On Saturdays, we folks in Spookytown like to take a moment to focus on an up-and-coming project (often, but not always, in the horror realm) and let you know how you can help get someone's dream off the ground, if you are so inclined. Every dollar helps, so don't feel like there's nothing you can do. Please read on if you're interested!
This week's featured project is the Popcorn DVD Re-Release by Kristy Jett!
The person: I don't know Kristy Jett personally but she is a very dedicated horror fan that I have followed online for some time. She works at Fright Rags, a fantastic horror shirt company, and writes prolifically for a number of publications in the industry as well.
The project: Popcorn is a great, yet often unappreciated, flick from 1991. Kristy and her crew are, in their own words, "making a retrospective documentary for the DVD re-release of Popcorn, along with a host of other fan-centric special features." You can learn more about their project by visiting their Kickstarter page here.
How to help: This project is being funded through Kickstarter. Kickstarter is the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world, and if a project doesn't reach its donation goal by the deadline, it doesn't get funded. All donations go through Amazon.com so it's very secure. You can go to the project's Kickstarter page and make a donation in any dollar amount you desire. Be sure to check the right hand side of the page, as every Kickstarter donation comes with perks - perks will vary based on the project. Some of the perks available on this project include thanks in the credits, posters, artwork, a copy of the DVD, and more!
If you chose to support this project, THANK YOU. You're helping someone's dream come true. If you know of any projects that deserve to be featured in future Saturday Support posts, please comment here and we will be happy to consider it! There are many worthy projects and unfortunately we aren't able to share every one. Best of luck to everyone in their future endeavors.