. The sun sinks below the horizon but its light hasn’t yet succumbed to the evening. This is a rewarding time frame to anyone who has endured a hot summer’s day and is both fleeting and saccharine. Settle down, gather around a fire pit, or find your best vantage point for stargazing. Here’s a round up of some shots that exquisitely capture the cabin life at blue hour —please tell us which one is your fave!