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    makeup
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    movie
  • a form of entertainment that enacts a story by sound and a sequence of images giving the illusion of continuous movement; "they went to a movie every Saturday night"; "the film was shot on location"

  • A story or event recorded by a camera as a set of moving images and shown in a theater or on television; a motion picture

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  • Motion pictures generally or the motion-picture industry

  • A movie theater

  • A film, also called a movie or motion picture, is a story conveyed with moving images. It is produced by recording photographic images with cameras, or by creating images using animation techniques or visual effects. The process of filmmaking has developed into an art form and industry.











movie makeup how to - The Filmmaker's




The Filmmaker's Book of the Dead: How to Make Your Own Heart-Racing Horror Movie


The Filmmaker's Book of the Dead: How to Make Your Own Heart-Racing Horror Movie



Produce, direct and promote your own chilling horror film with real-world advice from award-winning, independent producer/director Danny Draven! From the history of horror and the technique of the scare to pre-production and distribution, this complete, full-color guide to horror filmmaking uncovers all the insider secrets for creating your own successful movie. Sharing his personal filmmaking experience, Draven reveals how to create a spine-tingling horror film from start to finish. You’ll not only discover how to craft the story, but also how to master using production techniques, music, lighting and editing to thrill audiences. Straight-from-the-set tips will help you avoid common filmmaking pitfalls, and extensive information on marketing and distribution will show you how to get your film out to the public. Plus, learn from groundbreaking horror legends including: *Lloyd Kaufman, Toxic Avenger *Robert Kurtzman, From Dusk till Dawn *James Wan, Saw *Robert Englund, Freddy Krueger from the Nightmare of Elm Street films *Stuart Gordon, Re-Animator *Tom Savini, Night of the Living Dead *"Godfather of Gore" Herschell Gordon Lewis *Charles Band, Trancers *David DeCoteau, Puppet Master 3 *John D. LeMay, Friday the 13th: The Series *Debbie Rochon, Tromeo & Juliet *Reggie Bannister, Phantasm *and many more… Find even more hands-on horror advice and over an hour of video extras on the companion web site! Featuring: *Behind-the-scenes footage from Ghost Month, Cryptz, Darkwalker and Deathbed *A collection of independent horror film trailers *Sample scripts, schedules and agreements *Classic behind-the-scenes footage from Puppetmaster, Blood Dolls, Dead Hate the Living and more courtesy of Full Moon Features *Listing of horror film festivals and distributors
Whether you’re a first-time filmmaker or an old pro, Danny Draven’s book will likely show you scenarios to rattle your indie filmmaking bones or cause you to chuckle. No matter what your background, if you’re a lover of the horror genre, or a maker of independent films, you should pick up this book. - Film Monthly


*Write, produce, and distribute your own low-budget but high-quality horror film
* Find over an hour of behind-the-scenes video footage and movie trailers on the companion web site!
* Exclusive interviews with horror legends

Product Description
Produce, direct and promote your own chilling horror film with real-world advice from award-winning, independent producer/director Danny Draven! From the history of horror and the technique of the scare to pre-production and distribution, this complete, full-color guide to horror filmmaking uncovers all the insider secrets for creating your own successful movie. Sharing his personal filmmaking experience, Draven reveals how to create a spine-tingling horror film from start to finish. You'll not only discover how to craft the story, but also how to master using production techniques, music, lighting and editing to thrill audiences. Straight-from-the-set tips will help you avoid common filmmaking pitfalls, and extensive information on marketing and distribution will show you how to get your film out to the public.

Plus, learn from groundbreaking horror legends including:
*Lloyd Kaufman, Toxic Avenger
*Robert Kurtzman, From Dusk till Dawn
*James Wan, Saw
*Robert Englund, Freddy Krueger from the Nightmare of Elm Street films
*Stuart Gordon, Re-Animator
*Tom Savini, Night of the Living Dead
*"Godfather of Gore" Herschell Gordon Lewis
*Charles Band, Trancers
*David DeCoteau, Puppet Master 3
*John D. LeMay, Friday the 13th: The Series
*Debbie Rochon, Tromeo & Juliet
*Reggie Bannister, Phantasm
*and many more.

Find even more hands-on horror advice and over an hour of video extras on the companion web site!

