A Labor of Our Love of Horror

Only ten days remain in our crowdfunding of Unfinished Business. We are currently only twenty percent away from hitting the eighty percent mark. Once we hit that eighty percent mark, we will be able to start making a movie. And this is a movie that needs to be made. Trust me, it will resonate.

Without those of you who contributed already, we wouldn’t have gotten this far. Therefore, I want to personally thank each and every person who contributed in some way, shape, or form. It’s been a wild ride. You’ve helped and we want to see to it that what you’ve invested your time and money in comes true.

And we’re close.

We’re really close.

And I want to see this film become a reality so YOU can experience it. I want all of you to be able to see and enjoy what horror means to us. I want it to mean so much to you, too. And it will. We wouldn’t have it any other way.

We don’t have investors lined up in case we can’t reach our goal when the clock stops. All we have is you. If we don’t hit that eighty percent mark in the next ten days, then this project will not succeed. And I don’t want that to happen.

As I mentioned before, this project is a labor of our love of horror. All we want is the thrill of sharing this film with audiences around the world, the thrill of going to sleep at night knowing that we helped make a phenomenal horror movie, one that will endure through the years.

For this, we need your help, financial or otherwise, but of course financial is the best course to helping us reach eighty percent of our goal. If you’re on the fence, remember that you’ll be enhancing the lives of thousands upon thousands of people through the gift of this horror movie. You’ll become part of the process.

If you have some extra bucks to spare, we’d sure appreciate your investment.

Here’s Jay’s pitch video if you haven’t already seen it. Check it out. He’s a director to watch out for. Our collaboration was born out of our mutual love of horror cinema.

https://vimeo.com/137462725

Thank you for your time, readers. Let’s make a movie.

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