Weirdsmobile Productions wants you to prepare for the release of the horror-comedy Chastity Bites (review), hitting DVD on February 11, 2014 from Grand Ent. Group.
The DVD will include an exclusive “Behind-the-Scenes” featurette and official trailer. We have the following exclusive look at the featurette in the following vignette with the cast of Chastity Bites, featuring Amy Okuda, Sarah Stouffer, Lindsey Morgan and Chloë Crampton — collectively called “The Hiltons” in the film. We also shared the previous two vignettes, one of which speaks with horror legend Stuart Gordon!
“In the early 1600’s Countess Elizabeth Bathory slaughtered more than 600 young women, believing if she bathed in the blood of virgins that she would stay young and beautiful forever. Still alive today, she’s found a perfect hunting ground for her “Botox” as an abstinence educator at a high school in red state America. But will a brave, young feminist blogger and journalist for the school paper finally put an end to the Blood Countess’s reign of terror and save her best friend from being the next victim?“
The film is directed by John V. Knowles (short film SHADOW.NET), written/produced by Lotti Pharriss Knowles (I AM DIVINE, VITO), and stars Allison Scagliotti (SyFy’s “Warehouse 13”), Francia Raisa (ABC Family’s “Secret Life of the American Teenager”), Louise Griffiths (upcoming “Unknown Caller,” “The Revenant”), Eddy Rioseco (ABC’s “Parenthood”), Amy Okuda (“The Guild”), Sarah Stouffer (“Bloomington”), Lindsey Morgan (ABC’s “General Hospital”), Laura Niemi (FX’s “Justified”), Jennifer Gimenez (Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”), Greer Grammer (MTV’s “Awkward.”) and Stuart Gordon (“Re-Animator”).
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