5. There's the film technique known as the close-up. Then there's the EXTREME close-up. You know the ones where a face fills the frame from ear to ear and from forehead to nasal labial trough.
Test your MST3K memory and B-film knowledge with a little challenge I like to call...
NAME THAT T-ZONE
No, the T-Zone isn't an obscure reference to Rod Serling's classic TV series the Twilight Zone. It is instead the fleshy patch of skin above the bridge of the nose and between the eyebrows. Now try to guess which episode each oily t-zone shown below was from. When you move the cursor over each arrow it will give you the answer. Enjoy.