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[asked if his Vietnam experiences influence his makeup effects) I get asked that question a lot. I did see a lot of first-hand anatomically correct gore and I think the most important part of that was if we create a dead body or situation there's a certain feeling you get from seeing the real thing. If I'm creating a gory effect and I don't get the same feeling when I saw the real stuff, I'm not ...
Was originally supposed to be a special effects make-up artist on Night of the Living Dead
(1968), but was drafted to Vietnam just before filming began.
Realistic blood and gore effects, done with no preparations
The Godfather of Gore