Update: The Kickstarter was not successful, only raising $350 of the $2,000 goal. Neil has stated the film will still be made, but to a much smaller scope due to a lack of funds raised-in kickstarter it is all or nothing…
Neil Brimelow, creator of Slow Buttery Death and other shorts, is beginning work on his newest project, “Pale Moon”. The horror short centers around two children and their babysitter in a remote three-story mansion who are besieged by a man wearing a direful and sinister clown mask. The short is meant to pay homage to the original slasher films of the late 1970’s and early 1980’s that Neil grew up with, such as John Carpenter’s “Halloween.” This will be the first of two standalone films that Neil will be producing for his horror series, “Kill Tones.”
To help fund this project and receive backer rewards, please visit the Kickstarter
What makes this horror short different?
Most of the film will be without dialogue and will be set to a unique and ethereal interpretation of Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata.”
The film will not be a gore-fest, but instead will maintain an overwhelming sense of dread, tension, and horror throughout till the very end. Neil seeks to drum up some scares the old fashioned way.