Murder in Hollywoodland


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You're invited to a star-studded yacht party, as Lucas Cameronburg is shooting the biggest blockbuster ever made! But before he can say "That's a wrap!", he's hit over the head with his Goldguy award and pushed overboard! Host your own party to find out who cut Cameronburg from his own film!

Female suspects:
BRIDGET BONES - a flaky but brilliant anthropologist
BUFFY SPEARS - a rocking hot vampire-slaying pop princess
BUNNY BOILER - a Playdoll model with homicidal tendencies
DANA SCULLERELLA - an FBI agent working undercover as a space sexpot
MARILYN GUNGHO - a screen siren with a mean karate chop
JEM HUNTER - a tomb raiding heiress with a taste for danger

Male suspects:
ARNIE DENIRONATOR - a tough talking action hero of Sicilian descent
DEADWOOD CULLEN - a romantic heart-throb with a dark side
DR EVIL KERNEVIL - a stunt man with a plan for world domination
ELI CRONENBERG - a hip young horror movie director with a chip on his shoulder
JACK BLACKSPARROW - a barely coherent pirate who likes to rock
SHERLOCK UPYODAUGHTERS - a womanising detective who has no business being here

Re-usable hinged lid tin contains:
How to host guide with rules
12 question menus
12 whodunit cards to choose the murderer
12 character sheets
12 invitations with costume suggestions
4 evidence sheets
1 audio CD (optionally replaces evidence sheets, mp3 downloads* also available)
*full instructions included in the tin.

Take the stress out of hosting with our bestselling brand!
* Play with ANY combination of 4-12 guests. No-one is 'bolted on', everyone's a suspect.
* The murderer is chosen on the night so the party still goes on if someone can't make it!
* No random guessing! Suspects have different stories if they're guilty, with important clues to help you solve whodunit.

(Written by Tim & Lynda Cowles, authors of the best selling Murder Mystery Party DVD boxed games)

Good times for groups:
An excellent way to spend a role-playing evening with friends. Each party takes 2-3 hours to play. They are filled with intrigue, suspense, humour and the fun of playing both detective and suspect. This game is designed to be played by up to 6 male and 6 female players, in any combination (minimum of 4).


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Murder in Hollywoodland Reviews

Really struggled. All made a huge effort to dress up, just didn't work. Anon (2016)
I hadn't hosted a murder mystery before so didn't know what to expect. It was a great laugh but there are definitely things I would do differently if I was to play a similar game. I would send the character sheets out with the invites. I think with more information people would have been more in character. It would also mean they wouldn't need to focus so much on the questions on the night. I would definitely suggest using the CD as well rather than the host reading out the different acts. A bit confusing and something more for them to focus on.Anon (2016)
Enjoyed the game, however simple errors like typos were not good. Also, there was no real guidance on who should read their summary we decided that everyone innocent would go first, pointless to have the murderer read their admission first!Anon (2016)
I've only played a handful of Murder Mystery Games which were more structured. This one seemed to have very little structure, and towards the end we found it was a bit drawn-out. Maybe it could be because we only had the minimum of 5 people.Anon (2015)
This was the first murder mystery I had organised and I hadn't been to one before so was pretty nervous. We had 9 people, 6 girls 3 guys, 1 person didn't turn up so the flexibility of this game was ideal. It was a lot of fun, all made sense and kept conversation up for hours. We voted and had a prize for best dressed. Good game! Josie (2015)

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