Jason Voorhees Fights Michael Myers
Once they finish slowly staggering towards each other, this should be good.
Have you ever dreamed of seeing Michael Myers and Jason Voorhees battle it out onscreen? Well that’stotally (maybe) going to happen (sort of)!
Kane Hodder, the man who played Jason Voorhees in Friday the 13th parts 7-10 and Tyler Mane, whoplayed Michael Myers in Rob Zombie’s Halloween movies, are teaming up for a unique project that youcan be a part of by way of everyone’s favorite means of asking for cash, Kickstarter.
The film that will unite these two horror movie big shots onscreen for the first time is called “CasketCounty Massacre” and, in a unique twist on the traditional filmmaking process, fans who contributeto the project will be allowed access to a secret “filmmaker” website where they can have their sayin various casting and filming decisions. Read that again if you need to. Casting decisions. For a horrormovie. Do we need to remind you that, provided the black guy has already been killed, the first personto go in a horror film is usually the first person to get naked? Now you can help make sure that nakedperson is a woman, just as the gods of horror movie making prefer.
That’s not where your involvement has to end though. Like any Kickstarter project, the more you give,the more you get. At the lower levels, you get the usual fare like DVDs and access to the previouslymentioned filmmaker website, but a little extra cash gets you some pretty cool things you can’t buy in astore.
On the low end of things, for a scant $99, you get your name in the closing credits as an ExecutiveProducer. Put that on your resume and use it to sleep with gullible women, soldier.
If you’ve got tons of expendable cash, as most do, for $10,000 you can literally buy your way into afeatured role in the movie, complete with all of the acting lessons that will be needed to keep yourmonument-like emotional range from bringing the entire project down.
While that sounds like a blast, there’s one level to this Kickstarter that’s clearly a superior value above all others.
Yep. For just $2,500 you can get murdered on camera in a horror film. We challenge you to find a betterChristmas gift for the horror movie fan in your life this year. You can learn more about the project at the Kickstarter page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sumojack/casket-county-massacreSpeak Your MindTell us what you're thinking... and oh, if you want a pic to show with your comment, go get a gravatar!