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Movie Review: ‘The Levenger Tapes’

The Levenger Tapes
Studio: Lionsgate
Cast: Johanna Braddy (Amanda: the hottie with a heart of gold), Lili Mirojnick (Kim: the tough, sarcastic BFF ), and Morgan Krantz (Chase: the puppy dog)
Genre: Found footage, horror, thriller
Rating: R for Terror, Some Bloody Images and Language
Runtime: 92 minutes
Release: July 5, 2016 via DVD, Digital HD and On Demand
DVD SRP: $19.98

Review:

The plot of The Levenger Tapes plays out like a How to Write a Horror Movie For Dummies book. With 90% “found footage,” 10% “tired cops who don’t get paid enough watching tapes at 3:00 am,” the film features horny co-eds partying during semester break in a secluded cabin in the woods who find bloody clothes belonging to a missing girl (spoiler alert: it’s Katie Levenger, the film’s namesake). They cross an Old Indian Burial Ground (SERIOUSLY!), are attacked by creepy The Hills Have Eyes-esque people lurking in the trees, before ultimately solving a local mystery a la Scooby Doo. Only with more blood, screaming, and camera shaking (naturally).

shoppingBased on my summary of the plot, you’d probably think this was a trite and cliche horror movie worth skipping, but not necessarily.

The relatable friendship between Amanda and Kim and the sub-plot of a small town’s investment in finding a local girl gave each facet of the film something thrilling and enjoyable. I really did like Amanda and Kim! I felt like their inside jokes, loyalty to one another, and even their bickering were relatable. Hearing the two lament about how they could have been spending their break on a beautiful beach resort versus running through the dark and scary woods was actually pretty funny. Unfortunately, I didn’t particularly enjoy (i.e. I HATED) the role of Chase, who bobbed back and forth between being the scared wimp and the machete-wielding hero. The performer’s acting chops also wavered. The only thing that was consistent about him was that he was 100% annoying, 100% of the time. As mentioned, I also liked the sub-plot of the missing girl, but that might be because I’m a sucker for true-crime stories, detective work, and investigations. I kind of wish there could be a “Katie Levenger” cut of this film, where they only show the parts featuring her. Sure, it would be short, but it would also be intriguing!

The sets were standard but fitting: a tacky family home with way too many floral adornments, a dusty abandoned house with vintage pictures on the wall, and a dark forest with tree limbs that reach out like hands in the dark. I also found the camera work to be suitable: shots with “night vision” were appropriate for the scene, and the movement wasn’t so jarring that it gave me motion sickness. The lack of score was typical for a found footage film, with music sprinkled in when the characters were listening to the stereo.

Unfortunately, my biggest complaint about this movie is that it wasn’t particularly scary.

I am often teased for being the biggest “scaredy cat” around, but this film did little to send shivers down my spine or make the hairs on the back of my neck stand up. In fact, during many of the so-called “scary parts,” I tapped my fingers on the table, willing the scene to be over out of boredom— not fear. To be honest, GeekGirl World, this is the kind of movie you watch if it’s raining and Netflix is broken and you’re waiting for your cake to finish baking. Not great, not horrible, just kind of inbetween. In a word, The Levenger Tapes is “Meh.”

For a closer look at The Levenger Tapes, check out the official trailer below:

What did YOU think GeekGirl World? Let us know in the comments section!

Be sure to catch The Levenger Tapes on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand beginning July 5, 2016— if you dare!

Want more movie madness, darling cinephiles? Be sure to check out our other film reviews here!

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Kid Reactions: ‘Lights Out’ Trailer

It’s The Mini here! I’ve been checking out my nerdy mom’s (GeekGirl Ari) reactions and thought I would do a few of my own. I don’t really like scary movies but for some reason I thought this would be fun to do for a reaction video.

