Watch The Chilling New Trailer For Markus Blunder's AUTUMN BLOOD

The newest trailer for director and co-writer Markus Blunder's 2011 thriller, Autumn Blood, is a thing of pure, deceitful beauty when you factor in all the main story elements. A story centered on a young girl and her much younger brother ravaged by early turmoil and forced to face even more terror with no choice but to take a stand once and for all? It's a great setup for anyone looking forward to suspenseful, grim storytelling.

Autumn Blood was shot entirely on 65mm film on-location in the Austrian Alps and followed with a few territorial DVD releases in 2011 before moving ahead screenings and award-winning appearances throughout the film festival circuit until last year. Eventually, ARC Entertainment acquired all North American distribution rights to the film back in July, and now we have a chilling new trailer for the film's forthcoming limited theatrical release on September 19, 2014.

Two young orphans in the Tirolian Mountains come under siege by a vicious band of hunters. Frightened of being separated by child services following the death of their mother, a self-sufficient 16-year-old girl (Sophie Lowe) and her 10-year-old brother (Maximilian Harnisch) - who hasn't spoken a word since seeing his father killed by the mayor (Peter Stormare) - strive to live off the land in peace. Their innocence is shattered, however, when a group of hunters led by the mayor's son brutalizes and rapes the free-spirited girl. Later, when a well-meaning social services worker arrives too late to protect the terrorized siblings, the girl and her brother prepare to take a stand against their ruthless attackers.
Stephen T. Barton co-wrote the screenplay with Gustaf Skarsgard and Samuel Vauramo also starring. Watch the new trailer below and stay tuned for more info!


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