Synopsis: God's most cryptic, enigmatic Old Testament commandment, concerning the mysterious "red heifer", blazes to it's New Millenium, end-of-time finale in a warm, fast moving, family, supernatural thriller. This 104 page, "G" rated fantasy was written by two seasoned and produced writers, as a high concept, biblical based, all-age thriller with twists and a bloody, inspirational, feel-good ending.
Synopsis: Alex Fischer's fear of water has been a burden to him for over half his life, as it has been slowly chipping away at his self-esteem. In an effort to boost Alex's confidence, his older brother, Doug, encourages him to face this fear head on by learning how to surf. Alex almost drowns and during his near death experience, switches identities with another spirit- the recently deceased husband of Alex's beautiful co-worker, Bethany Simmons. Now in the body of a man who was abusive and unfaithful when he was alive, Alex is highly motivated to regain his identity. Alex eventually manages to convince Doug that he truly is not who he appears to be and pleas for his help, because that is exactly what he is going to need. If Alex wants to regain his identity, he has no other choice but to commit murder. He must kill the body he wants to re-enter, thus forcing the impostor spirit out, so his spirit can transfer over.
Synopsis: In 1910 a baker and his family are accused of corrupting a religious village. The Baker's young daughter, Nora, survives the villagers' murder attempt which claim both her parents' lives. She seeks revenge by aligning herself with an evil witch and cursing the entire village. One hundred years later the curse is awakened by a Suburban family on vacation. The family's bitter 17 year-old son, Brandon, overcomes a series of evil spells in order to save his own family and reunite Nora with her family in the afterlife. Genre Family/supernatural PG/PG13 rating If this is something you may be interested in, please send a request letter or email. A full-page synopsis is available upon request. About me: I'm a Community Activist/Writer/Director/Musician. I earned a B.A. in Films Studies in 1998 and a Master in Film Production with an emphasis on writing and directing in 2008. Sincerely,
Synopsis: BEAT THE HOUSE is a horror/supernatural odyssey thriller. Spiritual Masters arise for supremacy of the planet. *two worlds in conflict for the continuation of life *spiritualism and reality simultaneously interacting *empowering love between Alexandra and John (heroes) defies restraints of time and space *esoteric characters, unique and mysteriously empowered, e.g. Arihman (nemesis) *mystical and intriquing concepts permeate the story The story is engaging with great entertainment value. The marketing potential is phenomenal. Its surrealism is stimulating. It's thought-provoking and exhilarating.
Synopsis: Jason and Amanda dated for 6 years while he was in the Special Forces. With the conflicts with her mother they stop seeing each other. Two years later Amanda wanted to get back together. He was about to be discharge when he was called back for a sercet mission. He wasn't allowed to call her about the charge of plans. After 15 years John Davies the last one retires from the platoon. They are together at Jason's house to celerate John retirement. The group consists of Dr. Sam Hawkins a Psychologist, Ralph whom own an Implosion Company, and Tom Walters a Mystery writer. John mistaking calls Jason's wife as Amanda. She tells him that they never meet before and is not Amanda. Sam ask Jason what happened to Amanda? He tells them that no one knows she just disappeared. Tom inform them it about the same time when the basement floor was poured. Her mother and Amanda are entombed in concrete and waiting to get out. Jason soon discovered that she has a twin sister that she never mentioned.
Synopsis: Priscilla Bannister hires Judy Jones as an overnight companion for Priscilla's younger brother Russell. Russell Bannister is the only survivor of an auto accident in 1955 that killed two children and their babysitter as the group walked home from the annual Vineyard Fair. Russell's injuries have left him confined to an upstairs bedroom in the family's summer home. Priscilla has been charged with his care since the accident, a virtual recluse, living off the family trust fund, addicted to alcohol, cigarettes and prescription medicine. She dreads the arrival of the Fair with the deadly memories it brings, as well as some mysterious children who torment her at night during the annual event. Priscilla exploits her newfound freedom to hook up with an aging Lothario, who encourages her to sell the house and leave with him. Her attempt to start a new life ends in tragedy, as Priscilla is unable to escape the consequences of her past. (WGAE Registration # 136563)
Synopsis: Baseball scout Arthur Martin is on the hot seat. His team's on an epic losing streak while he's singled out for not signing anyone in ages. Find a player, or else.rnIn the Arizona desert Arthur discovers a once in a lifetime player, Dan Kerr. Powerfully built and toting a shady past, Dan is the ultimate risk-reward. When Arthur decides to sign him, he commits himself to something he never saw coming.rnFrustrated by the higher-ups in the organization including a General Manager who seems to have it out for him, Arthur tries every way he can to get Dan on the field. He wrestles with the front office and tries to stay a step ahead of a string of bizarre murders that follows the pair. At last, with the team on the brink of setting the record for losses, he gets his chance. Dan doesn't disappoint.rnAs Arthur is hailed for finding the game's next superstar, the true price for what he must pay becomes apparent. In the dark desert night, the darkest being of eternity comes calling to collect.
Synopsis: Writers Literary Excellent Commercial Potential. London Book Show April 2010 David and Isabel Weston thought death of the Bible professor who preceded them at Holy Angel University in Colorado Springs was just another senseless murder. A homicide detective and newspaper reporters aid them in uncovering a horrible conspiracy. Satan is using the burial shroud of Jesus Christ to pass from unseen to seen world. Satan lives in the Archbishop's body, tries to destroy the Roman Catholic Church from within, and plans to sire a son to be the Antichrist. The curtain is pulled back. We get a peek at the unseen world; angels and demons that battle to affect dealings of those in the seen world. Is the burial shroud in Turin a forgery? Or "God calculated 2000 years ahead, when science would have replaced theology as their common accepted arbiter of truth and planned accordingly." Times, London October 16th 1986.
Synopsis: Axel, 28 years old, a university professor, sees his life changes course after his girlfriend´s disappearance, when he suddenly receives a proposal from Lucifer: he is requested to find the fragments of the Spear of Destiny in exchange for his girlfriend´s life. In order to start his journey looking for the fragments Axel needs first to find the Winchester brothers and his friend Bobby, who is revealed to be Axel´s father. His arrival at the Winchester´s environment will bring happiness and at the same time disagreements to the friends. Since they do not know Axel´s real identity, this will generate many conflicts among the group and later they will discover that Axel´s death will be crucial to avoid the final judgment.
Synopsis: The Legend of The Gray Man is loosely based on an old Ghost tale as told throughout Pawley's Island, SC dating back to the 1800's. The story is based in Pawley's Island, SC where Doug McAllister lives with his wife (Bea), and two daughters (Debra and Sally) and a close relative (Olive - Mother of Bea). Doug, a family man, owns and runs a local Lumber/Hardware store. The Tale of the Gray Man resurrects each and every year toward the end of Summer, and yet the locals speak of him all year long. Many people have witnessed the appearance of a "Man" dressed in Gray rain gear during pending Hurricanes. Doug is a non-believer, and after experiencing mother - nature's wrath of destruction, he believes he saw something, something on that dark, haunting frightful night. Doug's character is likeable. He is a family man with a great heart. He is firm in his beliefs, yet flexible in nature. He decides to pursue his search for the Gray Man due to unforeseen circumstances.