That’s right, I’ve got my hat in hand again, asking for your spare change. Rest assured though, unlike the heroine addict on the street, I am going to give you something fantastic in return, (not an STD filled blow job in the alley). My Iron Girl indiegogo campaign has been up for three days now and has already sold the most prized perks on offer, the costumes from the film.
But there are still some very cool perks on offer, all exclusive. Like a photo portfolio of Iron Girl in her tight costume showing great camel toe. Exclusive behind the scenes footage that will be pass word protected. And your own exclusive customized video, that’s right. You can send a message and Iron Girl will break the forth wall during the film to speak the message to you. I’t can be a very sexy and dirty message but we retain the right to edit the message just in case we get people being funny and ordering something weird or hate filled. Of course if you have concerns your message may be changed, feel free to send the message and we can review it and get back to you.
This is my third campaign to create a Super Heroine film. The first two campaigns failed miserably. The first was to create my epic “The Supervixens”. This was a cast of 12 female heroes and villains. It was far to ambitious and expensive and ultimately failed. My next campaign was for Thor vs Loki and had a modest amount of $2500. Again we failed to raise the money but because it was a short film with only two women, we decided to film it anyway. Although the brief nudity we had planned was removed. This film is free to view on youtube to show everyone the type of films we make.
Our latest campaign is asking for the bare bones amount to get the film made. Just $500. This will pay for the sexy girl playing Iron Girl and the visual effects, she fights a giant mutant hunting Sentinel. Here is hoping third times a charm.
So please check out the campaign and share it with people you might think will like it. And like the glassy eyed homeless addict on the end of my street keeps asking, “give me some money”.