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Round 2 Scores:


3.52380952380952 Bygones by Matthew Taylor (Matthew Taylor) writing as Hindsight - A remorseful old man gets a unique chance to make a better choice. - Short, Sci Fi, Thriller

3.52380952380952 Ash Hole by David C Lambertson (eldave1) writing as Nameless - A fitting celebration of one's life. - Short, Comedy

3.40909090909091 One Mississippi by Paul Knauer (PKCardinal) writing as Ed - A family trip to Myrtle Beach goes awry. - Short, Comedy

3.39130434782609 A Sea of Stars by Rene Claveau (ReneC) writing as Elliot - Hope for rescue is all that's left for two people in the middle of the ocean. - Short, Sci Fi

3.31818181818182 Monster of Rock by Rob Herzog (Rob) writing as Slash - A fan discovers a grotesque piece of rock memorabilia. - Short, Horror

3.16666666666667 It Must Be Something In The Water by Michael J Kospiah (spesh2k) writing as Haywood Jabolomey - A peaceful day fishing becomes a struggle for survival when a father and son see something fall out of the sky and into the water... something otherworldly. - Short, Sci Fi

3.13636363636364 Blind Justice by Marnie Mitchell (mmmarnie) writing as Zane Blue - Thinking he's gotten away with murder, a man realizes there is more than one type of justice. - Short, Crime

3 Acolyte by Owen Herity (Geezis) writing as Casey Jones - A train station guard waiting to go home is surprised by the last package of the night. - Short, Horror

2.95454545454545 Feeling Justified by Zack Akers (Zack) writing as Seth Gecko - A hardened detective gets a chance at closure. Content Warning - Short, Horror

2.95238095238095 Sweet Brandy by Steve Miles (stevemiles) writing as Not Him, The Other Guy - A plain-spoken father recounts a tale of childhood tragedy in an ill-judged attempt to comfort his grieving teenage son. - Short, Dark Comedy

2.9047619047619 Lure by Mark Renshaw (markrenshaw) writing as The Fisherman - An inventor time travels into the near future and finds himself waist-deep in water and neck-deep in a whole lot of trouble. - Short, Sci Fi

2.86363636363636 The Deepest, Darkest Water by Frank MacCrory (FrankM) writing as Fjord Explorer - Disaster strikes the first manned mission to Europa. - Short, Sci Fi

2.85 Dark Waters by Max Ruddock (Max Ruddock) writing as Rushed? Moi? - A team of researchers looking for the fabled Loch Ness Monster come across something far more terrifying. - Short, Sci Fi

2.81818181818182 Live Bait by Steven Clark (SteveClark) writing as Jean Splycer - A day of relaxation and fishing was what they expected, but that’s so not what they’re going to catch. - Short, Sci Fi, Thriller

2.76190476190476 Ashes to Ashens by Joe Garza (SPQR) writing as Godfrey Park - Love finds a way in the strangest of places. - Short, Romantic Comedy

2.75 Queen of the Deep by James Barron (MarkItZero) writing as Marin - A damaged woman takes to the sea to find her true calling. - Short, Thriller, Sci Fi

2.75 Guantanamo by Gerasimos Rozis (Gerasimos) writing as Nalon R. - An Arab takes part in a scientific experiment that explores his brain and extracts his memory data. But is his participation truly voluntary? - Short, Sci Fi, Thriller

2.7 Destination Unknown by Mark Moore (Irisheyes) writing as Couldn't be bothered to come up with a psudonym .   - A Subway ride takes a man on the most unwanted journey. - Short, Horror

2.68181818181818 A Game With Dad by Claudio Saez (Claudio) writing as Un & Dis Qualified - An oblivious man brings his Dad's remains to a baseball game. - Short, Comedy

2.65217391304348 Somewhere Beyond the Sea by Anthony Cawood (AnthonyCawood) writing as Nemo - Special Forces Marines undertake a time-critical mission and find something unexpected beneath the waves. - Short, Sci Fi

2.65 The Lake by Warren Duncan (Warren) writing as The One That Got Away - The annual family fishing trip becomes a choice between the past and present when a mysterious object falls from the sky. - Short, Sci Fi

2.54545454545455 A Bite Out Of Time by John Staats (JEStaats) writing as A Writer Out Of Time - A decades long experiment in ecological remediation results in unexpected consequence. - Short, Sci Fi

2.40909090909091 Honor Thy Father by Todd Robinson (tsyho1989SS) writing as Todd Robinson - To fulfill their father's last wish, two Giants fans embark on a mission to sneak into Dodgers stadium and curse the plumbing. - Short, Comedy

2.33333333333333 Too Good to be True by Lonnie Lapierre (LonnieLapierre) writing as No name - A grieving widow and her bestie find out if it's too good to be true, it probably is. - Short, Comedy

2.21052631578947 Awakening by Christopher Brown (Cacutshaw) writing as The Hunter - A superhero is called upon to save commuters stuck in the subways. But what waits for him there might be more than his match. - Short, Horror

2.1304347826087 Sins & Souls by Yuvraj Rajwanshi (Yuvraj) writing as Bad One - A guy minding his own business is interrupted by a stranger. - Short, Crime

1.91304347826087 Lake Search by Mark Dykshoorn (MarkD) writing as Greg Lake - Two men search for their colleagues who went missing. - Short, Thriller

1.91304347826087 Coco by Ariel Yang (Bort) writing as One With The Water - Cass and Spence just want to go to this dope art party. - Short, Comedy



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Congratulations, Matthew!

Paul and Dave, too. A bunch of cool scripts this round.


WITCH HUNT - horror, 77 pgs

THE 1997 TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE - horror, 82 pgs

HERE COMES THE BOGEYMAN - horror, 24 pgs
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Maybe Matthew will begin to believe now.  

Well done, and to you also Dave. A tie for first is pretty rare, and it's deserved.


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Quoted from ReneC
Maybe Matthew will begin to believe now.  

Well done, and to you also Dave. A tie for first is pretty rare, and it's deserved.


Maybe running it out a few dozen more decimal places will settle who came in first


Feature-length scripts:
Who Wants to Be a Princess? (Family)
Glass House (Horror anthology)

TV pilots:
"Kord" (Fantasy)
"Mal Suerte" (Superhero)

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Congratulations Matthew and Dave. It is always gratifying to see the good ones at or near the top. Well done to everyone who entered, this was a grand round.


For more of my scripts, stories, produced movies and the ocassional blog, check out my new website. CLICK
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Thanks all (just saw this thread)



My Scripts can all be seen here:

http://dlambertson.wix.com/scripts
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I'm not gonna lie, when I finished writing Bygones I was bloody chuffed with it lol glad others enjoyed it too.

Well done to you too, Dave, I think Ash-hole is my favourite title of all the entries so far  


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor
I'm not gonna lie, when I finished writing Bygones I was bloody chuffed with it lol glad others enjoyed it too...

Except your wife was a bit meh about it, right?  
Or was that just the first round?


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Except your wife was a bit meh about it, right?  
Or was that just the first round?


First-round she was bored
Second-round she was confused
Third-round she said, "You want me to read another one?"... So I gave her wine instead


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor


First-round she was bored
Second-round she was confused
Third-round she said, "You want me to read another one?"... So I gave her wine instead


You're doing it right.


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