Our brothers in harm over at Bloody Disgusting nabbed themselves a couple of exclusive stills from Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer's newest vampire opus, Brotherhood of Blood, starring Sid Haig, Ken Foree, and Victoria Pratt. Peep the pic below, and make sure you click the above link for more! - Uncle Creepy
And this time he don't have Ash or Spidey to watch his ass! Variety reported today that Raimi, fresh off of spinning his latest web, is ready to trade in his director's spandex in favor of producing something with a bit more bite. What does this all mean? Good news for vampire enthusiasts that's what!
Though it’s not terribly new, it sure is pretty damn cool. To the right you’ll see the first piece of teaser art for Brotherhood of Blood, the Sid Haig/Ken Foree-starring vampire flick from the directing team of Michael Roesch and Peter Scheerer, who also wrote the flick.
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