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Don
Posted: October 29th, 2011, 4:19pm Report to Moderator
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So, what are you writing?

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Writers are revealed.

The Writer's Choice Voting results will be posted on Monday, October 31st along with the iScript of the selected script.

Don



Condemned Sanctuary by Malcom Bowman (scoob) - Short, Gothic Horror - A mother's candlelight vigil on the fifth anniversary of her son's death is interrupted by an unexpected guest. 11 pages, 5 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

My Love by Harley Wolfe Jr. (Hugh Hoyland) - Short, Gothic Horror -  A grief stricken lover makes a deal with the devil in hopes of being reunited with his lost love. 9 pages, 4 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

Traceless by Brynmor Leyshon (bleyshon) - Short, Gothic Horror - Detective Croft is on the hunt for a serial killer... who doesn't leave a trace. 6 pages, 5 characters, Hard R rating. - pdf, format

Revenant Stand by Ray (ray w) - Short, Gothic Horror - Two men are caught up in a haunting life-ending drama within an ages old forest clearing. 12 pages, 4 major and a dozen minor characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

Abracadabra by Darren J Seeley (DarrenJamesSeeley) - Short, Gothic Horror - An eccentric 19th century magician hired to expose a paranormal fraud gets more than he expected. 12 pages, 5 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format


All That Remains by Breanne Mattson - Short, Gothic Horror -  A woman hires a team of ghost hunters to contact her sister’s spirit and solve her murder. 12 pages, 5 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

The Open Casket by Darren Tomalin (darrenjames) - Short, Gothic Horror - Artist, Charles Drayton, has been commissioned to paint the viscount Corwin Redwinter's portrait at his remote castle in the mountains. Redwinter's intentions towards Drayton's fiancee, Melinda Hartwell, may be less than honorable and the stuff of nightmares. 11 pages, 5 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

Satanas by Jordan Wiebe (theboywhocouldfly) - Short, Gothic Horror - On a dark and stormy night, the Devil will come out to play, or at least try to. 12 pages, Hard R Rating - pdf, format

Sweep by Catherine Hall (cmhall) - Short, Gothic Horror - What wreckage is formed in the crossed paths of human lives... how can we ever know? 12 pages, 6 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

The Last Stop by Rene Claveau (renec) - Short, Gothic Horror - When William gets separated from his new bride at a traveling circus, he finds all is not as it seems while trying to find her. 12 pages, 5 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

The Haunted Tale of James O'Neil by Michel J. Duthin (michel) - Short, Gothic Horror - How open would you be to fulfilling a request by a stranger with no idea what you will encounter and might risk?  An 18 century military officer, James O'Neil, explores this offer as he unravels an unearthly tale to help someone he never met. Fate sometimes works in mysterious ways.   8 pages, 4 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

Falling Angels by Bill Sarre (reef dreamer) - Short, Gothic Horror - A young girl has to cope with the death of her family during a dark night. War brings out the best and the worst. 10 pages, 4 characters, unrated (thus far) - pdf, format

Payer Fedris - A Gothic Dream Tax by Sandra El. Watson (sandra elstree) - Short, Gothic Horror - When a poor boy replaces his dreams with forbidden knowledge, he dreams the most expensive dream of all. 12 pages, 17 characters, Hard R Rating - pdf, format

Allured by T. Henrik Anttonen (henrik) - Short, Gothic Horror -  An eerie castle, dribbling candles, a lost officer and a bunch of ghosts. You know, the usual stuff. 7 pages, 7 characters, G rating - pdf, format

Castle Trouble by Fred Kracke - Short, Gothic Horror - The trouble stops when you die.  8 pages, 4 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

Veil of Blood by Ryan Lee (ryan 1) - Short, Gothic Horror - A young woman ventures to her uncle's crumbling plantation in 1874 Louisiana. 12 pages, 6 characters, unrated thus far - pdf, format

Reaparations by Will Ball (albinopenguin) - Short, Gothic Horror -  Six months after the Civil War's conclusion, Colonel Henry Gibbs gets a visitor he never expected. 10 pages, 5 characters, Hard R Rating - pdf, format

Our Lady of Eternal Suffering by Rick Kinsella (scartissuefilms) - Short, Gothic Horror - When an amateur Theologian goes in search of an ancient archaelogical site, little does he know he will stumbling onto a dangerous secret that spans Space and Time… 12 pages, unrated thus far - pdf, format

Forever Thine by Sydney Cuthbert - Short, Gothic Horror - A sickly young woman is haunted by a ghost in an old victorian mansion. What does the grim spectre portend for her and her husband? 6 pages, 4 characters, unrated - pdf, format

A Price To Pay by John Carlon (JCShadow) - Short, Gothic Horror - A woman struggles to overcome the loss of her fiance while being tormented by a homicidal ghost. 11 pages, 3 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

Mischief At Morley House by Pete B. Lane (pete) - Short, Gothic Horror - A secret lurks ‘bout Morley House. A secret that won’t be ignored. But she don’t mean no harm - if you don’t do no harm.  12 pages, 9 characters, Hard R Rating - pdf, format

House Proud by Richard Buckley (cathead) - Short, Gothic Horror - Moving in can be scary… 10 pages, 6 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

Together Again… Someday by Phil Clarke Jr. (dogglebe) - Short, Gothic Horror - You can't mourn the dead when you're one of them. 6 pages, 3 characters, PG Rating - pdf, format

Open House With An Empty Heart by Baltis Sinclair Schuller - Short, Gothic Horror - When you buy a house you buy the stories within its walls... Good or Bad. 12 pages, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

The Truth by Zane Steves (zanej) - Short, Gothic Horror - A young girl moves to a new town. A house haunted by it's past brings up old news that was buried. 10 pages, 5 characters, PG-13 rating - pdf, format

