Bloodsuckers Invade Found Footage with this Trailer for The Black Water Vampire

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Bloodsuckers Invade Found Footage with this Trailer for The Black Water VampireBack in May we got our first look at Bill Oberst, Jr., in the found footage saga of The Black Water Vampire, and now, with Image Entertainment set to release the film in early 2014, a trailer has arrived. Check it out, and look for more soon.

Jesse Baget (Breathless, Cellmates) wrote and produced the film under his Ruthless Pictures banner. Evan Tramel directed. In addition to Bill Oberst, Jr., The Black Water Vampire stars Danielle Lozeau (The Eye, Legion), Andrea Monier (Elizabethtown, Are You Scared 2), Robin Steffen (The Lackey), and Anthony Fanelli.

The Black Water Vampire follows a documentary film crew as they investigate a series of brutal killings known as the Black Water Murders. As they delve deeper into the story, the crew stumbles upon a horrifying secret buried deep in the woods, a secret they might not survive.

Oberst was excited about portraying the alleged serial killer Raymond Banks in the film, “When Jesse asked me to play Raymond Banks, he sent along a link to one of the more disturbing pieces of real-life video I’ve ever seen for character inspiration; it was a clip of serial killer Aileen Wuornos on the day before her execution. That clip was a stroke of genius. It stayed with me. If my performance works, it will be because of Jesse’s talent and his insistence on reality and nuance over cliche.”

What sick-minded killer brutalized four women and left their blood-drained corpses by Black Water Creek? Andrea Adams (Monier) wants to know, and she’s taking her film crew to find out the truth. What they find there can only be told by the footage left behind. Blood-wrenching, soul-shattering terror waits for those who dare enter these woods.

The Black Water Vampire

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