By Scott Beggs · Published on August 5th, 2011
In Stake Land, the country has been ravaged by economic depression, social upheaval, and, of course, vampire attacks. In this exclusive clip, director Jim Mickle talks a bit about the origin of the project, and producer Larry Fesenden shares some real insight into what it’s like filming in areas of the country that have been hit by the economic downturn that they can only fictionalize.
But don’t worry. There’s good old fashioned blood spilling for those that want their horror sticky (and without political commentary).
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