Monthly Archives: June 2007

Going Under

Today I’m going back into my screenplay/graphic novel script about a teenage painter whose creations come to life thanks to their exposure to a new type of gasoline called Ultratest. The story is called The Collection: Legend of Fortunate Son. … Continue reading

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I Hate Goodbyes

Its been a difficult couple of weeks for me, as I’ve been involved in saying all manners of farewell. As much as I meditate on the “one door closes, another one opens” theory, I’m not built to dispatch with this … Continue reading

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Into the Grey

As I’ve said before, I like to mix genres, horror and fantasy or horror and science fiction being my two most frequently practiced interbreeding experiments. Its a headache for agents and industry folk because if you don’t get it right, … Continue reading

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Mental Mitosis

It happens all the time: I come up with a title that I feel is catchy and rife with possibility, and I can’t decide which story that has budded from it to go with (for the armchair pedants in the … Continue reading

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Is Horror Sick?

Someone on another site forum recently brought to my attention a very good article about horror films suffering a slump at the box office. It offers several compelling reasons as to why the genre has found itself being pulled by … Continue reading

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A Novel Approach

On more than one occasion my work has been regarded as too much this or that for what currently passes for filmable genre fare. Even if it hits all the beats, its not black and white enough or there’s too … Continue reading

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Outside Men

A three-part horror story about the survival and redemption of one of Hitler’s treasured youth, set after the fall of the Third Reich. This feature screenplay started with an idea to make a horror trilogy much in the same vein … Continue reading

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