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Posted: April 26th, 2006, 7:51am Report to Moderator

So, what are you writing?

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Blood of the Asteroid Monster by Graham Paschall (AmericanSyCo) - Short, Action, Horror - After the horrifying events upon the first mysterious island, Professor Clayton Bennell faces his harshest demon yet: that of facing an unbelieving public.  Along with friend Zachary Wells, the professor attempts to regain his credibility just as a young business man and his sister hire the two adventurers to return to the island one more time.  This time, though, the secrets of the island could destroy the entire planet... 62 pages - html, format

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Posted: April 26th, 2006, 1:24pm Report to Moderator
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This is the sequel to a short film that I made last May, "The Island of the Asteroid Monster."  Oddly enough, the script to the first movie is not posted.  However, you can watch the film using the link in my signature.  This script, though, will be filmed in August for a release in September.  It should also be noted that the tone of the script is a bit different.  Whereas the first film was more of a spoof of Ed Wood style B-movies, this one takes the same characters and transports them into a more serious horror flick with a few B-movie undercurrents still running through it.  And feedback on the script would be nice as it will probably change here and there before we actually film.

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Hey Graham,

I remember watching Island of the Asteroid Monster not long ago, and I enjoyed it.  I'll try to give this a read soon and offer some feedback.

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yeah sounds like a good one...i'll take a read too
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Hey, thanks for the comments.  Any feedback pre-filming would be greatly appreciated seeing as the script itself may or may not go through many drafts before we actually start rolling.

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