The Frighteners

Question: How did the people behind the film achieve the effect of making the actors look like ghosts. I truly have no idea.

Gavin Jackson

Chosen answer: It's all done by computers. This question could be credited to any film that uses CGI ("How did they show New York getting flooded in 'The Day After Tomorrow'?"). All computer work.

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