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October 31, 2003


GREEN WASABI floats over the Pumpkin Patch and hurls the May 1986 revised draft of THE WITCHES OF EASTWICK (with help from The Daily Script) and disappears into the night.


October 31, 2003 - All Movie Scripts brings Halloween week to a spooky conclusion with Intolerable Cruelty. Spooky. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.

For other Spooky reading check out the special Unproduced Halloween Horror Scripts Page or the Unproduced Horror Scripts Page.

Happy Halloween Guys and Ghouls.

October 30, 2003 - Green Wasabi saves Halloween week with this April 11, 1991 shooting script of The Addams Family. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page. (See Children, there really is a Great Pumpkin).

October 30, 2003 - Sorry. Nothing horrifying today. BUT... Grand thanks to Marie for the heads up on a 1932 film starring "The Swedish Sphinx", As You Desire Me. Check it out on the Movie Scripts page.

And, Aragorn is back again with the heads up on probably the most complete Friends transcript site I've seen. Check it out on the TV scripts and transcripts page.

October 29, 2003 - On the Unproduced Page, golly there are a lot. Nick brings us a story of two friends with Nick and Pippen, Greg has a comedy about a boxer who only does well when drunk with Another Round, Roy has his take on "Batman" with Batman: The Darkest Night, George has a screenplay based upon his and Ian's children's adventure book "Counter Force" entitled Sun Storm, and it didn't take long for a "Matrix" parody to come out with Douglas' The Watrix. There is more. Check out the Unproduced Scripts page for more.

And, to continue Halloween week, a temporary new page Unproduced Horror with all the unproduced horror scripts submitted this week. Casey has a Camp Blood Trilogy, Chung has The Shadow of Redemption a short for those of us with short attention spans... Hey! Let's go ride our bikes! Where was I? Dunno. There are a ton more there to read and you can always discuss what you read on the Discussion Board.

October 28, 2003 - More for Halloween Week - Thaks to Aragorn for taking some time out fighting Orcs to give us the heads up on Hellraiser: Hellseeker. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.

October 27, 2003 - For Halloween Week, Green Wasabi and Daily Script and Movie Page start us off with Thir13en Ghosts. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.

And there is more creepiness on the TV Scripts and Transcripts page with two more episodes of Carnivāle thanks to The Midway.

October 24, 2003 - On the Unproduced Scripts Page Cindy has her third revised draft of The Shadow of her Smile and Jared is back with take on Star Wars Epside III with Star Wars Episode III: The Mask of Destiny. Also, If you care keen on Star War Fan Fic, check out FanFix: The Star Wars Fan Fiction Library Site.

October 23, 2003 - INT. Room. Night.

Out of the DARKNESS comes All Movie Scripts with an April 27, 2001 draft of an obscure little movie called, Untitled Detroit Project. Some of you might know it as 8 mile. Check it out on the Movie Scripts Page.

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October 23, 2003 - It is a Transcript-O-Rama on the Movie Scripts Page. Thanks to A Wonderful Friend we got some pretty good transcripts of Possession, Enigma, Vibes, and others. Thanks to Marie for the heads up on a tantilizing partial of the 1939 horror movie Son Of Frankenstein by Willis (Quiet, Please) Cooper, also on the Movie Scripts page.

Also thanks to Marie for the Heads up on four (4), count 'em FOUR new transcripts of Quiet, Please. Check 'em out on the Golden Age of Radio page.

On the Plays page there is a transcript of The Blue Room thanks to Team Nicole. David Hare's The Blue Room is freely adapted from Viennese author Arthur Schnitzler's La Ronde (also known as Reigen, both meaning "round dance"). It is also known as the play where theatre goers got to pay $60.00 to see Ms. Kidman's bottom sans clothing.

October 22, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page We have a transcript Su Freidrich's lastest work The Odds of Recovery. And, Thanks to Green Wasabi and Dailyscript, another draft of The Replacements

October 20, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page we have another draft of X-Men, earlier than the version that is already on the 'net. Thanks to All Movie Scripts

October 19, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page looks like All Movie Scripts scores again with Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

October 18, 2003 - Laterer that day. On the Unproduced Page The Goose has another draft of Sniper Target a comedic thriller. Brion brings us The Anniversary a dark comedy.

October 18, 2003 - Later that day. On the Unproduced Page Kelvin brings us his clan drama Kinship and in case you missed it, Graham brings us his take on Batman with Wicked Gotham.

October 18, 2003 - On the Unproduced Page Thomas exhorts us Don't Leave Your Home with his horror script and Wesley is back with a comedy script The Goodie Mob.

Cleaned up the Oscar Winners Page. Go read scripts from Oscar nominated and Oscar winning movies.

