It’s the season 2 finale of CreatureGeek and Boy Howdy, do we have a rock and roll guest to round off this season. This episode we welcome the incredible Todd Masters of MastersFX. Todd and his shop are responsible for effects in such shows as Fringe, Falling Skies, RoboCop, Tales from the Crypt, Slither, True Blood, Six Feet Under – the list goes on and on. He’s a true FX artisan and we are more than proud to have him on the program. Along with that, listen in on how you can win a Smooth-On trial pack for your next makeup.
Thanks for listening and we’ll see you for Season 3 in the fall!
On this episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and I welcome SFX designer, miniature wizard and camera king Christopher Warren. Chris is part of the Warren family that has over 70 years of SFX history under their belts with movies like T2, Moonrise Kingdom, the Underworld Series and of course, The Pillsbury Doughboy. We only scratch the surface in this interview and we hope you’ll agree, he is must return for season 3. Let us know what you think! How are you enjoying the shows? Sound off in the comments! Enjoy!
On this episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and Len introduce a new segment on the show that compares the new versions of movies to the old one. This time around, we discuss the remake of Poltergeist and how it stands up to the original. (Spoiler: it doesn’t). We examine the differences between the two and also make the argument that 1982 was the best summer for movies EVER. Plus, Frank teases an upcoming giveaway! Thanks for listening and if you dig the show, let us know in the comments. Also, if you have an opinion on our opinions, let us know as well!
Frank and Len welcome out guest Jim Eustermann, an actor/SFX makeup designer who has worked on Species, Pirates of the Caribbean and much more. Does Jim consider himself an actor or a SFX person? Listen in to find out. Thanks for your support of the show and thanks to Tested for providing us a happy home. Got an idea for a guest or a topic for a future CreatureGeek? Sound off in the comments!
On today’s episode, Frank and Len talk about the thin line between gore and reality and why it’s ok to be grossed out by reality. Len also puts Frank on the spot and makes him choose his Makeup All-Star roster. Also, a very belated birthday shout out to Frank. Enjoy the show and thanks for listening.
This week on CreatureGeek, Frank and Len welcome back one of our favorite guests, Shannon Shea. We talk about Shannon’s book “I’m Rubber, You’re Glue” and also chat about more about the industry. You’ll learn a lot. Thanks for your support of the show. Enjoy!
On today’s episode, Frank and Len welcome makeup artist Mark Viniello. Mark has a wealth of experience under his belt working for Stan Winston, K&B and with Weta for the Lord of the Rings series. Enjoy!
Thanks to Tested.com for giving Frank and I a home!
On this week’s episode, Frank and Len welcome actor and talent Brian Peck to the show. Brian is best known for his character Scuz from the Return of the Living Dead movies. Enjoy!
Thanks to tested.com for giving us a home!
On this episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and Len welcome academy award nominated makeup designer, Stephen Prouty.
NOTE: Frank and Stephen’s audio is pretty rough on this ep. We apologize for the technical glitches, but hope you enjoy hearing Stephen’s stories. We promise to have him back on a future show to make up for this.
Frank and Len are back for Season 2 of CreatureGeek! Frank and Len catch up on what’s been happening on their off-time, what movies they have seen and also discuss the future of the show. Also, even though we say there is video with this episode, there isn’t and we apologize. Len explains at the top of the show.
Thanks to the gang at Tested.com for giving us a home and letting us continue with Season 2!