Please watch one of the alternative versions because I had to remove grain and signal noise from the standard version to get a watchable visual quality.
Now, put our beliefs aside for a moment. What if any of these stories were real? I have no doubt, almost everyone of us at least once asked himself this question.
That's right, I am no exception. It's the main reasons why I started the project. Apart from that, I'm not really interested in the horror genre, but I wanted to try it at least once.
The video itself has a dedicated film-like look. Features with: protected highlights, elevated shadows, film halation, film blur, film grain, signal noise, chroma noise, chromatic abberation, lens detail loss and more.
The main goal was to create a color rich, a bit pushed (but not necessarily authentic) 70's-80's 16 mm experience with some creative changes. Which helps the expansion of the music's atmosphere.
I used few stories from the source material and created a new one to fit better with the song.
P.S. The paper texture is the anime's own and not easy to work with when it comes to effecting.