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MONSTERS IN THE CLOSET – Horror Anthology Feature Film Seeks Funding

Allentown PA filmmakers are producing a new horror anthology feature film MONSTERS IN THE CLOSET on Kickstarter.

The Snygg brothers are both writing, directing and lighting their first feature film since BEASTER DAY: Here Comes Peter CottonHell.  They  are funding the film mostly by themselves, but need help in their completion of their project.

Feel free to donate (money or services in the tri state area) what you can to help feed their actors, crew and help them to improve their production values on the project.  They have the locations, crew and equipment already in place. We just need your help to give us funds so we can spend more time on this production to truly make it shine.

  • Zack Snygg has produced, written, directed and edited many feature length B-movies for such companies and Lionsgate Films, The Weinstein Co., Maverick Entertainment and New Market Films/Silver Nitrate. Way back in the 1990s I used to co-run Troma Team Video (Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke em High) and helped make Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s (yup the South Park guys) debut film Cannibal the Musical a lukewarm success on home video. I later became partners at E.I. Cinema in which we produced the Discovery TV series Gimmie Shelter and many late night spoofs (Spiderbabe on HBO and Showtime) and urban comedies (Carlito’s Angels on Starz).
  •  Spencer Snygg has been a Hollywood (union only please) lighting/electric with over 17 years in the business doing lighting on blockbusters such as Transformers 2, Meet the Parents 2, Spiderman 2 and many other films with the number 2 at the end. Spencer is currently finishing up his stint on the AMERICANS the FX critic  acclaimed TV series.
  • Their last film  BEASTER DAY: Here Comes Peter CottonHell streamed on Hulu, Amazon Prime, VUDU, iTunes, xBox, Walmart and other VOD services.  Love to have people on this project to help continue independent filmmaking outside of NYC and Los Angeles.

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