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Thursday, November 5, 2020

Watch: Murder, Vengeance, and Evil Crabs!? [World of Death]

Hello, friends and neighbors.

This is the time we often look back at the year and think about the things we have done and are thankful before a great meal. Feast your fangs into this dish, a delightful delicacy of horror! The subjects of our stories today are certain to reflect on their life choices. Witness how one simple action can bring terrifying outcomes.

Our first film is a true cavalcade of cautionary tales. In Redhead directed by Joe Zerull we catch up with your run-of-the-mill killer for hire who is just trying to do the job. First, take care of the killing and then dispose of the body in the lake… as one does. Of course, things don’t always go smoothly. It reminds me of that old Las Vegas adage about disposing of bodies in the desert – you have to have the hole dug first. Otherwise, complications will arise and you spend the whole night digging holes. Our killer learns this in the most frustrating way possible and ends up leaving a trail of bodies all the way to the client.

Redhead is beautiful.  The film has amazing camerawork. The angles tell a story that is hinted at that comes to full satisfaction in the film’s final thrilling moments. Between the camera work, the music and the color- you will thoroughly be drawn into this lavish corner of the World of Death.

Herman is a shocking story about sympathy for the sinister. In Eric Bodge’s story about a young child’s newfound toy, we once again see how even the simplest actions can have serious repercussions. Evan is a youth who finds what seems like an action figure left at the beach. Herman, as the toy becomes known, is not well-liked by his family and friends. Still, Evan retains Herman as a new toy. As play ensues, we witness multiple people speak ill of the toy – and that is never a good idea. From Talking Tina, to Chucky and Annabelle, it is never a good idea to mistreat a toy and the one who loves to play with it. Pay close attention to how the things done to Herman have a way of happening to others. The story unfolds and everyone involved will certainly consider their actions.

So there we go fiends, two tales that exhibit in the most horrific way how one action can affect so many more things. I hope you enjoy these dishes as much as we did. Remember to keep coming back for more World of Death.

– Eric Breitenbach

World of Death is the web series that fans of independent horror have been waiting for.  Featuring short horror films from all over the globe created by the largest variety of talent that a collection has ever been able to boast, WOD provides plenty of blood, guts, screams and laughs for all fans of the macabre.  WOD is the perfect entertainment for a fan base constantly on the go.  Watch it anywhere, at any time, for FREE! New episodes premiere the first Wednesday of every month at 10am CST.

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