Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories trailer brings terror to the holidays

Last Updated on July 31, 2021

Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories

A young couple is hoping to find a home they could see themselves dying in, and they end up taking a tour of a house where a bunch of people have died before in the horror anthology VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES, the sequel to last year's VOLUMES OF BLOOD.

We shared the first trailer for HORROR STORIES a couple weeks before Halloween, and now a new trailer has arrived a couple weeks before Christmas. The timing of these trailer releases seems quite appropriate, as the latest preview shows off the fact that some of the film's segments have a holiday theme: there's Thanksgiving, Father's Day, and yes, Halloween and Christmas. There's also plenty of bloodshed.

The synopsis:

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?

VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES consists of the following segments – A Killer House, directed by James Treakle; Feeding Time, directed by John William Holt; Blood Bath, directed by Jon Maynard; Trick or Treat, directed by Sean Blevins; The Deathday Party, directed by Justin Seaman; Haters, directed by P.J. Starks; and two segments directed by Nathan Thomas Milliner, Murder Death Killer and Fear, For Sinners Here.

The anthology is currently making the festival rounds.

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