About half way through seems like just the right time for a cheap plug. It’s the reason we’re here. The Rave! I wrote this little horror story about six years ago. My very first one, too. I was so unsure about it that I had to attach a pen name to it … cause it sucked! However, the story itself, the concept, the premise, is something I think has potential, so I decided to re-animate it in the form of a visual novel. Picture it: a drug-fueled underground party in the abandoned abomination that once housed Detroit’s Packard Plant … with a cannibalistic madman lurking in the background. I just couldn’t let it die!   I talked about visual novels in videos and few other places, but what we basically have here is a book/novel with mostly still images, music and sound effects, packaged into an app that runs on virtually any device. This form of visual storytelling encourages interaction by allowing readers to get involved and make choices at various points, which is why...
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Horror, by nature, is pretty damn bonkers. I mean you got zombies, killer clowns from beyond the stars, and demons who just can’t be killed no matter how many pieces you chop their asses into. Still, there are some horror entries that go left considerably harder than others and the 1976 exploitation flick Island of Death is among them. This movie features a pair of lovers turned psychotic bible-thumping serial killers that make the iconic Mick and Mal look like Kermit and Ms. Piggy. It’s probably the craziest shit I’ve seen not named Chaos or Human Centipede. On top of that, it’s fuckin’ hilarious, which is always a good thing. If you haven’t seen it, and think you have the stomach for it, I highly recommend it. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)...
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