New Sci-fi Horror Sensation BLOOD AND SNOW!

Black Mandala will release the upcoming sci-fi horror film, BLOOD AND SNOW! The film directed by Jesse Palangio had its world premiere at Horrorhound Film Festival. Take a look at the official trailer and find out more details on the film below.

From The Press Release

Black Mandala presents the sci-fi horror movie, “BLOOD AND SNOW”, directed by Jesse Palangio. An extraordinary event becomes a true nightmare in this Canadian film had its World Premiere at HORRORHOUND FILM FESTIVAL; Official Selection at CHICAGO HORROR FILM FESTIVAL; and was nominated for “Best Horror Feature”, at HAUNTED HOUSE. 

Two scientists uncover a meteorite impact site in the Arctic tundra, but it kills one scientist and infects the other. A nearby base takes in the lone survivor whilst trying to understand what happened. The lone survivor may not be the person they think she is.

Starring Simon Phillips (ButchersEscaping ParadiseThe Witcher); Vernon Wells (CommandoMacGyver); Anne-Carolyne Binette (Deinfluencer); Blake Canning (Ash & Dust); Michael Swatton; Brianna Ripley.

Director: Jesse Palangio
Script: Rossa McPhillips, Simon Phillips
Cast: Simon Phillips, Vernon Wells,  Anne-Carolyne Binette, Blake Canning , Michael Swatton, Brianna Ripley.
Cinematography: Jesse Palangio
Music: Darren Morze
Producers: Mem Ferda 
Executive Producers: Michael Kraetzer, Nicolás Onetti, Sayf Aram, Ken Bressers, Gill Holland, Michael Mohan Joshua, Rabia Mustafa, Kelly Schwartz, Jeremy Sheldon, and Willkie Ventures 

About Michael Juvinall (6694 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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