Lights Out is basically a movie about people who get haunted by this thing when they turn off the lights. It’s written and directed by David F. Sandberg and is based on Sandberg’s award-winning short film which became a viral sensation. The film stars Teresa Palmer as Rebecca Gabriel Bateman as Martin, Alexander DiPersia as Bret, Lotta Losten as Estalle, Amiah Miller as Bard, Andi Osho as Tosihio, Ava Cantrell as Teen Diana, and Maria Bello. Lights Out is set to arrive in theaters July 22, 2016.

Check out the video below to see how scared I get from watching this trailer, and remember, don’t turn off the lights! And do me a favor and subscribe to the GeekGirl World YouTube channel!

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Fan Film Friday: Ripper (Batman vs. Jack the Ripper Fan Film)

London. 1888. Blood, gore, and more: Jack the Ripper is terrorizing the town with a flurry of gruesome murders. Too bad there’s not a hero to save the city! Or is there? (Queue dramatic music!)

This week I watched and reviewed a Batman themed fan film by James Campbell called Ripper. Combining elements of classic Italian horror, historical monstrosities, and good ol’ fashioned comic book super heroes, Ripper has it all! Made by fans for fans, this project was made possible by enthusiastic IndieGoGo supporters and premiered February 1, 2016. At the time I watched the short (just a few days after it was released), it had already garnered over 31,000 views!

Do I recommend Ripper to you, GeekGirl World? Find out in my video review below:

The project was based on Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, a collection of tales based on a Victorian era Batman written by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola with inks by P. Craig Russell. One of the things I love about historical fiction mash ups is that it makes the impossible seem possible! Considering Batman is the most realistic of all the heroes in the DC universe (he doesn’t have super powers, he’s just a skilled rich guy with epic resources), the story’s concept wasn’t far-fetched at all, and I was pleased to see Campbell’s team bring the story to life!

Watch Ripper and let us know what you think, GeekGirl World!

Want more Fan Film Friday fun? Tune in to past reviews!

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Nerdybound: 80’s Horror

The greatest holiday of the year is quickly approaching and what better way to celebrate than through fashion. Halloween has always been one of my favorite times of year, not only for the candy, but because everyone can dress up as anything they can imagine. It is a chance to be what you’ve always wanted to be, to let loose and do something completely out of your comfort zone, and just have fun. Growing up I always celebrated Halloween by watching all the classic 80’s horror movies and wanted to use those as inspiration this week. I know Billy and the SAW movies are far from 80’s, but he has such a classic look I included him as well.

Pinhead: Hellraiser

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Shop the look: YIANNA Steampunk punk rock faux leather buckle-up corset $29 Plus-size option:Worthington cap-sleeve seamed faux leather peplum blouse $24 Jade PU knee zip detail trousers $26 Plus-size option:ASOS CURVE legging with stud & mesh $34 Black patent croc cut out biker boots with gold clasps $15 Tenflyer retro women gothic black lace faux gem tassel necklace $2.37 Chicanova fashion pentacle cross earrings $3.30

Chucky: Child’s Play

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Shop the look: Blue button double pocket denim overall dress $18 Plus-size option:Forever 21 plus zip-front overall dress $28 Tanga Tee in black rainbow stripe by Motel $38 Plus-size option:Ralph Lauren plus three-quarter sleeved sweater $82 Rainbow stripe acrylic knee $13 Vans authentic lo pro black/true white skate shoes, pink $25 Knife necklace $28

Freddy Krueger: Nightmare on Elm Street

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Shop the look: Jag Jeans Wells tee classic fit shirt striped jersey $39 Plus-size option:Striped roll-sleve tee with zippered shoulders $15 Huntington rolled cuff distressed jeans $27 Plus-size option:Plus Ryan denim boyfriend jeans $40 SheIn black thick-soled PU boots $36 Mirror gold pizza slice acrylic necklace $20 Forever 21 women’s studded wide-brim fedora $20

