ByAlisha Grauso, writer at
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Alisha Grauso

Whether you like it or not, crowdfunding platforms, such as Kickstarter and Indiegogo, are the future of entertainment. At least, for now.

And award-winning Canadian horror-comedy cult favorite, Todd & the Book of Pure Evil, not content to let all those silly American endeavors have all the spotlight, has taken the "Give us money, please" train on the road and pulled into Indiegogo station.

The show ran for two seasons and was canceled last year, with creators adamant about giving fans some sort of conclusion. They'd really love that conclusion to come in the form of a full-length, animated feature film, but, as with many low-budget, indie projects, they need funding.

So if you're a fan of the show, or if you read this and then head to Netflix or FEARnet where you can catch all 26 episodes, you can donate to the cause on their Indiegogo page.


There are a bunch of cool perks, including movie posters and original illustrations, and even the chance to have your animated likeness brutally murdered on screen.



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