Over the summer Variety reported that writer/director Antonio Trashorras’ vampire film Blind Alley would be headed to the U.S. on VOD by the fall of 2012.
While that didn’t happen, we do now have a look at the trailer. It’s kinda silly and looks like an extended version of the “Buffy The Vampire Slayer” TV opening credits. Complete with what’s almost the same song. While I love that show, you know, it’s time to move on.
In the film (which stars Ana de Armas, Diego Cadavid and Leonor Varela), “In a tiny laundrette hidden down an alleyway, Rosa finds herself trapped, completely isolated and unable to escape the nightmarish situation of being attacked by a serial killer. At the break of dawn and after hours of anguish, immersed in the sadistic game of rat and mouse the killer has subjected her to, the young girl will discover something even more disturbing about the nature of her aggressor.”
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