Christopher Pendegraft

Keep those Scriptshadow 250 entries coming. In the meantime, here’s another batch of scripts to check out. The amount of horror scripts sent in this week outranked all other genres 4 to 1. You guys really like horror! I was able to slip in a few non-horror scripts though, for those who don’t want to […]
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Looking through the Scriptshadow 250 Contest (3 months left to sign up!) entries, I’ve noticed a surprising number of “blockbuster-type” scripts, the kind of screenplays writers hope will become the next big studio franchise. With the summer blockbuster season on our doorstep (Avengers tomorrow! Yay!), this got me thinking – what is it on the […]
Genre: Mystery-Thriller Premise: When a group of boys turns up dead with their skulls surgically detached, a broken down FBI agent must use a mysterious 50 year old short movie to find their killer. About: Mark Heyman wrote Black Swan for Darren Aronofsky and if I had to guess, the producers here hired him in […]
Genre: TV Pilot – 1 hr. Drama/Comedy Premise: A look at the behind-the-scenes drama that occurs on a “Bachelor” like reality show. About: Had you told me a month ago I’d be reviewing a Lifetime teleplay about reality television, I would’ve told you to bring me your torch. You’ve been voted off the island. But […]