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Philostrate
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Hey Warren,

I read this one yesterday and really liked it - well written, with a crafted structure and a balanced mix of suspense and tension - but didn't comment because there was nothing left to say.

I agree that this is one of your best scripts, your writing has reached another level.

Good job!


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You're a good writer [Matthew], you need to stop with the disclaimers about your ability, I think you know more than enough to be an asset to other writers on SS.

I completely agree.



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I agree also!




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Ah shucks  

Thanks guys - Iíll tone down the disclaimer stuff lol


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Quoted from Matthew Taylor


That's kind of you to say. I guess it's because I haven't sold anything or had anything produced, feel a bit like a fraud giving advice to others lol the disclaimer is more of a warning to new writers who don't know me and may take what I say as gospel.



I don't think having something sold or produced is nesassarily a gauge of talent.

For a very long time I wrote low budget horror with low budget filmmakers in mind. I think if you write enough of them, at some point you'll get something made just because that's what a lot of young, amateur filmmakers seem to want.

I'm much prouder of my dramas and comedies that my horrors in terms of the writing, but I'm also thankful that my horrors have given me a few credits and produced films.


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Hey Warren,

I read this one yesterday and really liked it - well written, with a crafted structure and a balanced mix of suspense and tension - but didn't comment because there was nothing left to say.

I agree that this is one of your best scripts, your writing has reached another level.

Good job!


Thanks mate, appreciate the kind words


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Hey, Warren. I owe you a few reads, so here's one.

Really impressive writing on display here. Concise action descriptions, zero fat. Makes for a super fast read. No issues on this front.

Story-wise, this is right up my alley. I love how dark this is. I should take notes. You really draw the dad as an awful person without being too graphic. Pretty horrific stuff, here.

Like the use of a harvester as the vehicle, though I do think you could have milked the suspense just a bit more.

I also like the way you used Supers with the time jumps.

My only real suggestion would be to not reveal that Abigail has a prosthetic arm until the very end. I think it'll have more punch.

Still, this ticks all the boxes for me. Definitely one of the better entries that I've read. Great work here, Dude. I'll be coming back to this script for some notes.



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