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    Pirates would be too much PWNAGE for this site to handle.


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    ninjas. Stright up ninjas. Ninjas with Crossbows. And Flamethorwers. ........ Crossbows that shoot Flaming arrows.....


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    rocky horror pirate show....pirates in lace....












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    Drama makes the most sense to balance out the male-bent/action/FX/heavy fests that we've had thus far. But, what about opening up the genre, and picking more of a theme? Just a suggestion...
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    Well, narrowing the theme down would be bad in my opinion, you're just inviting more repetitive storylines.


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    zombies and heroes were theme fests....I think Jarred and some people (myself included) want a genre (like drama) in order to push the story-driven projects forward












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    Quote Originally Posted by Virum
    Well, narrowing the theme down would be bad in my opinion, you're just inviting more repetitive storylines.
    well said!












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    Someone will manage to put a zombie or a knife in a drama short, or any one garunteed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynic821
    But if a project is not good, it will still garner interest because it is going to be viewed to be voted on for a contest.
    Yep- which is why it is preferable to complete a project within a contest- you get a whole lot more exposure that way.
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    I actually think it would be fun to have a line or two we need to use in the course of the short and open the flood gates to any genre. It lets creativity run wild. That's just me though.


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