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Rob Zombie is crowdfunding his new killer clown movie, '31'

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Ever want to be in a killer clown film? Didn’t think so. Ever want to produce one? Well, either way, Rob Zombie is looking for you.

The horror auteur is using the crowdfunding site FanBacked for his newest film, 31. The story: Five random people are kidnapped and held hostage in a place called Murder World in the five days leading up to Halloween. To survive, they have 12 hours to kill their terrifying clown foes in a game called 31.

For the next 60 days, fans who pledge will be rewarded anything from a signed DVD ($50) to an original Rob Zombie clown painting ($2,500). Or, for $5,000, you can get some clown paint on yourself and appear as a film extra. So far, however, only one person has claimed the $300 reward of having Zombie follow them on Twitter. According to an interview with Rolling Stone, no cast has been set. Location scouting begins next week.

Originally posted July 31 2014 — 7:04 PM EDT

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