Wild Trailer for the Vampire Horror Film THE VOURDALAK — GeekTyrant

Oscilloscope Laboratories has released a trailer for the upcoming vampire horror The Vourdalak, and it looks like a wild, eerie, and bloody flick!

The film comes from Adrien Beau, and it is based on Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy’s 1839 gothic horror novella The Family of the Vourdalak, which was written over half a century before Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

The Vourdalak is described as “an atmospheric, unexpected, sensorial experience that will leave you reeling and giddy in equal measure.”

In the film, “When the Marquis d’Urfé, a noble emissary of the King of France, is attacked and abandoned in the remote countryside, he finds refuge at an eerie, isolated manor.

“The resident family, reluctant to take him in, exhibits strange behavior as they await the imminent return of their father, Gorcha.

“But what begins simply as strange quickly devolves into a full fledged nightmare when Gorcha returns, seemingly no longer himself.”

The story that the film is based on also served as inspiration for one of the segments in Mario Bava’s 1963 horror anthology film Black Sabbath, which was titled The Wurdulak.

The movie will be released exclusively in theaters on June 28, 2024.

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