The Woods by Matthew Layden (TheUsualSuspect) - Short, Gothic Horror - Emily goes to visit her mother in the countryside. While there she sees a young boy, who terrorizes her to go into the woods. 11 pages, 3 characters, PG rating - pdf, format

The Stone Within by Jordan Littleton (nomad) - Short, Gothic Horror - [no logline] 10 pages, 4 pages, no rating - pdf, format

The Madness of Time by Steve McDonell (stevie) - Short, Gothic Horror - While fulfulling his late father's wishes, a man must face the nightmare of his father's past. 9 pages, 5 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format

The Lonley Tenant by James Williams (jwent668
- Short, Gothic Horror - A woman rents the first renovated apartment in an old building, but she soon finds she's not the only one there. 12 pages, 4 characters, Hard R Rating - pdf, format

Innocence Condemned by Dena Mckinnon - Short, Gothic Horror - During the dark times of Christianity, a young woman finds herself accused of witch craft, haunted by a disfigured spirit, and destined for persecution. During her trials and torment, she discovers that death may not be the only punishment that lies ahead. 10 pages, 9 characters, Hard R Rating - pdf, format 8)

A Dance in the Dark by Greg Baldwin (greg) - Short, Gothic Horror - A nifty new smart phone app allows a feuding couple to communicate with the dead.   12 pages, 5 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format 8)

Asylum by Janet Clarke (wonkavite) - Short, Gothic Horror - Insane Asylums make for strange bedfellows…  7 pages,  9 characters, PG-13 rating - pdf, format 8)

The Executioner by Kevin Lenihan (leitskev) - Short, Gothic Horror - A young woman on the run from something terrible, guided by a friendly spirit, learns the nature of her dark heritage. 12 pages, 7 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format 8)

Annabel by Shawn Davis (ledbetter) - Short, Gothic Horror - Annabel was a good wife, when she was around. 6 pages, 6 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format 8)

Betrayal by Quitterie Hervouet (Quiou) - Short, Gothic Horror - Louis is coming back home after 10 years in prison, but everything has changed from Marie, to his father, to his brother Jean and to his home. 12 pages - pdf, format 8)

Mr. Daniels by Alexander Toplake (Laika) - Short, Gothic Horror - An old hitman gets a visit from from his past. 7 pages, 2 characters, PG-13 Rating - pdf, format 8)



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Darren,

Good writing on open casket. Well done.

All the best.


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Inner Journey - Page Awards Finalist - Bluecat semi final
Grieving Spell - winner - London Film Awards.  Third - Honolulu
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Great job Darren, congrats. Was my fave of what I've read. Now, to return reads I may have missed...
James


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Now my instinct is to say it's a shame that some have entered and not reviewed but anybody with the name bobby42loversb (out of the dark) has my vote.

Just what does this mean?


My scripts  HERE

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Inner Journey - Page Awards Finalist - Bluecat semi final
Grieving Spell - winner - London Film Awards.  Third - Honolulu
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Quoted from Reef Dreamer
Now my instinct is to say it's a shame that some have entered and not reviewed


Happens every time, no matter what.  A few scrubs show up to get reviews and you never hear from them again.

I guessed some of these correctly.  Others I was way off.  Well done by Reef and Darren James in what I think was their first owc(not sure of that).  

This was a particularly tough OWC, given the genre and the ghost reveal.  Very hard to nail the Gothic atmosphere while incorporating the "misunderstood" ghostly element.  Look forward to the results of the Writer's choice.
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Congrats to those that entered, it's interesting to see writers faced with strict challenges come up with some great, original stuff.
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Nice job Darren! And it's really cool to see talented new people here. Enjoyed the story, Rene.

Now I have to post in my thread to explain my crazy tale!
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Congrats to Daz!  Awesome, AWESOME effort!  You nailed it, bro, and deserve the voctory, as far as I'm concerned.

Also, want to throw out some kudos to Reaf Dreamer on a great effort.  Clean up your script, fix up a few things that don't really make sense, and you've got a nice script on your hands.

To all the lowlife scumbags who entered a script and didn't read or provide any feedback to the otehr entrants, I say FUCK YOU!  Don't waste our time, next time.


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Quoted from Dreamscale

To all the lowlife scumbags who entered a script and didn't read or provide any feedback to the otehr entrants, I say FUCK YOU!  Don't waste our time, next time.


This was an open comp - no requirement for someone to belong to the board.   They didn't break any rules by not reading and might not even know they could.    In fact, they probably aren't reading that comment.  

Granted, it's proper etiquette for people who enter OWCs to read scripts - especially when it's a closed challenges like last months - but it's not a rule.  

And well done Darren!
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Quoted from Ryan1


Happens every time, no matter what.  A few scrubs show up to get reviews and you never hear from them again.


This is exactly why I wait until after the names are revealed.  So I know which ones to avoid.

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Quoted from Dreamscale
Congrats to Daz!  Awesome, AWESOME effort!  You nailed it, bro, and deserve the voctory, as far as I'm concerned.

Also, want to throw out some kudos to Reaf Dreamer on a great effort.  Clean up your script, fix up a few things that don't really make sense, and you've got a nice script on your hands.

To all the lowlife scumbags who entered a script and didn't read or provide any feedback to the otehr entrants, I say FUCK YOU!  Don't waste our time, next time.


I couldn't get passed your second line because of the miss-spelling.

Good job commenting on the OWC...

James



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Darren, Ryan and Henrik - Kudos!  Really enjoyed yours the most!    

I'd tip my hat to Sydney, too - but it looks like he isn't a member....
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I couldn't get passed your second line because of the miss-spelling.


And I couldn't get past yours.

Zing!


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