Thanks for that.
Here's some more Hoff
Disney's actually got the keeyash to go and buy the old equipment from antique dealers and curio collectors. Trying to imitate analog with digital will always come out looking off.
according to gunn in his facebook page:
With Dave Bautista (Batista), Pom Klementieff, Sean Gunn, Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Michael Rooker, Stan Lee, Chris Pratt, and, yes, Guillermo.
> actual MTV credits down to the Kabel font
> vintage whore makeup
> accurate costumes
> interlaced video transfer
> only the Billy Ray Cyrus dude with soul patch is an anachronism
That's probably actually Billy Ray isn't it
it's how she normally styles her hair. But honestly, I think she is one of those women that looks fantastic in any hair
like Rachel Nichols
I was half-expected a nod to WET HOT...THE FIRST DAY OF CAMP when the Robot took his head off here.
in Wet Hot, Cooper starts to DJ a party and then puts a ski mask on with an added ADR line: "Hey everyone, it's me under this ski mask and not anybody else! I'm still here!"
Same with that Outfit that Stan was wearing.
Bet they've got stuff from the Star Wars Holiday Special too. Its all on a Padlocked and Chained up Storage Room that has had the labels scratched out with a maddened hand.
I think 70s is easier to genuinely imitate because things were a bit more exaggerated (Soul Train, etc) whereas with the 80s aesthetic people tend to go too hard on the neon and synth and VHS effects.
Marvel is embarrassed by their cosmic characters and prefer to try to emphasize a sense of kitschiness of them.
Marvel is embarrassed of Captain America and decided to make him more like Tony