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Bold new film wants to put your name in its credits

Ani Juva, director, and Molotov Mitchell, executive producer, “Gates of Hell”

Daring. Funny. Edgy. Controversial. And willing to punch liberals right where it hurts.

Molotov Mitchell’s weekly video columns both tickle the funny bone and ruffle feathers, but his newest project plans to take its bold message to the streets on a 20-city tour across the U.S.

Mitchell’s Illuminati Pictures has teamed with Finnish filmmaker Ani Juva to create “Gates of Hell,” a shocking new movie that projects into a possible near future the rage of America’s black community after realizing how its children have been exterminated by abortion.

“Three years in the making, ‘Gates of Hell’ is a documentary from the year 2016 that chronicles the crimes of a band of domestic terrorists known as the Zulu 9,” the film’s website explains. “Ani Juva travels to the United States to better understand the mysterious black-power assassins, the bizarre eugenics conspiracy theory that drove them to commit extreme acts of violence and how America’s political landscape was transformed forever. Blending real history and real public figures with a fictitious (yet plausible) future, it is safe to say that you have never seen a film like ‘Gates of Hell.'”

And now, through a web service called MegaSuperGood.com, Illuminati Pictures is giving everyday Americans the opportunity to be joint producers of the film, to get their hands on props from the film and other bonus packages and even to get their names in the film’s credits.

The introduction and movie trailer below presents a closer look at the “Gates of Hell” project:

By listing the film’s production with MegaSuperGood.com, the makers of “Gates of Hell” are inviting supporters to get on board with an ambitious goal:

“‘Gates of Hell’ is in the final stages of post-production,” the filmmakers explain. “Our goal is to screen the film in 20 cities across the country (as yet to be determined). We’re also setting up limited, producer-only online content.

“In order to accomplish all of that, we’ll need to rent theaters, release promotional materials, web teasers, etc., which will cost us roughly $100,000,” the film’s website states. “We wanted to include fans in the fund raising process and the fan-based, decentralized qualities of MegaSuperGood seemed like the perfect fit!”

How does that work?

Illuminati Pictures is listed as the “creator” of the project, and you have the opportunity to become a “producer.”

The MegaSuperGood website explains: “Creators present projects through the MegaSuperGood website for up to 90 days, during which time producers may pledge money toward the project’s fundraising goal. If the financial goal is met by the end of the fundraising period, the pledged money is then charged to the producers’ credit card accounts and given to the creator (after credit-card processing fees and MSG’s 5-percent fee have been deducted from the total amount raised). If the monetary goal has not been met by the end of the fundraising period, no charges will be made to any of the producers’ credit card accounts and the project creator will not receive any funds.”

Mitchell and Illuminati Pictures, therefore, now have less than three months to raise pledges toward their goal of $100,000 and a 20-city theatrical tour for “Gates of Hell.”

“After all of the funds are raised, we’ll let you know all of the theater locations first, so you can get your tickets before anyone else,” the filmmakers promise. “And when it screens, bring your friends! It’ll be your \name in the credits, after all! Enjoy it!

“Also, don’t forget to check out the awesome goodies we’ve got for producers: Your name in the credits! Signed comic book art! Signed, limited-run DVD’s! Props and weapons used in the production, like a Zulu 9 action figure or Stack’s tactical shotgun! Even an all-expense-paid trip to the world premier of ‘Gates of Hell,'” they state.

“But first,” the filmmakers request. “pledge an amount and help us spread the word. Let’s make some serious art together!”

Learn more about the project at the film’s website and check out all of Molotov Mitchell’s videos in his WND archive!