Monday, 8 March 2010

The Vampires Of Bloody Island

Oops, another late heads-up, but you might want to check out this new indie Brit flick, available on DVD right now...
Not my words, but below is some blurb.

So what is this independent British vampire film, starring a bunch of unknown actors, that's been stirring up such feeling amongst the public, while still as yet largely under the radar of the industry press?

'The Vampires of Bloody Island' is a comedy horror story which harks back to the style and nostalgia of the British Hammer vampire movies of the 1970's. Filled to it's rotting rafters with creepy comical characters and plenty of exploding vampires, it's a laugh-packed send up of every vampire film you've ever loved.
"We've really taken the whole nostalgic Hammer Studios style of vampire film, with that charmingly English creepy feel, and piled on lashes of humour and special effects." Describes Allin. "The result is a really funny film filled with creepy characters and stunning locations that people want to watch again and again!"
The Scream Magazine calls it "A real cult classic", Dark Nights Magazine calls it "Genuinely hilarious and tremendous fun" while British Film magazine says the film is "set to tantalise fans of horror and comedy alike."
The NTSC DVD will be available on Feb 1st. Join the mailing list to be amongst the first to get it, and at a discount!
You can see the trailer for 'The Vampires of Bloody Island', buy the DVD right now on multi-region PAL, and join the thousands of people receiving newsletters, all from the Weird World of Wibbell website at

1 comment:

Wendell McKay said...

One of the things I love about your blog, Chris, and the Agadoo Cup Marshy and Darrell put on over at the board, is that they really celebrate the ongoing tradition of British horror, rather than the much-ballyhooed glory years of the 1950s-70s. I've probably seen more British horror over the past few months than I have in several years due to this, and "The Vampires of Bloody Island" can now go on my list. Thanks! :)