I spent seven months living inside a conspiracy thriller and it’s not over yet
In March, I was blackmailed by a mercurial self-help guru after he took hotel room pictures of me with a prostitute. In July a member of an Illuminati-esque organization crashed a dinner party my wife and I were throwing at our home. In September, a serial killer called me with his latest victim, and forced her to wish me a happy birthday. Then in October, I was tasked with saving 91 families that had gotten themselves mixed up in some dirty business — only to inadvertently cause the death of every single one.
They could have been moments from a 1970s conspiracy thriller, or even an elaborate, narrative video game. But this is just my daily life in The Lust Experience.
Last year director Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw 2-4), writer Clint Sears,…