Monday, August 22, 2005

weekend zombie mayhem


filmed half of my intro to "satan's house of yoga" yesterday. this half was the zombie attack, complete with a guy who shoots himself, and then the zombie girls eat his brains off the wall.

5 Comments:

Blogger ponymeow said...

OK OK. PRETTY GOOD. ALTHOUGH, IF I MAY SPEAK FREELY AS A "MAKE-UP" ARTIST. THE MAKE-UP IS WAY TO WHITE. IT LOOKS REALLY GOOD THOUGH. JUST MY OPINION. I'M SURE IT LOOKS FAB ON DRABBY GRAINY FILM. I WANT TO CHAT WITH YOU AGAIN AND GET TOGETHER. GIMMIE A CALL TODAY AT WORK. K?

August 23, 2005 at 6:04:00 AM PDT  
Blogger gOnZoRiFFiC said...

yeah yeah yeah yeah. it's your fault for waiting till last wednesday to call me. geek.

seriously, i did ask for a more striking, theatrical skeleton type makeup. the zombies all appear in quick shots and come from the shadows, so i wanted to make sure when people DID see them, they made that mental connection right away that this was an undead sum-bitch.

oddly enough, i sent the director pics of the zombie girls and he hasn't responded. i hope he hates it. he smells.

August 23, 2005 at 8:30:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Kriscinda said...

Ha! That pic is fantastic! I've dabbled in "make-up" myself. It makes me think of New Orleans voodoo skull-esque type stuff. Know what I mean? I like it. :) With that explaination gonzo, I get where you're going with it and it seems like a good idea.

-Kriscinda
(Zombie-A-GoGo)

December 15, 2005 at 7:43:00 PM PST  
Blogger gOnZoRiFFiC said...

thanks! i was apprehensive about EVER doing anything zombie-ish because i have respect for fans of the genre and i know they like their zombies a certain way.

glad you caught the voodoo influence. we love 'serpent and the rainbow'!

December 15, 2005 at 7:54:00 PM PST  
Blogger Zombie-A-GoGo said...

Always, always, always do something different with zombies! :) Don't get me wrong, I love a "classic" zombie. While I also know that fans are very senestive about their zombies, I personally like a wide range of them. So, the more original a film, the more likely I am to enjoy it. Actually...I just watched this french film the other day--They Came Back (Les Revenants)--defifitely not your typical zombies, but what a fantastic film. So, yeah, there you go. The sub-genre desperately needs orginiality. I love Romero, but I love breaking his mold even better,

December 16, 2005 at 7:30:00 AM PST  

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