Filmed in Kent Blood Moon screenings in Maidstone and Rochester!

Blood Mood Film Poster

Blood Mood Film Poster

Director: Jeremy Wooding

Starring: Shaun Dooley, George Blagden, Anna Skellern, Ian Whyte

Kent Locations: Laredo Wild West town near Longfield

Blood Mood is a bloody horror-western about two Colorado outlaws who hold up a stagecoach, with a mysterious gunslinger among the passengers. The tables are turned and the outlaws pray they will survive, although they realise there is a bigger danger – a beast known to the Native Americans as the “skinwalker”, which only appears on the night of a blood red moon to feast on human flesh.

The film is directed by Jeremy Wooding (Bollywood Queen, Peep Show) and stars Shaun Dooley (Eden Lake, The Woman in Black, TV’s Broadchurch), George Blagden (After the Dark, Les Miserables, TV’s Vikings), Anna Skellern (The Descent: Part Two, Gambit, TV’s The Musketeers) and Ian Whyte (Prometheus, Hercules, TV’s Game of Thrones).

The production filmed in Kent at Laredo Wild West town near Longfield for 4 weeks in February 2014.

“A Killer Slice Of Comic Book Horror” – Billy Chainsaw

“A Wild West Thrill Fest’” – James Whittington, The Horror Channel

“A Truly Great Film – ★★★★★” – Horror News.net

“A Pioneer Among The Posse -★★★★★” – TheMovieWaffler.com

“A Cracking Gothic Western” – Stuart Wright, Britflicks

The film is released in cinemas from September 28th 2015 and there will be two Kent screenings:

6th October at the Hazlitt Theatre with the Maidstone Film Society The Maidstone Film Society at 8pm, tickets £4 on the door including a screening and Q&A with director Jeremy Wooding afterwards.

3rd November in Rochester with the Rochester Film Society.

Links:

For more information about filming in Kent please contact: filmoffice@kent.gov.uk

For more information about the film: http://jingafilms.com/movies/blood-moon/

For more information about the Rochester screening: http://rochesterfilmsociety.co.uk/all-events/18373034240/

For more information about Laredo Wild West town: http://www.laredo.org.uk/

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For more information about Kent’s Filming History please visit our Movie Map: http://kentfilmoffice.co.uk/kent-movie-map/moviemap-live-2/