Vampire Flesh began production in April of 2007. Written and directed by Fred Wilder starring Ms. Zen Josey as the deity of strife and disorder from Greek mythology ERIS.
Shot in Black and White with Frankenciné, experimental video cameras designed by Fred Wilder this is a dark study of a seeming triumph of evil over good. Visually this film short trilogy was crafted in the vain of early silent films Wilder taking his inspiration from the films of F.W. Murnau, and those of Fritz Lang. The film's departure into the surreal is partly due to the original story and in part by being visually driven by the optical work in camera, and the use of strange stop motion animation through out. This Gothic fairy tale of a horror film tells the story of what some might call a female vampire but she is ever so much more devilish than that. Chapter one brings us the birth of an evil creature her rane of terror unleashed from ancient times whose strong unearthly will works to over come the shackles of her prison in order to feed her thirst for mortal destruction.
Not your usually scream fare, Fred Wilder takes control of your mind with his nightmarish lust for Gothic story telling.
Vampire Flesh by director Fred Wilder
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Film Trailer May 2008:
TRT 2:04 minutes.
This film short from writer director Fred Wilder titled "Vampire Flesh a Poem" Features actor Zen Josey who gives voice to the character of Eris for the first time. This is a rare auditory treat as the actual film trilogy is silent except for the musical score. Eris the deity of strife and disorder from Greek mythology speaks of the ancient lore regarding her and her imprisonment on earth. This spoken word film short is just a small appetizer before the main course. Selected scenes are from the film Vampire Flesh, now in production.
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