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- adj. Of a scene shot while advancing the film in the camera more slowly than it will play on screen. This results in speeding up the action in the final film.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of undercrank.
And they go through an undercranked “run the film fast with wacky music” section in homage to what they thought of old movies.
The film clearly left its impression on the boy, who included an inversion of NOSFERATU's undercranked coach ride sequence in his official directorial debut, BLACK SUNDAY.
Donnie is a polarizing personality who has both devoted fans and unwavering critics, the latter often citing his apparent cockiness while picking apart his early screen fighting as sloppy and / or overly undercranked to artificially speed up his movements.
Panasonic's AJ-HDC27 VariCam replicates many of the key features of film-based image acquisition, including 24-frame progressive scan images, time lapse recording, and a wide range of variable frame rates (4-fps to 60-fps in single-frame increments) for "overcranked" and "undercranked" off-speed in-camera effects.