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EPILEPSY WARNING! [ 02/17/2017 - 3:33 a.m ] EXPEDIENT X
Last night I tryed to sleep in a house with a curse. I installed 3 cameras in differents possitions of this room, and the cameras can catch a clown. This clown made me afraid when I saw the recording, I sleeped all the night but I had a nightmare… Code of this room (you can visit this room in ACHHD): 0091-5709-961.

libraleijon  asked:

In attempting to cope from the events of the new episode, I had to ask: when you record scenes with action (the very end of the new episode), is it awkward or entertaining to just have the actors standing around microphones making screaming and frustrated sounds or are you totally used to that? The image of that is just really hilarious to me for some reason.

Episodes 39 & 40 were actually recorded very differently from our usual episodes. Normally we record sitting down in my bedroom, but for these final two episodes of the season, we went to The Invisible Studios, which meant we got to do a little bit of blocking and were standing the whole time. 

For the end of this episode, we were all eight of us in the room together, facing the mic from various distances. Because of how the mic picks up sound, you have to face it the whole time, which meant that Charlie was basically sneaking up on us on his entrance (and that was very creepy and effective, let me tell you). We all had to be very, very still and then when the physical bit came, Briggon actually marched over to Charlie and the two of them went through the basic motions of what happened. Cue complete chaos. 

Sometimes the things we have to do for recording get a bit silly, but this was honestly chilling to do. Because I couldn’t turn around and look at Briggon and Charlie, all I heard was the distressed sounds they were making. It was an incredibly tense scene to record after about 4 hours of intense recording for Episode 39 and I found myself calling cut sooner and sooner with each take because I just couldn’t listen to it anymore.