Yesterday, Bloody-Disgusting ran an article about a possible online viral marketing campaign for some unknown, upcoming horror flick. B-D’s article was basically a cut-and-paste of an e-mail sent in by one of their readers, outlining some pretty weird stuff that had been going on involving an ongoing video blog by Brooke Marks.
Go read that article (and follow its instructions) at Bloody-Disgusting them come back here. I’ll wait…
B-D either didn’t know anything else about it at the time, or they weren’t saying. But I just found something called VLOG on Break.com. What’s VLOG? Well…
VLOG n. \ short for video blog
1. An online personal journal that displays video posting of one or more individuals.
2. The new extreme-horror film from the producers of Saw, exclusively on Break.com
3. An investigation into the death of real-life internet vlogger Brooke Marks, and when you see what happened to her and her friends you won’t believe your f**king eyes
So there you have it. VLOG is some sort of online anthology horror film, released in chapters on Break.com with new videos apparently being released daily. I’m sure it’ll probably suck, but at least someone out there’s trying to do something somewhat original, right?