Brand-new interactive Horror Webseries: “Good Bye, Nikki”

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In September 2017, the first act of Good Bye, Nikki was released, as an introduction to the horror webseries where audiences met a circle of friends left behind by the mysterious “Nikki”. A young woman named Amber buys Nikki’s camera online, but finds footage on it that shows how horrible Nikki’s friends were to her—and that something may have happened to her. Now, the audience has a chance to get revenge on the social-media-obsessed group of Los Angeles wannabes, as they vote for Nikki’s next victim. This interactive horror webseries gives users a chance to change the overall outcome of the series, even to the point where they will be picking the final survivor. The first victim will be claimed on Halloween, so stay tuned and subscribe!


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A little more about the creator:

“I was born in Oakland, CA, and started writing poetry and short stories when I was eight years old. I have always had a fantastical imagination and painfully vivid nightmares, which paired with a love of horror films have led me down a path to find what it is that truly terrifies us. The prequel to the Good Bye, Nikki webseries is a short film of the same name released in October 2016. The Good Bye, Nikki film was not written as a typical horror film, but as an expression of the every day torment I was experiencing in my life at that time. I wanted to convey my biggest fear: What if I disappeared and no one noticed?”

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Ash Hamilton is not only the owner of, but also one of its major contributors. A long time horror movie enthusiast, Ash has lent his personality to radio and television and continues to support his favorite genre through his writing and art. He also loves beef jerky and puppies... and low-grade street-quality hallucinogens.

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