The Leprechaun

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Shop the look: Crew Factory sleeveless cascade ruffle blouse $32 Plus-size option:Ashley Stewart button front ruffle collar shirt $37 Puff-sleeve Blazer $78 Plus-size option:Lands’ End plus size boiled wool jacket $80 Doublju Women’s cut out elastic waist sexy midi pencil skirt $12 Plus-size option:Alfani plus size classis pencil skirt $32 $36 ALDO Yuille bracelet $15 Bling jewelry gold plated celtic love knot earrings $18

Billy: Saw

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Shop the look: Long sleeve cropped button down shirt $23 Plus-size option: Bluetime women’s linen soft long sleeve button-down shirt $10LE3NO Women’s slim fit single button tailored boyfriend blazer suit jacket $29 Plus-size option:Black Ladies candy color plus size blazer $39 Black scallop hem suit shorts $15 Plus-size option:Women with control petite tummy control flounce skirt $27 Women’s pleaser dream 420W-red patent dress $42 NOVICA handcrafted modern fine silver dangle earrings $48 Fire engine red band collat bow tie $4.95 Collette Z Silvertone base metal ‘I Love You to Pieces’ puzzle necklace $19

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‘Face Off’ Ep 4: Frightful Fiction

This weeks episode picks up where the 100th left off and we finally found out who is going home. It is between Missy, Jason, Nora, and Meg. The judges decide that because of terrible anatomy and muddy paint Missy is the one who will be headed home.

Mckenzie announces that, for the first time ever, there will be no foundation or spotlight challenge, but instead they will be doing a focus challenge. The focus challenge is similar to a spotlight challenge but it forces the artists to focus on the face and will only have 2 days to complete so their edges, blends, and makeup must be flawless. For their first focus challenge and individual challenge they will be diving into the very popular mash-up of literature and horror along the vein of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies and Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter. Their choices this week are:

The Legend of King Arthur and his Undead Knights; chosen by Kevon and Ben

The Scarlet Letter: Puritan Poltergeist; chosen by Jason and Meg

Great Expectation of a Serial Killer; chosen only by Brittany

Gulliver’s Travels in the Underworld; chosen by Jordan and Nora

Don Quixote: Monster of La Mancha; chosen by Scott and Stevie

The Exorcism of Monte Cristo; chosen by Ricky and Libby

Sherlock Holmes: Bloodsucker; chosen by Jasmine and Evan

The two days pass quickly and some of the artists have major struggles with concept and execution. Brittany attempts an old age and burn makeup despite Michael Westmore’s advice to scrap the old age part. Jason has to walk away from his sculpt due to design problems before eventually returning and finishing it. Stevie is most worried about her paint since she admits to not being very strong in that area and Meg struggles the whole time with her paint taking on a weird texture and being way too purple.

When the artists get to the reveal stage they see that an additional judge has joined this week. Lois Burwell (from previous seasons) joins Glenn, Ve and Neville at the judges table. When the judges take a closer look, Lois comments that Brittany’s sculpt and paint remind her of a stucco wall and Ve then adds that Meg’s is like concrete. Jasmine’s is last to be looked at and Glenn loves it right away.

Kevon, Ben, Jordan, Nora, Ricky, Libby, and Evan are all safe this week and head back to the makeup room. That leaves Jason, Meg and Brittany as the bottom looks and Scott, Jasmine, and and a not-confident-enough Stevie as the judges favorites. Scott takes overall (and I couldn’t agree more – his attention to the monster’s face and overall anatomy is spectacular).

I thought for sure that Meg was going home this week, but in the end it was Brittany that the judges decided just wasn’t focused enough for the challenge presented to her.

Who were your favorite looks and do you agree with the judges?

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Trailer for New ‘Doom’ Game Hits E3, is Super Violent

To get a jump on this year’s E3 conference, Bethesda Softworks released a trailer for their upcoming Doom sequel at their pre-show conference!

