Screenplays

SHORT FILMS

DEATH SCENES – Bloody Cuts

The 7th short slice of horror from Bloody Cuts and my directorial debut for the series.

D.I. Collins has a suspected serial killer in custody. But there may be more to his crimes than the Detective imagines…

Read the shooting draft as a PDF by clicking here — Death Scenes – 4th Draft

DEAD MAN’S LAKE – Bloody Cuts

The 6th film in the Bloody Cuts series, written by myself from a story idea by Producer/Director Ben Franklin. This screenplay took about 13 drafts in order to maximise the horror and play the climatic scene in a way that worked. Still very proud of the BBQ scene!

Based on true events, that took place in 1984, in Norfolk, England… When 3 campers visit a private lakeside hideaway for some summer fun, little do they know the horror that awaits them…

Read the shooting draft as a PDF by clicking here — Dead Man’s Lake – Shooting Draft

PREY – Bloody Cuts

Bloody Cuts’ 4th film, with a screenplay by myself and Ben Franklin, from an idea by Director Jonny Franklin.

‘Prey’ is a dark tale of late-night liasons, nocturnal predators and terrifying revenge. When a charming date-rapist wakes up after the morning after he finds last night’s victim has disappeared… or has she?

Read the shooting draft as a PDF by clicking here — Prey

STITCHES – Bloody Cuts

The 2nd film from Bloody Cuts and my first entry in the series. This version of the script contains a number of changes to the filmed version with the inclusion of another character – Celia – who can be heard over the phone in addition to Clark.

Written by myself, Ben Franklin, Ben Kent and Jonny Franklin.

Think twice when you next accept the offer to baby sit a friend or family member’s little horror for the night. You might just get a few more screams over the expected protestations of bed time, a very permanent bed time…

Read the shooting draft as a PDF by clicking here — Stitches

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