Popular “Horror Society” Site Runs Story on The Nursery

The popular online horror site Horror Society has picked up the story of The Nursery‘s amazing fan support.

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According to the story:

Following a successful crowdfunding campaign that ended earlier this month, the in-development indie horror film The Nursery has grown its social fan base in unprecedented fashion, swelling  to more than 35,000 Facebook fans after only a few months of project development.

“Without ‘name’ talent or a brand-name franchise, this level of social media support and following is flat-out unprecedented for an indie horror feature like this!” noted co-executive producer and co-director Christopher Micklos.

“We’ve been blown away by the level of fan support already, before we’ve even shot a minute of the film,” added co-executive producer and co-director Jay Sapiro.  “To have a fan base this big this early gives us a huge boost…knowing that we have such an engaged, built-in audience already.”

There is currently no other indie horror film (a budget of less than $5 million) listed on IMDB as either in-development, in pre-production, in production, or in post-production that has a larger or more engaged fan following than The Nursery.

With a huge horror fan readership globally and 630,000 Facebook fans alone, the coverage in Horror Society exposes The Nursery to a whole new audience worldwide! Along with recent coverage in Horrornews.net and Pophorror.com, The Nursery is receiving amazing early coverage…before the cameras even start rolling!

Click to read the full story at Horror Society here!

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