Followers throughout Twitter and Reddit have observed that “Military of the Lifeless” has just a few pixels lacking from the image, forming a tragic little white spot within the midst of the motion. It’s totally distracting: the useless pixels solely present up in sure scenes, all the time in the identical place, and, supposedly, solely in 4K — however not in 1080p. At first, many followers thought their TVs have been the perpetrator. On Twitter, consumer @uzionmain wrote: “Massive ups to the one scene in ARMY OF THE DEAD the place the digital camera had a useless pixel for giving me a f***ing coronary heart assault that it was my TV … Scarier than the zombies.”
Nevertheless, a fast Google search revealed to followers that they weren’t alone in seeing these white pixels on-screen — it is an issue with “Military of the Lifeless,” however not anybody’s TV. On Reddit, consumer I_am_Nic posited that it is a difficulty with one in every of doubtlessly three cameras the film was shot with, writing, “[Y]ou can clearly see it in Dave [Bautista’s] reverse shot when he sits down within the diner at first of the film.” Different customers identified that they’ve seen useless pixels in a handful of different Netflix productions, together with “Shadow and Bone,” “The Irregulars,” and “Jupiter’s Legacy.” Person xevilrobotx wrote, “They’d be there for some scenes after which not on others. Got here and went, however all the time again on the identical few pixels when it could be there.” Within the Reddit thread, followers speculated that maybe it is a RED Monstro digital camera sensor that is accountable — each “Military of the Lifeless” and “Shadow and Bone” have been shot with RED Monstro — however they have been stunned nobody caught the plain white spots throughout post-production.
At this level, it is solely a matter of time earlier than #ReleaseThePixelCut begins trending.