I don't normally watch this show (or any non-fiction
show), but it's a fun one for scifi fans. It's your
typical competition show, where people compete to see who
wins. In this case, the competitors are making-up models for
scifi movies. In the DVD they sent me, they are given models
with weird hairstyles and then have to make characters to
fit the hairstyles. Two of the contestants are chosen
as best, and one "wins", meaning that he doesn't get voted
off in the next segment.
In the next segment, the contestants team up in groups of
two or three and then have to make a "beast" to go with a
Beauty and the Beast castle. Then they're judged by a
Famous Star Trek make-up artist Michael Westmore appears
to help coach the contestants (his daughter, McKenzie, is
the long-time host of the show). Film director Stephen
Sommers also appears to give advice to the contestants.
If I watched this type of show, this is one I would
definitely watch because it has cool make-up stuff that
looks like the people in the shows I watch. It's somewhat
interesting to see how they use makeup to create cool
characters. Also, I love McKenzie Westmore, who is a great
actress as well.
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