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Monster Man

Updated on April 2, 2012

Another cool reality show that I am kind of hooked on. I must admit at first I was like, it won't be as interesting but now that see it every Wednesday, I actually enjoy watching it. It is amazing how the creatures of the horror films are created. This whole show is like a step to step process on how they make the creatures. It is amazing how they can make creatures that look so real when you watch it in movies.

Cleve is the monster man. He works for a man named Roy and he happens to work with his two daughters and his ex-wife. Cleve is so calm whe he works on the monsters and masks that they have to create for the movies. Out of all the episodes that they have shown each movie producer end up happy with the job that the does.

For example, in one episode he had to make a two headed shark, now I won't get into the step by step process because I was just too amazed on how they did the whole process. Cleve took his girls with him to a short family trip to the ocean to see real sharks. That gave them motivation on how to work on the two headed shark. The finished product was good, they used so really gooey stuff for the blood pluse some pipes to make the attack look real.

Yeah, this one episode was also good, the had to make a biomechanical insect, half machine and half insect. Cleve took his family on another family trip because they wanted to see how to make the insect. Well, he took them at night to this infested building with all kinds of insects and bugs. That was really funny to see. They made the insect at the end of the show and it was really good.

Those are just examples of what they show. In every show they have at least two projects to finish. When it appears that they will not be able to meet the deadline they come and save the day or at times the night when they are about to shoot the scene. This show is worth watching. To those of you who wonder how creatures are made you will really like this show.

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      Priscilla 6 years ago from El Paso

      I think that some of the movies they make creatures for may be films in the making or even independent films. I know imagine how weird it feels to work with an ex.

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      smokingcupcake 6 years ago from Dayton, OH

      Well, after we watched the first one, we tried to track down a copy of Two-Headed Shark Attack. Unfortunately, it's not on Netflix or at my local rental place, which usually stocks a lot of straight-to-DVD horror movies. I think the family dynamic of the show is interesting. I can't imagine working with an ex and my children.

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      Priscilla 6 years ago from El Paso

      I really enjoyed Face Off as well. What episode have you really enjoyed?

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      smokingcupcake 6 years ago from Dayton, OH

      I'm loving this show! It fills the gap until we get another season of Face/Off LOL

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