Night of the Demons: After-Party
Night of the Demons: After-Party
A Halloween Party in a cemetery turns diabolical when demons and zombies arise and all hell breaks loose!
A Halloween Party in a cemetery turns diabolical when demons and zombies arise and all hell breaks loose! Read more
About this project
Okay, horror fans! I’m Kevin Tenney. I directed the original Night Of The Demons and it became a cult classic, spawning two successful sequels. A few years ago, Adam Gierasch (Autopsy, Toolbox Murders) remade my original Night Of The Demons and the response was overwhelming. Ever since, fans have constantly asked me, “When are you going to make another Demons film?” And here’s my answer: "It’s up to all of you."
We’ve put together an impressive . . . I mean REALLY impressive . . . crew and a kick ass script—Night Of The Demons: After-Party. It’s Halloween and we’re in a cemetery, having a party. Suddenly, there are demons and zombies everywhere, and all hell breaks loose! Literally!
We can’t wait to get started. Here's the team so far:
Producer: Kevin Tenney
Director: Anthony Hickox
Executive Producers: Adam Gierasch & Jace Anderson
Diana/Angela: Tiffany Shepis
Known for: More than 100 films, including Night Of The Demons (2009). This popular queen of scream plays our lead character, Diana, who gets possessed by the main demon, Angela.
Writer: Sean Tretta
Special Effects: Gabe Bartalos
Known for: Leprechaun 1-4, Basketcase 2 & 3. Worked on special effects makeup for: Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI, Dolls, Gremlins 2: The New Batch (with Rick Baker), Back To The Future . . . The Ride (T-Rex skin), Godzilla.
Composer: Harry Manfredini
With a group like this, you know this is gonna be classic.
We’ve got some great rewards . . . The cemetery could be named after you. You could be a demon . . . Or a walking corpse. You can even sign up to have Angela kill you on screen. What more could a horror fan want?
If we reach our goal, we’ll start working on the film over the summer, developing the special effects and locking everything down while we wait for hurricane season to be over. Then we’ll begin shooting in Louisiana in late September or October. We’ve got traditional and cutting edge online distribution lined up around the world and our goal is to release the film in time for Halloween, 2014.
So why are we asking you for money? Well, we've got some of it, but not all we need. Money raised the traditional way comes with strings. “Could you tone down the blood and gore, and give us less nudity?” WTF!!! This is a horror movie! We don’t want that. You don’t want that. You want the real deal, and that’s what we want to make.
As fans of the earlier versions already know, in the original Night Of The Demons, some “interesting” things happened with a tube of lipstick. The 2009 remake continued the tradition and took it one step further.
Kinda makes you wonder what might happen next, doesn't it?
For After-Party, we want to take everything to the next level . . . to give you something you’ll really talk about. If we raise more than our goal, we’ll make it even better. More blood, more gore, more music, more of everything you want.
So, if you’re a horror fan . . . if you want the real deal from creators who are passionate about the genre, help us get this movie made . . . pledge. And we’ll give you a horror experience you’ll never forget.
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Risks and challenges
RISKS AND CHALLENGES:
We face all the risks of making a movie. Tony could get run over by a truck. We might need to replace someone who isn’t working out. We plan to shoot in the fall in New Orleans. That’s after hurricane season, but Mother Nature doesn’t always follow plans and might interrupt our New Orleans shooting schedule. We’ll do everything we can to offset those risks (production insurance, contingency plans, a team with decades of experience). So we should be able to handle whatever gets thrown at us.
We’ll be working with our distributors to get all your digital downloads and other rewards to you safely and on schedule, but delays could happen if things don’t go as planned. And when you’re making a film, sometimes they don’t. But between the key cast and crew, we’ve made a lot of films. We know what we’re doing.
Some important information:
- Travel, lodging, food and transportation to events and set visits are not included in any reward bundle;
- You must be over 18 or accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to attend a premiere or set visit;
- Some rewards (particularly set visits) may require additional paperwork to protect us and you;
- We may decide to premiere this film online;
- If you appear in the film, we’ll need you to sign a release.