Category: Script Reviews

House of Mourning – 2021 Blood List Script Review

An excerpt from my script review for House of Mourning which will be available 01/03/22: 1.) Marketability of the Idea We’re reviewing a horror today. By now you should know the argument (and hopefully see...

Being the Ricardos – Mr. Sorkin’s Good

An excerpt from my script review for Being the Ricardos which will be available 12/27/21: 1.) Marketability of the Idea This script clocked in at 193 pages (mostly due to some unusual formatting) and...

Write to Reals: Queenpins (2021) Script

An excerpt from Reals' script review for Queenpins which will be available 12/20/21: Hi All You Awesome Writers! I hope everyone is having a fantastic holiday season! Though not exactly a “festive” script, Queenpins is one...

On the First Day of Christmas – 2021 Blood List Script Review

An excerpt from my script review for On the First Day of Christmas which will be available 12/13/21: 2.) Plot Stability Taking a page out of Reals’ style… (Because I think it’s appropriate for this...

Finch – Including Story Beats

An excerpt from my script review for Finch which will be available 12/29/21: 2.) Plot Stability Hitting your beats. Save the Cat is probably the most read book about screenwriting. In it Blake Snyder discussed how most...

Passing (2021) – 3way’s Take

Passing by Rebecca HallBased on the Novella of the same name by Nella Larsen, published in 1929Second draft revisions, dated July 26, 2017 https://youtu.be/trwq3CNCMkU Book Description: Clare and Irene were two childhood friends. They lost...

The Thing – What can you learn from this classic?

An excerpt from my script review for The Thing (1982) which will be available 11/15/21: 2.) Plot Stability Sure, the film is from 1982, but before you call it outdated and move on, realize...

Halloween Double Feature 2021: Antlers Script Review

An excerpt from my script review for Antlers which will be available 10/31/21: 2.) Plot Stability Pacing. That’s what I want to discuss about this particular script in relation to our own writing. For a horror...