Trail Of Blood On The Trail Now On VOD

Trail Of Blood On The Trail Now On VOD

The Lavin Production Company is thrilled to announce the digital release of their first feature film Trail Of Blood On The Trail. Kate Lavin’s debut film follows Brad as he attempts a romantic marriage proposal at a tunnel of love on an isolated biking trail. Unfortunately for Brad, he doesn’t know his girlfriend Ava as well as he thinks, things keep getting worse…. and then the zombie apocalypse starts. As Brad and Ava bicker their way down the trail, they are oblivious to the zombie outbreak that is picking off trail users around them. Trail Of Blood On The Trail was inspired by the local scenery in Peoria, Illinois.

While biking on the trail, Kate walked her bike alone through a dark corrugated-steel tunnel that goes underneath a 4 lane road. She immediately knew this was the perfect location for a horror movie and organized filming to begin within two months. This hilarious and action-packed zombie movie has played at horror film festivals world wide and won multiple awards including Best Slasher Feature (Dazed 4 Horror 2015), Runner Up Best Zombie Feature (Fright Night Film Fest 2015), and a Best Director Nomination for Kate Lavin (Terror Film Festival 2015)

Trail Of Blood On The Trail is available to rent for as little as $1.99 and can be purchased for $8.99 through VHX and through Gumroad. VHX allows for streaming to most home theater systems through the VHX app with Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Smart TV, Xbox 360, or PS4.

You can find the film and more information at

Reviewers Say:

“Underground Gold! It’s funny and clever! It’s an awesome film!” Steven Hasse – Independent Filmmaker

“overcomes its simplicity by exhibiting a kinetic cinematographic dynamism and editing that engulfs you into the havoc with vicious energy” J. Carlos Menjiver –

“The special effects and makeup, along with the cinematography,in Trail of Blood on the Trail were nothing short of outstanding”

Trail Of Blood On The Trail is streaming now at

Lavin Production Company @TheLavProCo

Brett Erickson @BrettNotBrent

Matthew Myers –

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