Distortions creates a giant rattlesnake for the first haunted house in Eilat, Israel. Also, Jordu updates 3 of Ed's original masks for the Resurrection series to showcase at Mask Fest in Indianapolis.
Ed and the Distortions team have a lot of fun projects going on, putting the pressure on everyone to impress their returning clients. Also, the winner of the Make My Monster contest is revealed.
Every year, Distortions takes its very best and latest props to the Transworld Halloween & Attractions Show in St. Louis, and this year is no exception.
Ed and the Distortions crew build a giant zombie head and arm for an upcoming creative conference in Denver, CO.
Check out photos from an all-new season of Making Monsters with the Distortions crew and Jordu Schell. Watch back-to-back episodes starting Sunday, Sept. 29, at 8|7c.
Trolls, zombies, and werewolves, oh my! Check out the top ten creations, hand-picked by Ed and Jordu, from our Make My Monster contest.
Distortions takes on their biggest challenge yet: A 25-foot talking skeleton that takes people "to their deaths" at Creepywoods Haunted Forest in Maryland and a Bigfoot monster for Morris Costumes.
Distortions has made some very impressive monsters, but when TV and film legend Dick Van Dyke orders a huge scare for his Malibu home, the team turns to new technology to get it perfect.
The Distortions team pairs up with Microsoft Kinect to create an enormous demon, as well as demon dogs for an interactive entrance to The 13th Floor haunted house in Denver.
The USS Nightmare needs an eerie "sea creature" mask for a spooky scare at its riverfront attraction. The Distortions team also turns an entire high school marching band into zombies.