The Other Side "Where Hip Hop Meets The Twilight Zone" The Arrangement by David Stamps | Script Revolution

The Other Side "Where Hip Hop Meets The Twilight Zone" The Arrangement



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A love triangle leads sisters to murder, mayhem, a family fortune, and a maid with a secret identity, all for the love of one ex-con poet.

“The Other Side” is a hip twist on The Twilight Zone complete with original musical content.
The pilot episode is entitled "The Arrangement." In the pilot, an out of work black poet Calvin Tee who has captured the heart of Eugenia, a white heiress who intends to help him achieve his dreams, has just proposed.
But Dorothea, older and maladjusted, in gigantic dresses and pantaloons, is so envious she’s willing to kill to take him away.
Adelaide, the mulatto maid, witnesses as one sister kills the other then she tries to convince her to turn herself in, putting herself in danger. But Calvin Tee vows to protect Adelaide at all costs. But how far is he willing to go to do that? Will he be able to save her from the murderous sister who has vowed to take her life?

"The Other Side" would be perfect for NETFLIX or HULU. It can also be a feature film by grouping three episodes together. I have two other episodes, “The Boogie Man” and “That’s Just the Salt in Sugar”. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Submitted: August 10, 2018
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The Writer: David Stamps

Bio Mr. Stamps wrote the unofficial theme song for the United Cerebral Palsy Telethon in in 1992. David M. Stamps is a writer/producer. He wrote and produced a short film entitled “The Deadly Ms. Susan Aside.” Stamps raised the capital, secured a Grammy award-winning producer Chauncey Mahan to produce the music and starred in the video. He hired a production company to film it, featuring a poem he wrote. A performance poet, David produced a weekly showcase featuring stars like Michael Colyar, Malcolm Jamal Warner, and Wayne Lindsay. With poets, a live band, comedians, and Broadway star like Lynette Dupree and Ron Taylor as weekly fixtures at the iconic venue, the Atlas Supper Club, the... Go to bio