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November 05 2006

"That Joss Whedon world where anything could happen". Allan Holt, creature FX technician on Angel, explains what it was like to work on the show.

If you look at his IMDB profile, he's worked on all of Joss' shows.

That's amazing. His description of what a typical night might be like on Angel is breath-taking. And he was just one person doing all that. There were many others just as busy. I'd like to hear more about his Whedon verse experiences.
This was fascinating -- I love behind-the-scenes crew stories, the nuts-and-bolts of filmmaking.

But I have to ask -- do we think that Allan is the one who created the "Doublemeat Palace" Lamprey-Turned-Into-Penis-Head Monster?

Inquiring minds want to know...

And this is just a fact:

"If you live in Hollywood, on certain days when there are events going on, it would take an Apache helicopter to go out and get an omelet. Iíve dreamed about making a Michael Bay style movie about driving across town at 4pm."
My aunt lives in Los Angeles, and her favorite rant is to complain about how Jack Bauer can get anywhere in L.A. in about 20 minutes, any time of day. Of course, he does have an Apache helicopter, I guess. ;-)

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