Bayview Entertainment has released a new clip from their vampire horror-comedy, I HAD A BLOODY GOOD TIME AT HOUSE HARKER. The film is available now on DVD and streaming at Amazon. Watch the clip and get more details about the film down below.
From The Press Release
Bayview Entertainment offers a Bloody Good Clip from the Horror-Comedy, ‘I Had a Bloody Good Time at House Harker’. Available everywhere vampires live!
For generations the Harker family has protected the cursed skull of the last master vampire, the source of all vampire power on Earth. But in a modern day Midwestern town, no like likes the last remaining Harker siblings because they believe in vampires and, as everyone knows, vampires don t exist. To prove their family legacy, the Harkers misuse county renovation money to turn their historical home into a theatrical vampire reenactment show and when two dead bodies turn up with strange animal attack marks, the Harkers convince the town that a vampire is on the loose and promise to kill it on stage at their family home. Their plans go awry when the actor they hire turns into a real vampire and gains incredible power. Now the fate of the world lies in the hands of an unprepared generation of vampire hunters who must overcome their own shortcomings to fulfill their destiny as the heirs of House Harker.
Watch ‘I Had a Bloody Good Time at House Harker’ on Amazon
About BayView Entertainment
BayView Entertainment, LLC, is a full service media company committed to acquire, develop, produce, market and distribute audio-visual content. For over fifteen years, BayView made its name by being dedicated to releasing only the best programs in each category from some of the most trusted names in the field.
BayView’s disc programming can be found throughout the country at all online suppliers plus fine brick & mortar retailers, as well as streaming/video on demand at all major digital retailers and platforms.
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