HorrorPR — PR Services for Horror Creators

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I’ve been working really hard on creating and preparing HorrorPR for launch. In a nutshell, the project is all about greatly increasing the ease in which horror creators and interested media can get what they need from one another, all for free on the HorrorPR platform. Beyond that, I’m offering many paid services for those creators that need a lot of extra help, and at least have a modest budget set aside.

You focus on creating; we focus on everything else.

And I really do aim to be an all-in-one solution for horror creators to focus on their craft and have me in their corner for the tedium of other things that are pretty much mandatory in the modern world of art (that is, if you want people to actually experience it): a website, social media, marketing, media coverage, etc.

I realize I’m not exactly doing anything original or reinventing the wheel here. You could go outside, throw a rock, and probably hit someone who’s had the same idea or created something similar. But, I think I might be able to bring something fresh to the table, having run HL for nearly a decade and being one hell of a weirdo geek.

My head and heart have always been leaning in this direction with the free and cheap options we offer to help creators promote. This is perhaps just the inevitable conclusion of where I was heading with all that.

While I do indeed plan on making HorrorPR a more full-fledged effort where I actually, possibly, maybe make some money to be able to afford to do more cool stuff, I realize I’m just a small fish in a very big pond. So, at first, I’m willing to test the waters with some creators who perhaps have little-to-no funding beyond what they put into the product, to give me a chance.


Filmmakers, video game developers, writers…

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And if anything about HorrorPR sucks or doesn’t make sense, please leave me feedback below. This has just launched and is somewhat of an experiment, so there’s plenty of room for improvement, new features, and new methodologies to make life easier for both creators and media in the horror community.

Thank you!

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