Provocator and Thirty06 have announced the SoCal Premiere of Brad Michael Elmore' Bit at the Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival, which will take place at the TCL Chinese Theatre July 26th.
Actress and activist Nicole Maines (The CW's "Supergirl") headlines the cast as Laurel, who as soon as she graduates from her small town, small minded high school, immediately sets her sights on Los Angeles, seeking a bigger, more accepting world. As fate would have it, on Laurel's first night out, she ends up at a warehouse party with a mysterious punk group of girls. Her luck turns when she is attacked and left for dead by the group's leader, Duke (Diana Hopper). Laurel awakens to discover she has been bitten and may be turning into a vampire. Duke invites her to join the vampire squad, if she can live by their rules: eat what you kill and no turning men.
Faced with the decision to join the girls, Laurel becomes entrenched in their ways while beginning to doubt whether or not she's ready to become one of the undead.
"A pulsing soundtrack, impossibly cool style, sharp wit, and a little camp breathe life into this fresh take on blood-thirsty ladies of the night."
Making her feature debut, Maines is joined by James Paxton (Boogeyman Pop, "Eyewitness"), Zolee Griggs ("Wu-Tang: An American Saga"), Friday Chamberlain, Char Diaz, Greg Hill (Operation Finale) and M.C. Gainey (Con Air).
Elmore (Blumhouse's Boogeyman Pop) directed from a script he wrote, alongside producers Robert Reed Peterson, Nicholas Cafritz, Peter Winther, Louis Steyn and T.J. Steyn.
You can check out a clip from the film below, as well as the official poster art.