Book of Blood

AFM: The 2008 Round-up!

Horror may currently be in a slump, but the 2008 American Film Market has shown a huge light at the end of the tunnel. This year showcased a record number of horror titles and Dread Central was on hand to catch a great deal of them. Some were good, some were bad but all showed that this genre still has plenty of lifeblood left. Many exhibitors were also kind enough to show us movie promos, while others coldly showed us the door (Lesbian Vampire Killers, I’m looking at you).

Book of Blood

 Year  Country
  • Year: 2009
  • Country: UK
  •  Run Time   MPAA Rating
     Category  Color
  • Category: Feature
  • Color type: Color
  •  Director
  • Director: John Harrison
  •  Writer(s)
     Sub Genre
  • Sub Genre: Adaptation
  •  Keywords
  • Themes: Ghosts
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    Plot Synopsis:

    Paranormal researcher Mary Florescu's investigations lead her to Simon McNeal, a college student who appears to be channelling messages from the dead. As their erotic relationship develops the line between the worlds of the living and the dead become blurred and finally collapse in a stunning and astonishing climax.

  • Book of Blood (Blu-ray / DVD)
  • Book of Blood (2009)

  • Interviews:

    DVD Releases: Sept 22, 2009: The Chosen One Finds Grave Danger in the Book of Blood
    Two New Clips: Clive Barker's Book of Blood
    Win a Copy of Book of Blood on Blu-ray and a Poster
    Second Book of Blood Clip Gushes to Life
    Exclusive Clip: Clive Barker's Book of Blood
    Book of Blood DVD and Blu-ray Art and Specs
    New Stills: Clive Barker's Book of Blood
    See Barker's Book of Blood at Comic-Con
    Red Band Trailer - Clive Barker's Book of Blood
    Read Your Book of Blood DVD this September!


    Barker Talks Blood, Dread & Souls!

    It seems like every time Phil & Sarah over at Revelations put up a new interview with Clive Barker, I never have more than a few minutes to skim through it to find the good bits for you guys. These interviews are always huge, funny, informative and give the kind of insight into the mind of Clive that you simply cannot get anywhere else, so how can a few minutes be enough?