One dilapidated old warehouse, a curious filmmaker and a deep pit with a pile of old bones. If that isn't creepy enough for you, check out a single frame prior to the 18th second. Something appeared in a single frame during the filming of a timelapse and whilst the camera was left unmanned.
The seemingly furry creature with one bright blue eye remains an unsolved mystery...
Short piece to test camera equipment. Shot entirely with Canon XH A1 + Letus Elite DoF adapter. Nikon 85mm f1.4 for the sunset/golden slates and a Zeiss 35mm f2 for the waterfall clips. A1 doesn't have overcranking, so used 'Twixtor' for the slo-mo fx (Adobe AE CS4). I also used 'Neat Video' plugin as an effect in some clips to soften the image (normally used to reduce noise grain). I saturated the colours a little in post, but incredibly the Nikon 85mm (my fave lens) seems to be a little warm anyway, coupled with the Spanish sunset, gave excellent colour rendition.
Guinea pigs were my son and his school friend. Music, of course, 'Old and Wise' from the Eye in the Sky album, Alan Parsons Project.