Spotlight On: Slashvivor! by Stephen Kozeniewski & Stevie Kopas

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Why? Because I enjoyed Kozeniewski's Braineater Jones so very much and this one sounds like a heck of a lot of fun!

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Slashvivor! 
by Stephen Kozeniewski & Stevie Kopas

Try Not to Die

TV-XXX (Salty language, Sexual innuendo, Vomit-inducing ultraviolence)

TBA. Pirate transmission.

North America's number one reality television show returns with instant fan favorite Dawn Churchill, a plucky, hometown girl from the irradiated ruins of the former United States. Will she survive the night in the electrified, booby-trapped arena or will one of the serial killers pitted against her come out on top?

Returning slashers include evil animatronic Abraham Lincoln, eight-year-old “Daughter of the Devil” Abadonna, and all-time undefeated champion Denney the Killer Clown. (Plus surprise appearances by mad surgeon Doctor Feelbad, silver-tongued “Charming” Charlie Whitmore, and steel-clawed firebrand Razortooth.)

A night of chills, thrills, and endless buckets of blood. A must-see for Dawn’s innovative use of a shotgun alone. Fun for the whole family!

Host: Mark Winters
Producers: Marisol Martinez, Amy Green, Jacob Graves, Derron James 

Comments

  1. Sounds interesting. I almost thought it was a show and not a book. Love the concept.

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  2. This sounds like a lot of fun!

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  3. I so much love that creepy Nosferatu clip-it always gives me the creeps! I love these twisted gameshow type plots...might be worth checking out!

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  4. For some reason I thought this was a podcast/audiobook with a different cast of characters lo!! It sounds sooo cool!

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  5. "Salty language, Sexual innuendo, Vomit-inducing ultraviolence"

    How could I pass that up? ;)

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  6. Like Carole - I thought it was a book. I'll have to check it out!

    For What It's Worth

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