Lucky for us, it was a combination of video and game play because they do not skimp on the gore. Check it out for yourself:

The trailer gives us the same first-person perspective Doom fans know and love and piles on all the surprise creatures, demons, hellfire, and chainsaws you can handle. Bethesda has yet to mention any kind of multiplayer facet to the game, but they say we can expect a new feature called “Doom Snapmap” which allows players to make game maps or even tweak the game’s rules to their liking while they play. So awesome!

While this title is definitely going to be more than my anxiety can handle, it’s sure to be a hit with all you first-person gore fans out there – and those of you who have been eagerly awaiting news on all things Doom. Look for the release in spring 2016 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.

Images and trailer courtesy of Bethesda Softworks.

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Review: Anathema #1

ANATHEMA: THE EVIL THAT MEN DO

WRITER: Rachel Deering
ARTISTS: Chris Mooneyham, Wesley St. Clare
FORMAT: TPB
PUBLISHER: Titan Comics
PAGE-COUNT: 96
ISBN: 9781782762935
PRICE: $12.99/$14.99 CAN/£9.99

​COMIC STORE RELEASE​
DATE: May 13, 2015

​BOOK STORE RELEASE​
DATE:  ​June ​9, 2015

Anathema_PREVIEW3Chapter one opens upon a horror. In a familiar scene, a preacher holds a Bible to the sky as he condemns and burns a heathen at the stake. As the panels unfold, we discover that this woman was his daughter, Sarah, whose crime was falling in love with another woman. Our protagonist, Anathema, watches her love burn. Unable to tear herself away, Anathema witnesses something peculiar: a constable of ravens dive downward, kill all there in witness, then steal Sarah’s soul.

While I appreciate Rachel Deering’s unique perspective on an otherwise classic scenario with two women in love instead of a male Anathema and an eliminated female character, I have to question the use of ravens. The raven has been a classic totem in dark genre fiction and horror, even before Edgar Allan Poe’s great poem. To distance herself from what seem to be a road of horror tropes, could Deering not have used another vehicle to steal Sarah’s soul?

The novel is filled with many clichés, including that of the wise man living in solitude who helps our heroine along Anathema_PREVIEWher path to avenge the death of her beloved. He informs her, in painstaking exposition, of a doctor who lived long ago who follows the archetype of many villains before him: the doctor lost everything and turns to the side of evil, becoming the wretched Karnstein.

Although Karnstein’s back story is a little banal, there were parts of it that seemed worth delving into. By the time the five page exposition was complete, I wondered why I wasn’t reading a stand-alone book about Karnstein. He may be evil, but he seemed far more interesting than our heroine.

At this point, it becomes very apparent that while this book may have some distance to travel before truly engaging the reader with the protagonist, the art is responsible for shifting the mood panel by panel. The dark nature of the novel was echoed accurately in the art. Christopher Mooneyham and Wesley St. Claire may be highly inspired by horror art styles of the past but they skillfully create unique environments for each phase of the story. I found myself caring for Anathema, not because I was sympathetic to her plight, but because the art moved me to care.

Anathema_PREVIEW2As the art moves from gritty, blended strokes to a dark yet solid style, the wise man tells Anathema that she must avenge her girlfriend’s death, not by killing Sarah’s father but by taking on Karnstein and releasing Sarah’s soul. He hands Anathema a tube filled with an unnamed liquid, tells her to drink it to “become one with the wolf.” Predictably, and part of a necessary plot device, she does drink it and finds herself turning into a werewolf, thus beginning her descent into Karnstein’s mad world.

Though I may seem determined to dislike this book, I have high hopes for its next issue. This was simply the introductory issue and the fact that it could provoke any strong opinion, even critical, speaks to the powerful nature of Deering’s words and the universe she created.

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Penny Dreadful Fashion Collection

Hot Topic is premiering their exclusive limited edition fashion collection all inspired by Showtime’s Penny Dreadful. This year, Hot Topic is collaborating with the pop culture entertainment world to bring us one of a kind fashion collections inspired by our favorite shows and movies. I was a huge fan of their first collection featuring Orphan Black, they literally had me screaming with delight with their Avenger’s collection, and their new Penny Dreadful collection is no exception.

