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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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Breanne Mattson
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 5:55pm Report to Moderator
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Quoted from Grandma Bear
I thought Breanne wrote Open Casket.  


I actually wasn’t as impressed with Open Casket as everyone else. I think it’s pretty good but not in my top three. I think The Last Stop is clearly the best of the bunch.

As far as guessing authors, a couple of people sent me pms after I reviewed their scripts and divulged their identities so I won’t guess those, although I would have been right on both counts.

The Last Stop - I believe Bert may have written it. I recall he loved a feature set at a carnival in one of the script clubs.

Open Casket or The Stone Within - I think Richard (scar tissue) may have written one of those.


Breanne


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Scar Tissue Films
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 6:00pm Report to Moderator
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I had Phil down for Open Casket and Sandra for Payer.

Couldn;t guess at any others.
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wonkavite
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 7:19pm Report to Moderator
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Okay - my guess.  Balt for Veil of Blood.  Bert for Open Casket, or Forever Thine....

That's the best I can do...  Outta ideas.

BTW - I really hope we're gonna know who comes in for the top five, not just #1!!!  
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rdhay
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Woohoo! Just finished reading them all I voted for my favorite, but it's not winning...yet;)

As for guesses, the only one I've got is Payer Fedris - Sandra all the way! Other than that, I'm still not quite familiar enough with everyone's styles to have a clue.
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greg
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I got my votes in.  3 recommend with another 3 on the bubble and a fair amount of considers.



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irish eyes
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There`s too much blood in my alcohol

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Eoin

I was waiting for you to respond to that link..based in London must be EOIN!!!

Oh how I laughed at that.


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Sandra Elstree.
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 8:12pm Report to Moderator
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What if the Hokey Pokey, IS what it's all about?

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It might well be that Bert wrote The Last Stop. Two of the top three were favorites of mine. And yes, they are the overall favorites for whatever reason. The Open Casket in my opinion really nailed the rich environment that needed to be demonstrable. Sweep and A Price to Pay were also strong contenders for me with Sweep's powerful images and dialogue like,

"LOUISE
Most sound is painful for him. So,
when something is pleasant he's... almost tipsy...


And A Price to Pay's use of the repetitions that really called up the images in me-- Jennifer and that lock thrice over and returning to the stain. It just really worked on me.

Sandra



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jwent6688
Posted: October 25th, 2011, 9:17pm Report to Moderator
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Mmmmmm.... Starbucks!


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darrentomalin
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I managed to read all the scripts and vote, left feedback for all of them too - that's how much time I have had this last fortnight!
Couldn't guess at authors as I haven't been around long enough to get familiar with everyones styles,


http://darrentomalin.webs.com/index.htm

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Dreamscale
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As always, this kid knows pretty much who wrote what, and it's amazing how far off most of you are with your guesses.  You'll be surprised with the reveal of many of these.


To ski or not to ski...that's not even a question.
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Quoted from Breanne Mattson

I think The Last Stop is clearly the best of the bunch.


I totally agree! Those visuals were just amazing
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I'm going to read a couple more before I put in my vote.  Looks like 'The Last Stop' is definitely one to check out before voting.


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CindyLKeller
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I put in my vote, but goofed.  

I meant for it to go to The Executioner. I liked that one the best.

Cindy


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Electric Dreamer
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I voted for Forever Thine.

For the same reason I enjoyed the Remnant script from the last OWC.
I got caught up in it and I didn't see the end coming.
That's the bar high, right there. You caught me napping.

There was the near unanimous literal interpretation of the theme.
Transparent previous OWC transplants aside, I was impressed overall.
This was a tough nut of a theme to crack and I enjoyed the reads.

Thanks for sharing and keeping these forums crackling.

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rc1107
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All right.  I'm going to put my vote in after work tonight and after I read 'Open House with an Empty Heart'.  Are there any others I should check out before I miss the voting deadline that might challenge my top 3?

As of right now, my top 3 are 'Veil of Blood', 'Open Casket', and 'The Executioner'.  (They may or may not be my favorites in any particular order.)


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