This pitch goes on for about 6 or 7 minutes... but here is a quick snippet! Learn More @ > https://www.stage32.com/profile/667776/Screenplay/Projectcd ... + See All PROMOS @ > https://www.stage32.com/profile/667776/photos
This is a promo clip to an original horror spec screenplay of mine. Title Reveal coming later this month right here on Stage32! Learn More @ > https://www.stage32.com/profile/667776/Screenplay/Projectcd
This is an Australian made for TV film that has remained memorable to me over the years. It still holds up quite well even now, especially this scene here.... and there is an HD version of this film out there somewhere... for those who have never seen it.
This is a promo video to an original horror spec screenplay of mine. Title Reveal coming on Nov 22nd right here on Stage32! Learn More @ > https://www.stage32.com/profile/667776/Screenplay/Projectcd Also see promo pics @ > https://www.stage32.com/profile/667776/photos
One thing that's always stood out to me when rewatching this cult classic is how well edited it is ... Sure we can talk about the iconic music and a lot of other things that the film got right ( on a budget of only 800k ) but for a Stephen King adaptation, Children of the Corn has always remained memorable to me... and that slooooow unsheathing of the knife is great! - REPLAY
READ FIRST: If only I was dressed in grungy hooded attire in which you couldn't see my face, only blackness under the hood... and then reaching for... grasping... and swinging a real scythe! > PRESS PLAY!
Great Scene & Soundtrack (not all of it) & one of Ridley Scott's most underrated films. Based on a true story in which the brigantine ALBATROSS, a school ship, went over in a White Squall. Three students, the wife of the captain, and the cook all perished in the freak accident. And speaking of a white squall, does anyone know what one is? ...it's described in the screenplay as a wall of wind and water, something rarely ever seen at sea... a freak storm so to speak. Check out part of...