Danny Trejo is spreading El Terror…
Digital studio Fullscreen and Eli Roth’s horror platform Crypt TV are on a mission to find the next great horror series, with the 72-year-old Mexican American actor helping out.
Fullscreen and Crypt TV have launched El Terror, a filmmaking competition that will award a series deal to its winning creative team.
The rules for El Terror are simple: Potential entrants can head over to the contest’s official website, where they’ll be invited to submit a single 30-second clip that shows off the concept for their most terrifying, bone-chilling web series idea. Submissions will be accepted until September 1st, at which point the contest’s three celebrity judges — Roth, Trejo, and social media star Julia Kelly — will choose 10 finalists, all of whom will develop “series bibles” alongside Crypt TV.
Ultimately, a winner will be selected, and their series will be developed for distribution on the recently-launched fullscreen streaming video service.
“Crypt TV has been a fantastic partner for Fullscreen, and we couldn’t be more aligned with our goal to tell innovative stories that will scare the cases off our viewers’ phones,” said Fullscreen VP of scripted development Polly Auritt in a press release. “Fullscreen aims to be the go to destination for young creators, and can’t wait to tap into Crypt TV’s network to help identify the next great horror mastermind.”
Official rules for El Terror can be found on the contest’s website.