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Trailer: Vampire Horror BLOOD WINDOW Now on DVD

The vampire thriller Blood Widow saw a DVD on February 4th. Already released on Digital platforms this past January 15th, Blood Widow brings a serial killer to a small Arizona town. But, this killer is fanged and immortal! Blood Widow is a film from director Brendan Guy Murphy (Limbo). And, this indie title stars: James Craven (Tuscaloosa), Dallas Thomas (Wastelander) and stage actor Hector Ayala. Give the trailer a spin embedded at the top of the article.

Synopsis:
In the story, a clan of vampires has been reduced to just one. Desperate, this sole remaining predator is preying on women, in Tucson, Arizona. Detective Valentine (Craven) and Stokes  (Thomas) are hot on the killer’s trail. But, this nightstalker is determined to spill more blood on the streets and spread a dark cloud across this terror filled city.

Blood Window is directed by Brendan Guy Murphy; the film was penned by Dominic Ross and Brendan Guy Murphy.

Also known as Viuda de Sangre, Blood Widow promises a great time spent with the denizens of the dark. Indican will also show Blood Widow in theatres across the U.S. this month, in: Texas, New Mexico, and California. Check your local listings for a vampire thriller that few will forget!

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Written by Josh Millican

Josh Millican is the Editor in Chief at Dread Central.

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