Horror Equity Fund disrupts horror entertainment financing

Los Angeles, CA–Investing in the entertainment industry can be scary, but Horror Equity Fund attempts to lessen the fear and mitigate the risk with its proprietary evaluation process.

Strategically positioned in an $8 billion domestic industry, not including revenue from video games, apps, graphic novels, and events, Horror Equity Fund’s professionals focus solely on horror entertainment utilizing a combination of potential client investment and third party equity investment. Horror Equity Fund “reverse-engineers” the most promising projects by first consulting with distributors and potentially attracting distribution before any project is financed.

Horror Equity Fund is not a production company. From micro-budgeted films, to theatrical features; inclusive of the latest VR or AR video game; from that special, targeted collectible collection, to a collection of short stories long forgotten – Horror Equity Fund will provide the most compliant and transparent platform for investors to find, review, consider and support horror-centric projects.

Investors in Horror Equity Fund, Inc. participate in a cross-collateralized, diversified portfolio that includes films, as well as video games, apps, and other “horror-centric” entertainment properties.

Horror Equity Fund is one of the companies showcased on Crowdfunder.com’s Regulation D platform. It is approved to launch soon on StartEngine.com, a platform dedicated to showcasing companies that wish to solicit interest from prospective investors in their Tier II Regulation A+ offerings, pursuant to Rule 225. This new regulation allows companies to “test the waters” with prospective investors at an early stage and is possible because of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Regulation A+.

“Horror Equity Fund’s ‘Supermarket of Horror’ is the place where horror fans and investors can find a wide array of projects in which to invest. This includes all things horror such as films, television, graphic novels, video games, memorabilia, events, services, etc.,” explained Marlon Schulman, Horror Equity Fund’s founder and CEO.

“Horror Equity Fund is planning to launch an equity crowdfunding campaign on the StartEngine platform. We are looking forward to posting one of the first offerings in the entertainment industry under the new SEC rules that allow everyone to get an equity stake in innovative entertainment companies,” noted Ron Miller, CEO of StartEngine.

Learn more at www.horrorequityfund.com and Crowdfunder.com/HorrorEquityFund.

Comments

  • mike802

    This could be pretty cool. I know Y-Combinator had a lot of success with similar technology (especially since their purchase of hackernews). I think that it would be interesting to see if any universities would be willing to mention this project in some way. I’m not sure if this would be low-budget, or if that would bring in too much attention.

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