From the Kickstarter page:
The 80s was the best decade for toys, comics, television, and movies… especially horror movies In my opinion. The heart and charm of films from those 10 years have stuck with me and many people I know. I often hear the line, “They just don’t make movies like that anymore.” And sadly, that’s true. To my delight, over the past several years, the entertainment industry has tapped into 80s nostalgia by producing wonderful and amazing content that hearkens back to the 1980s.
Despite the breathtaking production value of these shows/films, there seems to be something missing. I feel that it’s the heart and soul of the 80s-the good feelings, the fun, the excitement, the innocence, and the magic we all experienced watching movies 30 years ago. That’s what we’re bringing to the table with “The Bloody Man.”
The story takes place in the 80s and 9 year old Sam is struggling with family, friends, school, and the most evil being he can imagine…The Bloody Man, who is unknowingly summoned and will stop at nothing to destroy everything Sam holds dear.