And actually, I'm okay with that.
The peep booth was a big hit. It worked better than expected, and the lighting design I worked up for it actually drew comparisons to Kubrick. And a few other shots we did came across really well.
There is a freedom to location shooting within the Horror Inc. paradigm. The studio is constrained mainly because of time, so we don't get to explore a lot of camera angles and more interesting shots that we get to do when we have a location shoot. It allows for a richness that we wouldn't otherwise get.
This season in particular is really coming together. There are still some technical issues that we have to deal with, but for a no-budget show, we have some incredible stuff happening.
And it's because we have a good crew of dedicated people. And that is the most amazing thing of all. It's a great crew to work with, and I'm really happy to have a pretty regular gig doing it.