A Chance In Hell brought new challenges to my career as a Wardrobe Stylist and Costume Designer for movies and film. This was the first horror short film I had worked. Although I am a huge fan of horror films, this was my first chance to help bring one to life. The script and World War II period for the film made authentic World War II pieces a necessity to remain true to the vision of the film. As a Costume Designer, however, the biggest challenge was in sourcing the authentic pieces for the main costumes and then replicating a unique authentic World War II jacket that could be distressed and destroyed for the zombies during Special FX scenes in the film.
I loved researching the clothing of the period for the patients and working with authentic World War II pieces. The military uniforms for both German and American soldiers needed to be authentic and realistic in order for this movie to work. One of the greatest honors, however, was this review by RapidDogPress.net.
Rabid Dog Press Movie Review:
Take a look at the movie stills to see some of my work but make sure you watch the movie trailer at the bottom of the page for a more comprehensive portfolio of my work as the Wardrobe Stylist and Costume Designer for this horror film.
Movie Stills Featuring Scot Fontaine Costume Designer & Fashion Studio 315:
See our Wardrobe & Costume Design Featured in the Official Movie Trailer: