DVD Release

‘Volumes of Blood’ on DVD in April; Sequel on the way

 

VOLUMES OF BLOOD

If you haven’t had a chance to see one of the best horror anthologies from the last few years that time is coming. What started off as a collaboration between local filmmakers and Daviess County Public Library has become a horror phenomenon with VOLUMES OF BLOOD. Recently the team behind the first film has reunited to give an all new anthology on terror VOLUMES OF BLOOD 2: HORROR STORIES. So while they are casting and getting prepared to show us what they can do in a house setting, the first film is finally hitting home entertainment. The good folks over at LeglessCorpse has picked up distribution rights and will release the film on Blu ray and DVD on April 26th. Peep the specs on the release and the details on the sequel including an all new teaser. Read Travis’ thoughts on VOLUMES OF BLOOD here.

LeglessCorpse Films has acquired distribution rights to the critically acclaimed horror anthology VOLUMES OF BLOOD! Coming to Limited Edition Steelbook, BluRay, and DVD April 26th exclusively at LeglessCorpseFilms.com and Amazon. Major VOD date TBA.

Five tales of dread interwoven when a sociology student gathers several of his friends on Halloween night at the local library to help him create a new urban legend with deadly consequences; Lily is in for a late night of researching and needs something to keep her going. It isn’t until she’s approached by a mysterious stranger that her luck may change… for the worse; a typical night of work for a librarian becomes a classic ghost story with a modern twist. Sometimes you can’t keep a bad book down; Sidney is allowed to stay after hours to study for a test. It’s not until she suddenly awakens in the darkened library that she realizes the horrifying truth of what lurks among the stacks of books after midnight. She better pray she doesn’t become the prey; Paige faces regrets that she’d do anything to take back. When an ancient and arcane spell book literally falls into her lap, she decides to make a grave decision. Be careful what you wish for, it might just kill you.

 

ABOUT THE PROJECT: Verite Cinema has released a new horror anthology produced through their Unscripted Film School program at the Daviess County Public Library. Volumes of Blood is produced by P.J. Starks and Jim Blanton the team behind the indie horror short Lucky. The film also features exclusive work from Justin Mabry of Trick or Treat Studios and is Executive Produced by Lynn Lowry (The Crazies, I Drink Your Blood).

 

That’s A Wrap! – Directed by Lee Vervoort (The Truck)

A Little Pick Me Up – Directed by John Kenneth Muir (The House Between)

Ghastly – Directed by P.J. Starks (Hallows Eve: Slaughter on Second Street)

Encyclopedia Satanica – Directed by Nathan Thomas Milliner (A Wish For The Dead)

13 After Midnight – Directed by Jakob Bilinski (Three Tears on Bloodstained Flesh)

 

The anthology was written by Todd Martin (Lucky & Nightmare Tales). P.J. Starks and Nathan Thomas Milliner (Scream Factory and HorrorHound Magazine artist). The film stars Jim O’Rear (Day of the Dead, Teen Wolf), Jason Crowe (Easter Casket, Back in the Day), Roni Jonah (Overtime, The Zombie Movie), Todd Reynolds (Hallows Eve, Bumsicle), Louisa Torres (Lucky), Kristine Renee Farley (Bloody Hooker Bang Bang, The Creepy Doll), Kevin Roach (Out of the Shadows, Bloody Hooker Bang Bang) and more.

 

VOLUMES OF BLOOD 2 DETAILS:

A couple plans to purchase an old home, but would like one last tour before the closing. They’re guided around the estate by a creepy realtor that may have more in store than they bargained for. Searching floor by floor, they begin to discover the remnants of its sordid and terrifying past… A popular 80’s franchise gets a modern upgrade, but at what price? On Halloween night a teen left home alone meets a trick or treater that wants more than just candy. A door to door insurance salesman makes a Thanksgiving house call with monstrous consequences. Andrew and Sara are happily married and plan on spending some quality time together, but something sinister has other plans for their evening. Carol’s Christmas Eve turns into a fight for survival when a vengeful stranger isn’t feeling the holiday spirit. Lastly, a birthday party turns bloody when some unexpected guests drop by at the wrong time. Seven interwoven tales of terror, how many stories does your house have?

VOLUMES OF BLOOD HORROR STORIES is a sequel to the indie horror anthology Volumes of Blood, hailed by critics as “The best damn anthology of 2015!” The first project under the newly created Blood Moon Pictures, LLC. The film is produced by P.J. Starks and Eric Huskisson (The Confession of Fred Krueger) and Christopher Bower (The Dooms Chapel Horror). The film features actor Moses Moseley best known for his role as one of Michonne’s Pet Walkers on the hit AMC show The Walking Dead, the acting debut of WWE legend Sir Mo from Men on A Mission and original music by Rocky Gray (drummer for We Are The Fallen, Living Sacrifice & formerly of Evanescence).

Teaser:

Murder Death Killer – Directed by Jakob Bilinski (Emergence) Trick or Treat – Directed by Sean Blevins (A Brush With Death) A Killer House – Directed by Jim O’Rear (The Hospital) Feeding Time – Directed by John William Holt (The Dooms Chapel Horror) Blood Bath – Directed by Jon Maynard (Nearly Dead) Fear, For Sinners Here – Directed by Nathan Thomas Milliner (Encyclopedia Satanica) The Deathday Party – Directed by Justin Seaman (The Barn)

Horror fans and fans of indie film alike, help us produce the coolest & bloodiest sequel we can possibly make. Please sharing & contribute to our Indiegogo campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/volumes-of-blood-horror-stories-blood-drive#/

 

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