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!
On this, the season finale of Creature Geek, Frank and Len welcome creature designer, makeup artist and character creator Shannon Shea. Shannon talks about working with Stan Winston, about his new project “Scream At the Devil” and also about his upcoming book. Let us know how you liked this season of CreatureGeek and if you want us back, let us – and the folks at Tested – know!
On this, the first CG for the year 2015, horror character actor Bill Moseley starts off the new year with some talk from the third side of the makeup world: the chair. Bill talks with Frank and I about his time in the makeup chair creating such popular characters such as ChopTop. He also talks about his time as a writer for National Lampoon. Plus, much chatter about cow anus’s being removed during alien abductions. Enjoy!
On this, our Christmas episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and I welcome Oscar Award winning makeup artist, Michele Burke. We chat about her method of creating iconic makeups like those from Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Tropic Thunder and Rock of Ages. We also chat about great gift ideas for the fan and the pro makeup artist. Happy Holidays everyone!
On this episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and I welcome Matt Winston of the Stan Winston School of Character Arts. We talk a lot about the school, growing up around such iconic makeup and designs. Matt also shares Len’s real name for the first time on any podcast.
Thanks to Tested.com for giving CreatureGeek a home!
On this episode of CreatureGeek, FX legend Steve Johnson stops by for a candid chat about the industry, effects and so, so much more. We also chat about his new effects house Brick and Mortar. (Some content NSFW.)
On this episode of CreatureGeek, Frank and Len continue a conversation started by Adam Savage on “Still Untitled” about what are the best makeups in TV history. We discuss a bunch of shows. Did we miss any? Sound off in the comments!
It’s the first episode of CreatureGeek! This is the podcast about SFX and makeup from a fan and pro perspective. On this episode, Frank and I find our footing, podcast-wise, and chat about our credentials, our first forays into makeup and special effects and more. Frank also shares some stories about legendary makeup artist, Dick Smith. Listen in, enjoy and let us hear your feedback!
Also, a big thanks to Tested.com for giving us a home and bringing us into their family of podcasts.