Horror Filmmakers, check out this message from our friends at Marketing Macabre!
If you are a struggling indie filmmaker trying to get your film in front of an audience, let Marketing Macabre do the work for you. We have 12 years experience in the horror game and we offer the most affordable solutions anywhere. We all need help every once and while, especially now more than ever before. You can’t afford to make the wrong decisions when it comes to your horror film or product. If you have a feature film or short film on VOD, DVD, or Blu-ray that you want to promote, we want to help. If you have a film festival and you have been forced to go online only, we want to help. If you have a novelty shop or tee shirt store that needs a boost, we want to help.
Now for some gigantic news! If you have a completed horror project that is ready to be shared with the world, Marketing Macabre wants to give a FREE press release to the first 5 people who respond to this offer. This is an absolutely FREE press blast shot directly to the top horror websites. Please respond by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with “FREE Marketing Macabre” in the subject line. In the body of the email, (1) name of the horror project (2) what it is – movie, film festival, etc. (3) Is it currently available or what is the release date (4) where did you hear about this offer – what website
Marketing Macabre is a wickedly devilish public relations / marketing / social media company subservient to horror professionals like yourself. Our undying devotion is to assist horror entities in promoting their diabolical creations well beyond the grave… So if you have anything to do with horror, be it a production company, director, producer, actor, writer, podcast-er, singer, etc…, we will craft a campaign “witch” will spellbind you and your evil dominion.
Guidelines on what we are looking are as follows: You must be a new customer, Your project must be horror related, What you want to promote should be a feature film, short film, film festival, or product of some type (examples: clothing, toys, artwork, novelty items)
Marketing Macabre reserves the right to refuse any submission they deem inappropriate or unsuitable.