BLOOD FOR IRINA, Fangoria Mag’s Chris Alexander

I’ll admit it – I love my nontraditional and off beat horror flicks. While I love a big budget splash – sometimes its not having all the money that make a story told better. My pal @lewistice clued me into this one recently. Blood for Irina is an “intimate, dark, lonely, beautiful and surreal, fueled by dread, imagery and emotion” telling by writer, journalist and FANGORIA magazine editor Chris Alexander. This is Alexanders debut for Autonomy pictures a fast growing shop, gaining momentum for creative genre films.

For me this is a trifecta – I’m a huge fan of  FANGORIA magazine, so mix that up with vamp’s and the dark place Autonomy pictures is willing to reach..

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Irina (Shauna Henry) is dying. A predator who stalks streets at night looking for blood, she has lived over a century; tormented by memory, living in a run-down motel by the sea, Irina has reached the end. Her perceptions skewed, her body and mind revolting against themselves, she waits for an exit.

Her private hell is echoed by the motel manager (David Goodfellow, who also co-produced), driven by an obsession to protect Irina and keep her secrets safe, and a broken prostitute (Carrie Gemmell) whose desperate plight may be worse than Irina¹s. It’s the tale of three people living a life on the fringe, trapped in world of literal and figurative decay.

Alexander also co-produced, edited and co-shot “BLOOD FOR IRINA” and provides the film¹s hypnotic score. Blood effects work was handled by Paul Jones (the “RESIDENT EVIL” series, “SILENT HILL”).