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Explore and Celebrate ‘80s Horror Movies With Dead Meat Hosts James and Chelsea As Your Guides – Only Available Until Midnight Halloween!

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$59.99 + Free Shipping Worldwide (expected delivery: November)

Explore and Celebrate ‘80s Horror Movies With Dead Meat Hosts James and Chelsea As Your Guides – Only Available Until Midnight Halloween!

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  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Full Cast
  • Press
  • FAQ

Available for one month only, this unique collector's edition is a must-buy for fans of Dead Meat and ‘80s horror films. In this special edition, Dead Meat hosts James A. Janisse and Chelsea Rebecca are joined by '80s icons, modern horror greats, and popular horror influencers as they guide you through the most complete retrospective documentary of the genre ever made.

This limited run of In Search of Darkness features an all-new introduction from James & Chelsea, new segments for each year (1980-1989) where they reveal their favorite horror moments (and kills!), and comes packed with unique Dead Meat collectibles that you won’t find anywhere else.

James & Chelsea are joined by 45+ contributors, including John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness), Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise), and Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser franchise).

Each of the contributors gives their unique take on the genre and the films they were involved with. This is your opportunity to go behind the scenes with ‘80s icons to learn how your favorite ‘80s horror films were made.

Pre-order now (expected delivery: November 2019) to personalize your documentary with your name in the credits.

You will receive:

• The most comprehensive documentary on ‘80s Horror ever made, clocking in at more than 280 minutes (DVD or Blu-Ray) and featuring 45+ contributors.

• Exclusive In Search of Darkness: Dead Meat Collector’s Edition movie poster.

• Unique Dead Meat Pin – not available anywhere else.

• High-quality postcard featuring unique artwork created for In Search of Darkness by legendary ‘80s horror artist Graham Humphreys.

• Digital Download of the documentary.

The Dead Meat Collector’s Edition is only available until midnight Halloween and will never be streamed or put up for sale again. This is your one chance to purchase this documentary.

Here’s a few of our favorite moments from the documentary:

• John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness) describes how his dislike of the “greed is good” ethos of the ‘80s motivated him to create They Live, and how The Thing’s initial critical and financial failure led to him losing the director spot on Stephen King’s Firestarter.

• Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser Franchise) reveals insights into the shaping of his own iconic character, Pinhead, which he helped to shape alongside his former school chum Clive Barker. He declares, “Pinhead is a horror monster who would be perfectly at home at a garden party with Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde trading epithets.”

• Tom Atkins (Actor – The Fog, Halloween III, Night of the Creeps) reveals that director George A. Romero offered him any role he wanted in the horror anthology Creepshow. Despite this, he didn’t get his first choice. Find out what role he originally chose and how his second choice ended up making Stephen King very nervous.

• Heather Langenkamp (Actor - A Nightmare on Elm Street) details the “crazy day” on the Elm Street set filming her iconic bathtub scene with Freddy’s glove, plus the film that made her swear off watching horror.

• Keith David (Actor - The Thing, They Live) recalls the two-week prep and cinematic inspirations for his epic fight with Roddy Piper in They Live.

• Joe Dante (Director - The Howling, Gremlins) explains how Gremlins was originally a much darker film and why they scrapped the plan for the beloved Gizmo to become the evil Gremlin, Stripe.

• Barbara Crampton (Actor - Re-Animator, From Beyond) on cocaine-fuelled filmmaking and the use of nudity and violence to sell horror.

• Caroline Williams (Actor - Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) on having to do the “chainsaw dance” with no training and a live chainsaw, and that pivotal moment with Leatherface’s chainsaw between her legs.

• Greg Nicotero (SFX - Creepshow, Day of the Dead) pulls back the curtain on some of the era’s greatest SFX shots, including the use of rancid pig intestines on the Day of the Dead set.

• Jeffrey Combs (Actor - Re-Animator, From Beyond) on crossing the line of excess in horror and how he studied dead bodies in the morgue to prep for Re-Animator.

