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Posted: May 23rd, 2015, 3:18pm Report to Moderator
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Quoted from Max
elevator going to heaven... down to hell ect.


Something tells me the title "Hellevator" is taken.

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Just submitted mine. No penguins were harmed in the writing of my script.

May god have mercy on our souls.


I wish I could say the same.  I had 10000000 penguins harmed in mine.  And 50mil elephants.  And 30mil tigers.  Noah's ark ran ashore in an elevator.  You try cramming that much into a storage elevator.

Parts are parts folks.

And to think, this was shot on a $5.00 budget...

Yeah, I might have failed the parameters of the challenge...

On the plus side, I promise to read everyone who submitted.  I enjoy reading ideas about sex, murder, and umm, sex, murder,  oh, and laughing.  Hopefully not at the sex and murder...


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My ideas were so cliche for this. Elevator opening up to a brick wall ect, elevator going to heaven... down to hell ect.

Typical garbage.



Now, now. Don't make folks remember the ending subtext of Alan Parker's Angel Heart (1987) now!



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I wish I could say the same.  I had 10000000 penguins harmed in mine.  And 50mil elephants.  And 30mil tigers.  Noah's ark ran ashore in an elevator.  You try cramming that much into a storage elevator.



I killed no 'guins.I killed no 'phants
no tigs not even the skeeters.
Killin' time
ah!
now that's summptin else!


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Now, now. Don't make folks remember the ending subtext of Alan Parker's Angel Heart (1987) now!


Hey, I liked Angel Heart.  It wasn't perfect, but, there was some good stuff in that movie.  And I'm not just talking about Lisa Bonet.


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I never saw any elevator movies so it was too hard to come up with one. Sorry.
Good luck to everyone, I'll read as many as I can.
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I've never seen any elevator movies either. I did read Charlie and the Glass Elevator as a kid though, so maybe that has helped.

My short is actually very close to that... I hope Roald doesn't get too mad.


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I've never seen any elevator movies either. I did read Charlie and the Glass Elevator as a kid though, so maybe that has helped.

My short is actually very close to that... I hope Roald doesn't get too mad.


Yeah I remember that book, I preferred The Twits though... loved that.

I like this writer called Paul Jennings as well, you might've heard of him... I loved his stories.

My favorite book tho, from my childhood was Creature Teacher... a goosebumps book.


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My ideas were so cliche for this. Elevator opening up to a brick wall ect, elevator going to heaven... down to hell ect.

Typical garbage.



I will be surprised if we don't get some of those; it is the obvious way to go. As long as they are entertaining and try to do it with a bit of a different slant on it I'm sure all will be good.


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Good news. One of my favourite writers. But I bet I will guess yours...there's a challenge

Hey, Don...I appreciate you work hard for little return, but a few scripts posted tomorrow would be appreciated.

Cheers


Bill,

I will start posting tomorrow.  

Don


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Film called "Elevator" on Netflix, I enjoyed it as a time waster but it wasn't anything special.

A good single setting location film was "The Exam", again... not anything special but it was tyring to be original.


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Well theres a low/no budget requirement so no blow ups snakes in an elevator or other weird stuff. Even sex is not cheap to film...
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Well theres a low/no budget requirement so no blow ups snakes in an elevator or other weird stuff. Even sex is not cheap to film...


Okay, I gotta ask, why not?

Are we talking about sex or porn?

I mean, 2 naked people going at it.  I know you have to work camera angles and what not and the other rules for not showing porn, but, it doesn't strike me as being THAT hard to film, as long as they are willing to be naked.


Please read my scripts:
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Even sex is not cheap to film...


Says the voice of experience.


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Yeah I remember that book, I preferred The Twits though... loved that.

I like this writer called Paul Jennings as well, you might've heard of him... I loved his stories.

My favorite book tho, from my childhood was Creature Teacher... a goosebumps book.


I missed Paul Jennings. By 85 I was reading the likes of Pratchett, Tom Holt and Piers Anthony.


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I missed Paul Jennings. By 85 I was reading the likes of Pratchett, Tom Holt and Piers Anthony.


I LOVED Piers Anthony's work.  I read a bunch of Xanth novels and a few others like the Phthor series...  (or was that the name of the book?  The one where the guy ends up on the prison planet naked for his crimes of loving his wife to death)...

I always have wondered why is Xanth not on the big screen?  Those early stories A spell for Chameleon, Night Mare, Dragon on a Pedestal, Centaur Aisle, etc were such good stories.  His puns were amazing.  

Why has no one ever made a movie out of them?  Alas, I stopped reading them more then a decade ago, but, I had to have read quite a few, more then 8...


Please read my scripts:
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