From the creators of Mulberry Street
We’ve seen a few teaser behind-the-scenes video clips (here) with actress Danielle Harris from Jim Mickle’s latest movie Stake Land before, but now a teaser trailer has emerged via the official Glass Eye Pix website for the movie.
From Jim Mickle and Nick Damici, the creative team behind the underrated Mulberry Street comes this unique vampire tale starring Kelly McGillis, Danielle Harris, Conor Paolo, Gregory Jones and Nick Damici.
Check out the trailer embedded below or on the Glass Eye Pix website right here. We’ve got a full more detailed synopsis after the trailer as well:
Synopsis: In a fierce, alternative vision of Americas bleak future, a young boy is about to learn how cruel the world can become. Martin was a normal teenage boy before the country collapsed in an empty pit of economic and political disaster.
And from the ashes rose a new breed of terror. A vampire epidemic has swept across what is left of the nations abandoned towns and cities, and its up to Mister, a death dealing, rogue vampire hunter, to get Martin safely north to Canada, the continents New Eden.
With his family slaughtered and his world splattered across the backroads of the nations northeast, Martin is taken under the wing of this mysterious stranger, learning the ways of the hunt and the cold reality of survival in a world left to fend for itself. Along their journey Mister and Martin discover firsthand the horrors of small town American extremism and are forced to ponder which is more bloodthirstyâ the starving vampires or the corrupted humans who seek to control them.
Armed with a trunk full of wooden stakes and a desperate will to stay alive, Mister and Martin make their way through locked down towns, recruiting fellow travelers along the wayâ a devout woman of god, an abandoned Marine, and a pregnant musician all on their way north to safety. But a nationwide Brotherhood of violent, end-of-days survivalists is just one obstacle that stands between them and freedom.
Welcome to Stake Land, kid…
Source: Glass Eye Pix, You Tube