Presentation on theme: "Rick Baker practical makeup effects artist. The following clip is taken from "An American Werewolf in London". A proclamation of Baker's talent, skill."— Presentation transcript:
The following clip is taken from "An American Werewolf in London". A proclamation of Baker's talent, skill and love for the craft of horror effects. Watch this And yes, this was done WITHOUT CGI (Computer Generated Imagery) BEFORE CONTINUING ON WITH THIS PRESENTATION, DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND WATCH!
You would be surprised... Wikipedia Filmography Makeup is an integral part of filmmaking, aside from the horror genre itself. Baker's credits include Batman Forever, Ed Wood, X-Men among dozens others. He is also credited with creating the effects in Michael Jackson's "Thriller"Thriller
First Job? Young Baker first assisted Dick Smith while he was doing the makeup effects for which classic 1973 film that tells the story of a young girl who is troubled by a demon?
THE EXORCIST! Sidenote: Dick Smith is another well respected makeup artist. He did makeup for "The Godfather" imdb pageimdb page
Tom Savini Another household name who is prevalent in the horror community. He also acts, does stunts and directs. (imdb page) George A Romero's Martin is what put him on the makeup effects map. He went straight through the pits of horror and left a mark on many films to date. He teaches an effects class at a University in Pennsylvania. This man is my personal horror makeup favorite.imdb pageMartin
Night of the Living Dead Savini remade the treasured cult film in 1990. HereHere is the trailer. Much of the original crew from 1968 handled behind the scenes aspects of this remake. TONY TODD is also in the remade version!
A Cameo It is always great to see Savini on the screen, especially when it involves effects. Watch him in "The Lost Boys 2" Watch at your own risk?
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