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WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 96 – Demon Mist / Of Blood

Today’s World of Death episode spans the Atlantic featuring the work of filmmakers from the US and the UK. Who’s got the funnier accent may depend on where you’re standing, but the language of fake blood and inventive kills is universal.

First up we have DEMON MIST from Jason Wright. Jason comes to us from across the pond and brings with him an extensive background in the zombie movie genre. Demon Mist follows the exploits of four hard-partying British youths who steal away to a remote “cabin in the woods” to drink and take their clothes off. Demon Mist plays out like a 3 minute teaser reel for a much more expansive, fleshed out horror film that blends the concepts of Saw, Evil Dead, and (big shocker) zombie movies.

Rounding out today’s episode we have OF BLOOD from accomplished LA filmmakers David Bornstein and Matt Groves. Of Blood spins the tale of a vampire (who looks eerily like a guy I used to work at Subway with back in the 90s) that gets accosted by a diverse looking gang of LA street hoods. Hijinks, mayhem, and combat set to the tune of indistinguishable punk rock music ensue. The action here is really well shot and I’ll forever be a fan of the whole “blood spray hitting the camera lens” gag. It’s a four minute vampire flick, but it’s an enjoyable four minute vampire flick. Good job guys!

If you dig either of these films be sure to look their respective filmmakers up on Vimeo and IMDB, as they all have extensive bodies of work and are currently involved in upcoming projects as well. World of Death out!
– Pat O’Sullivan

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.  And with episodes averaging around eight minutes in length, WOD is the perfect entertainment for a fan base constantly on the go.  Watch it anywhere, at any time, for FREE! New episodes premiere every Monday and Thursday at 10am CST.






  • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

    Of Blood was decent enough but WTF was up with Demon Mist? It’s like someone took an already extremely low budget film, chopped 99 percent of it out, and then spliced it together randomly, while coked out of their mind. That wasn’t a short, that was more like the mind of someone with ADHD while having a seizure

    • Evan3

      I can’t believe he got someone to strip for that film. It was nuts!

    • Tony Wash

      Part of what I love about WOD is the sheer variety of content. As the curator, I’ve obviously seen a TON of indie short horror films and though they all vary in quality, content, and ambition, the one aspect that ties them all together is a love of the horror genre. There’s over 6 billion people in the world and everyone has a unique brain. It’s great we’re able to showcase so many crazy ass ideas from so many crazy ass filmmakers around the globe!

      Thanks for watching guys. The indie film community appreciates your support!

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