- Face Off Season 10 Episode 1: Wanted Dead or Alive
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 2: Child’s Play
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 3: Lost Languages
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 4: Covert Characters
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 5: Foreign Bodies
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 6: Death’s Doorstep
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 7: The Gauntlet II
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 8: Smoke and Mirrors
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 9: Bottled Up
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 10: Keep One Eye Open
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 11: The Art of Warcraft
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 12: Reign of Kong
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 13: Sinister Showdown Part 1
- Face Off Season 10 Episode 14: Sinister Showdown Part 2
Season 10 would end with my kind of challenge!! In Face off Season 10 Episode 13 the 3 finalists found themselves in an oil field with a creepy looking house in the background. It set the scene for the final challenge of the season. McKenzie had special guest Jason Blum, creator of the production company Blumhouse that brought us all the latest horrors like The Purge and Insidious with her to bring them the challenge details. They would have to create 2 characters to star in their own film. The film would be an adaptation of a short story taken from The Blumhouse Book of Nightmares: The Haunted City, a collection of short stories by writers, actors and directors like Eli Roth and Scott Derrickson. The story, entitled “Hellhole” by Chris Denham, tells of a family that buys a house only to find that it’s a portal to Hell and that they have unleashed a demon. The artists had to create a demon and a possessed family member according to a script from one of 3 new up-and-coming directors hand-picked for this challenge. The artists would get a lighting and screen test, 2 helpers in the way of their former contestants, and Jason Blum would also be a judge for the final looks in the film. Another surprise was that Oscar-winning makeup artist Lois Burwell, one of the judges from season 7, would be there for the walk-through.
Rob picked Anna and Kaleb. His script described a demon that came up from the oil fields. The director, Bryce McGuire, wanted a molten, cracked and crusted skin on the demon. Rob came up with a sun-baked demon and a possessed woman who would ooze oil. He wanted to create a larger than life chest piece, face and cowl. Anna would do the possession makeup and Rob would do the demon face. Lois warned him to avoid a leonine look to the nose and cheeks. Rob was floundering a bit with the design of the face, but came up with a mole/rhino look that he was happy with. He also wanted a unique horn shape that would add height. Kaleb fabricated a back piece that looked like roots, and even though the mold stuck creating a huge split in the demon face, and the heavy cowl was making the demon face push forward, they came up with a great makeup. During the screen test, Rob soon learned that his vision didn’t match the director’s. Bryce wanted a paler, more powdery look, the horns placed further back on the head, and shovel-like hands. He also wanted imbedded natural elements. The possessed makeup was too extreme for him, and he wanted the possession to not manifest physically. Um….sure. Poor Rob had a tall order ahead of him and would have to do a whole new makeup.