Screenwriter, lyricist, schemer and dreamer a Jill of a couple of trades a dragon slayer to boot I'm fighting hordes in Romero's Zombie capital to create awesome stories.
Name: Chris Ryves
Lives in: State College, Pennsylvania
Occupation: Screenwriter and Editor
Unique traits: Pathos-heavy character based dramatic comedies. High concept action/horror. Satire too when the mood strikes.
The Road Killer
Film by Jon Craig (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Writer, Camera and Electrical Department, Actor, Casting director, Producer A town is terrorized by a series of vicious hit and runs.
A Dark Place
Film by Bello Galadanchi (Mystery and Thriller) Writer This suspense-thriller combines groundbreaking cinematography and thought-provoking music, to tell the story of two men whose lives are turned upside down by the mysterious contents of a safe. When Carter relocates to a quaint Pennsylvania town to care for his ailing mother things go surprisingly well. Almost immediately he befriends Joey, the talkative local bar owner. But when his mother's medical bills pile up things quickly spiral out of control and a bewildered Carter soon finds he has less then 48 hours to repay Steve, a local loan shark with a violent reputation. When Joey confides in Carter that he too is in desperate need of money, the two men become deeply entangled in a deceptive web of adultery, blackmail and murder. Written by MPA Management Group
Film by Isaac Williams (Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department After hearing of their fathers mysterious death, the five privileged Mosier sisters are forced to return home to claim their share of the family inheritance. With an ironclad will, Charles Mosier, the Patriarch of the family, grants his heirs the fortune necessary to protect their financial future. But after losing her identity as her fathers keeper, oldest daughter Kathryn seizes the opportunity to unleash decades of pent up hostility and resentment. But Kathryn isn't the only one with something to prove. Each member of the family has a price to pay, and as the weekend unfolds, they find it can't be paid in cash. Written by Julie Ufema