Trailer: Vampire comedy Bite Me with American Horror Story’s Naomi Grossman

What does an IRS agent have in common with a vampire? They are both bloodsuckers, and they both come together for a “taxing” relationship in the award-winning subversive romantic comedy BITE ME starring Naomi McDougall Jones, Christian Coulson, and Naomi Grossman (American Horror Story). And today we have the film's trailer to share with you guys. You can give it a look-see below and then let us know what you think!

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A real-life vampire and the IRS agent who audits her. In New York City Sarah (Jones) is part of a subculture of people who identify as vampires who believe they need to drink blood to stay healthy. James (Coulson) is an expat IRS agent assigned to audit Sarah's vampire church. Romance sparks between the two while clashes between their different worlds cause hiccups. Sarah's roommates and community are not accepting of James, while James' conservative Christian friends aren't too fond of the vampire cult. As the impending IRS ruling looms, the two are forced to confront their feelings; will they abide by the norms or do they have the courage to fall in love with outsiders. “Bite Me” is a fun and colorful romantic comedy offering audiences hope, joy and acceptance. 

BITE ME is directed by Meredith Edwards, written and produced by Naomi McDougall Jones, produced by Sarah Wharton and executive produced by Jack Lechner and Joanne Zippel. The film costars Naomi Grossman (American Horror Story) and Annie Golden (Orange is the New Black). The film is available to watch on the indie subscription-on-demand service, Seed & Spark, as well as for rental/purchase on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. 

Following Bite Me’s 2019 Cinequest World Premiere and Best Feature Film Win at VTXIFF, the Bite Me team decided to go rogue and change how independent films are distributed with The Joyful Vampire Tour of America, a 49-screening, 40-city, 3-month, RV-fueled, old-school carnival-coming-to-town extravaganza that is circumnavigating the US from May 6-August 4, 2019. More information is available at www.BiteMeTheFilm.com.

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