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RayW
Posted: December 1st, 2010, 5:09pm Report to Moderator
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Wow. Forgot I did this and hadn't tacked it on here.

I compiled this for a trope reference for next year.
Often people complain/grieve/unduly note too many stories along the same lines, so I wanted to see where the percentiles plopped to give people the opportunity to "consider" something "less utilized" the next go-round.

Assuming you even care, if I categorized your story in the wrong trope (and some were tough to determine) changing them is no big whup.

They're pretty broad categories.
Stories listed alphabetically by title.


Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Possessions & Spirits

A Bad Night by Joe Garza
Ghost story - intense drama - PG-13 for drinking - Family discussion on ill fated anniversary finds the past coming to haunt them as a ghost.

A Tale That Wasn't Right by Jeff Bush (dreamscale)
Ghost story - parody pisstake - R for graphic language, drug use, and sexual innuendo - ghost hunters offer leg bones to pacify WC whaler's ghost.

Black Aggie by Ryan Lee (ryan1) Writer's Choice
Killer ghost possession - intense drama - R for graphic violence, nudity and sex - Paranormal investigators find the murderous ghost of a devil worshiping nun.

Condemned by Ray W (rayw)
Ghost story - dark humor - PG-13 for bloody & graphic images - WC senior & pregnant woman are sacrificed by vampire to remove ghost and ghoul from house.

Devil's Night by Michael K. Snyder
Ghost story - intense drama - Rated R for language and graphic violence - Young people, stranded by vehicle in bad weather, seek shelter in an abandoned house finding it haunted.

Hell's House A.K.A. Devil's Home by Veselin Stoqnov
H3ll house - intense drama - PG-13 for scary situation and blood - Teens are trapped, scared & killed by a haunted house.

The House That Roared (link is MIA) by Michael G. Harrop (screenrider)
Evil spirit in house - intense drama - PG-13 for intense situation - Teens use ouiga board and stunts to scare another before the real spirit attacks.

House of Malvado by Stephen Wells (steveuk) Submitted to iScript for final selection Writer's Choice
Haunted house - teen drama - PG-13 for language and underage smoking - Friends scare the jerk third wheel only to have the real ghost scare them.

Inner Demons by Mario Perrotta (coldsnap)
Haunted house - intense drama  - PG-13 for spooky images - A wife seeks council from the clergy about the horrific effects a house has on her husband before it expells them all.

The Kline Manor Pledge by Baltis Sinclair Schuller (baltis) Writer's Choice
Haunted house - intense drama - R for blood and gore - Frat pledge, girl and WC bum are killed by a ghost in an abandoned mansion.

No Trespassing by Ariel (free2write)
Evil spirit in house - intense drama - PG-13 for bloody scenes - kids in an abandoned house are persecuted by the evil spirit that haunts it.

The Old House by Rob Grotnick (Ryan1)
Ghost story - dark farce - PG-13 for disturbing images - Teens find out the rumors of midnight clown ghosts are not only true but they're also homocidal ghost clowns.

One Stormy Night by Matt Layden (the usual suspect)
Ghost story - intense drama - PG-13 for bloody violence - Thug pair are perplexed by a little girl that just won't die.

Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine by Gabriel Moronta (mr. ripley)
Ghost posession - spooky drama - PG-13 for violence - Friends are possessed by body hopping, violent  ghosts.

Satan's Secret Surprise by Greg Baldwin (greg)
Human sacrifice to summon Satan - intense drama - R for language and graphic violence -  WC senior sacraficed to remove mutation of lovers.

To Know by James Williams (jwent6688 )
Spook house - intense drama - R for graphic violence and language - Couple trapped in haunted house, WC man killed first.

The Unconquered by Khamanna Iskandarova (khamanna)
Good ghosts - uplifting drama - PG-13 for blood - A ghost couple resist allowing a corruptive haunted house from consuming more souls.

Victim by Gary (abe from la)
Killer spirit possession - intense drama - PG-13 for subject and frightening images - Police interrogate a witness to murders disscovering he's possessed by a witch's spirit.

Widow's Walk by Brett Martin (electric dreamer)
Summoning of an pirate's ghost - intense drama - PG-13 for violence and intense imagery - Mother resurects the ghost of her son's father for destruction, freeing her son.

You Can Never Leave by George Willson (tubkas)
H3ll house of creeps - intense drama - PG-13 for intense situation - Purgatory house eternally traps a man to live amonst creepy occupants in unpleasant circumstances.


Monsters and Physical Non-Human Things

Chastity by Trent Carroll (theboywonder)
Soul sucking siren - intense drama - PG-13/R for sexuality and intense scenes - Another young man is seduced by and lost to a soul sucking siren.

Figments by Gary Rademan (grademan)
Military vs. aliens - SciFi fantasy - PG-13 for battle scenes - Special task force fights increasingly scary creatures coming from alien portal.

High Time by Sean Chipman (mr. blonde)
Viral animal zombies - intense drama - R for graphic violence - BF/GF & WC child brother evade violent animals in abandoned house with tragic outcome.

Jack And The Goo by Catherine Hall (cmhall) Submitted to iScript for final selection Writer's Choice
Alien goo is bad for you - SciFi drama - PG-13 for intense imagery - A couple seek refuge from flesh eating goo raining down on near future earth, find great help from a local WC bound resident.

The Life Thief by Eric Napolitan (smackedsillyxxx)
Canibal rejuvination - comic horror - R for graphic violence - Young couple explores an abandoned mansion to find a creepy old WC man that eats people to gain eternal life.

Turned by Kenneth P Matovu
Canibals/monsters - intense drama - PG-13 for intense scenes - Family escapes house where others are being killed, only to be killed outside.