In order to truly appreciate this collection, it really helps if you’re familiar with the series. Penny Dreadful is a psychological horror drama set in Victorian London. The series, a horror fiction fan’s dream, is influenced heavily by Frankenstein, The Picture of Dorian Gray, Dracula, and the name itself refers to the penny dreadfuls of the day. Penny dreadfuls were stories that were exploitative in nature about the supernatural, detectives, and criminals; they were printed on cheap pulp paper and sold for a penny in 19th century Britain. The show is currently airing its second season Sunday nights on Showtime. It’s filled with mystery, old magic, and has a beautiful romantic Gothic feel to it. This romantic Gothic influence is exhibited throughout the entire collection. If you have a love for turn of the century Victorian London, and a fascination with the macabre, this collection was made for you. Let’s go through it piece by piece:

Scorpion Print Dress

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The scorpion is the chosen symbol for one of the show’s lead characters Vanessa Ives, she’s a medium fascinated with the supernatural and literally fighting good and evil within her. The scorpion is a known symbol in astrology representing death and regeneration, and is associated with people that are enigmatic, passionate, and obsessed with secrets. So you can see why the scorpion is so heavily featured throughout this collection. I’m a sucker for anything with a Peter Pan collar on it and this dress features such lovely detail on the collar. You would think that with a scorpion print, the scorpion collar would be going overboard, but they made it in such a way that it looks like it’s made out of lace and not the bodies of scorpions. The color is perfect and gives the dress flexibility to be dressed up as an evening look or down as a daytime dress. The collar and the cupped sleeves make for a very innocent and sweet look, but the print brings that Penny Dreadful darkness to it and I’m loving that disparity.

Scorpion Tank Top

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This top is all about that back. There’s something so beautiful about mixing the lace flowers with the scorpions. I’m glad they left the front empty, it would’ve been too much otherwise. I almost want to get this a size too big and wear it as a dress. I don’t like the styling they chose for the model; I get why they did it since it’s Penny Dreadful, but I would style this as a summer look with no other prints, to keep the focus on the back.

Portrait Print Dress

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This is most certainly an homage to Dorian Gray. In the show Dorian Gray is beautiful with an artistic view on life, and he dresses with style. I like that the dress features several symbols from the show, but that they’re not so specific that someone that isn’t a fan couldn’t wear this. My favorite part of this dress besides that it looks super comfortable and stretchy, is the hemline. The slanting in the hem is very flattering and gives the illusion of curves where there aren’t any, and at the same time is slimming. I would wear this dress everywhere.

Map of London 1891 Dress

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This is my favorite dress from the collection! I pre-ordered this dress as soon as I saw it. I know it’s a map of London, but it has a romantic Parisian feel to it. I love the way they styled it with those lace up tights. You could potentially cosplay as a Queen in this dress. I love the antique look of the map and the open back with lace. So much detail went into this, down to the spiders and Frankenstein’s monster stitches.

Scorpion Illusion Neckline Tank Top

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This is the only look that really fell flat for me. I feel like they just needed an extra piece and came up with this. The illusion neckline looks like scorpions hanging off of spiders; it’s not delicate, it’s bold. That leaves little room for when to wear this. If it was delicate, you could wear it to work or as a casual look, but the boldness means you could only really wear this around Halloween time. And if you’re saying it’s not that bad, you’re right. It’s worse: boring.

Victorian Jacket

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The way they styled this jacket is perfect. It’s exactly how I would wear this. This jacket screams “Rock Me Amadeus” with an edge. This jacket also gives you the versatility to wear it as part of a more feminine look. Honestly, I could do without the laces on the side, however, the jacket is awesome. It just doesn’t need the extra detail, especially since the fabric is stretchy and you could just size down if you wanted that cinched in look. Although, I do like the option of corseting it in.

