posted on Aug, 19 2009 @ 11:05 AM
I would like you to remember this movie:
Blair Witch Project.
The first one was a success, the second wasn't. Why? Because the first was made with a normal camera, filmed with the angles and movement of an
amateur and 98% of the time you don't see anything relevant.
Now, anyone who came across movie makers and rules of "how to make people react", you would immediatly know this is a hoax, just for the simple fact
of it's simplicity.
1- Noise, and lot's of it. Screams and all those things that make you close your eyes a bit, or turn the volume down turn you perception off.
Meaning, you would provably miss a obvious clue that this was a hoax.
2- Camera movement. It's like striptease... You show a little bit, but if you want more you have to drop the cash. This is the same thing, you can
see the parts that make you sure you are watching an alien, but at the same time you can't actually analyze it.
3- Lights. People ignore the power of the lights in movies. Again, taking the BWP movie like an example, if you remember the light from the camera
focused the action, their faces, what was important for you to see, and left anything else out. There could be a sound guy standing on the corner that
you wouldn't have noticed it...
In this movie, why would the alien by standing PERFECTLY where the light is pointing at him, showing ONLY him? Usually when someone is interrogated
the light is on the victim, not the person interrogating.
4- The alien suit is just stupid and fake. Honestly, aliens can be fragile, small...but they can still hold their heads up, they don't simply let it
tilk back and almost break their necks.
And to the people claiming "if you would film an alien, you wouldn't get any good photage because you are nervous and all".
Well........no. It's actually the opposite thing.
People, from time to time, can be true heroes.
If you were being attacked by an alien, and you actually had the balls to pick up the camera and start filming, you wouldn't get half the way...
"ok, now I got the camera, so now I'm going to move my arms so it's impossible to see this photage"
If you have seen a lot of rescue/major event/catastrophe photage, people actually make very good videos. On 9/11 there were people who putted their
cameras on tripods ffs...
[edit on 19/8/09 by Tifozi]