This is the official trailer video for the 2011 Mile High Horror Film
Festival, which took place October 7-9 at the Starz Film Center in Denver, Colorado.
Thank you Idea Spring Editing for doing a fabulous job on this video! http://www.ideaspringediting.com/
Director: Shachar Chasman.
A young couple celebrates their honeymoon in the Golan Heights. As they prepare to exercise their love on the marital bed, the bride scrapes her ring finger on a rose thorn.
The nearly imperceptible cut starts bleeding profusely and they decide to go a nearby clinic. On their journey to the clinic, while the bride leaves a long trail of blood in the snow, the groom discovers that his wife is pregnant.
After meeting with a doctor, the groom is sent to bring a missing medicine from the pharmacy. From that moment on the groom find many things strange and even disorienting. The night passes and the groom return to the clinic to reunite with his beloved. He Meets the doctor, and discovers to his surprise that his bride had died during the night. The groom comes out from the clinic alone and helpless in the face of fate.
"The trail of your blood in the snow" is based on a short story by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. This is a fantastic story about a man confronting love, passion and loss.
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HorrorQuest Independent Film Festival is looking for entries for its first festival which will be held Oct, 21-28, 2011 at the Landmark Midtown Cinema in Atlanta.
HorrorQuest is accepting Horror, Sci-Fi and other genre films starting Jan,28 - Aug, 23, 2011.
HorrorQuest has no entry fee!
for more information or to submit a film please vist:
I am not really sure what BLADES OF BLOOD is about specifically; it tells of an illegitimate son, the blind swordsman who teaches him to sword fight and a guy who killed the father and is trying to protect Korea from the Japanese occupation, whom both the son and blind swordsman want to kill. Long story short, I fell asleep. Literally. Action films are really not my thing, I find them mind-numbing. This does not mean I am adverse to a bit of onscreen violence, it's just that it was predictable....
By Chris Raposa
For Weekly Surge
Photos by Scott Smallin
Horror flicks can be broken down into three major categories: suspense, slasher, and supernatural. In many cases, these three core components are fused together for the greater goal of the film, which is to scare the hell out of moviegoers.
The horror genre in movies dates back to the onset of film itself. In 1896, George
The story of a desperate loser who falls in love...maybe.
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