Michael Arscott is a Canadian-born screenwriter with a penchant for writing gripping Science Fiction and Adventure stories. It is his quest to share with others the amazement and wonder he experienced as a boy.
As kids, he and his brother created model space ships from poster board, and played out fantastic stories together. With his creative gateway opened, Michael discovered just how alien something can be when it's human, and how human something can be when it's alien. This epiphany ignited his passion for storytelling.
In hot pursuit to hone his craft, he attended and graduated from Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida. It was at school that he learned that every grain of sand, speck of dirt, and gust of wind has a story. He now seeks to find those stories, follow their journey, and present them in a compelling style.
Michael's career was elevated when his short script, Face the Fear, was published in The Aviator. With that accomplishment and a wealth of knowledge, Michael continues his journey. He is now shopping his Sci-Fi TV pilot script, Red Rose, and writing a feature-length action/spy thriller, and new draft of his supernatural/drama feature script, A Very Bad Day.
The Sleep-Fear Manifest Horror A Psychiatrist turns to an imaginary friend and an old diary to unlock the secret to destroy The Sack Man, a malevolent spirit that abducted his sister years ago, and which now threatens the life of a young cancer patient.
Face the Fear Horror In this short script, a woman comes under attack by a creature in her apartment. After seeking psychiatric help and recovering from trauma, she tries to return to a normal life. However, she sees signs that the creature will return to finish what it started.
Full Sail University