Horror School

Feature

Friday, October 27, 2006

Autumn is a time for students to hit the books but at Tom Savini's Special Make-Up Effects School in Pennsylvania, it's not books the students are cracking, but heads. A veteran of horror movies like Friday the 13th, Savini teaches students how to make the disgusting riveting, and why fear is their best friend. Matthew Cavnar travels through a dark and scary wood to find out how the tradition of hand-made special effects is staying current in the digital era.

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Matthew Cavnar

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