It's time for Halloween, maybe it's time for your ultimate independent horror movie you've been dying to make, whatever the case may be, you're going to need some blood, you're going to need some weapons... you're going to need a bloody knife wound.
Kip Kay and Make Magazine show you how to make the perfect, gory, Hollywood-style bloody knife wound with spine-tingling results! This is perfect for Halloween fun or film creepiness.
In order to make this bloody knife wound, get out a Dremel, safety glasses, vice, knife, thin plastic tubing, a squeeze ball, hot glue gun, glue, fake blood or cornstarch, etc. etc.
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