A pretty interesting cast of characters have come together to develop a World War II vampire movie, The Bleeding, which will be directed by Josef Rusnak (The Thirteenth Floor, It’s Alive, The Contractor).
Jeremy Wall (Jaz Films) optioned the script and is producing along with Corina Danckwerts – who both produced the supernatural thriller The Objective, written and directed by Daniel Myrick (The Blair Witch Project).
The Bleeding is based on a short story by Bram Stoker Award-nominated William R. Trotter entitled “The Bleeding of Hauptmann Gehlen”. John and Paul Buckholts wrote the feature script and will serve as Exec. Producers.
“An American spy on assignment in Romania stumbles upon a dark secret that the inhabitants of the region have hidden for centuries. The lesser of two evils is questioned when he infiltrates a small unit of German SS soldiers who encounter a mysterious enemy while fighting partisans in The Carpathian Mountains… vampires.”
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