Short “Preylude” Released for Volumes of Blood

Volumes of Blood posterOne of the directors of the upcoming horror anthology film, VOLUMES OF BLOOD, has recently released a short film as a prelude, or should I write “preylude,” to the upcoming anthology. VOLUMES OF BLOOD is directed by Jakob Bilinski, P.J. Starks, Nathan Thomas Milliner, John Kenneth Muir, and Lee Vervoort. It’s written by Milliner, Sparks, and Todd Martin and stars Kristine Renee FarleyJim O’RearRoni Jonah, Jason Crowe, Kevin Roach, and Eric Huskisson. Here’s the plot crunch:

A sociology student gathers several friends at the local library on Halloween night to help him create a new urban legend with deadly consequences; Lily is in for a late night of researching and needs something to keep her going. It isn’t until she’s approached by a stranger that her luck may change – for the worse; a typical night of work for a librarian becomes a classic ghost story with a modern twist. Sometimes you can’t keep a bad book down; Sidney is allowed to stay after hours to study for a test. It’s not until she awakens in the darkened library that she realizes the truth of what lurks among the books after midnight. She better pray she doesn’t become the prey; Paige faces regrets that she’d do anything to take back. When an ancient and arcane spell book falls into her lap, she decides to make a grave decision. Be careful what you wish for, it might just kill you.

P.J. Starks recently wrote and shot a short film as a kind of preylude to the upcoming anthology, which is due out March 13, 2015. Here’s a short description of the short:

The fifth unsuspecting victim is stalked by a sociopath hell bent on making her suffer. Will she survive or will she die trying?

Check it out:

Stay Bloody!!!

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