Vampire terror goes out to sea in the upcoming horror film BLOOD VESSEL!
Genre distributors The Horror Collective have revealed two brand new behind-the-scenes clips from their upcoming World War II-set vampiric horror BLOOD VESSEL! Make sure you check them out below and let us know what you think!
A life-raft lost at sea encounters an abandoned Nazi vessel. Boarding the ship, they find a far more daunting enemy.
Somewhere in the North Atlantic, late 1945. A lift raft adrift at sea, and in it, the survivors of a torpedoed hospital ship: With no food, water, or shelter, all seems lost – until an abandoned Nazi minesweeper drifts ominously towards them, giving them one last chance at survival. Boarding the ship, they find a far more daunting enemy.
BLOOD VESSEL stars Alyssa Sutherland (“Vikings”, “The Mist”), Robert Taylor (Kong: Skull Island, The Meg), Nathan Phillips (Snakes on a Plane, These Final Hours), Christopher Kirby (Back of the Net, Daybreakers), John Lloyd Fillingham (“Always and Everyone”, “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries”), and Alex Cooke (“Preacher”, Rebooted).
Co-written by Jordan Prosser (Tanglewood, Hungry Man), BLOOD VESSEL was co-written and directed by Justin Dix, award-winning special effects supervisor, and director of Wicked of Oz studios. He has worked on such films as The Babadook, 100 Bloody Acres, Crawlspace, The Loved Ones, and Lake Mungo, on top of dozens of others.
The film was produced by Justin Dix, Steven Matusko (Better Watch Out, The Osiris Child), Steven McKinnon (Dark Place, Killer Native), and Nathan Phillips with Veronica Sive (2099: The Soldier Protocol, The Dustwalker), Silvio Salom (The Legend of Ben Hall, The Wheel), and William Byerley (After The Wedding) as co-producers. Corey Trent Ackerman (Push), Jeff Harrison (Jungle, Patrick), and Brett Thornquest (Terminus, Infini) act as executive producers.
BLOOD VESSEL will be releasing on VOD and On-Demand platforms on July 21, 2020. Pre-order the film on iTunes now. Stay tuned for our review, which will go live tomorrow!
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