28 Apr '15, 2pm

I Could've Thought of That!

I Could've Thought of That!

Chloe philippou is a quirky 22-year-old with cute Clubmaster glasses and a posh English accent. She works at an auto body shop, but her true passion is making movies. The problem is, they cost money. Her phone isn't filled with deep-pocketed producers, banks won't read screenplays, and she doesn't want to ask her mum and dad. So Philippou finds cash on Kickstarter.com. To make "Crazy Golf," a horror movie she credits as one of her early breakthroughs, she asked for 2,000 and raised 3,049. "I wanted a kick-ass female underdog main character and loads of blood," she says. "I wanted a film that would make people laugh and feel disgusted at the same time." It all starts rather nicely: A young, attractive couple goes on a date to a miniature golf course. They flirt and nervously laugh at one another's jokes, but there's a voodoo-induced snag after the boyfriend realizes he has ...

Full article: http://www.golfdigest.com/magazine/2015-05/kickstarter-go...

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