In 1973, S.F. Brownrigg directed a low-budget horror flick called Don’t Look in the Basement, which oftentimes hit theaters alongside Last House on the Left, on a double-bill. Now 40 years later, Browrigg’s son Anthony is intent on continuing the story, and he needs your help to do so.
The script for Don’t Look in the Basement: Part 2 has been completed, and Anthony Browrigg has taken to Indiegogo to raise the funds needed to cover shooting expenses, which include blood and makeup effects. Brownrigg says he’s already got $5,000 to work with, and only needs another $30,000 before the cameras can start rolling.
The film will pick up after the events of Don’t Look in the Basement, following the character of Sam around 40 years after he and his fellow asylum inmates ran amok. Sam is moved to a new asylum, where strange things begin happening once more.
Brownrigg wants to film the sequel in the same location as the original, and original star Camilla Carr has agreed to a cameo.
If any of this interests you, you can head over to the Don’t Look in the Basement: Part 2 Indiegogo page, where you can donate and score yourself some cool perks!
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