Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 11, 2008
Break Media, the Internet's premier entertainment community for men, today announced the premiere of "VLOG," an original, full-length feature film about the in-depth investigation into the death of real-life internet "vlogger," Brooke Marks.
"VLOG" is the second element of the ground-breaking "Internet Killer" project developed by Twisted Pictures, producers of SAW, exclusively for Break.com. Twisted Pictures combined the video distribution power and social networking elements offered by Break.com, and the web star power of "E-lebrity" Brooke Marks, in developing this new extreme-horror online experience.
"Our partnership with Twisted Pictures, a leading creator of content for men 18-34, reaffirms our position as the best platform for reaching men 18-34 online with both professional and user generated content," said Keith Richman, chief executive officer of Break Media.
The "Internet Killer" project is composed of two main elements: A twelve-part series of video blog entries, starring Brooke Marks, and "VLOG," the 71 minute full-length feature horror film.
The twelve video blog entries, called "Brooke Marks Speaks Out," revolve around Brooke documenting her personal life for all of her fans to watch on Break.com. She vlogged about her dating and sex life until the boyfriends she discussed were suspiciously killed one by one. The videos of their murders were featured on an unrelated IP address, which was leaked in the comments section of each episode. The Break.com audience debated the legitimacy of the videos in their comments, and guessed who could be responsible for the murders. When Brooke finally discovered the IP address, she went straight to the cops. Two days later, the murder of Brooke herself was posted on the mysterious IP address.
"Brooke Marks Speaks Out" currently yields over five million views on Break.com.
"VLOG" premieres today, June 11, on Break.com, featuring one new Webisode a day, for four weeks, weekdays only through July 4.
To watch the first installment of "VLOG" go to: http://info.break.com/static/live/v1/pages/vlog/vlog.html.
About Break Media
Break Media is the Internet's premier entertainment community for men. Its wholly owned branded properties (Break.com, Cage Potato, Chickipedia, Holy Taco and Wall Street Fighter) and the 55-plus site Break Media Network reaches 50 million men worldwide each month. Founded in 1998, Break Media offers advertisers unrivaled opportunities to market directly to a young, male demographic using innovative ad formats that introduce relevant brands to the audience either broadly or on a targeted, integrated basis. For more information, please visit http://www.break.com.
Blanc & Otus, PR for Break.com