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March 29, 2004 - On the Radio page, two new transcripts from for radio. Thanks to M for the heads up.

And, on the Movie Script page - thanks to "Anonymous" 'for the benefit of screenplay aficionados everywhere' and Daily Script for this 1944 draft script of The Big Sleep.

March 28, 2004 - On the TV Scripts and Transcripts Page we have another Twilight Zone episode thanks to WeeklyScript and some episode scripts and transcripts from Enterprise thanks to Captain Archer's Fan-Fiction.

Also, if you are looking to check out something, check out Alec's Less Than Major Productions. I enjoyed watching the screen tests and shorts. Also, check out Boomer's CinePunkStudios. There are some production samples that were interesting.

March 27, 2004 - On the Plays Page we have Richard's Dracula.

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have a eighteen new pieces of work. Too many to name here. Just go and check them out.

March 26, 2004 - Thanks to M for the heads up on The Straight Story and the Tod Browning cult classic Freaks. Read them on the Movie Scripts Page.

March 21, 2004 - Wow! What a response I got about my Swedish question! Thanks to Boxie and Paul and Sandy and Lauri and Velera and Sylvi and Henrik and a host of other people (apologies if I didn't get you name here) for their translations. Thanks to all the Norwegian, Finnish and Swedish readers for their input! (I had no idea there were that many of you!) It appears that Screensource's account has expired and he/she hasn't renewed it. Bummer, it was a great site.

On the Television Scripts page The Daily Script has another Twilight Zone episode for your reading pleasure - The Lonely.

March 18, 2004 - A whole slew of new scripts on the unproduced page.

Jeez, where to begin? Sascha, he is back again with a new script - Crashkurs. So, go brush up on your German with this one.

Speaking of Swedish, one of my favorite scripts sites, Screensource is down. This is all I find on the page, "Kontot har upphört. Har ej upprättat någon ny period för sitt webbkonto". So, if any of you Swedish speakers/readers out there could drop me a line and tell me if Screensource is down for the count or it is just a bandwidth prob, I'd much appreciate it. Henrik, the Finnish editor of Voice Over was able to eliminate Finnish as the language noting, "Well, it is Swedish. If it were Finnish, I'd be able to translate it since Finnish is required reading in Finland. However, Swedish is another matter...".

Where was I?

Oh, Unproduced Scripts! Yes. Jordan has Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Cold. Yes, it is a horror script. Speaking of horror, Ben has Tastes Like Chicken. I haven't read it, yet. But I think I know where this one is going. Graham is back with his short horror script 28 Days 'til the Return of the Night of the Dawn of the Evil Dead Residents. I'm thinking horror spoof here.

On to drama. Larry has Very Prudent Jackass and Joe has Touched (revised) and An Unexpected Gift. Also, Eddie... Eddie... Eddiee.. has... has... hass... Echoes From Heaven.

After all that drama we need some comedy. Joe has another episode of On Our Own and Eric (but he goes by his 'gang' name Bodegage in the SimplyScripts 'hood) has The Walter Awards 2004 (with help from a few other people). After all that laughing, I need a little adventure in my life. Harish has The Goddess. Could be the next Bollywood Blockbuster.

March 17, 2004 - Earlier this month, members of the Discussion Board held The Walters - a unproduced script award ceremony. Read who was nominated and who won and read the Virtual Awards Ceremony.

March 12, 2004 - On the Movie Scripts Page, The Great American Screenplay has updated with the great American screenplay The Bachelor Party.

March 11, 2004 - On the TV Scripts Page, The Daily Script has updated with a new episode of The Twilight Zone: Episode 102 - One For The Angels.

March 10, 2004 - On the Plays page, we have a new play by Eliza Wyatt entitled Techno Frantic Games.

On the Unproduced Scripts page we have two from "Freak" with Techs and Bunker. Bri brings us her Regrets, Ben has Ponchoman, Ian has his horror The Undead Next Doorm Stephen has To Hell and lastly Bruce has two scripts, Play for me and Getting Away With Murder In St. Louis.

March 8, 2004 - Hey Kids! What you've been waiting for... The next installment of Henrick's VOICE OVER screenwriting magazine. Check out what we have for you in this issue:

Interview with Alex Ross
Writing A Series
Good Script
Review: New Dawn

Not into screenwriting, but into Sci Fi? Check out my new friend - where they have hundreds of reviews of both classic and more recent sci-fi movies and DVDs and a whole lot of other stuff. Give 'em a look.

March 5, 2004 - Thanks to Lauri for the heads up on the update of Between Death and the Devil - the unofficial Richard Stanley site. Richard Stanley's Hardware script is back on the 'net! Also, something I've been looking forward to reading, Stanley's 1996 remake of The Island of Dr. Moreau. Both scripts are in PDF format. Check them out on the Movie Scripts page.

On the Announcements Page, find out about Aleks Horvat's theOffice

March 4, 2004 - Please read this Important Announcement regarding Email Viruses

On the TV Scripts Page, The Daily Script has updated with a new episode of The Twilight Zone.

On the Unproduced Scripts Page we have the writing team of Eric and Alex presenting Crosshairs, Eric H has Summer Breeze, Matt C has Hitmen, Matthew has his short Acting Lessons and lastly, there is another episode of On Our Own

March 1, 2004 - I received a mysterious message from M - It read,

"Yjr ts[iytr od pm;omr sy yjr htrsy s,rtovsm dvtrrm[;su.

So, go to the Movie Scripts page and read, Yjr ts[yitr. Quiet frankly, with all the hub-bub over "Mad Max's" latest movie, I can quite understand the code.

I thought this was interesting. Build a fully automated, solar-powered factory and land it on the Moon in the year 2000. Without any help from human workers, the 100-ton factory would mine the soil around it, would manufacture spare parts to maintain and repair itself, and would manufacture enough surplus parts to assemble a copy of itself in one year.

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