We’re all well acquainted with micro-budget filmmaking around here. Thus far the film with the most minimalist of a budget was the indie zombie sensation Colin. That’s about to change as we expose you to The Vampire in the Hole made for just a single dollar.
That’s right, ONE DOLLAR. Losaga Films and co-directors Sadrac González and Sonia Escolano apparently worked out a deal with everyone who donated their time and equipment to the project that they would be compensated down the road when the film makes a profit. How could it not?
Even more surprising? The flick actually looks really good. Check out the trailer, some stills, artwork, a clip, and even the first five minutes below. For more head on over to Undead Backbrain. Thanks to DC reader Avery for the heads-up!
Vampirism is a newly discovered viral illness whose initial stages spread as quickly as the flu. May has just turned seventeen and has become infected. She is the only vampire in her family and her neighborhood, and as such, her life changes dramatically. In her daily surroundings she is now seen as a monster; kids throw stones at her and she is bullied at work. However, May tries to adapt by following the rules and norms set by the government on infected citizens who wish to fit back into society.
Opinion is divided about what should be done with the “infected”. Should one accept them or reject them? And this division foreshadows a future war where racism and intolerance will inevitably hasten the definitive rift between humans and vampires.
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