THE WORST HORROR MOVIE EVER MADE has been out of print for only a year, and already copies have been selling for $50 or more.
When fans asked Bill Zebub to return the movie to active distribution, he took a look and decided that if it were to be made available again, it would have to be re-edited, but he left that decision to the fans.
Last year, the same voting was done for NIGHT OF THE PUMPKIN. Bill Zebub created a low profile crowdfunder to ask for a nominal bit of support – the equivalent of asking for a pre-purchase (at a normal price). If fans did not gather to raise the small amount, then it would of course fail commercially.
Fans once again rescued a movie from the grave. There are still a couple of days to participate and to obtain some cool items. Click here to find out more.
Bill Zebub wants the dedicated fans to benefit from the extra value of out-of-print movies, so this re-edit, just as the one for NIGHT OF THE PUMPKIN, have alternate performances, new shots, and the deletion of some material. This way, the original cut stays valuable, and the new one offers a fresh approach to a the footage.
If you participated, thank you for your support.