The Lavin Production Company (@TheLavProCo) is excited to announce that DEATH CHOICE: MOTEL MAYHEM, the second film from writer-director-editor Kate Lavin (TRAIL OF BLOOD ON THE TRAIL) will premier at Motor City Nightmares Film Festival April 23 at 11:30AM. Jeremy Friedrich (@jafredrix), the co-writer and producer, plans to attend the screening and host a short Q&A afterwards.
After a long day on the job, 3 construction workers, a hitchhiking hippie, and a psycho killer all meet up in a roadside motel. Once the welder-helmet wearing psycho shows up, all hell breaks loose and the blood doesn’t stop flowing. This video series is full of crazy violence, blood, wrenches, hammers, weed-wackers, laughs and lots of bad choices.
DEATH CHOICE:MOTEL MAYHEM is also available online right now as a free choose your own adventure style slasher video series. Watch the free interactive version at TheLavinProduction.wix.com/MotelMayhem
where you can choose to run away, grab a wrench, or fight to see what happens as a result. The 4 unique versions will shock you with dramatically different situations, kills, and endings. The festival version is one complete version of the story. Kate was inspired to create a choose your own adventure style horror movie to deliver something unique for the internet with the goal to push the medium’s interactivity and showcase a variety of wild kills with a small cast of actors.
DEATH CHOICE: MOTEL MAYHEM stars Jeff Bailey (@JeffBailey_), Drift Roberts (@DriftRoberts), Steve Katz (@snevie), Mike Schoepke, and David Stein. Jeff and Drift were memorable as the hilarious stoners in the zombie film TRAIL OF BLOOD ON THE TRAIL (TheLavinProduction.wix.com/TrailOfBlood).
Watch the free interactive version at TheLavinProduction.wix.com/MotelMayhem
“delivers something fresh, hip and entertaining, that leave viewers wanting to see more”
“The scene with the weed-wacker was badass and I was totally digging it. This one gets an A +.”
“watching “Motel Mayhem” was a roller coaster at of fun, comedy and terror. “
Reviews From Beyond – Billy Stamper