Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Young Blood Premieres September 21

A concerned old citizen grumping on the set of Young Blood: Evil Intentions
Back in March of this year, I made a little trip up to Martinsville, VA, my old hometown, to be an extra in the indie vampire flick, Young Blood: Evil Intentions, made by local filmmakers Mat and Myron Smith (see "Young Blood: The Movie," March 9, 2012). At last, the movie premieres at the Rives Theater in uptown Martinsville on September 21, at 9:00 PM. Tickets are $7.00, but only limited quantities remain. (There are additional screenings Saturday, Sept. 22, and Sunday, Sept. 23.) Tickets may be purchased at the following locations in Martinsville and Eden, NC:
  • Screamin InkTattoo - 625 N. Bridge St., Eden, NC (336) 623-2205
  • Woodall's Music - 2163 Virginia Ave., Collinsville, VA (276) 647-1973
  • Stafford's Music - 1320 S. Memorial Blvd., Martinsville, VA 24112 (276) 656-1555
  • What's Your Sign? - 27 E. Church St., Martinsville, VA (276) 632-0576
You can also purchase tickets on Make payments to Smithstonia Videography & Graphic Designs.

Young Blood: Evil Intentions stars Autumn Ward, Zoe Cox, Rebecca Kidd, Myron Smith, Brett Smith, Cletus Earles, Lloyd Kaufman (Troma Ent.), Dick Jansen (Star News), Robert Hobbs, Cindy G. Price, Rita Smith, Count Smokula, Butch Patrick (The Munsters), Sal “The Vampire Santa” Lizard and Jamison Newlander (The Lost Boys).

"Raised in a torn home, one girl discovers she has the ability to make big changes, with even bigger consequences. Anavey Winchester (Autumn Ward), with the loyal help of her innocent little sister Anastasia (Zoe Cox), form an army of young, blood-thirsty vampires to kill all the adults. No one is safe! Will Anavey’s dreams become a reality? Will Anastasia escape the cult before it’s too late? Will the angry mob put an end to the insanity?"

And... ye trailer:

1 comment:

James Robert Smith said...

Utterly cool. Unfortunately I'll be in Colorado when it screens.