News: Horror Anthology “IN THE DARK” Needs You

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The web series, Night Terrors, created by writer/directors David Buchert and Chris St.Croix has changed its name to IN THE DARK (no relation to Into-The-Dark.com) and is about to become a full-length feature anthology film.


When the Tales From The Crypt-styled horror anthology series launched in November of 2011, the first episode, “The Keeper” was immediately banned from Youtube and Vimeo for nudity and violence. Soon after, the production teamed with the popular horror website DreadCentral.com and enjoyed a successful web run with over 80,000 views. In January the second episode, “Dummy” premiered to even larger numbers.

IN THE DARKWith two of the film’s four episodic stories already completed (Fifty minutes of the final ninety minute film) the budget for the remaining two stories will be raised by pre-selling the finished IN THE DARK DVD. As a thank you and to tide supporters over until the film is completed in October, buyers will receive a private link to watch the first two stories now and for the first time in their full HD resolution. They are also offering some additional one of a kind items to supporters like the actual “Dummy” mask and axe and the full size creature costume from “The Keeper”. “Expect completely different stories, styles and looks for the next two. And we promise, they’ll still be as sexy, bloody and uncensored”, says St.Croix.
As David Buchert explains, “We hope that fans of the first two episodes and all fans of indie horror check it out, pre-order the DVD and they’ll get to watch half of the film now! We can’t wait to show them IN THE DARK.”
So head over to www.indiegogo.com/inthedark, watch the brand new trailer, pre-order a DVD and be a part of this new way to support indie horror.
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Dave_P studied fine arts and film history and is a graphic and web designer, and a diehard movie fan. David has been involved with a variety film festivals including the Cinephile Film Festival, the PRIDE Film festival, and the Manhattan Short Film festival, and is currently the director of the Dark Carnival Film Fest in Bloomington, Indiana. (www.darkcarnivalfilmfest.com)

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