Horror Fans Unite: Kickstart ‘The Mortuary Collection’ Or Else!

The Mortuary Collection

People who love horror movies are some of the most dedicated fans in the world. It doesn’t matter if your film has a studio budget or if it was filmed in your backyard over the weekend–as long as the premise is decent and there is a chance of carnage, horror fans will more than likely give you a few minutes of their time. The open acceptance of new ideas is part of what makes this genre so wonderful in the first place, and it is with that in mind that I must now ask you to dig deep and help make a few creative people’s dreams, or making cinematic nightmares come true.

Ryan Spindell is the twisted genius behind The Root Of The Problem, which we featured here on UTG back in 2013. Right now he is using Kickstarter to fund a new project called The Mortuary Collection, and he needs a little under $10,000 in the next few days in order to meet his $50,000 goal. You can view the his Kickstarter pitch video below.

What is The Mortuary Collection, you ask? Good question. The Mortuary Collection is a planned anthology film that would follow in the horrific footprints of classics like Creepshow and Tales From The Crypt. It will feature a series of short films, each likely more terrifying than the last, and we want to see it get made!

If you feel like doing something to better the future of horror films, click here and support The Mortuary Collection. If not, maybe you should ask yourself why you don’t feel you should contribute to further a genre of film that has brought you endless joy for so many years. Seems like the kind of thing only an asshole would do, right?

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  • I love this project! I came across it on Kickstarter a few weeks ago. These guys can do so much with such a limited budget. Damn impressive. I’ve doubled my pledge since then. Would really like to see this project happen.