Four Eyed Monsters Is Trying to Make Money by Giving Their Movie Away

Got 71 minutes? Neither do I right now, but for 1 week, you can watch the entire movie for free on YouTube. The creators of this movie are using the power of social media to promote their film, meet future colaborators, encourage reviews, and try to get out of debt. So far over 30,000 people have watched it in less than 24 hours, and they’ve raised over 3,500 bucks thanks to spout.com, a new movie review site that’s paying them a dollar for each new registrant. But more on this later, go watch it!

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