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Chastity Bites (DVD)

Starring Allison Scagliotti, Francia Raisa, Louise Griffiths, Eduardo Rioseco, Amy Okuda Directed by John V. Knowles

Sink Your Teeth into These Exclusive Chastity Bites Vignettes

Chastity Bites has arrived on home video, and right now we have a pair of exclusive character vignettes to dig on. That's right, two of them. One for each fang.

CONTEST CLOSED! Win a Copy of Chastity Bites on DVD

The official DVD release of Chastity Bites is upon us, and we have a chance for your vamp-loving self to score a copy of the flick right here, right now. What are you waiting for? Drop the garlic, put away the crosses, and read on for details!

Chastity Bites into Two More Vignettes

On tap right now for you vampire lovers are two more vignettes that take you behind the scenes of the upcoming horror comedy Chastity Bites. Check 'em out and look for more on this flick soon! Until then... stay outta the sun!

Chastity Bites into These Three Vignettes

On tap right now for you vampire lovers are three vignettes that take you behind the scenes of the upcoming horror comedy Chastity Bites. Check 'em out and look for much more on this flick soon! Until then... stay outta the sun!

Chastity Bites into DVD

The official DVD release details and artwork for Chastity Bites have arrived, and we have every single blood-soaked pixel of the goodies right here for your perusal. Drop the garlic, put away the crosses, and check it out!

Feast on Chastity Bites on November 1st

The official release date for Chastity Bites has been announced and you can dig on the flick on VOD November 1 with a DVD release set for February 2014. Not enough for you? How about a new trailer? Dig it!

Chastity Bites Down on Distro

Some quick distro news has arrived for Chastity Bites as the flick has been picked up by Gravitas Ventures for digital and VOD services this November, followed by a DVD release via Grand Entertainment in February 2014.

#SDCC 2013: Exclusive Artwork - Chastity Bites

Two new one-sheets for the latest flick from John V. Knowles, Chastity Bites, have arrived featuring artwork by illustrator Tim Seeley. Check 'em out!

New Illustrated One-Sheet for Chastity Bites Delivers

A new one-sheet for the latest flick from John V. Knowles, Chastity Bites, has arrived featuring artwork by illustrator, writer, and filmmaker Nathan Thomas Milliner, owner of Rebel Rouser Art. Check it out!

Elizabeth Bathory Finds Out that Chastity Bites

Elizabeth Bathory. The name lives on in absolute infamy, and for good reason. It's not every day a woman will bathe in the blood of youngsters as a means to stay young looking. The good news? The bitch is back in the latest flick from John V. Knowles, Chastity Bites.

Indie Horror Month: Exclusive - Director D. Kerry Prior Talks The Revenant

A few weeks back we posted a couple of cast member interviews from the indie horror flick The Revenant (review here), and we pick up our Indie Horror Month coverage today with an interview with the film’s director, D. Kerry Prior.

Indie Horror Month - Exclusive: Jacy Gross Talks The Revenant

Undoubtedly, the heart and soul of The Revenant are best friends Bart (David Anders) and Joey (Chris Wylde) but as the saying goes, for every good man there’s an equally good woman (or two in this instance) behind them. Balancing out the testosterone on the set of the film were actresses Jacy Gross and Louise Griffiths.

Indie Horror Month - Exclusive: Chris Wylde Talks Bromance and Zombies in The Revenant

In 2009 I had the pleasure of checking out The Revenant during the Screamfest Film Festival. Directed by Kerry Prior, the film stars David Anders, Chris Wylde, Jacy Gross, and Louise Griffiths and is centered around Bart (Anders), a soldier who is killed overseas in Iraq.

A Trailer for The Revenant Finds Its Way Online

When we first put up our five-knife review for D. Kerry Prior's The Revenant last May, I was a bit taken aback. Where did this flick come from, and how in the hell was it worthy of a perfect score? Well, now that I've seen it (thanks to the awesome Fantastic Fest), I have to admit that, despite it being a tad too long, it is indeed nearly flawless.