Project Hope – Crypt TV
- Published on Wednesday, 23 December 2015 19:48
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CryptTV is bringing horror fans a big dose of anti yuletide content this week starting with the release of Project Hope from director Chelsea Stardust. The digital genre network co-founded by Hostel and The Green Inferno director Eli Roth has grown to nearly 400,000 fans on Facebook by releasing original short form scares and is looking to spread holiday cheer to horror fans with a bloody Christmas week, kicked off by Project Hope.
Project Hope takes place in an unknown blood drive center as a voice on the radio reminds us that everyone has been hit hard by recent tragedies and we all need to donate to keep Hope alive. But we soon find out that keeping Hope alive entails something particularly sinister. Do you really know where your donated blood is going?
Project Hope marks Stardust’s second work with CryptTV, who also count Blumhouse Productions as a strategic partner, after she directed and wrote Under the Bed, an installment in CryptTV’s Urban Legend series with Mashable.
“I’ve always loved holiday themed horror; Black Christmas, Gremlins & Silent Night Deadly Night to name a few,” Stardust said. “They become part of your holiday viewing rotations. I also think there is a great online market for short Horror content and I wanted to be a part of that.”