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The first four minutes of Summer of Blood don't suck

Nope. Onur Tukel's vampire comedy Summer of Blood actually looks funny. Like if Woody Allen made a horror movie. Only better, 'cause I'm not much a Woody Allen fan to tell the truth.

I'll wait for you pretentious types to send some hate email our way. But hurry. The clock is running down.

Anyway, the first four minutes of Summer of Blood turned up online today and it's pretty damn good. My wife dug the shit out of it, and this isn't her kind of comedy. Check it for your damn selves:


Summer of Blood - Opening Clip by dreadcentral

Lousy lover and egocentric Eric Sparrow is dumped by his girlfriend after rejecting her marital proposal. After a few failed dates his luck turns when a chance encounter with a vampire makes him a sex god.

Y'all don't have to wait long to see Summer of Blood. It hits select theatres and VOD this Friday.

Source: Dread Central


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