Indie Buzz: The Black Water Vampire (2014) Preview

 

Image sourced from The Black Water Vampire's Facebook page
Image sourced from The Black Water Vampire’s Facebook page

We had the pleasure of interviewing him just last month and now indie horror icon Bill Oberst Jr. is back in found-footage flick, The Black Water Vampire.

Produced under the Ruthless Pictures banner by Jesse Baget (Breathless, Cellmates), The Black Water Vampire focuses on a group of documentary filmmakers who are investigating a series of vicious killings. As the crew delve deeper into the story, they discover a horrifying secret – one that they may not be able to survive.

Bill Oberst Jr., the actor behind characters such as Abraham Lincoln in Abraham Lincoln vs Zombies and The Facebook Stalker in Emmy award-winning Take This Lollipop, will tackle the role of alleged serial killer Raymond Banks, whilst Danielle Lozeau (The Eye, Legion), Andrea Monier (Are You Scared 2), Robin Steffen (The Lackey) and Anthony Fanelli also star.

Directed by Evan Tramel, the premise of The Black Water Vampire sounds very promising and, as big fans of The Blair Witch Project and found-footage movies in general, we wait with bated breath for the trailer.

For more information check out Ruthless Pictures Facebook page and The Black Water Vampire’s Facebook page. Don’t forget to follow Ruthless Pictures on Twitter at @RuthlessPicture.

Read our interview with Bill Oberst Jr. here.

Image sourced from The Black Water Vampire's Facebook page
Image sourced from The Black Water Vampire’s Facebook page
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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you Emma and Luke, both for your coverage of Jesse Baget’s “The Black Water Vampire” in this post, and for your brilliant support of independent horror in general! We who labor in indies and love the genre are in your debt. ~ Bill

    Bill Oberst Jr.
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2454994/

    1. Emma Knock says:

      Hi Bill, thanks so much for your comment and your kind words about our support of indie horror. We can’t wait to see Baget’s The Black Water Vampire and we’re keeping our eye out for future updates about the film and your upcoming projects!

      Best,
      Em

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