October 15, 2003 - On the Unproduced Page Cindy brings us her Ouiji board horror story The Shadow of her Smile. Creepy.

October 14, 2003 - On the Unproduced Page Matt has another episode of Twilight Realm. Matthew brings out his short script The Lighter Side of Crime, Adam has his horror script Taken, Joe sez, Welcome to Prosperity with his triller. Zach has his first episide of of The Amity Tales and Jeff brings us his drama Fallen Witness.

October 14, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page - Check out All Movie Scripts latest Confidence.

October 13, 2003 (well, nearly the 14th) - On the Movie Scripts Page - Thanks again to "The Bat Faced Boy" and Horror Suspense for this unspecified draft (different from the movie, tho) of Willard.

October 13, 2003 - On the TV Scripts and Transcripts Page Thanks to Christina for the heads up on Voyager Transcripts Page with transcripts of Star Trek Voyager.

October 12, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page - Green Wasabi and The Movie Page bring us a March 29th, 1998 shooting draft of The Matrix.

Also on the Movie Scripts Page there is a partial, unspecified draft of Jeepers Creepers 2 thanks to Horror and Suspense and a heads up from The Bat Faced Boy.

October 11, 2003 - On the Unproduced Scripts Page Sean brings us his triller The Diary, Joe brings us his drama, comedy Touched, Alan has the fifthh installment of The Creator, The Goose is back after a long-ish absence with You Picked the Wrong Guy and Alex, a looong time writer has his take on the Halloween saga with Halloween Breakout.

We have a new page - check out some scripts in languages other than English on the Flying Oliver "Do You Have Any Scripts In German" S. Non English Scripts page. (Let me know if you can think of a better name).

October 10, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page Thanks to The Bat Faced Boy for the heads up on 2001 Maniacs, the July 18, 2003 draft of the soon-to-begin-production remake of 2000 Maniacs.

October 9, 2003 - (later that morning) On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to All Movie Scripts. We have the script to the great movie that did poorly in the box office Equilibrium.

October 9, 2003 - No update today. Long day, today. Grooved a bit to Ashley MacIsaac. He has a new CD out with Lay Me Down. I'd recommend, if you are keen on fiddle music played by the best that ever lived that you try Hi How Are You Today or perhaps his latest self titled album Ashley MacIsaac. If you are keen on a punk rock approach to Celtic reels and jigs.

I'd like to say that "This Is Not Your Father's Irish Music", but it was my Father that put me on to this.

October 8, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page thanks to Green Wasabi and DailyScript for this March 9, 1999 first revised draft script of Blood Work.

October 6, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page this just in from All Movie Scripts. We have an August 26th 2001 3rd draft of xXx (originally Triple X).

October 5, 2003 - It is late. It is Sunday Night. I'm crawling the 'net. Do you want to read John's latest review of Taxi Driver? No? How about reading stuff you aren't suppose to read on the 'net like Abbie Hoffman's Steal this Book, or Cortney Love's Music and Piracy or Douglas Adam's The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy. This and more at Gnutenberg.

How about a 'cult classic' for our generation? I don't why I put up this link to a transcript of Office Space on the Movie Scripts page. Seems everybody already knows it by heart. Shout out to Justin and Jean for making that possible. {Now, just what in the heck does "Shout Out" mean? I hear it all the time when I pause on MTV while channel surfing. I guess it means, "Golly, Thank you so much..."}

Oh, yeah. Looks like Movie Scripts and Screenplays got their own domain. Wanna guess what the name is? How about How is that for original?

I'm off to read about the Great Anime Puzzle. By the Way, in addition to bragging rights, the winner (as determined by Alan and myself) will receive a free "" Tee-Shirt. (*void where prohibited. Friends and family of Alan and Don are exluded. Alan and Don are exluded. Your mailing address must work in English. Note: the "" tee-shirt is an actual tee-shirt worn by the webmaster with the word "" written on the front in indelible ink. It is a pretty crappy prize to tell you the truth.)

October 4, 2003 - New TV Script Contest on the Announcements Page.

Eight new scripts on the Unproduced Scripts page. Arturo brings us the excellently formatted When Darkness Falls. F.S. has a sequel Hellblazer II: Royal Blood. T.J. gives us his take on Superman with Superman: THe Last SOn of Krypton. Joshua has his drama piece So Little Hope. Both Alan and Matt have come out with another episode of their respective series The Creator and Twilight Realm and Doug tries his hand with Hit Me

October 2, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page, Daily Script scores a first revised draft of True Crime with the help of Green Wasabi.

October 1, 2003 - On the Movie Scripts Page, All Movie Scripts scores a working draft of The Lion King. Pretty Cool!

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