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Crowdfunding Medical Campaign
Support Horror's first male "scream queen" as he faces severe illment.
Crowdfunding Horror-Thriller Campaign
WHICH WITCH WON?
A short horror comedy written and produced by Ave Rose and Treiops Treyfid (Disasterina).
Help materialize this horror-thriller about an influencer who unleashes a paranormal entity, after using a strange new delivery service.
Crowdfunding Anthology Campaign
THERE'S SOMETHING WRONG IN
Support Brother Ghoulish's queer horror fiction anthology about Black men living in the haunted suburbs of Maryland.
Community is crucial. Horror influencer Ivotres has faced domestic & legal issues. Support her during this challenging time.
Indie Short Film
MAKE A WISH
Watch & share this comedic Horror short from Writer / Director Dinh Thai.
Crowdfunding Novel Campaign
LES PETITES MORTS
A dark, seductive collection of fairy tales, folklore and mythology, featuring authors and illustrators from around the world.
DINNER IS SERVED
Contribute to this Queer horror novel: an experiment in community by Mae Murray.
Crowdfunding Documentary Campaign
Contribute to this unique film highlighting horror creatives with disabilities.
Mistic (AKA Goth Cakez) has faced recent health and financial challenges. Support their journey for housing stability.
LGBTQIA+ Immersive Experiences
LIGHTS OUT HAUNT
Discover fun, edgy realms of Horror from LGBTQIA+ creators.
Crowdfunding Film Campaign
Help bring this unique Horror project to life; starring an all-LGBTQ+ cast and boasting a visionary woman director.
IN LIVING HORROR TV
All eyes are on this Black Horror Anthology series described as “Hereditary” meets “American Horror Story.”
Black-Owned Adult Horror Business
Fund original female-driven Horror and Sci-Fi projects from this Black-owned platform.
BLACK WOMEN ARE SCARY
CHRIS COURTNEY MARTIN
Aid in this writers relocation efforts to help heal from abuse and exploitation.
Diversity, Inclusion & Equity Platform
HORROR IN COLOR
Contribute to future events and productions that make the Horror genre accessible to all, especially women, people of color, LGBT+, and people with disabilities.