If you're as big of a fan of the Tim Burton classic Beetlejuice as this guy, then you'll be battling all the Sandworms to get at this upcoming feature-length documentary film entitled: Documentary For The Recently Deceased: The Making of Beetlejuice.
The retrospective documentary is heading our way from The Goldbergs creator Adam F. Goldberg, who has teamed with French filmmaker Fred China, and producer Lee Leshen to bring us all the behind-the-scenes shenanigans. We all know from his recent ability to snag Robert Englund to return as Freddy for an episode of The Goldbergs that Adam F. Goldberg is a horror fan, but Leshen is no stranger to these retrospective-parts either. The man had a hand in the making of such recent classics of the retrospective subgenre such as Back in Time, which was about the Back to the Future trilogy, and Ghostheads, which was (obviously?) centered around the rabid fandom of Dan Aykroyd and Ivan Reitman's 1984 horror-comedy classic Ghostbusters.
The crew has officially labeled themselves, "The Beetle-Team" and are proud to launch a new crowdfunding campaign to help make the documentary. The film will cover all the aspects of the Beetlejuice production: from filming in East Corinth, Vermont, to the stop-motion and special effects work, as well as a series of exclusive interviews and rare behind the scenes archives acquired by the director Fred China over the years.
You can check out the documentary's teaser trailer below. After that, you can head on over to the film's Kickstarter to throw a few bucks the filmmakers' way, and snag tons of cool perks, including the finished film on Blu-ray. The estimated release date is 2020.