A disguised secret tainted the world, while a revolution of killers had arised, but soon failed. Centuries later, a believer,, known as queen for the revolutioners, formed a family, which she planned to use for the revolution's cause. She became a grim mother that obsessed over torturing her children; she wanted to watch the world burn. Mathias, one of her sons, struggled the most through this tortures. Unconsciously he followed his mother steps, thinking it was love, he became a psychopath, but then it betrayed him. His fate then shows him that the revolution was always meant to happen. And so it begins. The rise of a king.
Roses are red. Violets are blue. I Love you, But so does the killer following you. ........................................................................... Violina is your regular college girl who dutifully studies and works so that she could care for her younger brother and sister after her parents died in a car crash five years ago. As her major being psychology, Violina has always been interested in human behavior. One day the most popular guy on campus, Hamlin, approaches her and asks her out. Surprised, Violina declines, as she is busy with work and studying. After the rejection, Hamlin continues to ask her out everyday in hopes of her accepting. Violina then refuses day after day. After Hamlin seems to finally give up, Violina begins to receive flowers every morning from him. As she ignores him, Hamlin begins to obsessively follow her, and text her frantically in hopes of seeing her. While eating dinner one night, Violina notices an increased number of murders in her neighborhood. At first she dismisses this and warns her siblings, but suddenly an article comes out stating that the killer would send flowers to his victims a couple days before striking. Violina begins to receive more flowers with each passing day as dread starts to fill her. Is Hamlin the said killer? Or is there someone else after Violina? *This is a psychological-thriller with twists and turns in every corner!*
When his father runs out of time to pay his dealer back for his supply drugs, the powerful man is furious. So instead of going after the father, he goes after something, or someone, that belongs to him: His son. And from there, an obsession grows. But there’s more to the boy than meets the eye, and this obsession may lead to his downfall.
Warning: Contains Verbose Sex, Few Verbose Gore, Offensive Behaviors and Psychopathy* A Song was once song by her mother, emerges slowly upon the runaway, Shane meeting a naked man by the lake, David. She thought she might be dreaming, but it was so true. But There is something even more here in Jasper,Alberta...Somethings fishy, Even Shane can't put her finger on, despite the werewolf, the half humans and shapeshifters... something is even more ..... mysterious. Especially the Song.
The apocalypse bears no warning and brings all souls' lament. A shock to all - the rise of the dead. You cannot escape the clutches of evil, your actions must not be feeble. You won't live if you try to survive, the dead rule this apocalyptic vibe. ‘Kill or die’ that’s the motto, follow for you’re no Frodo. Nothing will be in order, and everything’s in a rush. Don’t spare those lost, for they’re far from salvation, far from the Devil’s fascination. Lose your sanity to escape sweet death with no penalty. Nothing will give back the world you’ve once lived in, for there is no reverse button in this unknown world you’re now in. Behold a wicked story of a certain group of friends, all who suffer from pain that lasts. It all starts with a nightmare triggered by the past. Beware their path, for they have lost humanity. Nothing passes through their impeccable herd - for once upon a time they were baby birds. Beware their path, say those who dared, for they've seen the deepest depth of hell and returned. An apocalypse with a twist, cause Kristina's a psychotic bitch. Cover belongs to its rightful owners. Some scenes may be triggering. Read at your own risk.
If I say [movie - 2D/3D animation] it means this should be done in either 2D or 3D animation while projected from a projector onto a closed curtain or whatever can show it. If the Script says [play] that means it can be done in a play with no harm done, [movie - 2D/3D animation] is also for situations where it would make the play too long because it would require breaks to set up scenes, so the scene may be longer in the video than it should be considering you don't need it anymore. It's to keep actors from going through acting out the serious issues the characters go through. Put an acrylic plastic or glass block in front of the stage make it so big it separates the actors from the audience so the audience doesn't hurt them if they don't like them. I trust any transparent plastic but Acrylic is very strong. I did this because I cared about the children actors and adults, too. If 2D, it's for fun scenes and like a Proud Family Disney thing because the story will contain elements of comedy, if 3D, I'd suggest a Detroit: Become Human game look.