An amalgamation of reality TV with a gold mining aspect and night-vision ghost hunting. The mix of these two sub-genres provide a hand-in-hand approach to the gold mining industry which has traditionally been surrounded by ghost stories.
Face Off is a competition/elimination series exploring the world of special-effects make-up artists and the unlimited imagination which allows them to create amazing works of living art. ... See full summary »
I found this show very slow. John Zaffis seemed very well rehearsed and not really reacting to the situation, worse then that he was boring. I'm not saying this to be mean but his voice is like nails on a chalkboard. His children, who work for him, seemed to only be there for a paycheck and his team, though I am sure they are capable, provided little. It simply was not entertaining. There was also something about the way it was either filmed or edited that left me believing it was not spontaneous. It made it hard to get the good scare you want from a supernatural reality show. I didn't believe they just found the items. It seemed like Mr. Zaffis knew what he was going in to take before he started. It didn't seem new or fresh. More like Ghost Hunters Light. All the formatting, non of the thrills. I watched the whole thing but I lost interest very fast. I don't think I'll be watching again.
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