I got to sit in on a media conference call with Emily Rose and Colin Ferguson of the Syfy series “Haven” Monday, and here’s an excerpt of my chat with the two. Be sure to check out the show on Friday nights on Syfy. And to check out the full Q&A transcript, read it here.
Here are both parts of my recent podcast chat with Eric Fox of Season4 of “Face Off.” He gave updates on what he has been doing since the show — or some updates anyway, as some big things are coming he can’t talk about just yet. But I can tell you he does give a definitive answer on whether he’ll be coming back to “Face Off.” And, he gives some advice to an aspiring makeup artists out there.
FACE OFF — “Dark Magic” Episode 511 — Pictured: Bryan “Tate” Steinsiek — (Photo by: Nicole Wilder/Syfy)
The brand spankin’ new podcast premiered tonight over on Spreaker, and my first guest was makeup artist/director Tate Steinsiek of “Face Off.”
Not only did we talk about the show, the contestants and the judges, but we talked about Tate’s collaborations with Clive Barker on some products for his upcoming store and that he will be directing the film version of “Son of Celluloid” after his current film in pre-production, his first feature film as director. We also talked about his work in short films with his former roommate Peter Greene (“Zed” from “Pulp Fiction”) and Norman effin’ Reedus.
Yes, you read that right.
Norman will have a role in his first feature, and appears in his short from 2008, “Clown.” Watch it and see if you recognize him… I assure you you won’t.
Here’s the full podcast with Tate Steinsiek.
And tune in next week, when my guest will be Bitsie Tulloch from NBC’s “Grimm.”