Featuring:
*Behind-the-scenes footage from Ghost Month, Cryptz, Darkwalker and Deathbed
*A collection of independent horror film trailers
*Sample scripts, schedules and agreements
*Classic behind-the-scenes footage from Puppetmaster, Blood Dolls, Dead Hate the Living and more courtesy of Full Moon Features
*Listing of horror film festivals and distributors

*Write, produce, and distribute your own low-budget but high-quality horror film
* Find over an hour of behind-the-scenes video footage and movie trailers on the companion web site!
* Exclusive interviews with horror legends





A Look Inside The Filmmaker's Book of the Dead
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Storyboards help to visualize the scenesA sample film budgetBlocking a sceneSpecial effects make-up artistry










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day 326~slightly undead




day 326~slightly undead





i went down with my friend beth to madison today to find out how her baby is doing. everything is looking great! she's so excited. i got to sit in while they did the ultrasound. it was the coolest, most exciting and nauseating thing ever! freakin' awesome. the baby keeps moving and pulsing and you can see it's head and spine, legs, it's like beth has this alien growing inside her.
plus, i bought some zombie-like foundation today, just trying it out for an undead look with my new super cool gloves.
and then, after rob got off work, we went to see resident evil: extinction. not too bad. i scream during horror movies.

seeing as how i've only got 50 days left, i figured it was time to let you know some little known facts about me. starting on day 315, i'm going to add 3 little facts each day.

34. yeah, i scream during horror movies, and if you're next to me, i'll hold on to whatever i can grab, really really hard.
35. my first pet ever, was a rather large goldfish name, drumroll, Goldie. what can i say, i was six or so. goldie actually lived for several years until my mom boiled her in the sun.
36. out of my three siblings, i am the only one that does not have brown eyes. and depending on the day, my eyes can be blue, green, hazel, grey or even violet.











5/365!!!!! I Wont Even Remember My Last Name After Tonight....Part 1




5/365!!!!! I Wont Even Remember My Last Name After Tonight....Part 1





Wish I could shut my playboy mouth
How'd I turn my shirt inside out (inside out right)
Control your poison babe
Roses have thorns they say,
And we’re all getting’ hosed tonight!

-Lady GaGa"Just Dance.


Just getting ready to go out tonight, this will be a 2 part photo, the second part will be an after photo as this is the before.. Hope you all have some awesome plans for tonight, i know i do.. and please, make sure you have a sober driver....









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movie makeup how to




What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?






A cultish horror favorite, 1962's What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? will make you think twice before hungrily unveiling a covered plate of food. Bette Davis stars as Jane Hudson, a onetime child actress and singer. As an elderly woman, she wishes to revive her vaudevillian career, but she has become a grotesque caricature of her former self. Over the years as her star faded, the star of her older sister Blanche (Joan Crawford) rose, outshining the career of the has-been Baby Jane. Jane was relegated to minor roles, which she only won when Blanche demanded that she be awarded them. The film opens years after a calamitous car accident leaves Blanche in a wheelchair, with no one to care for her except the increasingly insane and sadistic Jane and their servant, Norman. Trying to punish Blanche for her years of success, Jane tortures the housebound woman, slowly trying to starve her to death, all the while attempting to recapture the fame of her youth. This dark drama also stars Victor Buono as the hefty pianist who answers Jane's ad for an accompanist, hoping to milk some money off the demented old woman. Both Buono and Davis were nominated for Oscars for their roles in this suspenseful and somewhat sick thriller that exploited well the real-life antagonism between Davis and Crawford, while at the same time rejuvenated both their careers. --Jenny Brown

A cultish horror favorite, 1962's What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? will make you think twice before hungrily unveiling a covered plate of food. Bette Davis stars as Jane Hudson, a onetime child actress and singer. As an elderly woman, she wishes to revive her vaudevillian career, but she has become a grotesque caricature of her former self. Over the years as her star faded, the star of her older sister Blanche (Joan Crawford) rose, outshining the career of the has-been Baby Jane. Jane was relegated to minor roles, which she only won when Blanche demanded that she be awarded them. The film opens years after a calamitous car accident leaves Blanche in a wheelchair, with no one to care for her except the increasingly insane and sadistic Jane and their servant, Norman. Trying to punish Blanche for her years of success, Jane tortures the housebound woman, slowly trying to starve her to death, all the while attempting to recapture the fame of her youth. This dark drama also stars Victor Buono as the hefty pianist who answers Jane's ad for an accompanist, hoping to milk some money off the demented old woman. Both Buono and Davis were nominated for Oscars for their roles in this suspenseful and somewhat sick thriller that exploited well the real-life antagonism between Davis and Crawford, while at the same time rejuvenated both their careers. --Jenny Brown










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