On the heels of VOLUMES OF BLOOD, a sequel is currently in the works aptly named VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES, which will be released by Blood Moon Pictures.  In recent news, the final trailer poster for “Trick or Treat” directed by Sean Blevins was released (see above).

Like the first film, the sequel will be set in a predetermined destination with interwoven horror stories based on that certain location. In the first installment, a public library was the main focus. In HORROR STORIES, the location will be an old home.

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A couple plans to purchase an old home, but would like one last tour before the closing. They’re guided around the estate by a creepy realtor that may have more in store than they bargained for. Searching floor by floor, they begin to discover the remnants of its sordid and terrifying past… A popular 80’s franchise gets a modern upgrade, but at what price? On Halloween night a teen left home alone meets a trick or treator that wants more than just candy. A door to door insurance salesman makes a Thanksgiving house call with monstrous consequences. Andrew and Sara are happily married and plan on spending some quality time together, but something sinister has other plans for their evening. Carol’s Christmas Eve turns into a fight for survival when a vengeful stranger isn’t feeling the holiday spirit. Lastly, a birthday party turns bloody when some unexpected guests drop by at the wrong time. Seven interwoven tales of terror, how many stories does your house have?

The seven tells of terror are as follows:

  • Murder Death Killer – Directed by: Nathan Thomas Milliner
  • Fear, For Sinners Here – Directed by Nathan Thomas Milliner
  • Trick or Treat – Directed by Sean Blevins
  • A Killer House – Directed by James Treakle
  • Feeding Time – Directed by John William Holt
  • Blood Bath, Directed by John Maynard
  • The Deathday Party – Directed by Justin Seaman

What are your thoughts on this anthology?

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