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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Trust Me by Pia Cook – Filmed again - 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…


TRUST ME (2018) – SHORT FILM from Dylan Avery on Vimeo.

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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Happy Halloween! - post author Don


Pumpkin Nightmare II from Indie Me on Vimeo.

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Original Script Sunday for October 7th and Shifters - post author Don

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

And when you are done reading, may I interest you in a free, full length horror movie?

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This is the kind of late-night movie your 14 year-old self would sneakily rent for a sleepover with your best buds…so make sure you’ve got some people to share the laughs and screams (and beers) with!

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Friday, October 5, 2018

Kidnap in Room 12 by Victor Daniel-Kalio filmed as “Abduction 207” - post author Don

Kidnap in Room 12 (11 page thriller in pdf format) by Victor Daniel-Kalio

The events of a ghastly kidnap unexpectedly force an oblivious wife into confronting the truth about her shady husband.

Official Trailer

Abduction 207 – Official Trailer from Vis Brown on Vimeo.

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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Pale Flesh by Dena McKinnon – Teaser trailer - post author Don

Pale Flesh 14 page short horror in pdf format by Dena McKinnon

A goth teen mistakes an alienated guy for one of her kind.


Note: the final film differs from the posted version of the script

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Friday, September 14, 2018

Warning Shot is out in theatres and video on demand! - post author Don

Warning Shot is out in select theaters.

Also available on demand on Amazon Prime, YouTube, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Living Nightmare by Warren Duncan filmed as Insomnia - post author Don

Living Nightmare ( 10 page horror in pdf format) by Warren Duncan

A woman with severe Insomnia finally gets some rest, but it comes with horrific consequences.

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Friday, August 31, 2018

Christmas in Leningrad by Dustin Bowcott – Filmed - post author Don

Christmas in Leningrad by Dustin Bowcott

A man, starving during the siege of Leningrad, goes to extreme measures to put food on the table.

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Monday, August 20, 2018

The Wall In The Garden by Thorsten Loos – Filmed! - post author Don

The Wall In The Garden (10 pages in pdf format) by Thorsten Loos

The all too perfect lives of Helen and Harold are shaken when they discover something strange in their garden.

Watch The Wall in The Garden on Amazon Prime.

About the screenwriter: A German writer and computer scientist, Thorsten Loos is running his own software development company for a living. In his spare time, he primarily writes tales and scripts in the Science Fiction, Conspiracy and Paranormal genres. (Though he does drift into different genres with his shorts.) Thorsten’s currently working on episodes of an international TV series in development for a U.S. based production company. His pilot script Project Endolon made it to the semi finals of the Creative World Awards 2015, his pilot Mindwalker won ‘best TV Pilot’ in February at Wildsound Festival. Thorsten can be reached at loos.thorsten (a) web.de!

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Script Review by L Chambers

Ah, the quest for a perfect life – the perfect job, the perfect house, the perfect lover. In Thorsten Loos’ The Wall In The Garden, Helen and Harold appear to be living the dream.

We open on a cozy cottage, sunlight streaming through the window into a warm and inviting home. Helen’s just woken from a perfect night’s sleep. Downstairs Harold is in the kitchen brewing coffee. When Helen joins Harold for breakfast it’s clear these two are very much in love.

Ever heard the phrase ‘too good to be true’? Well, there’s something about Helen and Harold’s union that’s just a little too perfect, and it’s enough to get your heckles up. Wouldn’t you know it, out of the blue, something big happens, something that threatens to rock these two to the very core of their foundation.

A wall suddenly appears in the back garden. Thing is, it wasn’t there before. Harold first notices it in one of Helen’s very delightful works of art. When the two of them investigate outside however they discover this ain’t no ordinary brick wall. It surrounds the entire house, not only that, it’s huge – as in verging on Great Wall Of China huge. Helen wants to turn a blind eye to it, nothing is going to shake her perfect world, but Harold’s not letting it go – he wants to know how the hell a wall could just materialize out of thin air, and he’s determined to get to the bottom of it… or rather to the top of it.

So, out comes a gargantuan ladder, or two, and Harold prepares to make his ascent.

And, you’ll never guess what he finds on the other side…

No, really, you won’t guess.

With The Wall In The Garden, Thorsten Loos deftly lulls his audience into a false sense of security, leads them down the proverbial garden path, then pulls the rug out from under them in a shocking denouement you won’t see coming.

If you’re a fan of the surreal tones of The Twilight Zone, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, and The Truman Show, where everything is never as it first appears to be, you’re going to love The Wall In The Garden.

Read The Wall In The Garden (10 pages in pdf format) Best Script Wildsound Festival

About the reviewer: L. Chambers has been writing all her life – especially in her head, and on scraps of paper. It’s only in the last few years she began to get serious about screen-writing. Prior to this she worked in the Features Department for ABC TV as a Program Assistant, and trained as a FAD. She currently works as a freelance web-content editor and lives with her husband (also a screenwriter) in Sydney, Australia.

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