Blood in the Chocolate is a very, you get what you pay for sort of affair. It's described as a violent, psycho-sexual romp through a magical chocolate factory inhabited by tiny, monstrous men and a psychopathic career woman. It's well written, quite creative, gruesome, gory, and quite spectacular in its skin-crawling horror. Which is exactly why I don't like it.
Now don't get me wrong, I like horror in my games. But Blood in the Chocolate is skin-crawling. For me, the fear of mutation, of degeneration and my own body crumbling around me but leaving me trapped inside is enough to make me want to run for the exit. And that's not a good headspace to be in when running a game.
So if you don't mind things getting a little screwed up, Blood in the Chocolate is great. It's well-made, well-designed, and springs from a place of legitimate love. I bought it, and was not disappointed. I just don't think I could ever run this. So go ahead and buy this if you have a strong stomach.
[4 of 5 Stars!]