Stake Land

Release Date: 05 December 2011 | Certificate: To Be Announced
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A young boy (Connor Paolo, Gossip Girl) is about to learn how cruel the world can become. Martin was a normal teenager before the country collapsed in an empty pit of disaster and a vampire epidemic swept across the nation's abandoned towns and cities. It is up to Mister (Nick Damici, Mulberry Street, World Trade Center), a death dealing, rogue vampire hunter, to get Martin to safety. Armed with a trunk full of wooden stakes and a desperate will to stay alive, Mister and Martin make their way through locked down towns, recruiting fellow travelers along the way. Among them are a devout nun (Kelly McGillis, The Accused, Top Gun) and a pregnant teen (Danielle Harris, Halloween, Halloween 2)…
As with his hit, MULBERRY STREET, Jim Mickle creates a dark and terrifying world, although this time it is fully stocked with the most vicious vampires in recent film history.

STAKE LAND is a gritty, post-apocalyptic road movie with teeth!

Commentary 1: with Jim Mickle, Nick Damici, Connor Paolo, Larry Fessenden and Brent Kunkle
Commentary 2: with Jim Mickle, Adam Folk, Ruan Samul, Graham Reznick, Peter Phok and Jeff Grace.

Reviews/Press: It blends John Wayne mythology into an apocalyptic vampire movie - Nick Damici (co-writer)
Both Damici and Mickle have every right to be happy with Stake Land which has sprung out of nowhere to become the best take on the vampire mythos since Tomas Alfredson's Let The Right One In - Empire
The American horror film of the year - Todd Brown, Twitch
Absolutely stunning ... see this film at any cost - Gorepress

Release Date: 05 December 2011
Certificate: TBA - To Be Announced
Directed by: Jim Mickle
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Catalogue No: MTD5691