HAVE LOGLINE - WILL WRITE
Behind the Words
What makes me unique? Easy: I'm not him, or her, or you. That's where my stories come from. I like to look at various tropes and wonder, "How can I stand that on its head?" And then apply it to the story. I want to make the audience see a twist and say, "Damn! That was clever." Or be introduced to a character and say, "I can relate to that person."
And at the end of the story say, "That was satisfying."
"Soon you will come to know, when the bullet hits the bone."
Golden Earring - "Twilight Zone"
For your consideration:
Here are my currently available feature-length screenplays:
OR DIE TRYING - AN ACTION/CRIME FEATURE WITH TWO STRONG FEMALE LEADS
After her father's brutal murder, a bitter lone-wolf detective searches for healing and struggles to bring down the city's top crime boss, only to make a discovery that changes everything. Or does it?
THE KLAN KILLER - A CONTAINED HORROR FEATURE WITH A UNIQUE VILLAIN
A teenaged newcomer to rural Alabama struggles to gain acceptance and must fight for her life when she confronts the embodiment of a horrifying local legend.
THE BIRTH - A CONTAINED HORROR FEATURE WITH A DIVERSE CAST
A guilt-ridden African-American mother struggles to keep her daughter from being possessed by the spirit of her aborted first pregnancy.
SOMETHING'S BEHIND YOU - A CONTAINED HORROR FEATURE WITH BIPOC CHARACTERS
A handicapped young girl struggles to survive and is changed forever when a demon is unleashed during a seance interrupted by a home invasion.