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WORLD OF DEATH Ep. 124 – Other Lily

Today’s World of Death episode takes us to an aspect of filmmaking and horror not often seen in these parts, animation. David Romero‘s “Other Lily” is the love child of the first twenty minutes of WALL-E and the last really traumatic night terror you’ve had. I’m always intrigued when people work with animation. We’re all familiar with animated films, most of our first cinematic experiences were seeing animated films, yet there’s only a small percentage of filmmakers today working in the animation field. And for good reason, it’s one hell of a technically demanding magic show to pull off.

So right off the bat David Romero (gotta be a fake name) gets an A for effort just by attempting to work with the medium. What’s not to be expected, however, is just how much of the storytelling and suspense building game David gets right with Other Lily. “T is for Toilet” was fun, but “Other Lily” is actually good. It’s minimalist script works in response to David’s atmospheric and arresting visuals. This short really is something to be proud of. Bravo to the filmmakers and World of Death sharing it with the BD audience! Enjoy!

– 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.

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  • Evan3

    What does “T for Toilet” (presumably from ABCs of Death) have to do with anything? Did he make that too? If so, the medium is so different that it didn’t honestly bear comparison?

    Either way, this was a great creepy tale. In addition to the stuff you mentioned, the sound should absolutely be praised.

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