Announced: Jed Brian’s ‘Trick Not Treat’ Will Be One Of The First NFT Horror Films!

NFT—or non-fungible tokens—are being touted as the next big thing in the world of cryptocurrency. You might have heard about pieces of art being turned into NFTs. Now we’re hearing that, not only will stationary pictures be used, there’s going to be a horror short made into one! It’s called Trick Not Treat and it’s coming to us from Lawford County Productions and Terror Cards. Read on for more information!

From the press release:

Lawford County Productions and Terror Cards announces the release of Trick Not Treat one of the first ever horror films created specifically to be an NFT (Non-Fungible Token). Trick Not Treat has a total runtime of 4 minutes and 55 seconds and is powered by the Wax cryptocurrency on the AtomicHub website.

Trick Not Treat was written and directed by Jed Brian (Unlisted Owner, 13 Slays Till X-Mas 2020 – PopHorror review) and produced by Previn Wong of the horror digital trading card app, Terror Cards. The film stars Gil T. Wilson as Jack, Christine Jones as Sally and Adam Gard as the Trick or Treater. Derek Huey (Mrs. Claus, Teacher Shortage PopHorror review) was the  Director of Photography for the project.

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Behind the scenes on ‘Trick Not Treat’

Writer/Director Jed Brian said:

“With crypto being the currency of the future, we are so excited to have had  one the first horror films to be made specifically for the intention of being an NFT. We are excited to see where this journey takes us!” 

The Wax blockchain was founded in 2017.  It has a total supply of 3 billion.  It is used to power e-commerce transactions. Wax has been added to major exchanges like Binance in recent months and saw its price triple in August 2021. AtomicHub is a Decentralized Application (DApp) and the leading marketplace for wax powered NFTs. Also included in the release are NFT backed film memorabilia featuring signature and costume cards of the actors in the film. Grab your copy of the film and memorabilia today!

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Behind the scenes on ‘Trick Not Treat’

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