Nice article but the pic shows that they still aren't making fake blood that LOOKS like the real stuff. Still looks like that sticky red-dyed stuff we used as kids on Halloween.
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Even if The Graves is successful, Pulido still plans to write comics. "It's a great way to express a story and comes with a lot of freedom," he says.
In the meantime, he's working on a sequel, titled The Graves 2: Return to Skull City, which will be set in Jerome. "Jerome is so unique. Essentially, it's kind of tied to some freaky stuff," Pulido says. "I've never seen a town like that before in a movie. It's just so unique-looking, and I'd like to make use of that."
After all, Pulido says, Arizona is just "naturally frightening."