You can help crowdfund this Beetlejuice documentary

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Aug 8, 2017

Tim Burton has been talking about a sequel to the 1988 movie Beetlejuice since 2012, but so far, no movie has materialized. We even tried saying “Beetlejuice 2” three times, then a whole bunch of times. But if this Indiegogo campaign is funded, fans may be able to get some new Beetle-content in Documentary for the Recently Deceased.

Named after the in-film how-to guide Handbook for the Recently Deceased, this documentary will include set photos, original storyboards, and special effects tests from the original film. Even better, fans will get to see deleted scenes and an alternative ending.

But that only happens if it’s funded. At the time of this writing, it has over $4,000, but it needs $23,000 for show time. Crowdfunders who spend a few bucks can earn patches and digital downloads, while big spenders get producer credits.

Check out the campaign video, and while you're at it, toss in a few bucks. It would make my millennium. 

(Via Bleeding Cool)