Blood Runs Cold
Some new eye candy has been issued for the next film from The Collective and Bloody Disgusting Selects, Blood Runs Cold, and we have a look at the artwork and more for you right now. Check it out!
There are certain people whom you never want to run into in your life... an angry mother-in-law, an overzealous IRS agent, a Thai hooker with a scorching case of herpes, and of course Blood Runs Cold's Ax Man. Need an example of why?
Bloody Disgusting Selects is set to release Sonny Laguna's psycho looking slasher flick Blood Runs Cold (review) here in the States, and we've got an official image gallery for you open for some truly disturbing business.
Bloody Disgusting Selects is set to release Sonny Laguna's psycho looking slasher flick Blood Runs Cold (review) here in the States, and we've got the first theatre info and more for you. Why? Because we know how much you love the red stuff!
While we all wait patiently for Bloody Disgusting Selects to release the psycho looking slasher flick Blood Runs Cold here in the States, our friends across the pond are already getting the flick on DVD, and we've got the UK trailer and box art for you to dig on right here!
My blood runs cold ... my memory has just been sold ... my ange... What? Oh sorry. In any event word has just come down that Bloody Disgusting Selects has acquired its next flick, the Swedish Slasher opus Blood Runs Cold. Read on for details.
My Blood Runs Cold! My memory has just been sold; time for a gory centerfold. Sorry. Couldn't resist. Feeling nostalgic. Anyway, you know the drill ... new image ... Film4 FrightFest. Dig it!
The good folks over at the Sweden-based production company Stockholm Syndrome have released a fast and furious new trailer for their latest slasher film, Blood Runs Cold, and it brings the violence for sure. The slasher gods are pleased.
More Swedish horrors are headed our way, and while we don't know exactly when we'll being seeing the new flick Blood Runs Cold, we're still happy that it's on the horizon! Dig on the teaser trailer for the flick, filmed on a micro-budget by Sweden-based production company Stockholm Syndrome, below.