Modor
Modor

The monster from "The Ritual" mounted in the display room

beast
beast

Full size beast head from "The Ritual"

Maquette
Maquette

Beast maquette from "The Ritual"

mummies
mummies

Congregation mummies from "The Ritual"

Silicone head
Silicone head

for NCIS

Dead body on a fence
Dead body on a fence

For NCIS

Autopsy Appliance
Autopsy Appliance

Lay-over piece

Mummy
Mummy

for Shudder's "Deadwax"

Open Heart Surgery
Open Heart Surgery

Pumping heart and organs

Silicone Autopsy Body
Silicone Autopsy Body

for NCIS

Preserved Mummy
Preserved Mummy

For NCIS

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20171002_101019
parts
parts
Head w/ punched hair
Head w/ punched hair

NCIS victim

Silicone Body
Silicone Body

From the movie "We Go On"

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20171107_152005
Silicone Torso
Silicone Torso

From the movie "Southbound"

On set fake torso
On set fake torso

how the torso was used

Fake Head
Fake Head
Silicone Severed Hand
Silicone Severed Hand
Sliced neck
Sliced neck

from "The Devil's Dolls"

Torn open knee appliance
Torn open knee appliance

from "The Vault"

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2016-04-29 12.57.08
Mummified character
Mummified character

from "The Vault"

Reptilian Arm
Reptilian Arm

for a book cover

Demon
Demon

Head to toe foam latex suit from the movie "Infernal"

Alien
Alien

Foam latex suit

Burn scars
Burn scars

from "Psychopaths"

Carving Prosthetic
Carving Prosthetic

from "The Devil's Dolls"

Suicide Zombie
Suicide Zombie

Gunshot wound

 East coaster Josh Russell and LA-born Sierra Spence met while working for their childhood heroes at Studio ADI. The instant chemistry and mutual love of all things monsters and gore quickly led to their marriage and the birth of a new kind of beast: Russell FX. In no time at all, the new "mom and pop FX shop" began planting firm roots within the los angeles film communities.

Their charismatic enthusiasm for film of all genres, paired with their gamut of talents and unflappable work ethic has made them one of the fastest growing FX houses in the business, and the go-to for the new generation of filmmakers. Their business model is about growing together with a team, thinking outside the box to push the boundaries of what's possible on a budget, and proving that practical effects are not dying out, but in fact on the cusp of a resurgence.