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Pitch Black Contact Lenses

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Pitch Black Contact Lenses

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    contact lenses

  • A thin plastic lens placed directly on the surface of the eye to correct visual defects
  • (contact lens) contact: a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication
  • (Contact lens) A small plastic disc containing an optical correction that is worn directly on the cornea as a substitute for eyeglasses.
  • (contact lens) A thin lens, made of flexible or rigid plastic, that is placed directly on to the eye to correct vision, used as an alternative to spectacles, or, if coloured, to change one's eye color cosmetically
    pitch black

  • Completely dark; as black as pitch
  • Pitch Black is a New Zealand electronica band that was formed in 1997.
  • coal black: a very dark black
  • (pitch blackness) total darkness: total absence of light; "they fumbled around in total darkness"; "in the black of night"
pitch black contact lenses – The Chronicles

The Chronicles of Riddick – Pitch Black (Widescreen Unrated Director's Cut)
The Chronicles of Riddick - Pitch Black (Widescreen Unrated Director's Cut)
When their ship crash-lands on a remote planet, the marooned passengers soon learn that escaped convict Riddick (Vin Diesel) isn’t the only thing they have to fear. Deadly creatures lurk in the shadows, waiting to attack in the dark, and the planet is rapidly plunging into the utter blackness of a total eclipse. With the body count rising, the doomed survivors are forced to turn to Riddick with his eerie eyes to guide them through the darkness to safety. With time running out, there’s only one rule: Stay in the light.
Pitch Black is the original sci-fi hit that introduced the world to the character of Riddick, the ultimate anti-hero. Take a ride on the pulse-pounding adrenaline rush that USA Today calls “the best excuse to root for the bad guy since Arnold in the original Terminator.”

Owing a major debt to Alien and its cinematic spawn, Pitch Black is a guilty pleasure that surpasses expectations. As he did with The Arrival, director David Twohy revitalizes a derivative story, allowing you to forgive its flaws and submit to its visceral thrills. Under casual scrutiny, the plot’s logic crumbles like a stale cookie, but it’s definitely fun while it lasts.
A spaceship crashes on a desert planet scorched under three suns. The mostly doomed survivors include a resourceful captain (Radha Mitchell), a drug-addled cop (Cole Hauser), and a deadly prisoner (Vin Diesel) who quickly escapes. These clashing personalities discover that the planet is plunging into the darkness of an extended eclipse, and it’s populated by hordes of ravenous, razor-fanged beasties that only come out at night. The body count rises, and Pitch Black settles into familiar sci-fi territory.
What sets the movie apart is Twohy’s developing visual style, suggesting that this veteran of B-movie schlock may advance to the big leagues. Like the makers of The Blair Witch Project, Twohy understands the frightening power of suggestion; his hungry monsters are better heard than seen (although once seen, they’re chillingly effective), and Pitch Black gets full value from moments of genuine panic. Best of all, Twohy’s got a well-matched cast, with Mitchell (so memorable with Ally Sheedy in High Art) and Diesel (Pvt. Caparzo from Saving Private Ryan) being the standouts. The latter makes the most of his muscle-man role, and his character’s development is one more reason this movie works better than it should. –Jeff Shannon

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JPAU02AUG04DH082.JPG EX PITCH BLACK
02/08/2004
Photo by Corporal (CPL) Darren Hilder

Sergeant David Geck performs after flight checks on a Royal Australian Air Force DHC4 Caribou aircraft after landing at RAAF Base Tindal during Exercise Pitch Black 04.

Exercise Pitch Black 2004 (EX PB04), which runs from 18 Jul 04 until 6 Aug 04 is the Royal Australian Air Force?s (RAAF) largest exercise in 2004 and will provide exercise participants with high complexity Air Combat training opportunities.

EX PB04 involves aircraft and personnel from the Royal Thai Air Force, the Republic of Singapore Air Force, the French Air Force, the RAAF and some Australian Army units. RAAF Base Darwin and RAAF Base Tindal in the Northern Territory will host approximately 1000 and 700 participants respectively during the exercise.

A small number of staff from the Royal Air Force are also participating in the Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC).

EX PB04 provides vital training for pilots and ground crew. It also tests Air Force’s procedures for deploying away from home bases and its interoperability with other air forces.

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JPAU02AUG04DH088.JPG EX PITCH BLACK
02/08/2004
Photo by Corporal (CPL) Darren Hilder

An F-111 touches down on sunset at RAAF Base Tindal after an afternoon sortie during Exercise Pitch Black 04.

Exercise Pitch Black 2004 (EX PB04), which runs from 18 Jul 04 until 6 Aug 04 is the Royal Australian Air Force?s (RAAF) largest exercise in 2004 and will provide exercise participants with high complexity Air Combat training opportunities.

EX PB04 involves aircraft and personnel from the Royal Thai Air Force, the Republic of Singapore Air Force, the French Air Force, the RAAF and some Australian Army units. RAAF Base Darwin and RAAF Base Tindal in the Northern Territory will host approximately 1000 and 700 participants respectively during the exercise.

A small number of staff from the Royal Air Force are also participating in the Combined Air Operations Centre (CAOC).

EX PB04 provides vital training for pilots and ground crew. It also tests Air Force’s procedures for deploying away from home bases and its interoperability with other air forces.

pitch black contact lenses
pitch black contact lenses

Pitch Black  [Blu-ray]
PITCH BLACK – Blu-Ray Movie

Owing a major debt to Alien and its cinematic spawn, Pitch Black is a guilty pleasure that surpasses expectations. As he did with The Arrival, director David Twohy revitalizes a derivative story, allowing you to forgive its flaws and submit to its visceral thrills. Under casual scrutiny, the plot’s logic crumbles like a stale cookie, but it’s definitely fun while it lasts.
A spaceship crashes on a desert planet scorched under three suns. The mostly doomed survivors include a resourceful captain (Radha Mitchell), a drug-addled cop (Cole Hauser), and a deadly prisoner (Vin Diesel) who quickly escapes. These clashing personalities discover that the planet is plunging into the darkness of an extended eclipse, and it’s populated by hordes of ravenous, razor-fanged beasties that only come out at night. The body count rises, and Pitch Black settles into familiar sci-fi territory.
What sets the movie apart is Twohy’s developing visual style, suggesting that this veteran of B-movie schlock may advance to the big leagues. Like the makers of The Blair Witch Project, Twohy understands the frightening power of suggestion; his hungry monsters are better heard than seen (although once seen, they’re chillingly effective), and Pitch Black gets full value from moments of genuine panic. Best of all, Twohy’s got a well-matched cast, with Mitchell (so memorable with Ally Sheedy in High Art) and Diesel (Pvt. Caparzo from Saving Private Ryan) being the standouts. The latter makes the most of his muscle-man role, and his character’s development is one more reason this movie works better than it should. –Jeff Shannon