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Shootin' The Scripts Reviews

Shootin' The Scripts is run by J.E. Clarke a longtime prolific screenwriter who loves to give others a boost in the marketplace by highlighting their material. She brings with her a loyal band of readers who share the same compassionate attitude. This is all about highlighting what makes a script great by focusing on the positives. You'll find no negative criticism or lists of issues here. Submitting a script for consideration couldn't be easier; click here for details - CJ

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Countdown by Gary Rowlands
A devoted couple turn on each other when a stranger claiming to be from the future demands they hand over their only child to save mankind.
Feature
Thriller
For sale
85pp
5 readers love this script
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Mate-ing by Robert Spence
Two twenty something friends, Mark and Nat, manoeuvre their way through the contemporary dating scene with disastrous circumstances.
Web Series Pilot
Comedy, Romance
For sale
12pp
1 reader loves this script
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Offline by Gary Rowlands
When a bed-ridden teen discovers his online crush has been murdered, he vows to hunt down her killer – before the serial psychopath strikes again.
Feature
Horror
For sale
80pp
4 readers love this script
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Mile 42 by John P. Dowgin
When an extreme distance runner encounters a human trafficking ring during a 100-mile desert ultramarathon, he must battle both exhaustion and the criminals to save the innocents.
Feature
Action
For sale
93pp
1 reader loves this script
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The Devil's Toy by Chris Keaton
A father on the run after being accused of murdering his children must destroy an ancient evil before it kills again
Feature
Horror, Thriller
For sale
83pp
Rockstar
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Honey Mustard by Michael J Kospiah
After being stiffed, an unhinged waitress, hellbent on revenge, torments the customer who didn't tip her and his surprisingly resourceful family. "Don't Breathe" meets "Joker".
Feature
Horror, Thriller
For sale
93pp
6 readers love this script
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Read Review by L. Chambers