James and Chelsea are joined by a who’s who of ‘80s Horror royalty. Across the four hours (plus) runtime, you’ll hear from the largest cast of ‘80s horror legends ever assembled, representing nearly every top ‘80s horror film:

  • Tom Atkins (Actor – The Fog, Halloween III, Night of the Creeps)
  • Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser Franchise)
  • Joe Bob Briggs (Film Critic/Writer, Host of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs)
  • Darcy the Mail Girl (Cohost – The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs)
  • Lori Cardille (Actor – Day of the Dead)
  • John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness)
  • Nick Castle (Actor – Halloween)
  • Larry Cohen (Writer/Director – It’s Alive, Q, The Stuff)
  • Jeffrey Combs (Actor – Re-Animator, From Beyond)
  • Barbara Crampton (Actor – Re-Animator, From Beyond, Chopping Mall)
  • Sean S. Cunningham (Director/Producer – Friday the 13th, House)
  • Joe Dante (Director – The Howling, Gremlins, The ‘Burbs)
  • Keith David (Actor – The Thing, They Live)
  • Katie Featherston (Actor – Paranormal Activity Franchise)
  • Mick Garris (Writer/Director – Critters 2, The Fly II)
  • Michael Gingold (Author and Former Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria)
  • Stuart Gordon (Director – Re-Animator, Dolls, From Beyond)
  • Andre Gower (Actor – The Monster Squad)
  • Spencer Hickman (Founder of Deathwaltz Records)
  • Kane Hodder (Actor/Stuntman – House I & II, Friday the 13th VII-X)
  • Tom Holland (Writer/Director – Psycho II, Fright Night, Child’s Play)
  • Graham Humphreys (Horror Poster Artist)
  • James A. Janisse (YouTube Creator/Host – Dead Meat)
  • Lloyd Kaufman (Producer/Director – The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke ‘Em High)
  • Eric Kurland (3-D Expert and Founder of 3-D Space)
  • Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise)
  • Don Mancini (Writer/Director – Child’s Play, Cellar Dweller)
  • Harry Manfredini – Composer (Friday the 13th Franchise)
  • Kelli Maroney (Actor – Chopping Mall, Night of the Comet)
  • Robbi Morgan (Actor – Friday the 13th)
  • Bill Moseley (Actor – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
  • Greg Nicotero (SFX – Creepshow, Day of the Dead, Evil Dead II)
  • Phil Nobile Jr. (Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria)
  • Cassandra Peterson (Actor – Elvira: Mistress of the Dark)
  • Mike Redman (Musician/Music Producer – Deformer)
  • James Rolfe (YouTube Creator/Host – AVGN/Cinemassacre)
  • Ken Sagoes (Actor – Nightmare on Elm Street 3&4)
  • Ben Scrivens (Founder of Fright-Rags)
  • Mark Shostrom (Makeup Artist – Evil Dead II, Prince of Darkness, Phantasm II, Nightmare on Elm Street 2 & 3)
  • Corey Taylor (Musician/Lead Singer – Slipknot)
  • Cecil Trachenburg (YouTube Creator/Host – GoodBadFlicks)
  • Ryan Turek (VP of Film Development at Blumhouse Productions & Producer of Halloween 2018)
  • Caroline Williams (Actor – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
  • Alex Winter (Actor – The Lost Boys)
  • Heather Wixson (Managing Editor – Daily Dead)
  • Tom Woodruff Jr. (Special Effects – Pumpkinhead, The Monster Squad)
  • Brian Yuzna (Director/Producer – Society, Re-Animator, From Beyond)

Since its premiere, In Search of Darkness* has been getting some fantastic press. Here’s a few snippets from recent reviews:

"Compulsively watchable" - The Verge

"Absolutely captivating and everything I had been hoping for" - Nightmarish Conjurings

"An all-encompassing, delightfully spooky love letter to eighties horror" - Dread Central

"Guaranteed to be a documentary horror fans revisit time and time again" - Geeks of Doom

"A geeky and passionate tribute to American ‘80s horror films" - Sublime Horror

"Works great as a time-capsule film, cataloguing the best the decade had to offer and celebrating what made it such a special time in horror" - Film Pulse

"Thorough, affectionate, & endlessly entertaining" - The Spool

"A must-see, must-own documentary" - Saving Content

"A movie for the weirdos and misfits who have been obsessed with the darker side of things for as long as they can remember" - Goomba Stomp

"A towering testament to the love and passion inspired by ‘80s horror movies" - Boston Hassle

“A thoroughly entertaining documentary that provides a treasure trove of fun anecdotes and insightful analysis for hardened horror hounds” - New Horror Express

*Please note that these reviews were given for the Standard edition of In Search of Darkness - but we think you’ll enjoy your Dead Meat Collector’s Edition even more!

