I’m never comfortable calling a real-life crime drama a horror film as it feels like a disservice to the surviving participants of a life-shattering event to reduce their pain into a convenient genre label.
What has always set Fincher’s fascinating movie universe apart from the work of other, lesser directors is his painstaking attention to the tiniest visual details while still maintaining a focus on the story being told.
Case in point: Zodiac’s period digital recreation of 1969 San Francisco, which is practically undetectable. Heck, I had no idea that overhead shot of the cab from every commercial was created entirely in the realm of CGI!
Computer Generated Imagery — it’s not just for sci-fi anymore…Read More