Random Media Raises Blood Child From the Beyond
Jennifer Phillips’ Occult Thriller Debuted on VOD September 11th
Available Nationwide on Digital HD and Cable VOD
“a heartbreaking and terrifying horror tale” — Pop Horror
Following a year on the international film festival circuit, Blood Child is headed back to the States with a national Cable and Digital HD release on September 11th. Blood Child will be available on all major platforms, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, inDemand, Dish and more.
Writer-director Jennifer Phillips makes her film debut with Blood Child, a horror fantasy that combines every parent’s worst nightmare with the Malay myth of the Toyol, ghost children raised by black magic, devastating all involved. Blood Child world premiered at Toronto’s Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival, where lead actress Alyx Melone took home the Rising Star Award.
After suffering a devastating miscarriage in Singapore, Ashley turns to a witch doctor to help her with the occult practice of raising a “ghost child” and finding the spirit of her lost child. After returning to the States, Ashley and her husband Bill find themselves pregnant again. However, their happiness is short lived as the pregnancy acts as a catalyst for a series of terrifying events that start to occur within their home. The family soon learns that Ashley has brought back a lot more than just memories from Asia. The spirit of their lost child is not about to play second fiddle to the impending new arrival, and unleashes an unspeakable evil upon the household.
Blood Child: English/Malay / 93 min
The DVD physical release of Blood Child will be available from all major online retailers.
About Random Media
Random Media is a content company that acquires and distributes films on a worldwide basis through movie theatres, conventional brick and mortar retailers, digital platforms, cable and satellite companies and television networks. Random Media is known for its commitment to building strong, supportive relationships with its filmmakers. The companies’ growing library includes such acclaimed films as Fare, Desert Cathedral, The Lonely Italian, Killswitch: The Battle for Control of the Internet, Frank Vs. God, Finding Kim and The Lost City of Cecil B. DeMille.