Wild Eye Releasing has announced a new direct-to-video vampire feature, the Lauper-lausuit-luring Girls Just Wanna Have Blood. (That’s all they really waaaa-unt!)
Jessica feels alone….no clique at school will let her in. She just doesn’t feel like she belongs anywhere, until she makes two friends who turn out to actually be vampires. Under other circumstances Jessica might have noped out of there, but hey, she’s desperate. Vampire friends it is!
The trio quickly becomes notorious throughout the city for stalking their prey through the allies behind bars and clubs. (Drunk blood tastes better.) But someone’s after THEM…an expert vampire hunter who may be more than their match.
Girls Just Wanna Have Blood stars Bettina Skye (“Ugly Betty”), David M.Sitbon (Creed II), and Gigi Gustin (Game Over), and was directed by Anthony Cantanese (Hi-Death). You can expect it May 26 on DVD and digital, courtesy of Wild Eye Releasing.
This May, director Anthony Cantanese (Hi-Death) reminds us… Girls Just Wanna Have Blood! Coming this May from Wild Eye Releasing, a bloody and unique new addition to the vampire-pic subsection. When social outcast Jessica is accepted into a trio of teenage vampires, she finds herself thrust into a nocturnal world of murder, drugs and all-night parties as they stalk the patrons of local bars and clubs. Meanwhile, a mysterious, foreign vampire hunter searches the underworld in hopes of putting a stake right through their plan to party forever.
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