Washington Square's post-production and visual effects factory DIVE has had a busy year, and its deft digital work can be seen in Let Me In, the thrilling, chilling and -- yes, tender – tween-age vampire tale opening Friday. If the snow-covered New Mexico desert-scapes in Matt Reeves' movie look particularly eerie, thank DIVE for that, and also for the look on actress Chloe Moretz's face as she transforms from palid 12-year-old into bloodsucking, wall-climbing fiend. Altogether, DIVE produced 87 visual effect shots for the film.
Philly Visual Effects House Makes Vampires Real
DIVE, the Philadelphia Visual Effects house, is all over “Let Me In” and several other big new films