Director Bryan Ferriter will be releasing his latest vampire movie Crimson Winter (2013) along with Big Screen Entertainment on Blu-ray / DVD this October 7, 2014. I have heard that this film is pretty bad so watch it with caution. Starring in Crimson Winter are Bryan Ferriter, Paulie Rojas, David Lee Smith, Patrick Gorman, Andrew Roth, Kailey Portsmouth and Nick Milodragovich.
For centuries now, vampires have been forced to live in the shadows. Elric, a prince of these highly evolved creatures of the night, falls in love with a human… the very race that pushed his people into myth. This is an intolerable offense to the royal family and Elric is imprisoned for a century until a group of loyalists battle to free him from his dark cell. Together they escape to the remote mountainous terrain of North America where they begin building an army to exact revenge upon his family. A century later, in the frozen heart of winter, a group of researchers sets out to investigate a mysterious decline in the local wildlife population. Their journey takes them deep into the isolated mountain wilderness where they soon discover a terrifying truth and find themselves caught between two foes in a centuries-old battle between vampires and hunters. As they struggle to survive, they come face to face with the vampire prince, Elric, who is haunted by his own dark past. An ancient prophecy and his own anguished heart weigh heavily upon him as the vampire lord decides the fate of those who have discovered his hidden sanctum.
Crimson Winter (2013)
Synopsis: Humans massacred their race, wrote them out of history, and pushed them into myth... Now in the midst of a Vampire civil war...
Directors: Bryan Ferriter
Genres: Drama, Fantasy
Writers: Bryan Ferriter, Nathan Mills, Ryan Pfeiffer
Producers: Kim Claassen, Bryan Ferriter, Isaac Marble, Nick Milodragovich
Musicians: William Piotrowski
Editors: Ulysses Guidotti
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