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Move Aside Freddy, Take a Hike Jason The Blood Widow will Take Over From Here!

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“On Redbox June 3″
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One of America’s foremost homes for horror, Midnight Releasing has picked up the highly-anticipated fright-flick Blood Widow. The Jeremiah Buckhalt-directed slasher will be available on — among other outlets — Redbox on June 3rd, 2014.

A bloody, creepy cocktail that blends the wickedness of A Nightmare on Elm Street with the dark, macabre seasoning of Candyman, Blood Widow introduces us to horror’s next major slasher icon — and she’s not going away anytime soon!

Danielle Lilley, Brandon Kyle Peters, Christopher de Padua, Jose Miguel Vasquez, and Kelly Kilgore star in a Jeremiah Buckhalt film.

After buying a nice house in the country, Laurie and Hugh, a successful young couple, throw a party for their friends. During the wild night a few friends decide to explore the abandoned and decaying boarding school next door, only to wake an emotionally broken killer: The Blood Widow.

Make a date with the Blood Widow at Redbox on June 3rd, 2014.

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