Today’s guest on CreatureGeek is Andy Clement. Andy is a makeup artist who is best known for his work on big name films such as Interstellar, Deadpool, Cloverfield and Guardians of the Galaxy. He was also a business and teaching partner with the master Dick Smith and is the keeper of the information passed on by him via the Dick Smith Special FX Makeup Course, a must-know for anyone in or thinking of getting into the business. If you’re digging this podcast, please head over to http://www.patreon.com/creaturegeek and support us with a few bucks. Thanks for listening!
CreatureGeek returns for February with one of the premiere makeup artists and sculptors working today – Norman Cabrera. Norman’s list of credits are a compendium of the best fantasy and horror have to offer and include such titles as The Walking Dead and Fear the Walking Dead, Drag Me to Hell, Kill Bill Voume 1, Hellboy, The X-Files, Harry and The Hendersons and many more. He reminisces about the 80s, the wild west of makeup and working with one of the greats, Rick Baker. If you’re digging this podcast, please head over to our Patreon page and support us with a few bucks.
Today’s guest is on loan to us from the UK – Stuart Bray. Stuart has lent his talent in special effects and prostethics to such big budget features as Shaun of the Dead, The Mummy Returns and Gladiator. He’s also worked on such iconic small screen shows like Game of Thrones, Waking The Dead (not to be confused with The Walking Dead), Hex and Doctor Who. He also has a fantastic blog at LearnMakeupEffects.com and his own podcast called Battles with Bits of Rubber. If you’re digging this podcast, please head over here and support us with a few bucks.
On this episode, Frank and I talk with Master Mold Maker, Rob Freitas. Rob has been in the industry for decades and is considered by many best in his speciality – mold making. Let’s put it this way: Rob is the guy that Rick Baker calls when he needs someone to make molds. It’s a fascinating chat with one of the premiere mold makers in the business. Also, if you’re enjoying this podcast and you want to hear more, please head over to our Patreon page and support us with a few bucks.
CreatureGeek is back for 2017! Our first show is an extra long one with an incredible guest. This week, Frank and I welcome sculptor and concept designer, Jordu Schell, who has been working in the FX industry for over 30 years. His resume includes such films as James Cameron’s Avatar, Hellboy, Galaxy Quest and 300. He also has an IndieGogo campaign running for his first movie Remote Viewing. Check it out and throw it a few bucks to put it over the edge!
On this ep, (The FINAL ep for 2016) Frank and I welcome Jeff Levine. Jeff is a producer who has had ,and continues having, an incredible career. Jeff talks a lot about the movie industry from a producer’s viewpoint and how that affects everyone working on a film, especially the FX and makers. It’s a fascinating hour that you just have to hear. If you’re digging this podcast, please head over to http://www.patreon.com/creaturegeek and support us with a few bucks.
This episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and I talk Dracula and Vampires. We chat about the original 1931 Lugosi joint as well as our favorite (and no so favorite) Vampire films. We also chat about a lot of other stuff that you are bound to enjoy. So go now and enjoy it! If you’re digging this podcast, please head over to http://www.patreon.com/creaturegeek and support us with a few bucks.
This episode of CreatureGeek, we talk to Norm Chan, the man behind Tested.com! We chat about my visit to Robert Kurtzman’s Creature Corps Studio and The Paranormal Penitentiary, about the haunted house season and we get into it in our discussion about Westworld. Yee-hah! Listen in! If you’re digging this podcast, please head over to our Patreon Page and support us with a few bucks.
On this week’s episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and I welcome Tory Belleci formerly of the show Mythbusters and of the upcoming Netflix show “The White Rabbit Project” – starting December 9th. Tory chats about his time being a model maker with ILM and his safety and well being as a Mythbuster. Thanks for listening! Also, If you’re digging this show, please head over to our Patreon page and support us with a few bucks. Thanks to our sponsor ScotteVest!
Len here! As the self-proclaimed fan of the show, I don’t get to play around in makeup, costuming and SFX as much as Frank does. So Halloween is the time of year that I get to stretch my creative muscles. In the past, I have tried building my own StarLord mask or cosplay as Short Round, all the varying results. This year, I decided to buy a costume off the rack and modify it slightly. And the costume I chose was DeadPool!
Check out the picture above to see what my costume looks like. I may try modifying it a little more and if I do, I will post some pics. In the meantime, feel free to post your own pics to show off your work.
Happy Early Halloween!