Cathedrals will fall, the river will run red... and THE BIRD will be SLAUGHTERED!

Dystopian vampire film, TiCK, needs your help

A message from the guys behind TiCK:

Award-winning filmmakers Ashlea Wessel, director (INK) and Kevin Burke, producer (24×36: A Movie about Movie Posters) team up to create TiCK, a liveaction horror/sci-fi short exploring North American colonial relations in a postpandemic age. With Vampires.

Tick will take you through a fractured, post-pandemic society, after vampirism begins to appear in an indigenous subset of the population. We follow one such girl, Nishiime, who lives in hiding from the organization who kidnapped and enslaved her family.

It’s a heartbreaking, blood-soaked, gripping story of a young girl finding her strength in the face of shame, fear and adversity, and we need your help to bring their vision to life.

Our campaign is 1/3 funded with 10 days to go. We’re offering awesome perks like t-shirts, posters, downloads and Kevin will even donate his blood for you!

Check out our Kickstarter and share, follow or pledge and help make TiCK happen!

You can also find us on social media:

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