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SimplyScripts Screenwriting Discussion Board    One Week Challenge    October, 2011 One Week Challange  ›  10/11 OWC Reader's Choice and Guess who wrote what
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 Reader's Choice
The Open Casket (11 votes)
28.21%
The Last Stop (5 votes)
12.82%
Forever Thine (4 votes)
10.26%
Our Lady of Eternal Suffering (3 votes)
7.69%
Payer Fedris - A Gothic Dream Tax (2 votes)
5.13%
Veil of Blood (2 votes)
5.13%
Asylum (2 votes)
5.13%
Open House With An Empty Heart (1 votes)
2.56%
The Stone Within (1 votes)
2.56%
The Lonley Tenant (1 votes)
2.56%
Mischief At Morley House (1 votes)
2.56%
The Executioner (1 votes)
2.56%
Sweep (1 votes)
2.56%
Allured (1 votes)
2.56%
The Madness of Time (1 votes)
2.56%
A Dance in the Dark (1 votes)
2.56%
Annabel (1 votes)
2.56%
The Truth (0 votes)
0%
The Woods (0 votes)
0%
The Haunted Tale of James O'Neil (0 votes)
0%
House Proud (0 votes)
0%
Traceless (0 votes)
0%
Castle Trouble (0 votes)
0%
Falling Angels (0 votes)
0%
Revenant Stand (0 votes)
0%
Satanas (0 votes)
0%
Together Again… Someday (0 votes)
0%
Reaparations (0 votes)
0%
Betrayal (0 votes)
0%
All That Remains (0 votes)
0%
A Price To Pay (0 votes)
0%
No Balls (0 votes)
0%
Innocence Condemned (0 votes)
0%
Abracadabra (0 votes)
0%
Mr. Daniels (0 votes)
0%
My Love (0 votes)
0%
Condemned Sanctuary (0 votes)
0%
39 Votes Total
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Reef Dreamer
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 2:42pm Report to Moderator
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oh sod it, here's a few guesses.

I hope no one is offended, afterall i really dont know anybody here or their writing style.

Asylum - Phil - why? - seems to like dark humour as seen in the last OWC, Annie
Executioner - Kevin - why? - he lives in the area, yup, no better reason than that
Payer - Sandra why? - seems her style, oh no i mentioned style
Dance in the Dark - Greg - why? - purely beacuse he wrote a humous one last time
Veil of Blood - Jeff!!! - why? - dont know. Thought he may have put one in  before setting off and he likes blood.
Last Stop - based in london, (ie not the USA) is this a clue?? oh well how about Eoin.

ok, not much depth to those but  a start.

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ReneC
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 2:52pm Report to Moderator
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I'm a wild card entry for sure. A cup of java to whoever guesses which one's mine.  


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leitskev
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 3:04pm Report to Moderator
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I have the feeling Last Call is from someone new here. So that could be Rene. Or someone who we haven't heard from. Or...someone new who just started reviewing in the last couple of days.
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mcornetto
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 3:25pm Report to Moderator
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Quoted from Scar Tissue Films
I didn't vote.

Read about 9 or so, and didn't think it was fair.


That's a reasonable representative sample.  Completely fair to vote based on that.
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greg
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 3:40pm Report to Moderator
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Gabe probably did Last Call.  Kevin I have pegged for Our Lady of Eternal Suffering.  And I'm still saying Balt for Open Casket despite what he says


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Baltis.
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 3:41pm Report to Moderator
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I read all but 4 in the end, and while it sounds a bit unfair to have voted -- the scripts I didn't read had very poor responses from the reviewers... I will go back and read them, just to say I did, though.   I've got like 9 or 10 reviews to post today and tomorrow of the scripts I still haven't posted up about.  I've been struggling for time the last 2 weeks.
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jwent6688
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 4:16pm Report to Moderator
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Wherever I go, there Jwent.

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Which one is Last Call? I'll guess Rene  as well for Last Stop. Gonna have to go with Eoin or Greg for OPen Casket. Especially since Greg insists Balt wrote it. Other then that, I know many others from PMs during the week and won't name those...

Mine got kudos for formatting and being straight-forward. Just no Gothic feel.

James


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leitskev
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 4:16pm Report to Moderator
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Our Lady was a good tale, Greg, I'd be proud to claim it. A time loop that creates a ghost and a holy site among the ancient Anglo Saxons, cool concept. Not mine, unfortunately.
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Ryan1
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Quoted from leitskev
I have the feeling Last Call is from someone new here..


Are we talking about The Last Stop?   I thought some of the cockney slang was well done, but some of the other word choices made me think this was actually written by an American, possibly a Canadian.

On the other hand, because of those final supers, I thought Falling Angels was written by someone French.  The writer seemed to have a personal knowledge of the history of the cathedral.  So Michel is a distinct possibility for that one, and I seem to remember there was one other poster who mentioned they were French.

A few other wild guesses:

Reaparations - Michael
Revenant Stand - Gary
Veil of Blood - Baltis
Sweep - CM Hall
Our Lady of Eternal Suffering - SteveUK

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leitskev
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 4:24pm Report to Moderator
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I don't think Angels is French. Not with the Americans parachuting in.  Definitely someone that likes history.
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michel
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Quoted from Ryan1
So Michel is a distinct possibility for that one,


Sorry. it wasn't mine....


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michel
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Quoted from leitskev
I don't think Angels is French. (...).  Definitely someone that likes history.


What does it mean?


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Eoin
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Quoted from Reef Dreamer
oh sod it, here's a few guesses.


Last Stop - based in london, (ie not the USA) is this a clue?? oh well how about Eoin.




I don't live in London, I'm Irish and I didn't enter the OWC
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leitskev
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Michel, sorry about the way that sounded. I know the French love history, those were separate observations. I figured the story is written by an American just because of the ending. And then I figured it was that rare American who likes history, based on the research involved, the knowledge of history. I meant no offense. I know the French love history!
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DarrenJamesSeeley
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I also think Baltis wrote Veil of Blood.
It kind of has the alignment he described - but it's a case where it would be minor nitpick at best, something that can (and should be) ignored. Even I ignored one of my usual pet peeves (bold headers) because I thought it was well done.

Balt, if you didn't write Blood, take it as a high compliment -
for the person who wrote it also take it as a strong praise.

There are a small handful yet which I didn't read both due to time issues and the fact that only a small number of few names/faces actually attempted to respond. But I also think there was someone new 'Agent Dale Cooper' who may have put a script in here and it may have been one of the better ones. I'll take a wild guess and say Last Call for Coop.

Asylum is Bert.







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