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D.O.D.

Best Horror Comedy Short

$13.00
D.O.D. - Sat, Oct 15, 2022 - 10:00PM
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Film Info
Category
Short
Runtime
17:55
Country
United States
Directed by
Paul Davis
Produced by
Paul Davis, Eric Dern, Gina Lombardo
Written by
Paul Davis
Main Cast
Joseph Lake Guffey, Paul Davis
Shorts Included
Short Block

*WARNING* This ain't your daddy's zombie apocalypse.

Ambitious, startling, brutal, and hilarious, there is no way to brace yourself for the face-melting glory of D.O.D.

The world has come apart. Society has collapsed. The dead have risen. As two survivors stumble upon the wreckage of a crashed airliner, they aren’t prepared for the astonishing discovery they make.

Think Dawn of the Dead meets Dumb and Dumber and you might be halfway there. You have to see this barn-burner to believe it.

Director(s)

Contact Info

Paul

Davis

Director
Shortly after my twenty-sixth birthday, I directed my first feature film. I poured everything I had into that movie—two years of my existence, my energy and creativity, my life savings—and when it was finally finished, I was so proud of what I had accomplished....Read more
Shortly after my twenty-sixth birthday, I directed my first feature film. I poured everything I had into that movie—two years of my existence, my energy and creativity, my life savings—and when it was finally finished, I was so proud of what I had accomplished. The year that followed brought on a barrage of rejections. Of the dozens of festivals I submitted to, not a single one wanted to screen my film. My first movie was an incredible learning experience, but it was also a wake-up call. Filmmaking is time consuming, it’s expensive, and it will drain you. I could no longer spend my time making something just because it might be commercial enough to sell; I needed to give that energy to the movies that I personally wanted to see on screen. I had to dedicate that passion to the stories that I needed to tell. D.O.D. is one of those stories. I have been writing and directing in Los Angeles for the past fifteen years. Among my films are the features The Shadows of Ants and The House with Hell Inside, as well as the shorts In the Funny Papers, To Love, Death in Hollywood and Social Media Presence. The latter two both won the Universal Studios Film Festival, which afforded me filming opportunities on the sets of the Universal Studios backlot, where I recently completed shooting for my upcoming feature Eat Me. Read less
“Draw Antonio, draw Antonio, draw and do not waste time.”
--Michelangelo, in a note to his apprentice, discovered after his death
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