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Snippet of a promo video for "The Latchkeys", an animated project that is the brainchild of artist @mythallica, who is currently running a Kickstarter to help fund this endeavour.
DESCRIPTION: When the children of Keygen Cove find themselves home alone without parental supervision, strange things begin to happen. A supernatural phenomenon coined “The Homeunculus Effect” enables the houses to come to life in ways that directly reflect whatever the children imagine. The presence of an adult gives off a pheromone that suppresses the supernatural energies of the home. But in their absence, the houses take on an entirely different form. From vast oceans filled with pirates, to intergalactic battles in deep space; the possibilities are limitless. However, should the children’s imaginations get out of control and negatively affect what the houses create, the Latchkeys are there to help.
Be sure to follow @mythallica and support his campaign.
Nubiamancy is a horror, fantasy, and science fiction social media platform, and soon-to-be film production company. Watch the video link at the top of the page to learn more
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