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  1. How to Make a Monster

    HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER is an amusing movie for any Monster Kid. Rated 3/5 Stars • Rated 3 out of 5 stars 03/31/24 Full Review Ted B 3.0 stars; Another one of those 50's 'Creature Features'. It ...

  2. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    7/10. Bizarre tale of a latent madman who wreaks havoc against the movie studio where he's employed. This disturbing shocker deftly contrasts make-believe horrors of motion pictures with the psychotic killers of. Morbius-13 18 May 1999. Movie audiences attracted by the sensationalistic advertising proclaiming, "See the ghastly ghouls in flaming ...

  3. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    How to Make a Monster: Directed by Herbert L. Strock. With Robert H. Harris, Paul Brinegar, Gary Conway, Gary Clarke. When a master monster make-up artist is sacked by the new bosses of American International studios, he uses his creations to exact revenge.

  4. How to Make a Monster (1958 film)

    How to Make a Monster is a 1958 American horror film drama that is notable for its inclusion of props and studios that created actual sci-fi horror movies.. It was produced and written by Herman Cohen, directed by Herbert L. Strock, and starring Gary Conway, Robert H. Harris, Paul Brinegar, Morris Ankrum, Robert Shayne, and John Ashley.The film was released by American International Pictures ...

  5. Review: How to Make a Monster (1958)

    How to Make a Monster was certainly the best of this cycle, precisely because of its penchant for self-mockery. The villain is Pete Drummond, an FX makeup artist who will soon be fired because studio executives have decided that teen monster movies are waning in popularity and are a black mark on the reputation of the studio. Instead, they want ...

  6. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    When a master monster make-up artist is sacked by the new bosses of American International studios, he uses his creations to exact revenge. ... Film Movie Reviews How to Make a Monster — 1958 ...

  7. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    When Pete isn't making up the actors into monsters and sending them out on their kill missions, he's being questioned by studio security, by the police at the studio, and by the police at the police station. For a guy who thought he had the perfect plan, he was being harassed by the fuzz before the first stiff had time to cool!

  8. Dante's Inferno: How to Make a Monster (1958)

    But way back in '58, there was How to Make a Monster. This 1958 meta-horror, directed by Herbert L. Strock, is about a special FX make-up artist who, after losing his job, takes revenge on the studio that he devoted his life to. It's not hard to understand why Joe Dante picked this as one of his favorite classic horror movies that helped ...

  9. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    How to Make a Monster (1958) Overall. 5.5/10. Movie Rank - 5.5/10. Summary. This is one of those high concept movies that rely heavily on an audience buying into a fairly ludicrous premise, unfortunately, the film becomes a little too talky and the thrills and chills this genre is meant to provide really don't quite materialize here.

  10. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    Review by Bruce Eder. How to Make a Monster (1958), directed by Herbert L. Strock, is one of the most wickedly funny horror movie satires ever to come down the pike, and it's so good, and so funny that one can even overlook the glaring hole in its plot -- that even if a movie studio were abandoning horror movies, there would always be ...

  11. How to Make a Monster

    A real treat for 50s teen monster movies, a sequel of sorts to I Was a Teenage Werewolf and I Was a Teenage Frankenstein, and an early send up and tribute to the genre. AIP studio declares "no more horror movies", so the aging make-up expert has to come up with a plan to teach the execs that monsters are still relevant.

  12. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    Find trailers, reviews, synopsis, awards and cast information for How to Make a Monster (1958) - Herbert L. Strock on AllMovie - Like many American International films of its…

  13. "How to Make a Monster" Movie Review Part 3 (1080p HD)

    http://gamexcess.netIt's Halloween and Maniac reviews one of the movies he got to watch on HBO when he was at the age he shouldn't have been watching it.This...

  14. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    The clarity of the presentation is solid and the film retains a level of grain that ensures an authentic and credible appearance. Even dark scenes are rarely problematic, with the blacks proving extremely solid, and the level of accuracy ensuring that this B-movie is visually absorbing throughout. Sound:

  15. How to Make a Monster

    Rotten Tomatoes, home of the Tomatometer, is the most trusted measurement of quality for Movies & TV. The definitive site for Reviews, Trailers, Showtimes, and Tickets ... How to Make a Monster ...

  16. How to Make a Monster

    Rated 3.5/5 Stars • Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/22/23 Full Review Audience Member Low budget monster movie that actually has a lot of fun and clever genre poking underneath a veneer of cheap ...

  17. How To Make a Monster (2001) Movie Review

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  18. How to Make a Monster

    A brilliant monster movie make-up artist is fired by the new higher-ups at his production company. He exacts his revenge using his creations, the teenage werewolf and Frankenstein, and hypnosis.

  19. HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER (1958)

    My review of the 1958 horror movie, How To Make A Monster.

  20. How to Make a Monster (2001 film)

    How to Make a Monster is a 2001 film starring Steven Culp and Clea DuVall.It is the third release in the Creature Features series of film remakes produced by Stan Winston. Julie Strain made a cameo appearance in the film as herself.How to Make a Monster debuted on October 14, 2001, on Cinemax.In 2005, it was nominated for a Hollywood Makeup Artist Award and Hair Stylist Guild Award.

  21. How to Make a Monster (TV Movie 2001)

    How to Make a Monster: Directed by George Huang. With Steven Culp, Clea DuVall, Tyler Mane, Jason Marsden. An evil video game comes to life and hunts the group of developers.

  22. How to Make a Monster (1958)

    John Ashley. Rest of cast listed alphabetically: Herman Cohen. ... Banks - Director in Projection Room (uncredited) Donald Elson. ... Police Coroner (uncredited) Rudy Germane.

  23. How to Make a Monster (TV Movie 2001)

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