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Friday, January 29, 2016

Help Kickstart NIGHTSHADOW And Cross The Line's Film And Comic Venture!

Provided that you're in tune with the Monday night Hit List every week or if you're subscribe to mulitfaceted filmmaker Logan Cross's Cross The Line, L.L.C. YouTube channel, chances are you might have come across his latest proof-of-concept, The Hunters: Betrayal. Cross and his cast and crew spent four hours rehearsing and seven hours filming the project, thus executing it into the shortfilm splendor you can now see at the bottom of this page, in case you missed it the first time around.

Bearing this in mind, their efforts here aren't for naught with prospects now in their favor thanks to investors who have lined-up to fund Cross's latest vigilante action thriller, Nightshadow, with a story and a production formula centric to strong female figures among a diverse cast of performers. So what's the scoop? Well, the film is in pre-production, and with allocation of funding from investors slated for much later during production, Logan and his team at Cross The Line, LLC are gonna need your help for the next three weeks, starting now.

A new Kickstarter has been initiated in order to acquire the bare minimum of up to $30,000 in order to help pay for the innumerate costumes and custom outfits for the cast and stunt performers, and necessary weapons and other props they're now in demand for. In addition, extra funds will further go to Cross The Line Comics, L.L.C., through which they aim to conceive an original comic book universe of their own not entirely unlike Marvel and DC, but from the ground-up.

The team have put together a well thought-out, intricate and detailed pitch package on their Kickstarter campaign page with various images and videos to showcase their visual credentials, and personally, I'd be lying if I said I wasn't impressed, especially after The Hunters: Betrayal. Martial Arts History Museum Honor Award recipient Mario Rocha coordinated the action and he's done some impressive work I've spotted online over the years that I think anyone would want to see on a feature-length level.

Here's the shortfilm again for your viewing pleasure below, and for all other questions and answers, veer over to the Kickstarter page to learn all you need in order to help contribute to this amazing campaign; Don't forget to scroll down to the video where they've recorded a video specifically aimed at sharing what perks you'll earn for your generosity.

Pro-Tip: If I were you, I would totally do it for the Yee-Haw!. I'm just sayin.


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    1. Now now, don't get jealous or hateful

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  2. Hi,

    I'm the owner of Cross the Line, LLC. It's definitely not a scam. I can tell you that our team would not put as much effort as you see in just the videos alone let alone paying to commission artwork for our new company division, Cross the Line Comics. This campaign is about awareness for the upcoming film and comic book company as much as it is a campaign to help fund the first set of costumes to keep us on track. If it were a scam, it would be a very expensive, elaborate ploy for sure! :)

    Logan Cross
    Cross the Line, LLC
    www.NightshadowMovie.com

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