The Whix Company Is In Their Final Drive For Funding The Completion Of Their Debut Feature, Crepitus — Starring Bill Moseley. They Need YOUR Help To Get This Done!
Haynze Whitmore and Eddie Renner of The Whix Company had been talking about writing a script based on an evil clown for some time. They sat down at a local restaurant in Cheboygan and bounced a few ideas around until they came up with a basic story structure. The rest slowly grew into over 8 months of writing, rethinking, correcting, adding scenes and multiple rewrites.
Eddie wrote most of the script and then handed it over to his amazing wife, Sarah, who is brilliant at developing realistic characters. Catching a few plot issues, she polished the story and breathed life into the script through some fresh dialogue and additional scenes.
They didn’t want to just write a story about a scary clown. They wanted to write a story that was frightening on many levels. This film focuses on both the supernatural and tangible fears like child abuse, things that go bump in the night, family secrets and other real life terrors.
Whitmore is an accomplished filmmaker with several successful short films under his belt, and Renner is a screenwriter with several of his screenplays, including Creptius, currently in production. The whole of Whixco has a deep passion for the horror genre and wants to bring a new style of horror into the fold. Your contributions allow you to become a part of this process and will allow them to tell stories that will scare the living hell out of you. We all love movies, and this process allows you to watch a great film and say “I was part of making that happen” — so you Fellow Fans unlimber your wallets, pick up some great perks, and support Crepitus and independent horror!!
SYNOPSIS — Seventeen year old Elizabeth and her younger brother, Julian, are thrust into circumstances more terrifying than life with their abusive, drunken mother when they are forced to move into their deceased Grandfather’s house. Frightened beyond belief, they learn horrible things about their family history. Never mind the ghosts in the house, there is something far worse that takes an interest in them … a cannibalistic clown named Crepitus.
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