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  1. The kind of modern response our marketing team is looking for. You’ve inspired a new commercial! Well, you and OK Soda. https://youtu.be/U5_MuBQDy44
  2. Okay, so back with the second part! Let me know what you think! Scarezones and the final house next time. Thanks to Fear2010 and Twilight59 for your ideas! Time Terror Wolfstock - Turn out, tune in, and drop out…just don’t forget you may find some groovy ghoulies turning the mud pit into a monster mash. You happen upon a music festival in Wolves’ Hollow, Texas. The lineup isn’t quite Woodstock, but an up-and-coming psychedelic rock group, Bad Moon Rising, makes you pull over and sit a spell. Lost in plaintive howls and mind-blowing guitar solos, you hardly realize that night has fallen over the desert. The crowd of sexy hippies and the band on stage transform into beasts, and all seems like a bad trip…until a lost soul like you gets his arm chopped off. Now, it’s feeding time, and the tourists are supper. Soundtrack: Bad Moon Rising - Creedence Clearwater Revival Help! - The Beatles Summer in the City - The Lovin’ Spoonful Born to be Wild - Steppenwolf For What It’s Worth - Buffalo Springfield The Director: First Cut - After months of rehearsals and solo table reads, Paulo Ravinsky is ready to make his American debut… as the director. You’ve initially heard the rumors about a suspicious character lurking in the East Village. Then, you found a name: Paulo Ravinsky, a film student on foreign exchange. Chief made your case top priority, so when you get an address, you leave without a word, confident you don’t need to back up to subdue some malnourished, deluded creep from Yugoslavia or wherever. But ahead of you is a blackout. The street is filled with kids openings hydrants, people looting ATMs and shops, and savage, bloody beatdowns taking place. The apartment building Paulo lives in is void of human life, either due to the rioting, or one of the rickety elevators that you take up. The way to Paulo is ominously dark and you finally find him, you see the blackout end and the true darkness unleashed. Soundtrack: Paranoid - Black Sabbath Night of the Living Dead - Misfits Cherry Bomb - The Runaways Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield Psycho Killer - Talking Heads Teen Dancerama - Every teenager in Wyandot County, Ohio, wants to be on WKNB’s Teen Dancerama. It’s all good, wholesome, clean fun - nothing like D&D, heavy metal, or those nasty horror films the station used to air. The host, Lance Kaye, is warm…and very familiar. The current rash of youth crimes can’t possibly be related. But, all too late, the adult residents of Carey find themselves enraptured in horror, unable to leave their dens, as their children wreak havoc and take no prisoners in an attempt to build their own teenage wasteland. Soundtrack: Hangin’ Tough - New Kids on the Block On Our Own - Bobby Brown The Killing Moon - Echo & the Bunnymen Bad Boys - Wham! I Think We’re Alone Now - Tiffany Base - It’s hot, it’s edgy, it’s radical! It’s totally extreme, in-your-face, it’s got attitude! It’s Base! The newest energy drink is Base, a neon green delicacy known for its sugary sweet lemon-lime flavor and the energy boosts it provides, far beyond that of Jolt and Josta. In fact, health risks are disregarded as sports teams and athletes worldwide fight to be sponsored by Base. Musicians appear in countless advertisements. But the Olympics brings horrific things to light. Team members turn on each other in competitive rage. Orgies (clothed writhing, to keep it PG-13) nearly break out on the field. Confessions of doping are shouted to the heavens. Outside the arena, in the streets of America, everyone begins fulfilling their basest instincts, all self-control lost. Anarchy reigns throughout the world as uninfected grunge rockers, gangster rappers and other corporate rebels hide in a outwardly abandoned mansion…until a massive horde of very infected and very avid fans find them. Travel through the mansion’s halls as you witness the ultimate meet-and-greet gone horribly wrong. Soundtrack: Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana Guilty Conscience - Eminem ft. Dr. Dre Boys & Girls - Blur (You Drive Me) Crazy (The Stop! Remix) - Britney Spears When the Lights Go Out - Five RUN! - The reality TV offering du jour is Run!, a show where D-list celebrities go on grand scale scavenger cities in world cities with ridiculous time limits. This evening’s edition is a bit more…cramped. A new host named Eddie has replaced the ubiquitous overgelled pretty boy, and the hunt is on in a warehouse. The difference is that Eddie’s releasing the hounds…and his ire. Pooki, India Tilton, Davy Dave, Damon Fowl, and Lila Frank have one objective…when the entitled scavengers become the hunted, Run! becomes RUN! Soundtrack: Everywhere I Go - Hollywood Undead Feel Good Inc. - Gorillaz Kill You - Eminem Waidmanns Heil - Rammstein Lapdance - N.E.R.D.
  3. This looks just like the Flash site from the 2000s where you’d get info for all the houses!
  4. Okay, updated for a new CoD house and I’m working on a description for Wolfstock, as well as weighing the merits of house vs. scarezone for the latter. I’m thinking the E.T. queue as a hypothetical staging area, or maybe a miniseries of tents on a soundstage with astroturfing.
  5. Maybe rectangular, but very long? Not very aquatic, but more humanoid to go with those features, which could be more jarring. There was this book from my childhood with scary stories for early readers, including one called The Teeth, and that image stuck with me (of course it was Alvin Schwartz). https://images.app.goo.gl/JBg2fNkY7xkAFxiD6 Of course aiming for aquatic, you could give them something similar to long seals’ tusks, but much less blunt.
  6. Why not both of them? Or hell maybe you can include the ideas in the 1970s NYC haunt idea while also including the Blackout, Son of Sam, and even disco in some way. Oh that’s the plan! I’m sorry that wasn’t clear. Paulo would be THE mini-icon in a way, featuring in the 1970s NYC house. He uses that night and into the next afternoon for shooting. You’re a cop or private investigator who wants to stop him but you have to go through the outdoor chaos and then an “interior” apartment building, maybe an elevator ride (hell, it’s a dream haunt, I can be frivolous) and then Paulo’s place, possibly done Dead Exposure style.
