It’s award night and Tom Speed’s latest film, The Vampire Detective, has just swept the board and garnered four Skellies – for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay. Sadly, Tom Speed’s award for Best Actor was accepted posthumously by his friend, Hayden Vicars, as Tom was killed in a driving accident late last night.
Despite this note of sadness, celebrations are in full swing at the The Vampire Detective post-award party. Deals are being cut for future productions and everyone is having a good time enjoying the atmosphere and mingling with Hollywood’s movers and shakers.
Is there anything suspicious about Tom Speed’s death? Who will win next year’s Skellies? Find out at Halloween Lies.
Important note: Halloween Lies has a couple of alternative versions, Hollywood Lies and Christmas Lies. The characters and the plots are the same, so if your guests have previously played Hollywood Lies or Christmas Lies, they’ll know the secrets of Halloween Lies too! The difference is that Christmas Lies and Halloween Lies are written specifically for a holiday themed party, while Hollywood Lies is suitable for any time of year.