Chilling

A new home for horror: where users & creators interact to create quality content

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Security Type
Crowd SAFE
Min Investment
$150
Location
CARY, NC
Offering Date
August 19, 2022
Expected Close Date
February 28, 2023
Amount Raised
$130,720
Target Raise
$25K-$1M
No. Investors
136
Security Price
$1
Number of Employees
0
Cash
$18,763
Revenue
$103,034
Short Term Debt
$18,861
Cost of Goods
$49,447
Long Term Debt
$22,532
Net Income
$-15,310

Company Description

Chilling gives independent creators a platform to share content and compete against studios that create generic material just to hit metrics and sell tickets.

Perks

Invest
$500
Receive
Beta Access
Limited Edition Chilling Sticker
Handwritten Thank You from the Founders

Invest
$1,000
Receive
All the Above
Limited Investor Edition Chilling T-Shirt
Virtual Invite to Chilling Annual Meeting

Invest
$2,500
Receive
All the Above
Name as the Main Character of a Chilling Original Story

Invest
$5,000
Receive
All the Above
Name as the Main Character of a Chilling Original Short Film

Invest
$10,000
Receive
All the Above
Producer Credit in Chilling Feature Film
Life Time Access to Chilling Premium

Invest
$25,000
Receive
All the Above
Private Screening of First Chilling Original Feature

Invest
$50,000
Receive
All the Above
Seat on the Chilling Advisory Board (2-Year Term)
Invite and All Expenses Paid to Chilling Annual Retreat
Limited (10 left of 10)

Key Deal Facts

Nearly $500K in annual recurring revenue; revenues projected to 3X by 2023
13,000+ monthly subscribers & 160,000+ user accounts
Co-founder's horror-centric YouTube channel boasts 350K+ subscribers
Advised by Hollywood veteran Jamie Kennedy of Scream and Tremors fame
74% free trial conversion rate; 85% monthly retention rate
Featured in Bloody Disgusting and Scream Magazine
Proud graduates of Newchip’s Pre-Seed Accelerator Program

Security Description

An equity crowdfunding specific version of a SAFE used by crowdfunding portal Republic. Upon conversion (if and when that happens), investors may receive special shares with limited rights that do not show up on a company’s cap table. The issuer may roll over and not convert shares at the next financing round causing investors to lose out on some upside.

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