What’s been happening on the rest of IFC.com:
+ Video: How to Give Yourself a Black Eye – For Halloween, or just to scare your parents — makeup artist Rachel Pagani demonstrates how to make your own shiner,
+ Feature: Puddy In Their Hands – The Experts Speak – Stephen Saito gathers opinions from the pros on their favorite creature and makeup effects work from the history of horror flicks.
+ Interview: Tomas Alfredson on “Let the Right One In” – Aaron Hillis talks to the director about his vampire/coming-of-age movie, working with child actors and how technology has crushed the Swedish film industry.
+ Feature: Puddy In Their Hands – Ten Old Movie Makeup Jobs That Hold Up, Part I – Matt Singer gets into the Halloween spirit by looking back at famous movie makeup jobs that are at least 25 years old that have kept their power to scare the bejeezus out of viewers.
+ Feature: Puddy In Their Hands – Ten Old Movie Makeup Jobs That Hold Up, Part II – Continued from part one.
+ On DVD: “Flight of the Red Balloon,” “Mystery Science Theater 3000: 20th Anniversary Edition” – Michael Atkinson on Taiwanese director Hou Hsiao-hsien trip to France to take on Albert Lamorisse’s beloved 1956 short “The Red Balloon”; plus, plumbing the depths of the MST3K gang’s sophomoric, avant-garde repurposing of forgotten films.
+ Podcast: The “Killer _____” Movie – Movie murdering isn’t going to pay the bills. We look at the day jobs or convenient professions held by various slasher psychos.
+ Opening This Week: Brit horror, high school horror and Kevin Smith – Neil Pedley rounds up what’s new in theaters.
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[Photo: “The Exorcist,” Warner Bros. Pictures, 1973]