Jason Torrey’s indie slasher film Blood Was Everywhere will make its festival premiere at the Rock and Shock Festival later this month. It screens on October 14th alongside some of the horror genre’s biggest names. The 3 day festival that takes place at DCU centre in Worcester, MA and also features live bands and special guests, is now in its 6th year and is attracting interest from horror fans across the US.
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Blood Was Everywhere has been described as a minimalist slasher film that is heavily influenced by genre films of the 70’s and 80’s but focuses on character development and genuine scares more than building up the body count. It tells the story of seemingly random, unsolved murders as a faceless killer wreaks havoc on the community of a small Massachusetts town. The cast includes Paul Kratka (Friday the 13th: Part 3) and Larry Holden (Batman Begins) as well as a whole host of upcoming talent.
Sun in Ten productions have also brought the film to VOD; by paying $3.99 to rent the film you’ll be supporting indie film-making and ensuring that more genre projects like this get off the ground. Or, if you really want to put your money where your mouth is you can pre-order the limited edition directors cut of the film direct from the website Show indie horror filmmakers some love! Watch this space for a Bloody Disgusting review of Blood Was Everywhere.