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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