SCREW YEAR’S EVE (Crowd Funding)

From the Indiegogo page:

As the year draws to a close, A Buck Short Productions, the mavericks of indie horror cinema (That brought you classics such as FrankenThug and Mother Noose Presents Once Upon a Nightmare), are set to unleash their latest creation, “Screw Year’s Eve,” upon the world. This New Year’s Eve, the party is at the edge of town, and you’re invited… if you dare.

A group of friends decide to ring in the New Year at an extravagant 80s-themed party hosted in a remote warehouse at the edge of town. As the night unfolds, they quickly realize they are not alone. Trapped in a labyrinth of neon lights and retro nostalgia, they find themselves hunted by a merciless killer hell-bent on making sure they never see another year. Directed by Richard Tanner, written by Sean Donohue and starring Jessa Flux, Sushii Xyvette Holder, Danielle Page and Jon Devlin, this electrifying horror slasher will have you on the edge of your seat until the clock strikes midnight… if they make it that far.


This film was inspired by the VHS art of 80s horror flicks. In particular, the cover of SleepAway Camp II: Unhappy Campers in which we see Pamela Springsteen trekking to camp with a backpack filled with iconic slasher’s weapons! But bait and switch!!! Not a single scene with her wearing a Jason Mask or stabbing someone with Freddy’s Claws! We’ve fixed all of that! Paying homage to legendary films such as Slumber Party Massacre, My Bloody Valentine, Friday the 13th and much much more!

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The film includes all new original music from The Casket Creatures and Dan Plunkett and the soundtrack will have you dancing til you die!

The special effects are eye popping and include prosthetics by none other than master of the grotesque, Marcus Koch!


(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.

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