New Horror Anthology starring Joe Bob Briggs funding on Indiegogo

Indie horror producing team Justin M. Seaman (The Barn and The Barn Part II) and Zane Hershberger (Force to Fear, 10/31) are creating a new creature feature anthology that brings the things that go bump in the night to life with Joe Bob Briggs in ‘Cryptids’.
‘Cryptids’ takes place in a radio station during a show called “The Truth Serum” hosted by Major Harlan Dean (Briggs). On tonight’s episode Harlan decides to tackle the topic of cryptozoology but as the phone lines light up and the calls come in, each caller’s stories become increasingly more bizarre and Harlan starts to question if real dangers are lurking outside the station.
The film is a tribute to films and television shows like Creepshow, Monsters, Tales from the Darkside and Tales from the Crypt. Using as much practical FX with the monsters as we can and keeping the CGI to a minimum. You can expect to see such legends as Bigfoot, Loveland Frogman, Chupacubras, the Beast of Bladenboro, Dover Demon the Mothman and more!
Indie filmmakers that have joined the project and directed segments include: Brett DeJager (Bonejangles), Max Groah (Bong of the Living Dead), Johnny William Holt of (The Dooms Chapel Horror) and Billy Pon (Circus of the Dead). Also executive producing the projecting is P.J. Starks (Volumes of Blood and 13 Slays of Christmas).
An Indiegogo campaign is currently active to help wrap up the production and some of the perks include signed blurays, dvds and posters signed by the filmmakers and even Joe Bob Briggs himself. You can find more information and support the project here –  igg.me/at/cryptids.

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of Horror-Fix.com, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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