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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

The Hills Have Eyes scripts – compare and contrast - posted by Don

Thanks to ‘anonymous’ and Horror Lair and The Movie Page we have a compare and contrast opportunity. Over at Horror Lair is a February 14, 2005 unspecified draft script of The Hills Have Eyes by Alexandrew Aja & Gregory Levasseur (based on the original film by Wes Craven). This is the script to the remake of Wes Craven’s original film.
While it has been on the ‘net since May 13th 2006, there is also the 1976 unspecified draft script of Blood Relations The Sun Wars which was filmed as The Hills Have Eyes thanks to The Movie Page. If you creep over to the Movie Scripts page you can read both scripts and write a 10 page report, single spaced comparing and contrasting the two scripts…

Or, if that is too difficult, you can write a 12 page, properly formatted script for the October ’07 One Week Challenge which closes on Friday, October 5th at midnight. All you have to do is write a 12 page or less Comedy script (properly formatted) about Carving a Jack-o-lantern. You can then join the rest of the crew on the discussion board to talk about it. Is fun! And, our patient friends over at is sponsoring the challenge. One script gets selected to be audio performed.

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