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CAMP BLOOD TRILOGY ON DVD!

Steven Davies Posted: 13 June, 2006 at 16:13 PM GMT
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Killer clown fans rejoice! On July 18,2006, Razor Digital Entertainment will release BRAD SYKES’ CAMP BLOOD TRILOGY. For the first time ever, all three films in the series - CAMP BLOOD (1999), CAMP BLOOD 2 (2000) and WITHIN THE WOODS (2005) will be packaged in one deluxe DVD set.

“Ever since making the first movie in 1999, a considerable fan base has built up over time for the CAMP BLOOD movies, “ says writer/director Sykes. “And all three stories do connect so it made sense to put them all together in a set. Plus, CAMP BLOOD 2 has been out of print for a while, so this is a good chance for a lot of people who might’ve missed it the first time around.”

Since making the first film six years ago, Sykes has seen the CAMP BLOOD movies released everywhere from the UK, France, and Germany to Thailand. “I honestly never thought the series would go so far. But the first film was really well-received as soon as it was released. It was shot in 3-D, which was unique, and it really delivered the goods. And there’s something about “The Clown”…I didn’t realize at the time how many people are afraid of clowns or just find them creepy. Most of our cast and crew were freaked out just being on the set. There’s more killer clown movies coming out nowadays, but we were one of the first.”

Does the CAMP BLOOD TRILOGY spell the end for the series? “Hard to say, “says Sykes. “Each CAMP BLOOD movie has been different; the first was more of a straight-up slasher, the sequel was more broadly comedic and WOODS hit a nice balance. It’s all about finding a fresh and exciting approach to the material.”

Retail for the CAMP BLOOD TRILOGY is $14.99.

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Steven Davies Posted: 13 June, 2006 at 16:13 PM GMT
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