Concept art of the Alien.
The Alien sculpture.
Detail of the body sculpture.
The Alien animatronic without the mandible tendons.
Testing the Alien.
The Alien animatronic with the supporting rods.
Filming the — deleted — scene of the Alien’s introduction.
Concept art of the Ballerina.
Applying the make-up.
Close-up of the Ballerina’s ‘ring mouth’.
The Ballerina on set.
Concept art of the Blob.
The Blob sculpture.
Filming a deleted scene with the Blob.
Dismemberment Goblins concept art.
Concept art showing the dismemberment action.
The Dismemberment Goblins on set.
The happy friends with director Drew Goddard.
An early Merman maquette, showing influence from ‘The Creature from the Black Lagoon’.
Concept art of the Merman by Joe Pepe.
Sculpting the Merman.
The Merman head sculpture.
The understructure of the Merman’s head.
Building the suit.
The Merman’s head, without the hair.
Airbrushing the creature.
The finished suit.
Fitting the suit.
The Merman on set.
Concept art of the stabbing scene.
The Unicorn on set.
The insert stabbing Unicorn.
Early concept art.
Concept art by Constantine Sekeris.
Sculpting the Werewolf.
Punching hair into the Werewolf.
Testing the Werewolf suit in the creature shop.
Test for the Werewolf suit, showing different attachment for the left leg.
Rich Cetrone and Sigourney Weaver!
The Werewolf on set.
The Werewolf insert animatronic.
Demon sculpture by Hiroshi Katagiri.
The Cow-skull giant.
Reptilius on set.
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