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    Sounds like something I'd love to watch. really cool idea. Too bad you're not actually working on getting this one made, Would love to put music to something like this, especially since there is no dialogue!

    Cheers!
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    Holding my breath someone picks it up. Music will certainly be essential.

    I have another no-dialogue short. 2 pages, about a blind girl who works cleaning a wood shop, and accidently turns on a power saw that gets a life of its own. Titled 'A Dangerous Dance'.
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    Well.. I'm a huge slasher/horror fan. I'm hoping to be able to prove I'm worth the chance when it comes to music.
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    As October looms, I think things will move into panic mode. I usually shy away from horror, so I'd have to say mine are horror-lite.


    Okay, so the three I have so far ...

    No Free Lunch - no dialogue / 6 pages
    A local Mayor uses the help of townsfolk to clean up the streets. One family's motto 'A family that slays together, stays together' have a deadly and efficient routine - until the Mayor's email is hacked. The ensuing slaughter leads to the birth of a slasher.

    In Loving Memory - 4 pages
    A Goth chick coming back for revenge after her murder.

    A Dangerous Dance - no dialogue / 2 pages
    A blind girl who works cleaning a wood shop, and accidently turns on a power saw that gets a life of its own.
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    Just went through my files, found a few more. Again, not a purest in the horror genre, but these can all be dialed up.

    Lake Madness - 6 pages
    A homage to the exploitation films of the 70s.

    Rain Dogs - 8 pages
    Period short about a war victim that come back decades later for some serious revenge.

    The Key - 6 pages
    A man finds an unusual way to die. (OPTIONED)
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    Tired of the same 'ol Zombie fare? Had your fill of ghosts and gobblins and general audience mayhem? With a Whitmer script you get a fresh, clean baste. It slices and dices and keeps blood fresh for weeks.
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    New script: 'Breathless' A mute girl wants to be a singer. To do so, she'll need to steal someone else's voice.

    No dialogue other than the singing.


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    They all sound great. Hope at least a few get made
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elton View Post
    They all sound great. Hope at least a few get made
    Grab one Elton...take two, they're small! I could see you entering a few films, you sure have a wealth of locations.
    ...which reminds me, I have to FIND a location! D'ough!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZazaCast View Post
    take two, they're small!
    Lol.

    Okay, got a new one. Titled 'Early to Bed, Early to Rise' A man's new smart-house alarm clock won't take snooze for an answer.


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