Mark S Reynolds

Mark S Reynolds

Creator/Co-host at Make My Damn Movie Podcast
Screenwriter

Washington, D. C.

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September 2016
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About Mark

Mark S Reynolds is the creator and co-host of the popular industry podcast, "Make My Damn Movie", a comedy podcast about the movie & entertainment business (listener discretion advised).

Before "Make My Damn Movie", Mark enjoyed a well-established career in radio broadcasting in medium and major markets. He held positions as Vice President of Programming, Operations Manager, Program Director, Music Director, Talk Show Host and Morning Show Host.

Seeking a new challenge, he switched gears from broadcasting to achieve a long-standing goal of owning a global franchise, which he accomplished.

After a few years, he found himself waxing nostalgic with his staff about his early days in radio. The overwhelming opinion was, "that should be a movie". The idea intrigued Mark, so off he went to craft those early events into a screenplay without having a clue how to actually write a script, embarking on a mission to teach himself how to do just that.

Since then, Mark has completed several original comedy screenplays with stories and characters that appeal to broad audiences. Many of these scripts have placed highly in several screenplay competitions and are sure to resonate with the masses.

In addition to writing, Mark also created the movie industry/screenwriting hit podcast, "Make My Damn Movie" where he and co-host Tom Swain discuss the trials and tribulations of attempting to get a movie produced... and other fun stuff too. Check it out! Available on Apple Podcasts as well as every other podcast platform...

Unique traits: Creator and co-host of The "Make My Damn Movie" Podcast

Loglines

  • Radio Chaos

    Radio Chaos Budget: $5M - $10M | Comedy Music A gung-ho teen in 1981 recruits college-aged rebels to hijack a sleazy owner's rural radio station to use it as an audition to land a job at the number one rock station in the city.

  • Hit Escape

    Hit Escape Budget: $5M - $10M | Fantasy Comedy A crestfallen LA lawyer is transported back to 1983 Daytona Beach in her 18-year-old body to relive a day she’s been longing for and faces having to make a choice to stay and carve-out a new path in life or return to gloomy present-day.

  • Sleeper Car

    Sleeper Car Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy A pragmatic advertising executive who is in a slump befriends a wise porter and a kind-hearted prostitute on a miserable train trip to a crucial meeting, but gets side-tracked in an unfamiliar world. 

  • The Flip Side

    The Flip Side Budget: $5M - $10M | Comedy An unlikely alliance of high school stoners and jocks join forces in 1977 to hatch a zany scheme to stop their meddling principal’s attempt to keep them from working at a popular burger joint. 

  • Stealing Stone

    Stealing Stone Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy A feisty woman kidnaps a fading action movie star who is desperately seeking a comeback so her best friend can move in on his much younger wife.   

  • The Pickle Hut

    The Pickle Hut Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy The wicked dethroned best pickle champion and her deviant granddaughters plot against the sweet young woman that took her coveted title. 

  • Cookin' On Air

    Cookin' On Air Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Looking to produce a TV program of their own, the stylish hosts of a popular cooking show travel to rural West Virginia to persuade two young, homespun chefs to move to New York City and become television stars.

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