  7. Oh, the blackout was one of the peaks of the crimewave, almost a boiling over if you will, with muggings to the nth degree, looting, break-ins, assault, you name it. I’m already think either Dead Exposure or maybe even a humid, hot house with the Director (a big part of the madness was that it was a heatwave with no AC or fans, making even normal civilians turn to worse behavior).
  8. I’ll admit I know nothing about this, but I think it could be the 1940s house, with Miss Lunar Princess becoming a scarezone or a house at a second LoT-hosted event. For the initial event, I pictured ten decades for ten houses, but future events could be the 1800s, the same decade from different perspectives, and the future. The New York house is brilliant, I’m thinking something to do with disco, Son of Sam, or the blackout, or a combination of these.
  9. Definitely intended! I figured anything with Nazis might be a touch controversial for Universal (although if I remember right, it has been done before) and I didn’t want to use vampires thrice in a row, which fit the Great Depression more than anything else, so Golden Age Hollywood and a beauty pageant parody fit best in my mind. Figured it would be tongue in cheek about the absurd controlling behavior of the studio system.
  10. I created an account just to post here. I have to give props to you guys, and I hope some of you can give some feedback on my ideas. Time Terrors pt. 1 ICON: Lord of Time - an ambiguous figure, the Lord of Time has come to Universal with a message. In order to teach us a lesson, the Lord has unleashed ten houses representing the folly of man throughout time. His goal is to remind us of injustices past in order to stop those in the future. “Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.” Nightingales: Shipwrecked - The sinking of the Lusitania is plenty horrific enough, a maritime tragedy permanently captured in our memories forever. But the already haunting imagery of the iceberg hitting the ship omits from memory the most disturbing losses of all: lifeboats not so much capsized as torn to pieces, surrounded by rivers of blood, with bodies split down the middle like the ship. Shrieking fanged banshees tore three boats apart with deadly precision - and almost as soon as they descended, they flew away. Angered by draft dodging socialites, the Nightingales used the tragedy as a chance for retribution. Relive the horrible night the ship sank - and the Nightingales gave a new meaning to the phrase “Eat the rich”! Soundtrack: I’m Still Standing - Robyn Adele Anderson Feel Good Inc. - Robyn Adele Anderson Closer - Robyn Adele Anderson Vamp ‘25 - New Year’s Eve at bootlegger Sal Verona’s Art Deco mansion promises to be a shindig for the record books, filled to the brim with booze, flappers, and a swinging band! But, hey, what’s with that cat necking on with Sal’s dame? It turns out the old folks of our favorite greaser vampires know how to party just as hard! But these party snacks are well armed in more ways than one - and soon enough, you’ve found yourself in a deadly battle between vampires versus gangsters. Soundtrack: Ain’t Misbehavin’ - Fats Waller Levitating - Sweet Megg Chicago - Mr. Jazzek Re-Charleston - Wolfgang Lohr Gangster’s Paradise - Robyn Adele Anderson Hooray for Hollywood! - You’ve been invited to the grand opening of Bauman’s Grand Japanese Theater, a red carpet affair alongside the greats: stars like heartthrob Mark Sable, juvenile darling Julie Darling, blonde bombshell Jane Marlowe, and more, alongside a bevy of chorus girls, reporters, scouts, directors, and big time producers. You might even be discovered tonight. But beware, because celebrity isn’t all it’s cracked up to be - especially when the lights go down… Soundtrack: Minnie the Moocher - Cab Calloway Sing, Sing, Sing - Benny Goodman Toxic - Melinda Doolittle Gloomy Sunday - Paul Robeson All Eyes on Me - Or3o Call of Duty: Nazi Zombies - You’ve been chosen to retrieve lost artifacts stolen by the Nazis for experimentation. But you’re far too late - with the powers of Geistkraft on their side, Nazi Germany won’t take your attempt at seizure or the Allied Army lying down. Relive the original game: a train collision with a colossal beast sends you off track, into a barn where you encounter a Nazi zombie army. From there, you travel through fan favorite cutscenes, now unarmed, until a smashing final encounter with the God-King might just mean the end. And this time, you’re playing with one life. Soundtrack: Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen - Andrews Sisters Seven Nation Army - Haley Reinhart No Diggity - Ariana Savelas Where is My Mind? - Allison Young Zip Gun Bop - Royal Crown Revue Bunker Madness - Carey Mayor Johnson McCartney has solidified his position by ferreting out any and all suspected Communists, effectively running them out of town - if they’re lucky. If not, they find permanent employment in the back of Meetz’s Meats. When the sirens for an alleged atomic bomb attack goes off, the general populace goes to the bunker under City Hall, while Mayor McCartney goes to his special room, with amenities fitting his elite status. There, he finds himself haunted by the ghosts of his victims - and targeted by his citizens for his increasingly suspicious behavior. Soundtrack: Sleep Walk - Santo & Johnny Yakety Yak - The Coasters Tonight You Belong to Me - Patience & Prudence Sway - Rosemary Clooney I Only Have Eyes for You - The Flamingos Any suggestions for the next five houses (I think ten’s a good round number). Can anyone help with writing treatments as I’m not too confident about that area? I’d collaborate with you in Docs. And most of all, what are your thoughts on what I have so far, and do you think it’s any good (albeit a bit repetitive)?
  11. I love it! The queue will help the guests keep the characters straight, and explains the lore well. My only suggestion is to maybe tone down the teeth in the mermaids’ design to avoid making them look too similar to the Nightingales.
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