Horror Movie as App

Your Next Horror Movie Franchise Isn't a Movie - It's an App | The Wrap Movies: " . . . The entire series is has been completed, he said, at a cost of just less than $1 million. A season's pass will set viewers back $6.99 (or $14.99 for HD); individual episodes go for 99 cents (or $1.99 for HD). And viewers who share on social media that they watched the first episode can still watch the second for free. There will be no advertising at all. Edelstein said he will rely on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and the viral nature of successful projects on the internet, assured that both the quality of his project and his innovative approach to storytelling would be enough for people to buy it. “I don’t want this to be like XYZ studio is trying to push a new thing,” Edelstein said. “I want people to try and discover this. If it’s going to succeed it’s going to happen that way.” Though some money will come from sales, Edelstein insists that is not the priority. The project was funded, he said, thanks to an angel investor that he could never convince to invest in movies. Though he has no guarantee that he’ll get his money back on this project, his investor is already open to a sequel.  "We are in it to really figure it out. If we didn’t nail it here, we’re going to adjust,” Edelstein said. . . ." (read more at link above)

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