With the weather getting chillier and the holidays bearing down on us, it can only mean one thing for film buffs … Sundance 2011 (running January 20-30) is right around the corner!
While there’s been no mention of its midnight movie line-up as of yet (stay tuned for that), the first genre film to play the event has been announced, and as part of the World Cinema Dramatic competition, it will be Iwai Shunji’s new horror film Vampire.
In the film Kevin Zegers (Frozen, Dawn of the Dead, Wrong Turn) plays a schoolteacher with a taste for human blood who searches for suicidal young women as his victims, all of whom he falls in love with before their deaths.
Also appearing in the film are Keisha Castle-Hughes, Rachael Leigh Cook, Kristin Kreuk (“Smallville”), Adelaide Clemens (X-Men: Origins), Trevor Morgan (Mean Creek), Amanda Plummer, and Japanese star Yu Aoi.
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