Universal Orlando’s Horror Makeup Show – Episode 133

You’ll be laughing and screaming in this amazing show. I’ll give you front row seat at Universal Orlando’s Horror Makeup Show with some hilarious hosts who show off some cool special effects of some classic horror films.

Hope you enjoy today’s video, be sure to leave a comment!

Rick Howard

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6 comments on “Universal Orlando’s Horror Makeup Show – Episode 133”

  1. Robert Nordmark says:

    Hey Rick,

    That was a pretty entertaining show. I’m not into blood and guts. The old horror movies from the 1950’s were fun to watch. But after the 1950’s they became too graphic for me. To this day I prefer Micky’s Not So Scary Halloween Party. Having said that my favorite horror movie is Young Frankenstein.

    So Rick–what is your favorite horror movie?

    See you next week.



  2. Thelma Huss says:

    Good show, fun to watch. My all time favorite horror show was Alien for the tension it created.


  3. Nicklas Yeager says:

    Hey Rick,
    The show was very entertaning. I am not into horror movies either. Some of them are way to graphic. I did enjoy seeing how they did some of the special effects. I do not have a favorite horror film. I don’t like horror movies.


  4. Jean B says:

    This is a favorite show of mine at Universal. Movie makeup through the ages is a great topic and I just love the
    snarky-ness of the presenters.

    My favorite horror movie is the Mummy.


  5. Kevin Nelson says:

    That was a great show, I’m watching and laughing out loud! I really hate I missed it the last time I visited Universal! My favorite horror movie is JAWS! Que the music, da na, da na, da na, you get it! Keep smilin’ my friend!


  6. Peggy Hickey says:

    I saw this show ages ago, and it’s nice to see that they keep it fresh.
    They even showed scenes from one of my all time favorites, An American Werewolf in London.
    I love horror movies and I love special effects. I get double enjoyment out of a movie with great effects. If they are really good, I forget there are effects and get really into the story, and then later onI start trying to figure out how they did the effects. I love the digital effects, but there is so much charm in the makeup, and physical mechanics involved in non digital.
    Thanks, Rick, for the video.


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