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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Original Script Sunday! (Has come on a Wednesday of August 15th) - post author Don

It’s summer and SimplyScripts is on a summer schedule which means at any time we can get pulled away to dress up as or favorite anime character, play video games or work on community service projects.

SimplyScripts was left in the care of P.H. Cook and there was a One Week Challenge. The challenge was to write a short script on the theme of Summer Heat (if you live in the northern hemisphere) or Cold weather (if you live in the southern hemisphere). The challenge: No dialogue.

There were 28 entries by 25 writers. We welcomed two newcomers to the challenge (trial by fire) and hope they continue to contribute.

The writer’s choice script was: A Beautiful Day by Alex (Anon) – A crash victim tries to escape her car before it cooks her alive. 2.5 pages. (Short, Action) pdf format

Please check out the rest of the entries on the Original Unproduced Scripts page. If you are looking for a script to film, while these are rough – first drafts – reach out now to the writers if you have an interest in filming. OWC scripts can go fast.

– Don

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Trust Me written by P. H. Cook – Filmed - post author Don

Trust Me (6 pages in pdf format) by P.H. Cook

A little girl in danger is happy to be saved by a police officer…


Victor Almanzar website
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Monday, July 30, 2018

Original Script Sunday… - post author Don

Has come on a Monday…

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page are 18 original scripts for your reading pleasure.

Also, we are hip deep in the July One Week Challenge! Check it out on the Discussion Board.

It’s one week to write a six page short. Check out the deets at SimplyScripts.com/owc

– Don

Friday, July 27, 2018

Stories Of The Subconscious Mind by Curt Dennis – Filmed! - post author Don

Stories Of The Subconscious Mind (5 pages in pdf format) by Curt Dennis

If you could go inside the subconscious of a depressed person, what would you find?

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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Slacker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse – Short Script Review (Available for Production!) - post author Guest Reviewer

Slacker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse by James Barron

Life after the zombie apocalypse is harsh and uncompromising. But for two stoners holed up in an apartment with a lifetime supply of weed, it’s more like an inconvenience.

Remember when Seth Rogen and Co. faced the biblical apocalypse in This Is the End? A few of them stumbled successfully through doomsday, but how would they fare if they were faced with a zombie apocalypse instead? This is the very question asked by James Barron’s The Slacker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse.

The answer? Not too well. Not at all.

Faced with Z Day and barricaded in their dorm, three friends (Mark, Steve and Liam) find themselves in a terrible pickle when their food runs out, leaving them starving and trapped – or worse. They intensely debate what to do: Steve and Liam vote to hold out one more day… aided by hits from their favorite bong. But Mark, the sensible non-stoner, insists they need to send someone outside to gather supplies and do recon. But who should be the lucky one?

Borrowing a cue from This Is the End, the trio draw toothpicks: he who pulleth the shortest stick is doomed to venture into the great unknown. Unfortunately for Mark, he’s inevitably chosen to leave for the munchie run – through a terrifying, zombified world.

What happens next? Well, without spoiling the finish, things go about as well as can be expected. And definitely not as planned.

A fun, chuckle-a-minute script, Slacker’s Guide has lots of things: stoner humor, Millennial appeal – and zombie action (no kidding). Scoop this up now… or wait until you take another hit from your bong for creative inspiration.

Fair warning though: act fast. This script might be picked up faster than a bag of Doritos in a stoner’s dorm.

Budget: Mid to high. A few locations (dorm room, hallway, stairway, food store). Lots of zombies, three good buddies and some props. Although, if you’re packing weed, you’ve got one of the major props covered already.

About the writer, James Barron: James can be reached at jbarron021 “AT” gmail

Read Slacker’s Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse (14 pages in PDF format)

This screenplay may not be used or reproduced for any purpose including educational purposes without the expressed written permission of the author.

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About the reviewer: Mitch Smith is an award winning screenwriter who offers notes, script editing and phone consultations. Reach him at his website, follow him on twitter @MitchScripts, or email him at Mitch.SmithScripts (a) gmail.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Original Script Sunday… - post author Don

…has come on a Tuesday.

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page are twenty eight original scripts for your reading pleasure.

– Don

Friday, July 20, 2018

Lullaby by Warren Duncan – Filmed as “Hush” - post author Don

Lullaby (3 page horror in PDF format) by Warren Duncan

A dad pushes his daughter on a park swing. A perfectly innocent moment until it’s not.

Hush (Horror Short Film) from Logan Ward on Vimeo.

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Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Winters Past by Tony Moore – Filmed - post author Don

Winters Past (20 pages in PDF format) by Tony Moore

A Britain devastated. ‘The Fire’ has ripped apart the world. The street drug Utopium allows for individuals to relive past memories at the cost of slowly destroying their minds. Can Hendric, a man trying to remember the death of his sister, uncover the disturbing truth whilst trying to surviving trapped inside the brutal drug den of a psychotic underworld leader?

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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Original Script Sunday… (has come on a Tuesday…) - post author Don

… It’s summer. I’m on summer time.

Over on the Unproduced Scripts page are twenty two original scripts for your reading pleasure.

– Don

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