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Code Five by Matias Caruso (mr. z) - Short, Sci Fi - In a future where robots govern the human race, the success of the imminent human uprising depends on a pop-corn machine. 17 pages - pdf, format
Crunch Crunch by Michel J. Duthin - Short, Sci Fi - Crunch Crunch or a weird use of a popcorn box. 4 pages - pdf, format
Intelligent Design by James McClung - Short, Sci Fi - A movie theater tests a brand new state-of-the-art popcorn machine with the ability to recycle waste into fuel but things go horribly wrong when human DNA gets thrown into the mix. 12 pages - pdf, format
Jolly Popped by Spencer McDonald - Short, Sci Fi - Travellers search for their loog lost galaxy. A fatal coordinate leads them in the out door and face to face with a hungry clan of microwave pop corn feeders. - pdf, format
Pop Goes the Robot by Tyler Higgins (Higgonaitor) - Short, Sci Fi , Comedy - Karens having a double-uber-clutch birthday bash! But will her nasty robot chef ruin everyones good time? 10 pages - doc, format
Popcorn 4994 by Helio J Cordeiro - Short, Sci Fi - The Popcorn 4994 travels through out the outer space without its crew to know the danger they are submitted at. 7 pages - pdf, format
Popheads by J A Parker - Short, Sci Fi - A group of teens hang out in their apartment experimenting with Popco, a galactic illegalized drug. Meanwhile, a dangerous situation brews between two Popco dealers and a potential buyer as accusations and guns start flying around. The story soon builds to a tense and thrilling climax. 15 pages - pdf, format
Popped by Michael Cornetto - Short, Sci Fi - A young man, trapped in a cell with an apathetic group of people, tries to escape. 11 pages - pdf, format
Portal Potty by Steven R. Scheer (Sryknows) - Short, Sci Fi , Comedy - Two gentlemen discover that their toilet contains a portal to hell. 13 pages - pdf, format
Precious Popcorn by Pia - Short, Sci Fi - A young boy makes a wish to a couple of aliens, the wish turns into a burden, but redemption comes from the faith of believers. 8 pages - pdf, format
The Rainbow Express by Steven - Short, Sci Fi , Popcorn - A Space merchant is hunted by a ruthless Bounty Hunter. 8 pages - html, format
Wasteland by Jordan Wiebe (theboywhocouldfly) - Short, Sci Fi - After a nuclear holocaust, an outbreak of mutation occurs, and the only thing that can stop the change is the world's favorite snack. 11 pages - pdf, format
Man, my guesses were way off. I was only able to guess Helio, Jordan, and Sean and Sean said his would be obvious to figure out. Oh well, at least I was able to fool a couple folks into thinking Bert wrote my script, hehe.
Well, must say, I was off with most of my guesses. But, again, this was a great challenge that gave everyones imagination a test, and everyone who participated gets thumbs up, as do the ones who didn't but still gave some reads.
Inside information. Sorry to inform you that someone very close to you may be on the take.
No, I don't know how someone could NOT know it's you. To me, you're style's even easier to tell than Helio's.
"Picture Porky Pig raping Elmer Fudd" - George Carlin "I have to sign before you shoot me?" - Navin Johnson "It'll take time to restore chaos" - George W. Bush "Harry, I love you!" - Ben Affleck "What are you looking at, sugar t*ts?" - The man without a face "Whoever does any work on the Sabbath day must be put to death." - Exodus 31:15 "No one ever expects The Spanish Inquisition!" - The Spanish Inquisition "Matt Damon" - Matt Damon
Not to be a prick Michel, but I noticed you didn't read anyone else's script. I hope that you're just super busy and not being lazy. All the other writers did readings, even people like Bert, Kevan, Robert Spence, Greg, to name a few, who did not submit one read some scripts, if not all. Again, not trying to be a dick, just hope there's a reason.
I must admit that due to personal problems I currently have a reduced participation to SS. I even wrote my script Crunch Crunch in two hours. I perfectly know that it's not enough and perfect, but I wanted to be here somehow. I'm sorry I broke the rule not reading the other's scripts, but believe me, it's against my will. I think I never used you to a such habit.