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STARRING
Trevor Horton (Host)
CONCEIVED AND DIRECTED BY
Tyler Benjamin
MPAA RATING
NR (Family Friendly)
RUNNING TIME
145 Mins.
DISTRIBUTED BY
Cheezy Flicks (DVD)

 "Create a Creature" Review 
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Brought to you by Trionic Entertainment and Cheezy Flicks, Create a Creature is a monster movie maker's dream, a step-by-step tutorial towards making a wide variety of cinematic creatures including:

  • Female Vampire
  • Clown
  • Kid Zombie
  • Werewolf
  • Horror Victim
  • Blood Model
  • Reaper
  • Kid Vampire
  • Male Vampire
  • Kid Pirate
  • Witch
  • Advanced Zombie

Rather than the usual excuse to show sexy people being sexy, Trionic Entertainment has done everyone a favor by literally creating a step-by-step tutorial (Admittedly, I'd say a fundamental knowledge of make-up would help) with actors/actresses as models who come in a variety of shapes & sizes.

Host Trevor Overton has a laid back presence that will help those first venturing into the world of costume makeup. Overton doesn't so much make it look easy, but he sure does make it less intimidating. Whether you're working on the set of an independent film or simply wanting to impress all your friends for the next Halloween party, Create a Creature is an informative and valuable resource.

Create a Creature is being released by those fine B-movie folks at Cheezy Flicks on October 25th, 2011. Visit the Cheezy Flicks website to pre-order your copy now!


© Written by Richard Propes
The Independent Critic  
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