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‘Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories’ Trailer Gives Homage to Tons of Horror Films (Exclusive)

From Dark Cuts comes a second stirring volume of blood-curdling horror from Blood Moon Pictures.  In the tradition of cult classics Creepshow and V/H/S, comes Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories – a collection of bleedingly original horror from some of today’s most gifted genre filmmakers, including Justin Seaman (The Barn), Sean Blevins (A Brush with Death), and John Mayard (Nearly Dead).

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?

Featuring the work of Sean Blevins, John William Holt, Jon Maynard, Nathan Thomas Milliner, Justin Seaman, and James Treakle with an ensemble cast including Cindy Maples, Moses Moseley, Theo Kostaridis, and Thomas Dunbar, Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories features 8 original stories craftily assembled by producing team P.J. Starks, Eric Huskisson (The Confession of Fred Krueger), and Christopher Bower (The Dooms Chapel Horror).

Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories out August 1 from Dark Cuts.


5 Comments
  • Necro

    “8 original stories” huh? That’s probably the same number of ‘anthology’ films I’ve seen in the last few years and absolutely hated. I’m an open-minded and fair Horror fan. Yet these ‘anthology’ films are the one sub-genre in Horror that let me down consistently. They always look so cool and then suck. I will say there’s usually one story that is good. The last one I truly liked was ‘Holidays’, and before that ‘V/H/S 2’, ‘V/H/S’, then ‘Trick r’ Treat’. When I name them I mean that I liked the whole thing with the exception of maybe one story. I believe I have one to see yet, I think it’s called ‘The Dark Tapes’ and it looks good, not saying it is. So here is another one on my list and hopefully I like it.

    • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

      Trick R’ Treat was amazing, still one of my favorite halloween movies of all time. Beyond that I agree, not much out there worth watching when it comes to modern anthologies. Holidays went from decent to awful depending on the short, and Tales Of Halloween was almost completely unwatchable except for 1 story which was decent.

      • Necro

        Yeah that ‘Tales of Halloween’ had me in minor depression after I watched it. The first story was good that’s it. ‘Southbound’, ‘Monsterland’, ‘ABC’S of Death 2’, ‘XX’, and ‘V/H/S: Viral’ were pure shit. IMO

  • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

    I’ll give it a shot but it looks pretty low rent. I don’t just mean special effects wise. I didn’t see a single bit of acting that didn’t look like they were reading off cue cards

    • Blade4693

      Yeah the acting is looking kind of rough, and that is something I am usually pretty blind to lol

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