Jose Prendes, Hannah Levien Talk Blood Brothers 

Jose Prendes, Hannah Levien Exclusive Interviews. 

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Jose Prendes is the Writer, Director, and Producer of some notable films, includingThe Haunting of Whaley House.

One of his most recent projects is Blood Brothers, an intense Drama, Horror, Thriller that focuses on two half-brothers who feel they are among the utmost superior, and introduce a game of violence and murder. This film is innovative, profound, and groundbreaking for several reasons.

I had the pleasure of conducting a candid and captivating interview with Director Jose Prendes, who gives an in-depth overview of the film Blood Brothers. He talks about how the film takes an inspiration from the famous Leopold and Loeb murder case, while still being its own entity.

For those of you who are not familiar with Leopold and Loeb, Prendes shares some insight. If you would like a more in-depth insight, you can read all about the story here:

Leopold and Loeb’s Criminal Minds

He also talks about the film’s underlying message in regards to the film and the main characters.

Mr. Prendes concludes with his future upcoming projects, including an overview on Unspeakable Horrors: The Plan 9 Conspiracy, which is currently in post-production. Also, his book, Are You Afraid of the Dark Campfire Companion, which is now available for purchase on Amazon, and much more.

Blood Brothers is produced by Jon Kondelik and James Kondelik of Dual Visions. It will premiere in theaters on December 2, 2016, and will release on DVD on December 14, 2017.

Stacy Cox, Staff Correspondent

On the 16th of November 2016, an interview was conducted with Hannah Levien. Levien spoke on her latest role, Genevieve / Vanity in Blood Brothers. Ken Artuz, DecayMag Founder, Editor served as the interviewer.

During the interview, Levien describes her role in the film. Levien also delves into interpretations  on the “esoteric” Blood brothers film.

Levien closes the interview with her role as Victoria on SyFy’s original series The Magicians.

Ken Artuz Founder, Editor



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