Welcome horror fans! Tired of complaining that most horror movies suck these days? Well here’s a chance for you to decide what gets made and what goes bye bye. The Scribblers found one that can use your support and it won’t cost you anything. Check out…
A few weeks ago I was contacted by co-producer/actor Steve Kassan for the fun looking new zombie film Wasted. I have to sincerely apologize for not getting to this sooner but life happens and I wasn’t able to look into this as quickly as I hoped. Wasted has been entered in the CineCoup 2015 Challenge. What is that you ask? The CineCoup Challenge is a 12 week online contest to bring worthy horror projects to fruition. The excellent Wolfcop is a fine example of the first winner of the CineCoup Challenge. The trailer for Wasted (watch below) looks fun as hell so The Scribblers are proud to help support this project in any way we can. All you need to do is go to CineCoup and sign in then you get a total of 5 votes. You can give all 5 of your votes to Wasted as The Scribblers did or you can take a look at all the projects on display and divvy up your votes as you see fit. You can also earn more votes if you’re interested. Tired of complaining about how terrible horror movies are these days and not much good gets made? Well here’s your chance to lend your support to the projects you would like to see. It only takes a couple minutes to sign in and vote so what are you waiting for go vote for Wasted already! And hurry Feind was slow getting to this so there isn’t much time left. Go Now!
Looks pretty fun, right? We think so. The contest ends tomorrow so go cast your votes! You can follow the progress of this project by following them on Facebook and Twitter also. Enjoy! Now go vote already! Just look how easy it is...
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