Cinema's Fringes - Online Retro Shopping Mall

by Evan Popplestone in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

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Read the film review, then order the Blu-Ray! Stream it online! Buy the T-Shirt! Purchase some fan artwork!

by Evan Popplestone in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

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This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

A link to your movie blog

This reward is available for anyone who pledges £10 or more. If you enjoy blogging about movies or posting about them on social media, I will put up a link to your blog or account on my site alongside your own name/page or blog name. I will also categorise your page so, for example, if you are a horror buff I will put you under the horror section.

£20 or more

A photographic print for one of a choice of films

A random 10 people who pledge £20 or more will win a beautiful photographic print of artwork inspired by one of the following films or franchises: Blade Runner, North by Northwest, James Bond, Star Wars

£25 or more

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I will review a movie of your choice

For the first 25 people who pledge £25 or more, I will review a movie you choose provided that: 1. I haven't reviewed it before AND 2. It is easily available for viewing in the UK. You will be thanked on the review as a patron of the site.

£40 or more

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I will create a film article of your choice

For the first 10 people who pledge £40, I will create a film article of your choice. For example, this could take the form of a look at a specific subgenre or niche of cinema, or a discussion of a director or actor. Your name will be credited with thanks on the article.

£100 or more

Business gets first month commission free!

If you are a business with film-related wares to sell, If you pledge £100 or more I will give you the first month of advertising at Retro Shopping Mall commission-free.

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