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Fan-Made 'Voorhees' Coming Soon (Chance to Win Screen Used Hockey Mask)

Fans of the Friday the 13th franchise is fully aware that Jason Voorhees doesn’t stay dead for long, but sadly he has been dead and buried since 2009 (unless you count the video game) due to lawsuits and other conflicts. Cody Faulk (Three Bodies One Grave), Chris Plaushin (Three Bodies One Grave) and Wet Paint Pictures have decided to resurrect one of the most notorious cinematic serial killers with their fan film Voorhees.

Voorhees stars Danielle Sandler (Zeke), Jeremy “Ogre” Amos (Bigfoot!), Eileen Sugameli (A Witch in Salem) and more. Unlike every other film to include Mr. Voorhees, the identity of the actor portraying him is being kept a secret this time.

Synopsis:

A crime has been committed…

Criminals have stolen a small fortune from a bank.  Instead of trying to outrun the police they plan to lay low in a remote location with a notorious past until the heat is off.   Their efforts to find sanctuary become complicated when they cross paths with a sinister force that has long been forgotten.

“Voorhees” is an independent horror fan film that brings a dark and sadistic vision to the iconic Friday the 13th franchise.  This film stays true to the horror that has thrilled fans for many decades while bringing our own unique story line.  

Our talented cast and crew have worked tirelessly to bring this story to life.  “Voorhees” promises old school horror, bloody practical effects, and a Grindhouse cinematic look and feel.

From the ‘Voorhees’ Indiegogo

Trailer:

Anybody catch the nod to Freddy vs Jason?

The folks behind Voorhees have launched an Indiegogo campaign to help finish funding the film (like other fan films, all money raised will be going to covering the costs of the film). This is where you will get a chance to win a screen used hockey mask signed by Voorhees and Cody Faulk. All you have to do is pledge $10 to be entered into the raffle.

No official release date has been set, but the Indiegogo Blu-ray perk says they are expected to ship in March of this year, but only time will tell.

For more information on the film, live videos from cast and crew, join the VOORHEES A F13 Fan Film Facebook group.

'Charles': A Fan Made Chucky Film Promises to be Scarier Than the Original

New year, new horror, but this time (thankfully) it’s not coming from a big Hollywood studio who is just in it for the money, it is coming from true genre fans that know and care about what other fans want. Tony Bizz Productionz has teamed with CINEMAGIC PICTURES to bring the genre a new, fan made Chucky film it deserves with Charles.

What is Charles about?

“Charles” is a whole new re-imagining of Chucky. The feature length movie follows Michael and Samantha who just moved into a new house. Little do they know, the Lakeshore Strangler Charles Lee Ray lived in the house before his death six months earlier. 

The couple finds a nostalgic Good Guy doll in their basement that wants something from them and will stop at nothing to get it. 

“Charles” looks to put Chucky on the map as one of the scariest horror icons again. The movie will be a horrific rollercoaster, with similar styles to “The Conjuring”, “Annabelle”, and “The Haunting of Hill House”.  

With an intense, suspenseful story, cinematic visuals,  authentic hand-made dolls, and a beautifully frightening music score, “Charles” will make Chucky scary again.

Synopsis quoted from film Indiegogo Campaign page

Funding for the film was more than met, and it appears as though horror fans may finally have a genuine reason to be excited for a new movie. If the production quality of the two available teaser trailers is any indication of how the entire film was shot, fans are in for a treat. The angles, lighting and general tone of the film exhibited in the trailers is fantastic, scary and horrifyingly artistic without being over-the-top. See for yourself.

You can find teaser trailer number two as well as other great videos on the Tony BizZ YouTube Channel.

As of right now, the estimated release date for Charles in February 2020.

“How is this legal and the studios aren’t beating down their doors with lawsuits”, you might be wondering. Charles is a non-profit film meaning that all of the money raised for the film goes directly back into it, nobody pockets money for it.

To stay up-to-date on Charles, be sure to like the CHARLES-Fan Film Facebook page and follow the film on Instagram via @charlesmovie.