Thursday, April 21, 2011

HELP SAVE THE POPCORN DVD!

It was in 1991 when a small group of film students decided that putting on an all-night horror film festival would be the quickest (and most enjoyable) way to raise the funds for their cinema club.  As the 1950's film reels began to spin, the special gimmicks set up throughout the theatre (like 3-D, Odorama, and buzzers under the seats), some very strange things begin to happen.  When the presence of a homicidal maniac is revealed, the little film festival turns into something much more sinister than the filmmakers could conjure up.  If you haven't seen this film, it could very well be because Popcorn isn't available on DVD.  This film feeds to the very nature of horror fanatics, and we can't get a hard copy! Horror fans seem to be quite nostalgic creatures and love having the lovely stacks of films shown around our house.  Thanks to Kristy Jett and countless others, they are trying to save the Popcorn DVD!  With the use of Kickstarter, a group of horror fanatics are not only trying to save Popcorn, but they're also hoping to  include all new special features including a retrospective documentary, cast commentary, a stills gallery (featuring behind the scenes photos), and a feature entitled “Your Favorite Films Don’t Have To Make Sense” where Kristy Jett and Ryan Lieske dissect the film’s weaker elements.  The packaging will include a collector’s booklet along with a reversible collectible poster featuring all new and original artwork from Jeff Zornow, Christopher Ott and Steve Jencks. The project is 100% fan-funded and thus, NEEDS YOUR HELP.  For more information watch the video below or visit POPCORNDOC.com

IF YOU WANT TO HELP SAVE POPCORN,
VISIT THE POPCORN DVD RE-RELEASE AT KICKSTARTER
EVERY DOLLAR MAKES A DIFFERENCE!

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