Untitled by Brian K. Millard
Classic werewolf tale - fantasy epic - PG-13 for intense drama - Constable seeks answers from WC professor whom becomes the werewolf he seeks.


Madmen and Psychotics

Donor by Jon Barton (johnnyboy)
Madman brute - intense drama - PG-13 for implied mutilation - Psychotic woman abducts people to reconstruct her deceased WC son using their body parts.

A Hollow Hallow's Eve by Josh Geishert (violent josh)
Freak show - comic horror - R for graphic violence - Seeking shelter, a woman finds an abandoned house to be quite occupied by a supreme freak wanting to add her as another manequin guest at the dinner table.

Hoodie by Christopher Bohlsen (kurisuborosen)
Scary madman - intense drama - PG-13 for scary situation - A spectral figure in a hoodie terrorizes a woman and WC man in their home.

Honest Fear by Chad Murtaugh (yosemitesam)
Madman brute - intense drama - R for intense drama and graphic violence - Psychotic brute abducts victims for pointless basement torture.

Killing Albert Einstein by Tim Ratcliffe (trojan)
Mad scientist - humorous pisstake - R for language - S Hawkings receives assistance to go back in time to kill A Einstein via a roller coaster time machine.

Pumpkinseeds by Darren J Seeley (darrenjamesseeley) Writer's Choice
Witch story - fantasy horror - PG-13/R for graphic violence - A WC man finds himself captive of a great witch within her moving house where escape is traumatically futile.

Watching by Stephen Brown (stebrown)
Madman with an ax & mask - gore porn - R for graphic violence and blood - People are being frightened and hacked to death by psychotic with an ax in the basement.

The Zombotard by Gary Murphy (murphy)
Madman genius - Ad hoc farce - R for violence - Abductors have the tables fatally turned by the gun weilding S hawking, but only until resurected as zombies. A musical ensues.


Upset People

Cleansed by Steve McDonell (stevie) Submitted to iScript for final selection Writer's Choice
Revenge killing - intense drama - R for language and violence - On the anniversary of his wife's horrific accident, a husband exacts suicidal revenge on the man who dodged his responsibilities years ago.

Credit Where Due by Shawn Davis (ledbetter) Submitted to iScript for final selection Writer's Choice
Psycho bastard - intense drama - R for language and graphic violence - Old WC man claims to be the second JFK gunman before killing his son, slashing the woman then blowing his own brains out.

* * * The October 2010 OWC selected script by iScript * * *
Glass Rain by Julio Weigend (reaper creeper) Writer's Choice
Occult dabbling - intense drama - R for graphic violence - GF commits surreal suicide after she has BF shoot her brother in the head because she has fouled up her occultism on him for the umpteenth time.

Scars by Shawn Anderson (sanderson)
Revenge killing - intense drama - PG-13 for implied murder - WC brother and disfugured sister seek revenge on the responsible man years later.

Shadows by Malcom Bowman (scoob)
Revenge killing - intense drama - R for graphic violence - Siblings seek mortal revenge on the WC man whom hurt them years ago.

The Thirty-First by Nathaniel Zignego
Family killing - intense drama - PG-13 for intense drama - Jealous man murders his brother and friend.

Three On A Match by Phil Clarke Jr. (dogglebe) Writer's Choice
Psychopath killers - Intense drama - PG-13 for violence - Young psychopath kidnaps old WC bound psychopath from institution to frame for the murder of his GF.

Tomorrow II: Dusklight by R. E. McManus (rendevous)
Auld devil's tail, er... tale - understated devilry - PG-13 for general mischief - A son brings his posh city muppet to visit his country da whose poteen gives her nightmares.

Wheelchair Indemnity by Alanna Carlson
Lover's triangle - soap opera drama - PG for disturbing images - Jealous WC-bound man plans to murder obtuse friends/couple, foiled by vengeful ghosts of prior victims.

A Very Manly Boo-Day by Michael Cornetto (mcornetto)
Impractical revenge jokes - dark farce - R for graphic rape - Practical joke on 'the top' goes awry as 'the bottom' has a monstrous friend "scare the man I love".


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HaHa...well done, Ray!  Well done.

My script is a definite R rated script, though, for graphic language, drug use, and sexual innuendo.


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You can't click the title of the script and be taken directly to it.


Do it over.


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Oh my God. Only once I'd read it through did I realise that you've not only summarised and categorised...

...you've also alphabetised.

Every day you terrify me anew.


Guess who's back? Back again?
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Sorry to be an pedantic arsehole (not an asshole) Ray but in 'Cleansed', the antags were husband and wife not siblings.  And there was no evil spirit involved.

I know all your data has to be spot on( I'm a stickler for that too!) so thought I'd mention it...


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Absolutely on spot with the logline on mine! Very impressive Ray!

Super rabota, moletc prosto! --there aren't enough words in English to express how impressed I am!
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Mine was practically PG, Ray.  I don't know what you're talking about...

But seriously, that was pretty cool.  Your enthusiasm is rockets.


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Steve -
Corrected.
No need to be any kind of hole or for apologies.
There were a lot of stories.
I make mistakes.
You get what you pay for.
Just ask. No big whup.

Khamanna -
Serbian provides the better of most of these translations.
I'm guessing your statement is something pleasant - in which case: Thank you!  

Greg -
   INT. SECOND FLOOR HALLWAY - NIGHT
   WHAM! The old man is thrown to the hard floor at the top of
   the stairs. He groans.
                      OLD MAN
            You...f#cking...f#cks...
   Mara places the wheelchair on the top step and returns the
   old man in it.
                      GRAHAM
            Maybe we shoulda just takin' a
            chance and killed 'im.
                      MARA
            It won't work if he's dead. He's
            gotta be alive.

LOL! Yeah, I'll be looking for that to air right after Dora the Explorer.  



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