Back in 2016 we saw a trailer for an indie horror titled Unnerved. As is often the case with indie productions, the road traveled is long and usually leads to some twists and turns and speedbumps. Fast forward to now, and the movie has a new title, Among Us, and is set to be released.
A final trailer for the movie was released recently as well, and can be found below along with a message from director Gary King which includes information on where you can watch it.
A trailer has been released for Unnerved, a new indie horror flick from director Gary King (How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song, New York Lately).
The movie stars Katie Morrison (Ovum, Imagine I’m Beautiful), Mark DiConzo (How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song, New York Lately), and Elena Sanz (Radio London). It follows a couple forced to seek the assistance of a paranormal expert due to something supernatural, which haunts and torments them wherever they go.
You can check out the trailer for Unnerved and also read a plot summary for the movie below.
The website works so well because instead of just asking people to donate their money, things like posters, soundtracks, and DVDs (sometimes signed), and special perks like thanks in the credits, invites to special events and set visits, or even producer credits (if you drop enough coin, of course) are offered in exchange for your help.
In that article, the project showcased was How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song, the new musical from indie filmmaker Gary King. It came right down to the wire (there’s a deadline in which you need to reach your monetary goal), but the goal was indeed reached, and the movie has been moving forward ever since. With this past weekend came word that the first teaser trailer for the movie would be released today, and it’s here now for you all to see!
Be sure to click over to see for yourself what How Do You Write a Joe Schermann Song looks like!
As you all know, Twitter is this crazy world of conversation, networking, and instant information. I’ve personally seen countless great videos, pictures, and articles thanks to the site, and this time around it has lead me to a particularly interesting concept.
The website is called Kickstarter, and it allows independent filmmakers, musicians, writers/authors, and all kinds of different artists to present their prospective projects and a goal amount of money that they need to reach in order to finance it. This is where we come in; each project’s page has a list of donation amounts from a single dollar to $50 to $5,000. The more you pledge toward a certain project, the more you can get in return. Most of the projects offer you a copy of the finished product or even a “special thanks” in the credits. Everyone likes seeing their name in the credits of a movie, right?
Click on over to the other side to learn about a movie you can help get made right now!