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Whitney Moore Stars in Wild Vampire Film ‘I Had a Bloody Good Time at House Harker’!

Heading exclusively to Amazon on October 13, 2017, is Clayton Cogswell‘s indie vampire flick I Had a Bloody Good Time at House Harker, which looks like an absolutely wild ride!

In the film, the descendants of Dracula’s slayer take advantage of horrible accidents to convince a town that a vampire is near. Things get complicated when it turns out to be true.

It stars Whitney Moore, host of Bloody Disgusting’s “This Week in Horror”, not to mention star of Birdemic, Breakdown Lane, among many other various projects including A Horrible Way to Die and Theatre Bizarre. We’re always excited to see her appear in a new horror film!

She’s featured alongside Derek Haugen, Jacob Givens, Noel Carroll, Whitney Moore, Arlan Godthaab, Nathan Lorch, Nate Lane, Megan O’Neil, Peter Story, Talya Carroll, Milena Ferriera, Jahdai Pickett, and Cezil Reed.

Every family has a skeleton in their closet. This one just woke up…

The day that Jonathan Harker and his team slayed Count Dracula was a more important event than most people realize. For the dark monsters can only turn other humans into vampires if there is a living master and Dracula was the last.

For generations, the Harker family has guarded the Master’s Skull, a skeletal remain that, if consumed, would allow a new vampire master to emerge. But the Harker family were so effective in their charge that now, over a hundred years later, no one even thinks that vampires exist. This is unfortunate news for the modern day Harker siblings because they still believe in vampires and that makes them the town embarrassment.

So when two dead bodies turn up with strange animal attack marks, the Harkers take advantage by convincing the town that a vampire is on the loose, promising to kill it on stage at their family home. The only problem is, the actor they hired to play the vampire is killed by an ACTUAL vampire who the Harkers mistakenly invite into their house. Once inside it consumes the Master’s Skull, gains incredible power and turns the conveniently waiting citizenry into vampires.

Now the fate of the world lies in the hands of an unprepared generation of vampire hunters who must overcome their own shortcomings to fulfill their destiny as the heirs of House Harker.



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  • Jack Derwent

    Does anyone even like those “Week in Horror” vids?

    • Matt Graupman

      You bet! How can you not love Whitney Moore talking about horror? I dig it.

  • Josh Blitzenbrox Myers

    Looks like fun. However listing “Birdemic” in your resume of work doesn’t exactly inspire confidence. That was probably the second worse film i’ve ever seen after Thankskilling

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