Horror Effects: Hosted by Tom Savini Trailer

Horror Effects: Hosted by Tom Savini Trailer (1989)

"An inside look at the biggest horror movies!" 01 January 1989 Horror, Factual 37 mins

Tom Savini has served as a makeup artist for some of Hollywood's most terrifying -- and disgusting -- creature features. In this instructional program, he takes fans behind the scenes to reveal the secrets of his craft. Clips from Savini's masterpieces, including the Friday the 13th movies, Dawn of the Dead and Creepshow, accompany a discussion of his career and some helpful tips for viewers pursuing their own Hollywood dreams (or nightmares).

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Cast

Tom Savini

as Himself

John A. Russo

as Himself

Crew

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United States 01 January 1989

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