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Monday, July 6, 2020

‘Black Christmas’ Fan Film ‘It’s Me, Billy’ Will Be an Unofficial Sequel to the Original Classic [Trailer]

Bob Clark’s horror masterpiece Black Christmas has now been remade two times, most recently by Sophia Takal just last year, but both of those films hardly aimed to recapture the eerie holiday creepiness of the 1974 proto-slasher. Filmmaker Dave McRae, however, is looking to do just that with his film It’s Me, Billy, an *unofficial* sequel to Clark’s classic.

Currently being crowd-funded through Indiegogo, short fan film It’s Me, Billy is being described as “an unofficial sequel that’s set nearly 50 years after the events of the first film.”

In the short, “Unaware of the danger that’s hunting her, Sam and her two best friends are spending Christmas Eve at her grandmother’s old country mansion. Stalked by a sinister evil that’s been lurking in the shadows for nearly 50 years, Sam is about to come face to face with her grandmother’s chilling Christmas past, the deranged psychopath known as Billy.”

McRae and the team explain their goals, “We want to create a tribute film to one of the most famous Canadian films ever made by making a short sequel that displays the same type of mood, atmosphere, and theater of the mind that Black Christmas gave us in 1974. What Black Christmas did for the Canadian film industry has never been forgotten.”

The Canadian filmmakers need to raise $60,000 in order to bring It’s Me, Billy to life, and at the time of this writing they’ve thus far raised nearly $10,000 with two months left to go.

Head over to Indiegogo to learn more. And check out the early teaser below.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/videos/3622497/black-christmas-fan-film-billy-will-unofficial-sequel-original-classic-trailer/

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