The award-winning Blood Harvest, out of Northern Ireland, premieres on Digital 11/21 from Wild Eye Releasing.
Blood Harvest Synopsis:
A rural village is terrorized by an evil force that drains the blood from its victims. A discredited police detective, who believes the killings are the work of vampires, must team up with his former partner to uncover the truth.
Alan Crawford – Killer Rachael Galloway – Julie Griffin Madill – Ward Matthew McCreary – Matt Robert Render – Jack Liam Rowan – Killer Boy Rachael Stewart – Julie Jean-Paul Van der Velde – Hatcher
Antihuman, a spellbinding sci-fi horror film that knits Orphan Black with the Resident Evil franchise, premieres on VOD this October from Wild Eye Releasing.
A young woman returns to the secluded, abandoned psychological research facility where her deceased mother once worked. Accompanied by three friends, she discovers that the ghosts of the past have found their way to the present when the hospital’s legacy of experimentation and madness tears away all known bounds of time, memory and space.
From Wild Eye Releasing comes Demon Hunter, writer-director Zoe Kavanagh’s “genre hugging” (The Irish Times) horror-actioner, available on VOD August 15.
Underwood meets Buffy in a frenetic slice n’ dice that’s taken home more than 15 awards, including Best Director at the Fright Fest International Film Festival..
Demon Hunter Synopsis:
After she is captured by police for questioning in the slaying of a man she claimed was a demon, Taryn Barker must prove her innocence, and the existence of demons. But when a cult captures the daughter of one of the detectives on the case, the police must trust, and unleash, this warrior on the Satantic group who are intent on bringing an ancient evil force into the world. e.
Niamh Hogan – Taryn Alan Talbot – Beckett Sarah Tapes Jenkinson – Kudrow Kevin O’Malley – Ethan Nic Furlong – Barnes Michael Parle – Falstaff Aisli Moran – Annabelle Saorla Wright – Jess Lauren Emma Bartlett – Cheryl
Director: Zoe Kavanagh Writer: Tony Flynn, Zoe Kavanagh