Can I Customize How My Name Appears In The Credits?

Yes. After the campaign is complete we will reach out to each buyer with a quick survey to check how they would like their name to appear in the credits. If you are purchasing the Collector’s Edition as a gift, you can choose to put the recipient’s name in the credits.

Do You Accept International Orders?

Yes. We offer free shipping worldwide to most countries, and accept most currencies through our secure payment processing system. Although payments are processed in US Dollars, you will see the equivalent charge in your currency on your bank or credit card statement.

When Will I Receive My Collector’s Edition?

We are manufacturing these sets to order. Manufacturing will begin mid-November and we aim to send copies out before the end of November 2019.

Will The Blu-Ray/DVD Be Region Free?

Yes, the Blu-ray/DVD will be region free

What Is Your Refund Policy?

We offer a full, no-questions asked refund up until the manufacturing date (mid-November). Because these items are limited edition and made-to-order, we are not offering refunds after this point apart for in cases of manufacturing defects.

If you have further issues, please contact us:
laura@creatorvc.com

  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Full Cast
  • Press
  • FAQ

Available for one month only, this unique collector's edition is a must-buy for fans of Dead Meat and ‘80s horror films. In this special edition, Dead Meat hosts James A. Janisse and Chelsea Rebecca are joined by '80s icons, modern horror greats, and popular horror influencers as they guide you through the most complete retrospective documentary of the genre ever made.

This limited run of In Search of Darkness features an all-new introduction from James & Chelsea, new segments for each year (1980-1989) where they reveal their favorite horror moments (and kills!), and comes packed with unique Dead Meat collectibles that you won’t find anywhere else.

James & Chelsea are joined by 45+ contributors, including John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness), Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise), and Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser franchise).

Each of the contributors gives their unique take on the genre and the films they were involved with. This is your opportunity to go behind the scenes with ‘80s icons to learn how your favorite ‘80s horror films were made.

Pre-order now (expected delivery: November 2019) to personalize your documentary with your name in the credits.

You will receive:

• The most comprehensive documentary on ‘80s Horror ever made, clocking in at more than 280 minutes (DVD or Blu-Ray) and featuring 45+ contributors.

• Exclusive In Search of Darkness: Dead Meat Collector’s Edition movie poster.

• Unique Dead Meat Pin – not available anywhere else.

• High-quality postcard featuring unique artwork created for In Search of Darkness by legendary ‘80s horror artist Graham Humphreys.

• Digital Download of the documentary.

The Dead Meat Collector’s Edition is only available until midnight Halloween and will never be streamed or put up for sale again. This is your one chance to purchase this documentary.

Here’s a few of our favorite moments from the documentary:

• John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness) describes how his dislike of the “greed is good” ethos of the ‘80s motivated him to create They Live, and how The Thing’s initial critical and financial failure led to him losing the director spot on Stephen King’s Firestarter.

• Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser Franchise) reveals insights into the shaping of his own iconic character, Pinhead, which he helped to shape alongside his former school chum Clive Barker. He declares, “Pinhead is a horror monster who would be perfectly at home at a garden party with Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde trading epithets.”

• Tom Atkins (Actor – The Fog, Halloween III, Night of the Creeps) reveals that director George A. Romero offered him any role he wanted in the horror anthology Creepshow. Despite this, he didn’t get his first choice. Find out what role he originally chose and how his second choice ended up making Stephen King very nervous.

• Heather Langenkamp (Actor - A Nightmare on Elm Street) details the “crazy day” on the Elm Street set filming her iconic bathtub scene with Freddy’s glove, plus the film that made her swear off watching horror.

• Keith David (Actor - The Thing, They Live) recalls the two-week prep and cinematic inspirations for his epic fight with Roddy Piper in They Live.

• Joe Dante (Director - The Howling, Gremlins) explains how Gremlins was originally a much darker film and why they scrapped the plan for the beloved Gizmo to become the evil Gremlin, Stripe.

