After making some noise on the horror festival circuit, Blood For Irina — the feature-length directorial debut for Fangoria editor Chris Alexander — is making its way to home video. It’s an artsy vampire item with echoes of the two Jess’s of Eurocult cinema (Franco and Rollin) — you can check out Schlockmania’s prior news item on this film by clicking here. Autonomy Pictures will be releasing Blood For Irina in a blu-ray/DVD pack via TLA Cult. Read on for more of the baroque bloodsucker details, including cover art, pre-order info and additional links…
(New York, NY - April 17, 2013) Autonomy Pictures is proud to announce the multi-territory release of Chris Alexanders’ BLOOD FOR IRINA. This is a first for the genre-driven company to release a film in the same time frame for North America, the United Kingdom, France and Poland.
Here is a sneak peek of the Blu-ray/DVD art which will street May 28, 2013 in North America. The film will be release on DVD in United Kingdom and France, May 27, 2013 and will hit digital streaming in Poland on that date as well. Disc extras will be announced very soon!
2012, USA, RT: 70 min. 1080P HD (Bluray) Anamorphic Widescreen 1.78
Color, English HD 2.0 Stereo, Region ABC (Bluray),
Optional Spanish, French subtitles on Feature only
A psychological, bloody vampire tale and a fever dream inspired by Herzog, Rollin and Franco, ‘Blood for Irina’ turns its lens on Irina, a predator stalking the streets at night looking for blood. Having lived over a century and now living in a run-down seaside motel with the motel manager, it’s clear they may have reached the end of the road. However, the appearance of a broken prostitute may yet change everything. Three people living life on the fringe, trapped in a world of literal and figurative decay, who may have more in common than they even know.
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