We covered the VOD release of Blood Runs Cold back in March, but it's now making its way to DVD in July. Continue reading for official release details and a look at the cover art:

"The pulse-pounding horror film, Blood Runs Cold, thrashes onto DVD and digitally everywhere July 2 from Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment and The Collective. Starring Hanna Oldenburg (Meeting Place), Patrick Saxe (Ego, Wither), Andreas Rylander (The Horror Vault 2, Dead on Arrival), and Elin Hugoson (A Sunflower), the gruesome slasher flick chills from start to finish when a young woman and her friends escape to a cabin getaway in the woods only to discover they are in the company of an unexpected, bloodthirsty visitor.

When Winona (Oldenburg), a thriving musician, returns to her hometown for a much-needed break from her stressful lifestyle, the relaxing vacation quickly turns in to a frantic fight for survival. After running into an old boyfriend and some friends at a local bar, the group returns to Winona’s cabin to continue their reunion, where they find themselves face-to-face with death itself. Disguised behind an icy mask, a frostbitten killer is there to drench the snow red with blood in a snowy massacre, and won’t stop until there are no survivors. Including “The Making Of Blood Runs Cold” bonus feature, the DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.93. In addition, the film will be digitally available everywhere.

Synopsis: In the dead of winter, Winona, a successful musician, looking to relax and find creative inspiration, returns to her hometown to stay in a cabin rented by her manager. When she arrives, she coincidentally runs into her old boyfriend and some friends. Continuing their reunion at the cabin, the houseguests quickly discover that they are not alone. Blood Runs Cold is a frostbitten slasher flick that turns the snow red with gore. This snowy massacre will keep you chilled to the end."

  • Price: $14.93
  • Street Date: July 2, 2013
  • Pre-Book: May 21, 2013
  • Catalog Number: SM9316
  • Language: English
  • Running time: 80 minutes