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Created as a companion for a monstrous man that shouldn't be. The setup is familiar, but perhaps not the perspective we've seen before. Bride: Part One follows our doomed heroine as she awakens, alone, confused and virtually blind, and discovers the horrible truth about who she is and why she exists. Her only company is brilliant but disturbed doctor and his twisted ...more
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Joe Humphrey grew up on an air force base in Southern California (George AFB, just outside of Victorville. It’s mostly abandoned now and super creepy if you’re up for some urban exploring) and now lives in Victoria, BC, Canada with his wife, Sandra.

Bloodletting is a story he’s been developing for well over fifteen years, originally as a screenplay that eventually became too big to contain in one m
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