There's Always Room For Jell-O

Though prosthetic design is one of those movie crafts that march forward on the back of technology, makeup effects artist Matthew Mungle has discovered the virtues of retro. Assigned to create old-age appliances for Sissy Spacek and Christopher Walken in the New Line release Blast From the Past, Mungle eschewed silicone and even the time-honored foam latex in favor of old-fashioned gelatin. "It's the same kind you buy in a grocery store, really," says Mungle. "They used it in the 30s, on movi

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