• Barbara Crampton (Actor - Re-Animator, From Beyond) on cocaine-fuelled filmmaking and the use of nudity and violence to sell horror.

• Caroline Williams (Actor - Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) on having to do the “chainsaw dance” with no training and a live chainsaw, and that pivotal moment with Leatherface’s chainsaw between her legs.

• Greg Nicotero (SFX - Creepshow, Day of the Dead) pulls back the curtain on some of the era’s greatest SFX shots, including the use of rancid pig intestines on the Day of the Dead set.

• Jeffrey Combs (Actor - Re-Animator, From Beyond) on crossing the line of excess in horror and how he studied dead bodies in the morgue to prep for Re-Animator.

  • James and Chelsea are joined by a who’s who of ‘80s Horror royalty. Across the four hours (plus) runtime, you’ll hear from the largest cast of ‘80s horror legends ever assembled, representing nearly every top ‘80s horror film:

    • Tom Atkins (Actor – The Fog, Halloween III, Night of the Creeps)
    • Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser Franchise)
    • Joe Bob Briggs (Film Critic/Writer, Host of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs)
    • Darcy the Mail Girl (Cohost – The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs)
    • Lori Cardille (Actor – Day of the Dead)
    • John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness)
    • Nick Castle (Actor – Halloween)
    • Larry Cohen (Writer/Director – It’s Alive, Q, The Stuff)
    • Jeffrey Combs (Actor – Re-Animator, From Beyond)
    • Barbara Crampton (Actor – Re-Animator, From Beyond, Chopping Mall)
    • Sean S. Cunningham (Director/Producer – Friday the 13th, House)
    • Joe Dante (Director – The Howling, Gremlins, The ‘Burbs)
    • Keith David (Actor – The Thing, They Live)
    • Katie Featherston (Actor – Paranormal Activity Franchise)
    • Mick Garris (Writer/Director – Critters 2, The Fly II)
    • Michael Gingold (Author and Former Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria)
    • Stuart Gordon (Director – Re-Animator, Dolls, From Beyond)
    • Andre Gower (Actor – The Monster Squad)
    • Spencer Hickman (Founder of Deathwaltz Records)
    • Kane Hodder (Actor/Stuntman – House I & II, Friday the 13th VII-X)
    • Tom Holland (Writer/Director – Psycho II, Fright Night, Child’s Play)
    • Graham Humphreys (Horror Poster Artist)
    • James A. Janisse (YouTube Creator/Host – Dead Meat)
    • Lloyd Kaufman (Producer/Director – The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke ‘Em High)
    • Eric Kurland (3-D Expert and Founder of 3-D Space)
    • Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise)
    • Don Mancini (Writer/Director – Child’s Play, Cellar Dweller)
    • Harry Manfredini – Composer (Friday the 13th Franchise)
    • Kelli Maroney (Actor – Chopping Mall, Night of the Comet)
    • Robbi Morgan (Actor – Friday the 13th)
    • Bill Moseley (Actor – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
    • Greg Nicotero (SFX – Creepshow, Day of the Dead, Evil Dead II)
    • Phil Nobile Jr. (Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria)
    • Cassandra Peterson (Actor – Elvira: Mistress of the Dark)
    • Mike Redman (Musician/Music Producer – Deformer)
    • James Rolfe (YouTube Creator/Host – AVGN/Cinemassacre)
    • Ken Sagoes (Actor – Nightmare on Elm Street 3&4)
    • Ben Scrivens (Founder of Fright-Rags)
    • Mark Shostrom (Makeup Artist – Evil Dead II, Prince of Darkness, Phantasm II, Nightmare on Elm Street 2 & 3)
    • Corey Taylor (Musician/Lead Singer – Slipknot)
    • Cecil Trachenburg (YouTube Creator/Host – GoodBadFlicks)
    • Ryan Turek (VP of Film Development at Blumhouse Productions & Producer of Halloween 2018)
    • Caroline Williams (Actor – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
    • Alex Winter (Actor – The Lost Boys)
    • Heather Wixson (Managing Editor – Daily Dead)
    • Tom Woodruff Jr. (Special Effects – Pumpkinhead, The Monster Squad)
    • Brian Yuzna (Director/Producer – Society, Re-Animator, From Beyond)

