I’ve added my short horror stories ‘Gulls’, ‘The Jade Junk’ and ‘The Bay of Goats’ to the blog for your reading pleasure. They’re now available as PDF files so you can view and download them for reading on iPads, Kindles and whatever new technology you have kicking around the place.
Simply click on the ‘Fiction’ link at the top of the page or go here.
In the following weeks I’ll be adding much more content to the site including the scripts for Bloody Cuts episodes I’ve written and co-written as well as a selection of comic book scripts, prose pieces and other slices of writing from the archives.
Please check them out, all comments and views are gratefully received!
‘Death Scenes‘ is the 7th film in the Bloody Cuts series of short horror films and my directorial debut. For those interested in a little peek behind the scenes or in screenwriting here’s a link to the PDF of the Shooting Draft of the script.
This is the 4th draft of the script and isn’t really very different to the 1st draft which I wrote in around a couple of hours. The following drafts changed some dialogue to suit the actors and altered/added to the action such as the flickering lights and train noise seen in the finished film.
There is a difference in structure towards the climax, with the revelation of John’s kills being inter-cut in the script but coming in a burst in the film itself. This is one of those examples of the script being changed to suit the pace of the editing and the actual footage.
Click on the link below to view the PDF file —
Death Scenes – 4th Draft
Check out the official poster for Bloody Cuts 7th slice of short horror ‘Death Scenes’. This lovely work of art was created by Marc Schoenbach who’s provided us with the poster for all out films from ‘Prey’ onwards.
Be sure to visit his blog at Sadist Art !
It’s been out for a while but if you haven’t already, check out the 7th short horror film by Bloody Cuts – Death Scenes.
I had the great privilige of writing and directing this episode so I hope you enjoy it! A very big thank you to everyone involved in its production and to all those who’ve viewed, supported and shared it.