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Mortuary Makeup Artist
- applies and changes makeup for photo sessions
- A makeup artist is an artist whose medium is the human body, applying makeup and prosthetics for theatrical, television, film, fashion, magazines and other similar productions including all aspects of the modeling industry.
- This is a person who applies makeup professionally to models and other people before they appear on television, in films or any other public platform..
- morgue: a building (or room) where dead bodies are kept before burial or cremation
- Of or relating to burial or tombs
- of or relating to or characteristic of death
- A morgue or mortuary (in a hospital or elsewhere) is used for the storage of human corpses awaiting identification, or removal for autopsy or disposal by burial, cremation or otherwise. In modern times they have customarily been refrigerated to delay decomposition.
mortuary makeup artist - Tobe Hooper's
Tobe Hooper's Mortuary
A Tobe Hooper Film. DVD Features include: Theatrical Trailer, Unrated Director's Commentary, Unrated behind the scenes featurette with Tobe Hooper, "Inside the Graveyard". When the Doyle family moves to a small town in California, they plan on starting a new life...perhaps a strange choice, seeing as this new life entails running the long-abandoned Fowler Funeral Home and cemetary. The locals fear the place, and there are whispers around town that not only are the grounds haunted, but that the Fowler boy, who wore a burial shroud to hide his hideously deformed face, still lives in one of the tombs there. The Doyles discover all too soon that the gossip is true. Someting lurks beneath the Fowler estate--someting that raises the dead from long-forgotten graves...something that feeds upon death itself.
This Mortuary shot was taken while on the set of "Sharp Shooter" Some Hallmark channel movie of the week thing. The cemetary is the Artesia area. Forgot the name, but its amazing. I showed up with my Airstar ballon lights for the night exterior shot. I wandered the halls a little and took some long exposure shots without a tripod. I used the floor and a pack of Parliment Lights. Later that night the wind picked up and started whipping my ballon lights around. It broke all the globes,(light bulbs) in one with a violent jerk. I took that one down and lowered the other one. It was on the roof of the Mortuary. I hung with it up there till it started pouring rain and they called the night. I was miserably cold and wet, and my heater in my car doesnt work. Got home at 530am looking like a miserably wet dog.
Mortuary fridges, Cookridge hospital Opening in 1869, Cookridge hospital seerved many roles, from a convalescent hospital, a maternity hospital and finally it's role as a leading cancer treatment site, ntil it closed it's doors in 2008. Now it is in the process of being part demolished, the three original buildings being kept and much of the 1950's and 1960's buildings being knocked down. Eventually it will be turned into a housing estate.
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Now Available on Blu-Ray Disc.
In the small town of Santa Loraina, California, the decrepit, long-abandoned Fowler Funeral Home has become a local legend. As the story has it, Zeb Fowler bought the land to start up a ranching business, but something killed off all the cattle. To make ends meet, Zeb became the town mortician, and the Fowler house was turned into a funeral home--complete with a cemetery for a yard. But the strangest part of the story is the Fowler's son Bobby, whose face was so hideously disfigured it was hidden beneath a burial shroud. At age eight, Bobby mysteriously vanished, and ten years later his parents were found murdered--their faces smashed in. Locals believe that Bobby is still alive. Today, the Fowler Funeral Home is the stuff nightmares are made of--backed-up sewage pooling in the yard, a house of filth, decay, coffins, embalming equipment, and a strange black fungus growing on everything--and now the Doyle family is moving in.
Having recently lost her husband, Leslie Doyle is relocating her two children, Jonathan and Jamie, to Santa Loraina so she can become the town's new mortician. But the Doyles have no idea of the horror that they're in for. Soon they'll uncover what happened to the Fowlers--what evil inhabits the grounds of their estate and what happens to anyone who steps foot there...