Blood Moon Pictures Announces Holiday Anthology ’13 Slays Till X-Mas’

Back in 2016 when PopHorror was newly hatched, I reviewed P.J. Stark’s (read our interviews with him here and here) library-centric anthology, Volumes of Blood (2015). It was one of my very first articles (read the review here). For the film’s sequel, Volumes of Blood: Horror Stories (2016 – read our review here), he teamed up with Producer Eric Huskisson (read our interview with him here) to up the VOB ante. Now we’re hearing that the two filmmakers have a new anthology coming up called 13 Slays Till X-Mas, and we couldn’t wait to tell you more about it!

From the press release:

SYNOPSIS: On December 24th, five seemingly random men are invited to a dive bar by a mysterious e-mail. They decide to pass the time by resurrecting the old tradition of telling scary stories on Christmas Eve. As each one takes turns spinning yarns of yuletide terror, it becomes evident that they may be harboring a dark and deadly secret.

ABOUT THE PROJECT: Blood Moon Pictures brings you their newest anthology of fear from writer/producer P.J. Starks, the creator of Volumes of Blood, and producer Eric Huskisson (The Confession of Fred Krueger [read the PopHorror review here], VOB: Horror Stories). 13 Slays is thirteen Christmas-themed stories of merry mayhem from directors Brittany Blanton (Ambrosia [read the PopHorror review here]), Sean Blevins (Volumes Of Blood: Horror Stories), Jed Brian (Unlisted Owner), William Capps (After the Slasher), Alex Clark, John Hale III (The Conduit, [10/31 Part 2 – read the PopHorror review here]), Blair Hoyle (Five Wild Animals), Robert Kern III (Puppet Master X: Axis Rising), Carlos Omar De Leon (For We Are Many, [KAL The Clown – read the PopHorror review here]), Drew Marvick (Pool Party Massacre [read the PopHorror review here]), John Mason (Sleep Tight), Eric Huskisson, P.J. Starks, and Pearry Teo (The Assent, Necromentia).

13 Slays has an exciting ensemble cast including Jason Crowe (Trespassing [read the PopHorror review here]), Kevin Roach (The Bad Man, [Three Tears On Bloodstained Flesh – read the PopHorror review here]), Christopher Bower (Dooms Chapel Horror), Ryan Matthew Ziegler (Butcher the Bakers [read the PopHorror review here]), David McMahon (10/31 Part 2, [American Guinea Pig: The Song Of Solomon – read the PopHorror review here]), Sonya Delormier (Wicked Ones), Joshua Mark Robinson (10/31), Julie Streble (One Must Fall), Wes Bartlett (Hallows Eve), Steve Christopher (Satanic Panic [read the PopHorror review here]), Torri Yates-Orr (Tell Me A Story), Nathan Tymoshuk (Potpourri), Lauren Argo (Bagged & Bored), RJ Campbell (The Men Who Built America), Kaylee Williams (Mrs. Claus [read the PopHorror review here]), Gerrimy Keiffer (VOB: Horror Stories), Michael Merchant (House Shark), Daiane Azura (Nemesis 5: The New Model, [Stirring – read the PopHorror review here]), Greg Harpold (Mindhunter) and many more.

13 Slays Till X-Mas has a holiday cornucopia of incredible talent attached including cinematography from Zane Hershberger (The Barn Part 2), Derek Huey (Teacher Shortage [read the PopHorror review here]), Peter Leininger (Fun Size Horror: Vol. One), Ellie Drews (Femalien: Cosmic Crush), Christopher C. Pearson (Harsh Times); practical special effects from Cassandra Baker (Angel), Cody Ruch (Slaughter Drive), Jill Pugh (Displacement), Matt Goodlett (Loss Prevention), Tom Devlin (Club Dread), Robert Kern III, Austyn Jessie Cuccia (Slice) and an original score from Rocky Gray (10/31 franchise).

13 slays till x-mas poster
Poster artwork for ’13 Slays Till X-Mas’

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As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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