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Short Film Buzz: Kickstarter Campaign for Scythe (2016) has just one day left and $7000 to go. If this is going to happen people NEED TO PLEDGE NOW!

May 3, 2016

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I recently reviewed the short film Scythe (2016), whose Kickstarter Campaign has just one day left and $7000 to go. If this is going to happen people NEED TO PLEDGE NOW!

This promising slasher short film largely offers aspects of horror tropes that I enjoy. If you feel the same, consider contributing to their Kickstarter Campaign.  They’re almost there!!!!!  If you believe in this film, even a little, put what you can–even just $5–towards making this happen and share in your social media networks.

MORE INDIE MOVIES LIKE Scythe: Here at MFF we occasionally do horror short film and pre-release indie film reviews on request. Among recent solicited promotions are Order of the Ram (2013; short film), Love in the Time of Monsters (2014; feature length), Smothered (2014; feature length), In the Dark (2015; feature length), Trailer Talk: The Void, TRAILER TALK: Blood Money, Short Film Buzz: Burn (2016; press release), Brother (2016; short film), and the indie techno-horror Other Halves (2016; feature length).

Description: Directed/written by Jim Rothman and starring Jose C. Alvarez, Zailee Madrigal and Andrea Muller, Scythe is a psychological Slasher/Thriller in the same vein of Halloween (1978), Saw (2004) and the work of Hitchcock.

Facebook page
Movie Website
IMDB
Twitter: @ScytheJim

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Right about now would be a good time for you to stop reading and give this short film a watch. No worries, it’s just a smooth 12 minutes. Then we’ll get back to our critique…

To watch the short film CLICK HERE

Now that you’ve seen it, and hopefully enjoyed it, it’s time to decide to pledge.

SupportScythe.com

If you want to be a part of something in the world of horror THIS IS YOUR CHANCE.
Visit their Kickstarter Campaign (up until early May 2016)
As of 5/3/2016 at 10:30pm EDT they have raised about $43K of their $50K goal!
SupportScythe.com

The perks for supporting this campaign are pretty generous.

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