Children of the Night Lands Distribution, Announces Release Date
The upcoming horror film CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT, about a clan of child vampires who come under attack, has landed distribution from Artsploitation Films and will be hitting DVD, Blu-ray, and various digital platforms on October 6, 2015. CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT is written and directed by Iván Noel and stars Ana María Giunta, Toto Muñoz, Sabrina Ramos, and Lauro Veron. Check out the press release, the plot summary, and the trailer below for this interesting sounding flick:
Child Vampires Take on Stake-Wielding Villagers in
Ivan Noel’s Children of the Night
South America has been a hotbed of new indie horror films for several years and one cannot find a better example of this than in Children of the Night, an Argentinean vampire tale that is innovative, creepy, bloody and even funny. John W. Allman of The Tampa Tribune called the film “Haunting and wholly original…bites down with bloody glee!”
Artsploitation Films is releasing this wildly entertaining vampire tale on DVD/Blu-ray and VOD October 6th.
CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT
- DVD UPC: 851597006117
- BLU UPC: 851597006162
- DVD SRP: $24.99
- BLU SRP: $29.99
- Synopsis: A secluded colony of child vampires come under attack from vengeful villagers in this darkly funny horror tale by Argentinean filmmaker Ivan Noel. A journalist visits a secluded orphanage where children suffer from an unknown skin disease. She soon learns that they are in fact not children, but vampires aging from 4 to 120 years old and who have been bitten at an early age and forever remain in that physical state. They are led and protected by a strange and deeply religious ex-nurse whose destiny in life is to find these ‘lost souls’ and raise them in her sanctuary. Through religious teachings, nocturnal rituals and the occasional visit to local towns for fresh human blood, she keeps them safe – that is until a cultish band of men from a nearby village plot to destroy the refuge. Now the children, headed by the 90-year-old grandson of Count Dracula, must defend their way of life.
- Bonus features: Director’s Commentary, Making Of Featurette, Trailer
Here’s the trailer. What do you think? I think it looks stylish and like the fact it doesn’t pander to the audience with a bunch of overly cute and precocious kids. Check out the trailer:
Look for CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT on October 6, 2015.