I love the vampire genre, but I’m longing for more that have a dark theme, something I can really get my teeth into y’know? Perhaps we will have one which will feature real-life vampires, read on below for all the details.
According to Deadline, Management-production companies Caliber Media Co and Benderspink have teamed with Simplicity Media to create an experimental feature film which blends with social media, entitled Bloodloss.
The film is to be set in the “modern-day subculture of “sanguine vampires”, a close-knit community with a spiritual obsession to drink human blood to maintain physical health. The feature narrative will be constructed from pseudo-documentary scenes using a combination of actors and true participants in this lifestyle (both human vampires and their blood donors) shot in real vampire-fetish nightclubs.”
The social media part will enable viewers to receive status updates and video posts which directly engage you with each character involved and the dark world in which they live in.
“Bloodloss focuses on a documentary television producer as she investigates her sister’s sudden disappearance into an underground culture of self-proclaimed “vampires” in Los Angeles. As she discovers how these people actually live, their world of sex and drugs is beyond any addiction she has ever experienced.”
No director or cast have been announced as of yet, but the search is on.