"In Fear Of" is a web series that looks into the clinical phobias that inhabit us. The series was created by Scott W. Perry in 2012 and has featured some incredible filmmaking talents, including directors Jeremiah Kipp and Mike Polizzi, actors Debbie Rochon, David Marancik, Suzi Lorraine, Raine Brown, Damien Colletti, Xiomara Cintron, Kelly Rae LeGault, Louisa Ward, Mike Lane, and a multitude of performers.
So far in the series, we have explored the following phobias:
"Monophobia: Fear Of Being Alone"
"Podophobia: Fear Of Feet"
"Selenophobia: Fear Of The Moon"
"Thanatophobia: Fear Of Death"
"Apehephobia: Fear Of Being Touched"
"Achluophobia: Fear Of The Dark"
In Season 2, we have already confirmed the following phobias will be made with the following directors and actors attached:
13- "Autophobia: Fear Of Abandonment" (Directed by Scott W. Perry. Starring Larry Carrell)
"In Fear Of" series films have been featured in the pages of Fangoria magazine (check out Fangoria.com's coverage of Season 2: http://www.fangoria.com/index.php/home/all-news/1-latest-news/8528-exclusive-picsdetails-second-season-of-in-fear-of) and on several horror news blogs and publications around the world. The first season slate of episodes played at the 2nd annual Macabre Faire in Long Island, NY (the only films to play twice on the festival's schedule) and Monophobia won Best Horror Comedy Short Film at the 2012 Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival.
WHY WE NEED FUNDS TO MAKE SEASON 2 HAPPEN
As you can see, we got off to a pretty good start in Season 1, but in order to make the filming of Season 2 happen we will need your help. This is an ambitious and unique series that will take significant resources to produce. We would love for you to become a part of this journey by supporting our immensely talented group of performers who will be filmed doing very horrific things [just watch: "Apehephobia"!] and our directors who are taking on the challenging work of our diverse group of writers to bring these phobias to life on the screen [check out this interview about the making of Selenophobia!].
We seek your generous support to help with the following:
- Publicity and expanding outreach to the community
- Covering the rental of technical equipment and insurance costs
- Location and transportation expenses
- Materials to realize ambitious set dressing, wardrobe and lighting techniques
- Offering live-able stipends for our creative artists that already donate so much of their precious time into getting projects like this off the ground
- Administrative costs (permitting fees, festival submission fees)
HOW TO MAKE AN IMPACT
We need one FINAL PUSH to make this project happen. Our current goal is to raise $5000 by the time we start our next round of principal photography in spring 2013 on location in New York City in time for a Halloween 2013 release. Please contribute whatever you can! Any amount at all will help us on this journey.
OTHER WAYS YOU CAN HELP
Just because you may not be able to contribute doesn’t mean you lose your chance to help make this project happen!
- Please help us get the word out and make some noise about this campaign!
- Use the Indiegogo share tools to make it super easy.
- Tell people how much you want to see this show come to New York and pass this onto your fancy friends with deep pockets!
Anne Bobby, Debbie Rochon, David Marancik, Suzi Lorraine, Kaylee Williams, Larry Carrell, Susan Adriensen, Bryant Pearson, Genoveva Rossi, Bradley Creanzo, Doc Dougherty, Manoush, Kelly Rae LeGault, Pete Mizzo, Heather Drew, Adam Ginsberg, LC Macabre, Rachael Robbins
Scott W. Perry, Jeremiah Kipp, Thomas Norman, Sean N. Ihne, Bradley Creanzo, Alfredo Salvatore Arcilesi, Stolis Hadjicharalmbous, Robert L. Brodmerkel (Horror Bob)
Scott W. Perry, Jeremiah Kipp, PJ McIlvaine, Bradley Creanzo, Thomas Norman, Steven-Mark Glassner, Robert L. Brodmerkel (Horror Bob)
Scott W. Perry, Jeremiah Kipp, Steven-Mark Glassner, Suzi Lorraine, Nick W. Nicholson, Bradley Creanzo
ABOUT SLICK DEVIL ENTERTAINMENT
In 2005, Slick Devil Entertainment was launched and shortly thereafter came its first project, "Unadulterated," starring Tomiko Kempski and Jesse Barton. The film has become an internet sensation, with a total of over one million views on Youtube, Daily Motion, and other websites. Perry has also worked on several other projects in the New York area and added journalist to his resume in 2007 with the launch of the Colonel's Crypt website. Since its launch, Scott Perry has interviewed over 150 top names in the film industry as well as the best up and coming talent with a unique website devoted to the art of genre themed cinema. His next project "Insatiable," stars Mike Lane, Zoë Daelman Chlanda, and Raine Brown, and a crew featuring many of the top independent talent on the East Coast horror scene. "Insatiable" has been met with rave reviews and was featured on Fangoria.com.
Perry has followed up "Insatiable" with "Something Just," the first project from Slick Devil Entertainment to be filmed on 1080p High Definition. The film, which stars indie horror faves Alan Rowe Kelly, Jerry Murdock, and Joseph Zaso, has met with high acclaim in the horror community and won 4 Claw Awards at the 2012 Terror Film Festival including Best Fantasy Short Film and Best Actor for Kelly.
In 2012, Perry expanded Slick Devil Entertainment with several multimedia projects including two music videos, and an experimental online film "Ghosts" with David Marancik and Xiomara Cintron. It was during the filming of "Ghosts" where Perry had a vision of working with several independent filmmakers on a series dealing with the basic elements of horror, our fears. With that launched "In Fear Of" online around the world on Halloween 2012. Two weeks prior, the first episode, "Monophobia: Fear Of Being Alone" starring scream queen legend Debbie Rochon was awarded Best Horror Comedy Short Film at the Buffalo Screams Horror Film Festival in its world premiere. Recently, "In Fear Of" had the honor of playing the entire first season at the Long Island Macabre Faire Horror Film Festival where it received two standing room only screenings followed by a standing ovation. Slick Devil Entertainment continues to bring a unique blend to the indie film community with its narrative and abstract approach to art. www.slickdevilentertainment.com