NYC! Chris Alexander’s “BLOOD FOR IRINA” hits Times Scare this month
Fango editor Chris Alexander’s debut feature, the Eurohorror inspired fever dream BLOOD FOR IRINA is returning to New York with director in tow.
Having seen its New York premiere last month during Brooklyn’s Philip K. Dick International Film Festival (where it won Best Horror Film), the experimental, dialogue-free arthouse scare flick is now coming to Times Square’s Times Scare January 29 for a special engagement with Alexander and cast on hand.
In the film, “a dying predator (Shauna Henry) stalks the streets at night looking for blood. She has lived over a century; tormented by painful memories, living in a run-down seaside motel. Her perceptions skewed, her body and mind revolting against her, her private hell is mirrored by the motel’s manager, driven by an obsession to protect Irina and keep her secrets safe. A broken prostitute (Carrie Gemmell) whose desperate plight may be worse than Irina’s, also haunts the water’s edge.”
BLOOD FOR IRINA rolls at New York City’s year-round haunted attraction at 9 p.m. For much more, including advanced tickets, visit Times Scare.