Since its premiere, In Search of Darkness* has been getting some fantastic press. Here’s a few snippets from recent reviews:

"Compulsively watchable" - The Verge

"Absolutely captivating and everything I had been hoping for" - Nightmarish Conjurings

"An all-encompassing, delightfully spooky love letter to eighties horror" - Dread Central

"Guaranteed to be a documentary horror fans revisit time and time again" - Geeks of Doom

"A geeky and passionate tribute to American ‘80s horror films" - Sublime Horror

"Works great as a time-capsule film, cataloguing the best the decade had to offer and celebrating what made it such a special time in horror" - Film Pulse

"Thorough, affectionate, & endlessly entertaining" - The Spool

"A must-see, must-own documentary" - Saving Content

"A movie for the weirdos and misfits who have been obsessed with the darker side of things for as long as they can remember" - Goomba Stomp

"A towering testament to the love and passion inspired by ‘80s horror movies" - Boston Hassle

“A thoroughly entertaining documentary that provides a treasure trove of fun anecdotes and insightful analysis for hardened horror hounds” - New Horror Express

*Please note that these reviews were given for the Standard edition of In Search of Darkness - but we think you’ll enjoy your Dead Meat Collector’s Edition even more!

Can I Customize How My Name Appears In The Credits?

Yes. After the campaign is complete we will reach out to each buyer with a quick survey to check how they would like their name to appear in the credits. If you are purchasing the Collector’s Edition as a gift, you can choose to put the recipient’s name in the credits.

Do You Accept International Orders?

Yes. We offer free shipping worldwide to most countries, and accept most currencies through our secure payment processing system. Although payments are processed in US Dollars, you will see the equivalent charge in your currency on your bank or credit card statement.

When Will I Receive My Collector’s Edition?

We are manufacturing these sets to order. Manufacturing will begin mid-November and we aim to send copies out before the end of November 2019.

Will The Blu-Ray/DVD Be Region Free?

Yes, the Blu-ray/DVD will be region free

What Is Your Refund Policy?

We offer a full, no-questions asked refund up until the manufacturing date (mid-November). Because these items are limited edition and made-to-order, we are not offering refunds after this point apart for in cases of manufacturing defects.

If you have further issues, please contact us:
laura@creatorvc.com

  • Overview
  • Highlights
  • Full Cast
  • Press
  • FAQ

Available for one month only, this unique collector's edition is a must-buy for fans of Dead Meat and ‘80s horror films. In this special edition, Dead Meat hosts James A. Janisse and Chelsea Rebecca are joined by '80s icons, modern horror greats, and popular horror influencers as they guide you through the most complete retrospective documentary of the genre ever made.

This limited run of In Search of Darkness features an all-new introduction from James & Chelsea, new segments for each year (1980-1989) where they reveal their favorite horror moments (and kills!), and comes packed with unique Dead Meat collectibles that you won’t find anywhere else.

James & Chelsea are joined by 45+ contributors, including John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness), Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise), and Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser franchise).

Each of the contributors gives their unique take on the genre and the films they were involved with. This is your opportunity to go behind the scenes with ‘80s icons to learn how your favorite ‘80s horror films were made.

Pre-order now (expected delivery: November 2019) to personalize your documentary with your name in the credits.

You will receive:

• The most comprehensive documentary on ‘80s Horror ever made, clocking in at more than 280 minutes (DVD or Blu-Ray) and featuring 45+ contributors.

• Exclusive In Search of Darkness: Dead Meat Collector’s Edition movie poster.

• Unique Dead Meat Pin – not available anywhere else.

• High-quality postcard featuring unique artwork created for In Search of Darkness by legendary ‘80s horror artist Graham Humphreys.

• Digital Download of the documentary.

The Dead Meat Collector’s Edition is only available until midnight Halloween and will never be streamed or put up for sale again. This is your one chance to purchase this documentary.

Here’s a few of our favorite moments from the documentary:

• John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness) describes how his dislike of the “greed is good” ethos of the ‘80s motivated him to create They Live, and how The Thing’s initial critical and financial failure led to him losing the director spot on Stephen King’s Firestarter.

• Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser Franchise) reveals insights into the shaping of his own iconic character, Pinhead, which he helped to shape alongside his former school chum Clive Barker. He declares, “Pinhead is a horror monster who would be perfectly at home at a garden party with Noel Coward and Oscar Wilde trading epithets.”

• Tom Atkins (Actor – The Fog, Halloween III, Night of the Creeps) reveals that director George A. Romero offered him any role he wanted in the horror anthology Creepshow. Despite this, he didn’t get his first choice. Find out what role he originally chose and how his second choice ended up making Stephen King very nervous.

• Heather Langenkamp (Actor - A Nightmare on Elm Street) details the “crazy day” on the Elm Street set filming her iconic bathtub scene with Freddy’s glove, plus the film that made her swear off watching horror.

• Keith David (Actor - The Thing, They Live) recalls the two-week prep and cinematic inspirations for his epic fight with Roddy Piper in They Live.

• Joe Dante (Director - The Howling, Gremlins) explains how Gremlins was originally a much darker film and why they scrapped the plan for the beloved Gizmo to become the evil Gremlin, Stripe.

• Barbara Crampton (Actor - Re-Animator, From Beyond) on cocaine-fuelled filmmaking and the use of nudity and violence to sell horror.

• Caroline Williams (Actor - Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) on having to do the “chainsaw dance” with no training and a live chainsaw, and that pivotal moment with Leatherface’s chainsaw between her legs.

• Greg Nicotero (SFX - Creepshow, Day of the Dead) pulls back the curtain on some of the era’s greatest SFX shots, including the use of rancid pig intestines on the Day of the Dead set.

• Jeffrey Combs (Actor - Re-Animator, From Beyond) on crossing the line of excess in horror and how he studied dead bodies in the morgue to prep for Re-Animator.

  • James and Chelsea are joined by a who’s who of ‘80s Horror royalty. Across the four hours (plus) runtime, you’ll hear from the largest cast of ‘80s horror legends ever assembled, representing nearly every top ‘80s horror film:

    • Tom Atkins (Actor – The Fog, Halloween III, Night of the Creeps)
    • Doug Bradley (Actor – Hellraiser Franchise)
    • Joe Bob Briggs (Film Critic/Writer, Host of The Last Drive-In With Joe Bob Briggs)
    • Darcy the Mail Girl (Cohost – The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs)
    • Lori Cardille (Actor – Day of the Dead)
    • John Carpenter (Director – The Fog, The Thing, They Live, Prince of Darkness)
    • Nick Castle (Actor – Halloween)
    • Larry Cohen (Writer/Director – It’s Alive, Q, The Stuff)
    • Jeffrey Combs (Actor – Re-Animator, From Beyond)
    • Barbara Crampton (Actor – Re-Animator, From Beyond, Chopping Mall)
    • Sean S. Cunningham (Director/Producer – Friday the 13th, House)
    • Joe Dante (Director – The Howling, Gremlins, The ‘Burbs)
    • Keith David (Actor – The Thing, They Live)
    • Katie Featherston (Actor – Paranormal Activity Franchise)
    • Mick Garris (Writer/Director – Critters 2, The Fly II)
    • Michael Gingold (Author and Former Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria)
    • Stuart Gordon (Director – Re-Animator, Dolls, From Beyond)
    • Andre Gower (Actor – The Monster Squad)
    • Spencer Hickman (Founder of Deathwaltz Records)
    • Kane Hodder (Actor/Stuntman – House I & II, Friday the 13th VII-X)
    • Tom Holland (Writer/Director – Psycho II, Fright Night, Child’s Play)
    • Graham Humphreys (Horror Poster Artist)
    • James A. Janisse (YouTube Creator/Host – Dead Meat)
    • Lloyd Kaufman (Producer/Director – The Toxic Avenger, Class of Nuke ‘Em High)
    • Eric Kurland (3-D Expert and Founder of 3-D Space)
    • Heather Langenkamp (Actor – A Nightmare on Elm Street Franchise)
    • Don Mancini (Writer/Director – Child’s Play, Cellar Dweller)
    • Harry Manfredini – Composer (Friday the 13th Franchise)
    • Kelli Maroney (Actor – Chopping Mall, Night of the Comet)
    • Robbi Morgan (Actor – Friday the 13th)
    • Bill Moseley (Actor – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
    • Greg Nicotero (SFX – Creepshow, Day of the Dead, Evil Dead II)
    • Phil Nobile Jr. (Editor-in-Chief of Fangoria)
    • Cassandra Peterson (Actor – Elvira: Mistress of the Dark)
    • Mike Redman (Musician/Music Producer – Deformer)
    • James Rolfe (YouTube Creator/Host – AVGN/Cinemassacre)
    • Ken Sagoes (Actor – Nightmare on Elm Street 3&4)
    • Ben Scrivens (Founder of Fright-Rags)
    • Mark Shostrom (Makeup Artist – Evil Dead II, Prince of Darkness, Phantasm II, Nightmare on Elm Street 2 & 3)
    • Corey Taylor (Musician/Lead Singer – Slipknot)
    • Cecil Trachenburg (YouTube Creator/Host – GoodBadFlicks)
    • Ryan Turek (VP of Film Development at Blumhouse Productions & Producer of Halloween 2018)
    • Caroline Williams (Actor – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2)
    • Alex Winter (Actor – The Lost Boys)
    • Heather Wixson (Managing Editor – Daily Dead)
    • Tom Woodruff Jr. (Special Effects – Pumpkinhead, The Monster Squad)
    • Brian Yuzna (Director/Producer – Society, Re-Animator, From Beyond)

