Seven Days by Randall Johnston | Script Revolution

Seven Days

An 18th century Witch’s daughter is killed by family members, she gets revenge by placing a curse on her family and they must do the unspeakable to survive.



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A rainy night is the perfect setting for a deal to go down. Human traffickers sell the McDunnes six unfortunate victims, that must disappear within seven days. Unknowing their history, each female victim has a father who is a higher up in certain governments.
Joe McDunne finds out that the preservative he must use that is supplied to him by Genseige Labs is no longer available. The young and pretty Carrie Ludlowe explains to Joe that he must return what he has. Joe starts to plot with some of the family on what to do next.
Frank Jecobe who is the head of a competing soup company that is being outsold by the McDunne’s is looking for salvation to save his company from total bankruptcy. He comes up with a scheme he hopes will save his dying company.
It seemed like a wonderful day to go out on a jog; that is until a girl gets kidnapped. A typical college girl awakes to find herself detained and bound in some unfamiliar residence where her so called friend, Elle, and Elle’s twin brother Warren performed tortuous experiments on her.
For two snooty college girls, Abigail and Taylor, the bartender plots with Dale to have them kidnapped like so many others. The two girls soon find themselves getting knocked out, only to be taken to the McDunne house where their horrors are ready to begin.

Submitted: March 3, 2020
Last Updated: March 4, 2020

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The Writer: Randall Johnston

New Mexico native, I was born in Albuquerque, then moved to Denver in 1986 where I finished out my high school years. I enrolled in acting and then advanced acting. I returned to New Mexico where I attended College at ENMU where I continued my love for acting. I opened my production company in 2003 and have been filming and shooting short films, documentaries and numerous television commercials for various customers and clients. I am currently writing several screenplays and I am also working on several new television series projects. I hope to join the DGA along with the WGA very soon. Go to bio
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Lawyer: Wesley Pool