All of these pieces are available in plus sizes up to 3X, which is amazing because these are beautiful designs. How many retailers out there are offering their main fashion line in plus sizes? If plus size is lucky enough to be an option, it’s certainly always the less stylish version of the featured design. Hot Topic doesn’t do that and I love them for it. I can’t wait to see what they do next. All of their limited edition collections sell out fast, so if I were you, I would start ordering now.  You can pre-order the collection right now at Hot Topic before it hits stores on May 26!

Which piece was your favorite? Who would you like to see Hot Topic collaborate with on their next fashion collection? Let us know in the comments.

All images are property of Hot Topic

 

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Interview With Paige McKenzie of The Haunting of Sunshine Girl

I had the privilege of sitting down with star Paige McKenzie and her co-star/mom, Mercedes Rose, of hit Youtube series The Haunting of Sunshine Girl! In the interview that took place at YouTube Space LA, we talked about the recently released novelization of the series through Weinstein books and Paige’s plans for the future. Check it out!

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Face Off: Ep. 8: Dressed to Kill

This week we have no foundation challenge, and head straight into the Spotlight challenge. The contestants are taken to the world famous Whiskey a Go Go in Hollywood,CA. While there, they are greeted via video by Clive Barker, who elaborates on his inspiration for Hellraiser by going to punk clubs and venues. This ties into the challenge as the contestants must create an intelligent, eloquent, and unique horror villain and must use the avant-gard outfits the models wear as their inspiration.

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They take turns choosing their muse and begin working on the concept for each villain. Right away Stephanie begins to have trouble nailing down her concept and it continues back in the shop. Even with coach Laura by her side she cannot decide on where she wants to go with this makeup. The others easily get their concepts down and start working them out into clay. Rayce seems extra focused on Logan and Adam as they are his last two contestants.

As the coaches leave for the day, Stephanie still has no concept and decides to abandon her sculpting to work on her concept. With 9 hours on day two, she hopes it will be enough time to do all her sculpting. Because of this decision, when day two starts she finally has a concept of a murderous seer, but has to get it sculpted, molded and ready for foam in one day.

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On day two, Darla is having a bit of difficulty sculpting her idea of a villain with stretched skin, Adam’s mold is cracked and must be repaired, Anthony is worried about Jamie’s direction and making her model still beautiful while being scary, and Julian is still sculpting late into the day. Meanwhile Ben, Kelly, Logan and Emily are all knocking out their bits and pieces without any hiccups. Emily is making an elaborate cage from string for her villain, while Kelly works on a surgical mask for hers.

Application day and everyone is in good spirits until Kelly comes in to find her foam latex piece is practically in shreds. It has bad tears all along it, but Anthony makes a valid point that her character is supposed to look mutilated and may work to her advantage. Logan is fast at work getting his model into his poison themed makeup, Adam’s crack from his mold is not even visible, and paint is being laid on the other models. Anthony is working Jamie again because he is still very worried about her model not coming off as scary and pretty as they discuss the paint scheme. Suddenly Emily’s string cage completely falls apart on one side, so she scraps the whole thing and just throws feathers in it.

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Last looks always leaves the contestants scrambling with painting and last minute assembly. Kelly has to toss out the teeth her model was going to wear as they didn’t fit, and Stephanie fears she will be the one going home tonight.

The series judges, Glenn, Ve, and Neville are joined by the Co-head of Clive Barker’s production company, Seraphim Films, Mark Alan Miller. The judges take their closer look finding at each creation, looking for the ones that are unique, well thought out, and still have a very Clive Barker feel to them. Adam, Logan and Darla were safe this week, leaving the rest as best and worst.

Julian, Emily, Ben and Kelly nab top looks while Stephanie and Jaime are left far below in the bottom. This is the first time I remember an individual challenge with only two bottom looks this early in the competition. Stephanie’s trouble with concept was very apparent in her makeup this week and she did not create a very scary horror villain. Jamie’s makeup had major problems with her paint colors as well as her overall sculpt. The winner this week is Ben, and Jamie is packing up her kit and heading home.

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