Queer Horror 'So Vam' Sinks Its Teeth Into a June Digital Release

Following its world premiere at last year's Salem Horror Fest, Distribution Solutions, a division of Alliance Entertainment, has this week announced the release of Mutiny Pictures’ So Vam.

Available Digitally on June 21st, the queer horror is impressively co-written, produced, and directed by then 16-year-old Alice Maio Mackay, a young trans filmmaker in her feature debut!

In So Vam, "Kurt is a high school outcast in a conservative town who dreams of moving to the city to be a famous drag queen. When he is kidnapped by a predatory old vampire and attacked, he is rescued just in time by a gang of rebellious vampires who feed on bigots and abusers."

"As a vampire, he finally knows empowerment and belonging. However, his killer is still out there, creating new minions with their own rotten hatred and threatening all that he loves. Until Kurt faces the monster, he will never truly be free. But, this time, he need not face it alone."

The new age genre stars Chris Asimos (The Resurgence, Danger 5), Patty Glavieux (Blood Money), and Ben DeLaCrème, (RuPaul’s Drag Race, Happiest Season).

Check out the film's trailer and poster artwork below.