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Monday, April 28, 2008

Original Scripts and The Omen quadrilogy - posted by Don

Hi All,

Apologies for the lack of updates. With the day job, illness, children illness I’ve fallen quite behind in updating the site. I have a few things for you. Over on the Unproduced Scripts page there are twenty five original scripts up for your reading pleasure. Cindy’s Halloween Games has been drastically revised and is worth a re-read. Phil has updated Dreams in Dust and Marble. Also, Mike has his gothic short Becoming up (new script to the site). Head over to the unproduced scripts page and give them (or one of the 22 others) a read.

Thanks to Vern for the heads up on on FOUR Omen scripts from The Omen Chronicles. There is the 1975 draft of The Omen as well as Damien: Omen II, The Final Conflict and Omen IV: Armageddon. Please be a good citizen of the net (ok, I’ll say it, Netizen) and right click and “save as” to down load the scripts once you get to The Omen Chronicles. This helps to lower bandwidth and ensures that the site doesn’t crash due to server load. – Don

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Chris Reid
May 3rd, 2008 at 1:00 am

Thanks, Don.

I hope you and the kids are feeling better. I appreciate how much of your time all this must take up. The net takes up a heap of my time and all I’m do is chat and read on it.

Regards

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