V Is For Vampire VHS Limited Edition 1997 SOV Paul Knop
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Hot tubs, crossbows, and Rastafarian dreadlocks effortlessly intermingle in "V Is For Vampire", the $4,200 dollar, shot on video follow up to "Curvaceous Corpses" from the legendary Wisconsin based video auteur Paul Knop (Vampire Vignettes, Chloroformed). Shot in 1997, Knop's meta-vampire epic has become a coveted holy grail amongst SOV completists, following it's scarce release on the Salt City Home Video imprint nearly two decades ago. Through our collaboration with SRS Cinema / Sub Rosa Studios, Saturn's Core Audio & Video is proud to announce that "V Is For Vampire" is finally making it's long overdue return to home video in this brand new, officially licensed, and ultra-limited VHS edition (just 25 copies) featuring a replica of the original Salt City clamshell sleeve.
Laura Manning, the world's number one author of vampire novels, is sponsoring a once in a lifetime contest. She has issued an open challenge for photographers to capture the most lurid and realistic, vampire-inspired portraits with the opportunity for the winning snapshot to adorn the cover of her latest novel (also entitled "V Is For Vampire"). The contest piques the interest of two unique photographers from the same media agency, the talented Rastafarian Orlani, who hires models to pose in the throes of death (while working on promotional stills for a movie called "Curvaceous Corpses") and the edgy Zack (the late Tony McDowell in his final role) who prefers photographing his subjects in real life post-mortem after staking them through the heart in their bubble baths. Ironically, Manning invites both artists to visit her estate and promptly reveals herself as an actual 300 year old Countess who has devised the entire contest as a rouse to drain unsuspecting victims of their essence in order to fill her own personal blood bath. Turns out she the world's top vampire novelist for a good reason after all!