Stake Land hit select theaters this Friday, and now two character images make their way to your eyeballs.

The latest from Mulberry Street director Jim Mickle, the movie tells the story of a country collapsed, a vampire plague hosted by the abandoned towns, and a frantic escape to the safe refuge of Canada.

That makes total sense.

Check out the hobo chic and vampire aesthetic of the images for yourself:

They both remind me of girls I used to date who, ironically, were from Canada.

I have a feeling that second one would eat Edward Cullen’s face off.

Adam got to see it at Fantastic Fest, so you can check out his review of Stake Land here.

What do you think?

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