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How do you make a monster? This movie asks the prop shop of a movie studio. A guy who works on monster movies making the masks, makeup, and costumes should know, right? That's who the movie is about, and he gets made into a monster himself. A pretty cool concept, but the movie could've been better.
Self referential American International Pictures flick. One of several B-movies available on amctv.com. Quite ridiculous how the make-up artist adds some chemical to the foundation he puts on the young men who play the Teenage Werewolf and Teenage Frankenstein, which gives him hypnotic control and allows him to have a few murders committed around the studio lot. This movie has the strange distinction of shifting from black and white to color. Near the end when the make-up artist invites his assistant and the two young actors to his house to show them his gallery/shrine of children/monster masks he has created, I all of a sudden became aware that it was in color. I had to go back a bit to see when it had shifted. Why!? I don't know. It doesn't add much to this low quality picture.
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