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“Psychedelic Psychopaths” Halted And Needs Your Help

Filmmaking can cost a lot of money. From special effects to feeding the cast and crew, it seems as if money flies out the window during filming. The latest film from Tom Cat of the band Death Cat has halted its production due to financial constraint. Psychedelic Psychopaths needs your help.

Death Cat has been making experimental media over the past few years including animated comics and music videos. Now they turn their crazy minds towards experimental horror. Psychedelic Psychopaths tells the story of four friends who find themselves surrounded by gruesome murder scenes throughout various timelines as they try to get a grasp on reality.

Directed by Tom Zarzecki, Psychedelic Psychopaths will take the audience on a mind trip journey through some gruesome scenarios. The film stars Lucia Romero, Crispin Rosenkranz, and Patrice Burton. The film promises a lot of colors, a great script, and some creative camera use.

Thus far, approximately one third of the film is complete. They need to finish the movie. The team behind Death Cat has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise the remaining funds. With need of money for locations and special effects they seek to the world of the internet to help. Currently shooting for a minimum of only $600, the campaign offers a few perks. Donating $10 earns yourself some thank yous while $25 gets yourself a copy of the film. If you want a bloody script, and they are not divulging who’s blood, you have to shell out $100. The highest perk is an executive producer credit which apparently also earns yourself an organic fruit pie. Delicious!

To see previous work done by Death Cat check out their website. If you are interested in donating, head over to the Indiegogo page for more information.

In the meantime, check out the campaign video which gives you a sneak peak at what you can expect from Psychedelic Psychopaths.

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