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''Return to Sender'' by John O'Neal  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - Johnny mails his grandfather a letter just before his grandfather dies and grieves that it never got to him until one day he receives a mysterious letter with a clue that leads him to the basement of the Post Office. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A post office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 3rd Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Help Survivors Inside'' by Jeff Hart  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - Three survivors each find a way to cope with a bleak future and a growing zombie threat. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A post office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 3rd Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''In the Lineup'' by Audrey Webb  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - In a busy post office, a man learns almost everything he wants to know about the woman standing in line behind him just by paying attention to details. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A post office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 3rd Round RANK - 3rd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Return to Sender'' by Brian Kane  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - Four brave envelopes attempt to escape from a greedy postman. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A post office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 3rd Round RANK - 4th Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Postage Due'' by Scott & Paula Merrow  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - When the postmistress of a small-town post office agrees to stay open late for a sweet old lady, she gets more than she bargained for. A lot more! GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A post office YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 3rd Round RANK - 5th Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''The Salesman'' by Brian Kane  PAGES - 4 LOGLINE - An industrious traveling salesman makes his way across the desert. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A desert YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''SHOUT'' by Harut Akopyan  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - Sam wakes up in a hospital which he thinks is paying him to remove some of his organs. What he doesn't know is that he's not getting out with what he bargained for. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A desert YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 2/11/09)
 

''Bringing Down David Dunnigan'' by Gary Barrett  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A small town Sheriff and his men respond to a 911 call regarding the whereabouts of a notorious mass murderer thinking that they can bring him out alive, question is, can they make it out alive? GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A desert YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 2nd Round RANK - 3rd Place  (added 2/11/09)

''Down Below'' by Julie Keck  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A woman who doesn't need anyone finds out that someone, or something, needs her. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A museum YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Sacrifices'' by Paige Varney  PAGES - 3 LOGLINE - A museum employs dark forces to keep its doors open in the face of adversity.  GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A museum YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''The Spread'' by Steven Slater  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - A young girl is trapped in a city where people are being wiped out by creatures spreading a mysterious disease. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A police car YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Desire's Revenge'' by Laura Deerfield  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - After snatching up a rare comb, pirate Captain Will Power finds his desire is rewarded – and the sea's revenge is taken. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A shipwreck YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''In The Air'' by Jeff Hart  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - Walter Buckley wakes up in the back of a police car, accused of a crime he can't believe he'd commit. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A police car YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Floater'' by Wenonah Wilms  PAGES - 5 LOGLINE - The small crew of a fishing trawler pluck a body from the river, something they won't live to regret.  GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A shipwreck YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''He Knows'' by Stuart Creque  PAGES - 10 LOGLINE - Mommy and Daddy assure Timmy that Santa Claus knows who's been bad and good, and Timmy resolves to prevent Santa from leaving a lump of coal to ruin his parents' image of him as their little angel. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Fireplace YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''New Year's Eve'' by Nadim Dimechkie  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - A doctor carefully raises two children in a bunker after a nuclear holocaust, but will his efforts to keep them from the mistakes of the past succeed? GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - An Apple Orchard YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Pad'' by Chris Roberts  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - When Cyrus the cowboy gigolo rents an apartment from Satan, losing his soul becomes the least of his problems. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Rent YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Good Neighbors'' by Timothy Noonan  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Demanding neighbors and their selectively mute son torment first time homeowner Dave Avery and his dog Ace. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Fireplace YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''The Blending'' by Michael Zealey  PAGES - 9 LOGLINE - When magic and science combine, the military create a new weapon. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - An Apple Orchard YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''654, 195041, 214571'' by Dekel Berenson  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - Auschwitz ,1944 - newly arrived prisoners are unable to comprehend the reality to which they were thrown to, a place where prisoners appear from nowhere only to vanish without a trace, where violence replaces words, and where all pervious habits, education and morals must be forgotten. The "wisdom" of the camp, the secret of survival, is passed from one prisoner to another orally, just as the Jewish religion itself has been passed from generation to generation for more than 5000 years, allowing a single survivor to return to his home only to discover that it has been rented to somebody else. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Rent YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''The Rain Siren'' by Stephen Kunc  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - A wheelchair-bound man detects a voice calling to him from within rainstorms... but is its motive malevolent or benign? GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Rain YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Denying the Darkness'' by Scott MacKillop  PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - A murderer, put to death for his crime receives a second chance at life. Will he choose to take it or accept society’s judgement? GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Prison YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Last Supper'' by Henri Sant-Cassia  PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - A brutal soldier dines on his sins with a mythical figure he doesn't recognise until it is too late... GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Picnic YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Old Man In The Rain'' by Samuel Tuthill  PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - A young boy moves in with his uncle, aunt and cousin following the death of his parents. His cousin scares him with a ghost story that may be more true than anyone thinks. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Rain YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Consumed'' by Carl Gough  PAGES - 10 LOGLINE - In the claustrophobic confines of a prison, Sam experiences horrific night terrors. To survive, she needs to confront the demons that threaten to gnaw at her forever. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Prison YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Jellystone: The Nightmare Begins'' by Chris Roberts  PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - Deadlier than the average bear. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Picnic YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Disgorgement'' by Elizabeth Chase  PAGES - LOGLINE - Evil and illness come together to create the most feared products of a pandemic: conspiracy realized and the death of hope itself. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Note YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 1st Place
''Sick Note'' by James Harris shamelessfilms@supanet.com PAGES - LOGLINE - Grand Guignol meets Phys Ed as cricket bat meets Ken's head. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Note YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Salvation'' by Clark Kline  PAGES - LOGLINE - A subdued man wakes up in a room full of dead bodies and can only listen and wait his turn as a doctor begins to remove organs from the living man beside him. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Note YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 3rd Place
 

''The Undead Penthouse'' by Derek Keyeski  PAGES - LOGLINE - Life looks good from the top floor of Mercy Hospital, as Lockwood Residential unveils plans to convert the abandoned property into condominiums, but beneath the surface the hospital already has vacancies it's looking to fill. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Note YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 4th Place
 

''Karbala'' by Ali Imran Zaidi  PAGES - LOGLINE - 1400 years after a bloody massacre on the banks of the Euphrates, a survivor from a downed Black Hawk mission fights for a life he was ready to give, in a land branded by misery. Inspired by the true history of Karbala. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Note YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 2nd Round RANK - 5th Place
 

''Helpless'' by Clark Kline  PAGES - 20 LOGLINE - A limbless man in a basement can only listen as his mother is brutally attacked above. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Tears YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place

 

"Mad Cow'' by Amy Neswald  PAGES - 18 LOGLINE - A dead, angry cow travels from slaughterhouse to contemporary kitchen, leaving a trail of horror and death along its path to its final destination. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - Gambling YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Devil Made Me Do It'' by Carl M Roth Jr  PAGES - LOGLINE - Simon Rich is a man whose life seems full of tragedy and convoluted memories that don't make any sense. He wakes, suddenly not knowing where he is or why he's there, but he's about to find out. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Hypnotist YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Legend of Reunion House'' by Clare Darlington  PAGES - LOGLINE - A dysfunctional family is strangely transformed during a weekend retreat at a picture-perfect country inn. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Family Reunion YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The August Sun'' by James Felder  PAGES - LOGLINE - Two strangers who find themselves at a gas station in the desert catch a ride with a third stranger who's stopped in to get gas. An hour from the station, in the middle of nowhere, they hear on the car radio that the gas station attendant was found butchered and that the murderer is suspected to be one of them. GENRE - Horror SUBJECT - A Strange Radio Broadcast YEAR - 2004 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place

 

 

 

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