Have you ever wanted to improve your ability to write Horror Genre screenplays by 100%...200%…300% or more? If so, then here's how you can gut, slice, chainsaw, bite, hack, howl and chew your way to the top by writing Horror screenplays that slit throats, haunt houses, cook brains and tear souls apart.
Believe it or not, it doesn't matter how much you already know about the Horror genre.
Some of the tips inside this book include:
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Interesting and makes a lot of good points. Most of the ideas presented are fairly vague and theoretical, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. My biggest gripe is that the opening of the book is spent talking about how great this book is, and about how following it guarantees success. It's a point that's repeated at various points along the way too. That's nonsense sales speak (nothing is guaranteed, I don't care how good the book is) and should be left for the back of the book/web site description.
Also, there's a somewhat out of place (conservative) political comment midway through. Not really a problem, just thought it was a strange thing to include.
Rabbi Steve the Storyteller
This is a nice short kickstarting for creative process in writing horror screenplays.
Although there is some shameless self-promotion in the book, it does not get in the way of a practical value.
The reading is good. A useful resource
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