Terrifier 2 Crowdfounding Campaign Adds New Perks

Even greater rewards can now be yours if you support this project.

By Michelle Kaotic

Terrifier star David Howard Thornton took to his Instagram to let fans know that with the campaign being halfway through its 41-day run, and already fully-funded, more perks have been added for those who still want to contribute to the sequel’s production.

Thornton, who plays the maniacal, scalpel-wielding Art the Clown, expressed his gratitude to the fans who are helping make Terrifier 2 the best sequel they can make.

The latest rewards include digital decorations, having your own artwork showcased in the special features section of the Blu-ray, the actor in full Art the Clown makeup saying thanks, four VIP tickets to the premiere, designing a kill for Art, and even the opportunity of owning the star’s screen-used mask. Once again, these rewards range from low-end prices to higher-end for serious collectors, but you are sure to find something that will fit in any budget.

You can view the new perks and any others still available over on the official Indiegogo page for the film.

With the fundraising doing incredibly well, those involved with the project confidently say that this sequel is going to be bloodier and more violent than the first. The film is slated for a 2020 release.

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About the Author

Michelle Kaotic

Growing up in Northern Ontario, Canada, I still remember that first time watching The Exorcist as a kid. While others looked away, I took in every pea green puke and head-spinning moment that I could. Since then, horror and music have become passionate hobbies in my life. Although new to the convention scene, I’ve been collecting both horror and music items for over two decades. Two moments that make these hobbies worthwhile were coming face to face with Freddy Krueger himself, the legendary Robert Englund, and shaking hands with guitar icon Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin. I started Kaotic Notes back in 2015 to house the numerous reviews, interviews, photos, and videos that I had done, and continue to do so to this day. It’s only rock and roll with a touch of blood and gore. What can go wrong?!

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