The forest is a big spooky place.
The video clip in Snoopy-Doo comes from the Disabled vs Wild</a href> footage. My initial idea was to make a poor man’s Wavelength</a href> (1967), directed by Michael Snow. Using the FCP time remap function in the motion tab, I originally slowed the clip down to match the length of the Snoopy-Doo song I’d recorded. In doing this, I discovered that the clip itself had interesting sounds, particularly near the end. To ensure these sounds were not obscured, I increased the length of the clip so that it had handles extending beyond the duration of the song.
No hidden messages were intentionally put into the video, though people have commented the strobe made them feel nauseous.1 It is probable that Thom planted some secret messages. Thom has a penchant for secrets and he did bathe with hand sanitizer that weekend.