Since its premiere, In Search of Darkness* has been getting some fantastic press. Here’s a few snippets from recent reviews:

"Compulsively watchable" - The Verge

"Absolutely captivating and everything I had been hoping for" - Nightmarish Conjurings

"An all-encompassing, delightfully spooky love letter to eighties horror" - Dread Central

"Guaranteed to be a documentary horror fans revisit time and time again" - Geeks of Doom

"A geeky and passionate tribute to American ‘80s horror films" - Sublime Horror

"Works great as a time-capsule film, cataloguing the best the decade had to offer and celebrating what made it such a special time in horror" - Film Pulse

"Thorough, affectionate, & endlessly entertaining" - The Spool

"A must-see, must-own documentary" - Saving Content

"A movie for the weirdos and misfits who have been obsessed with the darker side of things for as long as they can remember" - Goomba Stomp

"A towering testament to the love and passion inspired by ‘80s horror movies" - Boston Hassle

“A thoroughly entertaining documentary that provides a treasure trove of fun anecdotes and insightful analysis for hardened horror hounds” - New Horror Express

*Please note that these reviews were given for the Standard edition of In Search of Darkness - but we think you’ll enjoy your Dead Meat Collector’s Edition even more!

Can I Customize How My Name Appears In The Credits?

Yes. After the campaign is complete we will reach out to each buyer with a quick survey to check how they would like their name to appear in the credits. If you are purchasing the Collector’s Edition as a gift, you can choose to put the recipient’s name in the credits.

Do You Accept International Orders?

Yes. We offer free shipping worldwide to most countries, and accept most currencies through our secure payment processing system. Although payments are processed in US Dollars, you will see the equivalent charge in your currency on your bank or credit card statement.

When Will I Receive My Collector’s Edition?

We are manufacturing these sets to order. Manufacturing will begin mid-November and we aim to send copies out before the end of November 2019.

Will The Blu-Ray/DVD Be Region Free?

Yes, the Blu-ray/DVD will be region free

What Is Your Refund Policy?

We offer a full, no-questions asked refund up until the manufacturing date (mid-November). Because these items are limited edition and made-to-order, we are not offering refunds after this point apart for in cases of manufacturing defects.

If you have further issues, please contact us:
laura@creatorvc.com


CreatorVC is an independent producer of long-form factual entertainment. Our work includes In Search of the Last Action Heroes, In Search of Darkness, and the upcoming In Search of Tomorrow – a love letter to ‘80s Sci-Fi.

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CreatorVC is an independent producer of long-form factual entertainment. Our work includes In Search of the Last Action Heroes, In Search of Darkness, and the upcoming In Search of Tomorrow – a love letter to ‘80s Sci-Fi.

Privacy Policy  © 2019 CreatorVC Studios Inc