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Sunday, October 7, 2007

Batch B – One Week Challenge Scripts are live - posted by Don

Batch B of the One Week Challenge scripts are live. – Don


iScript.com is the sponsor of the October ’07 One Week Challenge.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Batch A – One Week Challenge Scripts live - posted by Don

The first batch of the One Week Challenge scripts are live. – Don


iScript.com is the sponsor of the October ’07 One Week Challenge.

Friday, October 5, 2007

New Life! Welcome Patrick Michael - posted by Don

baby sheltonPlease join us to welcome into the world the latest Shelton production – Baby Shelton Patrick Michael Shelton. – 9lb 6 oz, 21 1/2 inches.

Joy to you with all our heart.

According to Mike, “Mom and baby are both doing well.”

Please join us in giving joy to Mrs. Shelton (with some minor assistance by Mike) in her most recent production here. – Don

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Extreme Baggage – by Pia - posted by Don


A Cabbie's Tale
Extreme Baggage by Pia
Read by iScript.com

An amorous cab driver hits on a female passenger with some serious baggage.

Short, Noir-ish
Rated R Sexual Theme and Language

Read the script (15 pages pdf format). Discuss the script. Listen to the script:

{note: This audio recording is released under a Creative Commons, attribution, noncommercial, no derivatives 3.0 license. You can share the audio recording in its entirety, but you can’t change it or sell it. }

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 iScript.com is sponsoring the challenge. One script gets selected to be audio performed.

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Marigold demo reel by Chris Shalom - posted by Don

Check out Chris Shalom’s demo reel for his action, revenge drama piece Marigold. Mike Marigold. Hero at nineteen for saving nine people from a burning building. Wrongfully imprisoned at twenty for the ruthless murder of his wife and best friend. Escaped at twenty-one with one thing on his mind: revenge. But there are others who seek that very same…

Note clip has strong language and stuff blowing up.

You can read the script here in RTF format. Talk about the script or comment on the demo reel or leave a You Tube comment. – Don

Enough is enough and the OWC - posted by Don

The scripts are pouring in for the One Week Challenge (O.K., they are trickling in). I’ve got a great new spam arrestor in place which works 98% of the time. The result is that sometimes legitmate emails get junked. Could I trouble the submitter or “Enough is enough” to hop over to here and fill out the form and resubmit? Apologies. I got the script, but not the important information. In order to prevent jokers from claiming the script, could you also please resubmit the script, too? Apologies.
I found the “Enough is Enough” writer. Or rather the writer found me.

Also, While the One Week Challenge is going on, I won’t be taking regular script submissions. This helps me to keep everything straight. – Don

Monday, October 1, 2007

Blair Witch II script - posted by Don

Blair Witch IIThanks to Donovan and Daily Script read this early draft of Dick Beebe’s Blair Witch II (which later became Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2. Donovan writes, [This is] an early draft, which unfortunately (and infuriatingly) is missing its second-last page: the climax of the entire script! Certain character(s) alive on page 101; those character(s) dead on 103. You can figure out what happened from what follows, but it annoyed the hell out of me when I discovered it.

The premise, college students at a Boston college become fascinated by the events of the three missing filmmakers in Maryland, so they decide to go into the same woods and find out what really happened.

Did you know? Like Blair Witch, the main characters are named after the actors who played them. However, since this film actually had a script, Dick Beebe had to give the characters names long before casting. This is why the names of the characters in this script are different from the names of the characters in the final movie…

Waddle on over to the Movie Scripts page and check it out. – Don

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