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    what's kind of crazy is how i came in fourth and yet my overall average was pretty damn low... there is definitely some low-balling going on... if it was a grade, i would have had a D... and i was fourth... so at least 11 of the 14 scripts had a D or below...

    i don't know about you, but i try to grade it like a teacher (maybe because i am a teacher ;) ... a 9/10 would be an A... an 8 would be a B... a 7 would be a C.... a 6 would be a D... and 5 or below would be an F....

    if you add up the 13 scores you gave and divide by 13 and you don't have at least a D (6), you are probably scoring way too harshly... in fact... an average of 7 sounds fair... C means average, after all... this is just my opinion...

    all of the people who entered put a lot of thought, effort, and creativity into their scripts...

    of course, i realize that everyone uses their own criteria for scoring... some focus more on the format and others focus more on the story... and there are naturally varying degrees of tastes... what one person loves, someone else may loathe... but still...

    just sayin'... ;p
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    I pm'ed for the score too and haven't received it. Maybe Jason doesn't want to scare me


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    we must be on the low, low end and they don't want us even thinking about writing another one!


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    On the other hand, I just read that the feature version of "Hobo with a Shotgun" (one of the Grindhouse fake trailers) starts shooting tomorrow - with Rutger Hauer in the lead, so anything is possible.


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    Congrats to the winners.
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    1st Place: "Through the Eyes of the Innocent" - mml
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    2nd Place: "A Clockwork Darkened" Chris Keaton
    A Clockwork Darkened

    3rd Place: "The Melt" - Anthony Todaro
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    More Hitchcock inspired thriller shorts...
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    Was that a subtle hint inquiring about our prizes.

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    1st Place: "Through the Eyes of the Innocent" - mml
    Through the Eyes of the Innocent

    2nd Place: "A Clockwork Darkened" Chris Keaton
    A Clockwork Darkened

    3rd Place: "The Melt" - Anthony Todaro
    The Melt

    More Hitchcock inspired thriller shorts...
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    I just realized how similar our pictures are, well except there is a handsome devil in mine.
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    Well, I had to edit my picture to match your all's.


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    I wonder if we've started a trend.
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