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Chainsaw Corpse Cop by Wol-vriey

ccc-50Review: Chainsaw Cop Corpse is definitely and firmly in the bizarro genre, and in many ways hardcore in its details, yet it’s quirky, straight-forward and cleanly told. Needing to suspense belief and not ask questions such as “Why is this happening or why is this person doing this or that?” it is still enjoyable because it’s different.

Just from reading its description, I would have passed on this work as I do have the clause in my guidelines: “…whether its sexual explicitness or violence: they need to be relevant to the story itself in some ways. Not just description for description’s sake.”  I rarely do it, but I wrote the author and pointed out my clause, but was assured it was relevant to the story itself…and it was.

I like the unusual and weird, even if graphic in content, but honestly, though a story may contain graphic everything, I don’t care for descriptions that might be read by anyone, which contain curse words and slang. That’s for the reader to be experienced by choice once purchased, etc. in my opinion. The other thing that was an issue for me was the format of the story: each sentence or paragraph, usually with no more than one or two sentences, were separated with line spaces. Especially with e-readers, this can be tiring to the eyes and takes up more space than necessary.

Certainly, it’s not to everyone taste,  but if you want a different kind of read, a work that is amusing in its way, shocking at times, but deeply and imaginatively graphic, give Chainsaw Corpse Cop a try.”

Description: “Simon is having a bad fucking week. When you’re a D.C. Detective, every week is a bad week, but this week has been a BAD freaking week.

For starters, some psychopath has been murdering people, stealing their body parts and smearing their corpses with peanut butter.

To make matters worse, the contract killer “Boots” has recently resurfaced, and his girlfriend’s chainsaw arm destroyed his bed when he made her climax.

To top it all off, Simon’s been pissing random body parts for days. Ears, fingers, toes… And if that weren’t bad enough, now he has to drop a deuce!”

  • Published: November 2012
  • Publisher: Bizarro Press
  • ISBN: 0615731287
  • ISBN13: 9780615731285
  • Source: Author

Author Profile:

Wol-vriey is Nigerian and quite tall.

He currently resides in a state of uneasy stalemate with his threatening-to-thin-beyond-redemption hair, and believes there actually are things that go bump in the night.
Wol-vriey recycles the ridiculous into reasonable reality for the reader.

His WEIRRRD philosophy? WEIRRRD = Warp/Write Everything into Realistic Ridiculous Readable Distorted Dream Dimension Descriptions.

He is the author of Alice’s Adventures in Steamland, The Bizarro Story of I, Chainsaw Cop Corpse, and Vegan Zombie Apocalypse.

As well as appearing on Bizarro Central and in online e-zines, his WEIRRRD fiction is featured in numerous print compilations, including the Bizarro anthologies The Big Book of Bizarro and Tall Tales with Short Cocks.

Wol-vriey is also the warped mind behind the band ‘Rocksurface’ (www.myspace.com/rock.ng), and the experimental electronic ensemble ‘Earxygen’ (http://soundcloud.com/earxygen)

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In The House of Bacchus by Rodd Reduxxx

People looking for niché genre writing: horror eroticism and extreme sexually graphic detail would be enthralled by this story I believe. Reading the author’s word that this was a political parody and I am well aware of, from earlier professional reasons, of what can go on in the world of some of the leaders and powerful men and women who present a wholesome face and voice to the world yet secretly have the darkest of evil habits, I would advise reading this story at your own risk, both of morality and fortitude. It is brutal, extremely graphic and sexual yet the author’s writing skills are well above average. Rod Reduxxx presents a twisted tale many authors only hope of creating yet it was quite similar to some of the classic terrifying masterpieces of Italian film with near exact correlations.

I appreciated the racy cleverness of this story but I would have to debate with myself whether I would read more of Rod Reduxxx’s subsequent works unless I was provided with a story description exactly in a genre I enjoyed. Looking into other people’s choices of sexual and power gratification holds no interest for me. The way I think of it is this, when so many people were both horrified and attracted to the serial killer cannibal in “Silence of the Lambs” it was because despite his obvious lack of remorse and morality, he was classical. He was seducing. You hated him but you couldn’t look away or turn away from his voice. Despite being ably penned with sexual play, I was not seduced by the main character in any way nor moved by his aims, so I would have appreciated more characterization and plot than graphic detail.

A number of touches of brilliance within “The House of Bacchus” but merely disgorging “whatever lies beneath” is not enough for me to be entranced and fascinated. The story is entirely in my opinion: “Read at your own risk”, including the author’s end note.

Reviewed by Red Haircrow


Book Description: No pleasure is denied the rich and powerful in the House of Bacchus. Rodd Reduxxx pushes the boundaries of erotica as he examines the price of hedonism and domination in this stunning novella. Part sociopolitical parody, part fantasy story, thought-provoking and seriously explicit, you will not leave the House of Bacchus unmoved.

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