Do you like Blade Runner, Sin City, or LA Noire? What about OTR, Audio Books, classic thrillers or Film Noir of any decade? Then this is your show. Hothouse Bruiser is an intense audio drama with mind-blowing sound design and gritty, complex stories. The series follows hard-boiled Bruiser, one of the unfortunate souls trapped in the Los Angeles Quarantine. Follow Bruiser through this urban jungle nightmare as he goes toe-to-toe with every crooked thug and tricky dame the Hothouse has to offer.
Episode 1: "Hothouse Bruiser"
Bruiser hunts the Sniper that is terrorizing the quarantine. Every clue pulls him deeper into the ugly truth behind SaegerTech, the LAQPD, and even his flame Vera Grayle. (played by Traci Lords) How long before Bruiser's family is put in the crosshairs?
Episode 2: "Breakfast with a Dead Girl"
Bruiser doesn't remember a thing about his hot date -- especially how the girl ended up dead in his bed. Now he has to lam it from the police AND SaegerTech -- tracing his steps to clear his name.
Episode 3: "Heist into Hell"
Bruiser is forced on an impossible mission: break into SaegerTech's main containment lab, 40 stories underground, and steal something called "The Black Rose." What exactly that is... no one knows
Episode 4: "Big Daddy to the Box"
The Sniper's back and Bruiser is kicking over every rock in the Hothouse. Vera Grayle keeps him guessing, his family's hanging by a thread, and what he is finding out on this case changes everything in the Hothouse.
Episode 5: "I'll Get the Guy who Killed Me"
Bruiser has only one hour to live. His one-word mission: Revenge.
Episode 6: "Outside the Walls"
Bruiser awakens in a whole new world -- one where he is totally blind.
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Just what you’re wanting
Mean-streets sci-fi, future noir, high-tech low-life, cyberpunk... call it what you will, this audio drama presses all the right buttons. High production value, great voice acting, and an engaging story. Totally worth your time! If I had to criticize anything, it would be that the mystery and case keeps changing, but that’s really not a bad thing actually. Yeah, check it out!