Multiple Dimensions: The Creatures & Effects of 'From Beyond' (2013)

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John Carl Buechler ... Himself (as John Buechler)
Anthony Doublin Anthony Doublin ... Himself
John Naulin ... Himself
Mark Shostrom ... Himself
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26 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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Red Shirt Pictures See more »
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This short documentary is featured on Shout! Factory's Blu-ray release for From Beyond (1986), released March 26th, 2013. See more »

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The Effects of From Beyond
11 May 2015 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Multiple Dimensions: The Creatures & Effects of 'From Beyond' (2013)

*** 1/2 (out of 4)

This 23-minute featurette has interviews with John Carl Buechler, Anthony Doublin, John Naulin and Mark Shostrom, the make-up wizards behind the film FROM BEYOND. Those familiar with that movie knows there were a lot of effects from puppets to trick photography and other practical effects. The four men do a wonderful job at talking about the budget they had to work with and Buechler tells some great information about the source story and how it really didn't have a clear monster, which allowed them to come up with their own ideas. From here they talk about who did what in regards to the effects and how they did have a bit more money than they did on RE-ANIMATOR. Fans of this film are certainly going to be entertained by this featurette, which does a great job at covering the most memorable special effects in the film. Everyone is clearly very happy about what they were able to create and this does a very good job at showing how it's always a team effort bringing this stuff to life.


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