Nightmare of the Schizophrenic

A project in Dallas, TX by Bill Zebub

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Some Dreams Should Not Come True
Backers: 66
Average Pledge Per Backer: $42

Funded: $2,756 of $500
Dates: Jun 11th -> Jul 7th (26 days)
Project By: Bill Zebub
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Latest News

The final day

July 6th - via:
That is a pic from the Kerri Taylor scene. She and Debbie D absolutely shined when they were directed within their limits, and focusing on their best traits. That is the advantage of working with the same people over and over again. I learn how write... (Read More)

The tastiness of behind-the-scenes

July 2nd - via:
I am impressed by the amount of people who supported a BD-R. Of course, the stretch goal would have yielded a factory-pressed disc.  The success of this campaign makes it possible for future BD-Rs.  I think the most exciting thing about re-edits of... (Read More)

Great Progress

June 18th - via:
Progress is steady on the re-edit. The goal was reached on the first day, so I began the process immediately. Tonight I work on the footage of one of the actresses who died of breast cancer. Her name was Yelena. She was a person who, shall we say,... (Read More)

A special prize for one of you

June 15th - via:
I have found an old version of this movie, a DVD, but rather than keeping it or selling it on an auction site, I am going to award this to one of you. I will announce the winner at the end of the campaign. Here is the art that was used in the first... (Read More)

The original art for the shirt

June 13th - via:
Hi, This update is not an upsell. I just want to announce that I found the original DVD cover, which makes for an excellent shirt design. The first day had some buggy things, chiefly, the absence of add-ons. I had to make a work-around by offering a... (Read More)

A nice start!!!

June 11th - via:
I am very excited about the chance to completely re-edit this movie, using the skills I have honed since the movie first came out. The movie was lost for a long time because I was struggling with my fanbase becoming fragmented. Fans who liked the... (Read More)

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