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Horror Tease: ‘Volumes of Blood’ announced with fan participation


The third and final film of VOLUMES OF BLOOD is in the works. Producers PJ Starks and Eric Huskisson have announced that the next “volume” is on the way and this time it’s going to be much different from the previous two. Not only will it be a bigger budgeted project it will also have fan participation. That’s right, fans will get the chance to help create the third installment of the film by creating the stories that will make up the volumes. Read the announcement ahead and look for updates in the future!

Creator/producer P.J. Starks recently announced via Facebook that he and fellow producer Eric Huskisson were planning the third and final Volumes of Blood entry into the franchise. Along with this official announcement, Blood Moon Pictures is planning to make this film bigger and better than previous two and they’re reaching out to the horror community to help them. They’re looking for talented artists, writers and filmmakers with creative story ideas to pitch them a segment for the next film. If your story is selected you’ll receive credit in the film and help close out the final chapter in Volumes of Blood universe.

To find out more information on how you can become involved, send an email to Bloodmoonpics@gmail.com for guidelines and regulations.

“I’ve been saying since day one that these films were made by horror fans for horror fans. Typically, the stories came from myself or another filmmaker directly involved with the film, but this time we wanted to reach out directly to the horror fans and have them tell us what they’d like to see in the new VOB. This will be a cool opportunity to meet and work with some new talent.” – producer P.J. Starks



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