Segment 3: The World Famous Third Segment[60:00 - Fin]
Bloody Great Horror: We take a look at movies with buckets and buckets of blood. Yes, we included Braindead. Plus! Fure shares his Blood Recipe. Double plus! How To Use Blood in your production! WARNING: Fure uses the word ‘subcutaneous.’
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Robert Fure’s Low-Fat Alcoholic Blood Recipe
16 oz. Karo Syrup
2 tbls Milk
.3 fl. oz. Red Dye (the whole bottle)
2-4 drops Green Dye
4-6 drops Yellow Dye
6-8 drops Blue Dye
3 splashes Vodka
Use Milk and Blue Dye to keep it thick and dark. The Vodka keeps the milk from spoiling. If you need more blood (and you will), you do the math.
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