“Blood and Bone China” is a Victorian vampire epic that is available now on the web as a 12 part series and it was all shot on Canon Rebel T2i/550D! It was shot by Chris Stone (you can see one of his music videos below) and he also sent us this info. You can see episode 1 below – but you’ll have to visit their site to watch the entire series.
Chris Stone sent us info on the series
Blood and Bone China is a new 12 part Victorian vampire series. It was launched on March 6th. The series is entirely shot on the Canon Rebel T2i/550D. It is directed and produced by Chris Stone whose recent work includes a James Bond inspired music video shot on the 550D (which we featured in this story “An amazing Canon Rebel T2i/550D music video – “The Rebel”)
“Blood and Bone China” synopsis
It’s 1897 and a city is in turmoil. In the smoky, dirty depths of middle England, the people are terrified. The once bustling streets of Stoke are empty, the silence is only broken by the whispers of devils, demons and vampires. Poor souls are being taken, vanishing without a trace.
When the local doctor is snatched away, word travels to his brother, a young vet by the name of Newlyn Howell. Spurred on to discover the truth by the enigmatic Alexander Pyre, Newlyn’s dark adventure into
the depths of Victorian Stoke begins… and what he discovers is beyond belief.
“Making a period drama on a tight budget is a challenge, but I’m quite lucky in that my home town of Stoke-On-Trent (where the series is set) still has a lot of Victorian features. All of the actors have been superb in helping to develop their characters and we have great fun on set.”
The world premiere was on March 2nd at the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery in Stoke-On-Trent. Chapters 1-4 were shown on the big screen to a packed house. Props and costumes from the series were on display, as well as authentic police documents from a real vampire case that has inspired one of the later episodes.
Chris has already received interest from around the world regarding the series.
Blood and Bone China is online now!
Chris sent along these great stills as well!
Our thanks to Chris Stone and our wishes for success with the series!
What do you guys think? Is it an interesting show? Sound off in the comments!
(cover photo credit: snap from the stills sent in by Chris)