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NOVEMBER SON shines in the light of OCTOBER MOON

Critically praised and one of the first gay-themed thrillers, OCTOBER MOON was released theatrically on September 25, 2005 and hit DVD on Valentine’s Day 2006, the film was an immediate success. With that success in hand, director Jason Paul Collum brings us the sequel, OCTOBER MOON 2: NOVEMBER SON.

Referred to as “Oddly gothic…creepy fun…” (Instinct) and “A cut above most independent horror films…” (Film Monthly) OCTOBER MOON 2: NOVEMBER SON holds the distinct novelty of being the first gay-horror film sequel! This DVD edition contains an all-new 4 page full-color insert by writer, director producer Jason Paul Collum (Something To Scream About). The entire original cast returns (even the dead ones) and are joined by Scream Queen supreme Debbie Rochon (Witchouse 3: Demon Fire), soap star Robyn Griggs (One Life To Live) and recording artist Sacha Sacket (Dante’s Cove), making his screen debut.

The title was an immediate success and became Tempe’s “Best Selling” title of 2006, 2008 & 2009. The title will be going on Moratorium later this year. It stars numerous cult actors including Judith O’Dea (Night of the Living Dead), Brinke Stevens (The Slumber Party Massacre), Tina Ona Paukstelis (Aswang: The Unearthing), Jeff Dylan Graham (Baby Jane?), and Darcey Vanderhoef (Bad Movie Police).

Picking up two years after the original film, the surviving women have become lost in a world of deep depression and guilt for their roles in Elliot’s breakdown. They seek answers to escape this dark world and think they find it in the arms of two handsome but mysterious men. Soon, however, peace turns into terror and paranoia as everyone is pulled into a world of revenge, outrage and obsession.

OCTOBER MOON 2 will be available for V.O.D. and purchase at Amazon and other online sources as of February 15th.

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  1. ouiji says
    February 9, 2011, 7:15 pm

    Oh this sounds fantastic! I have not seen the first movie, or heard of it till now but I’m a huge fan of horror films. I will have to look into this 😀


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