Chicago. 1930. After the death of Detective Leonard Bachman, a young telephone operator's life drastically changes,... more
An unproduced screenplay writer from the UK. Into Novels, Comic Books, the Guitar and Cinema. I live with my wife and our two sons. Influences, admiration & respect to: Stephen King, David Fincher, Guillermo Del Toro, Alfred Hitchcock, Jack Kirby, Andrew Kevin...
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An unproduced screenplay writer from the UK. Into Novels, Comic Books, the Guitar and Cinema. I live with my wife and our two sons. Influences, admiration & respect to: Stephen King, David Fincher, Guillermo Del Toro, Alfred Hitchcock, Jack Kirby, Andrew Kevin Walker, JJ Abrams and Darren Aronofsky.
Reviews by dial_revenge 6
A review of A Constant Variableby dial_revenge on 07/26/2009By the first 20 pages I was hooked. Completely. I read it in one sitting and at times it made me laugh out loud. The characters were so well written and I could see the film in my head play almost instantly as I read it. It was very well paced and the structure was strong, I was surprised at how water tight it was. Apart from the mistakes you've already mentioned in your... read
A review of Forsaken (rev.)by dial_revenge on 07/24/2009Forsaken by Jose L. Villanueva, focuses on Kal Stanton, a rugged, match-chewing bounty hunter and his journey to avenge the death of his sister and her family in the old west. From the off, this screenplay totally gripped me. The dialogue was understated, almost minimal, which complemented the 'ghost town' feel of the place. The descriptive writing was clear and vivid and... read
A review of Tangale's Peakby dial_revenge on 07/15/2009Abdullah M. Audu's 'Tangale's Peak' is a drama set in eleventh century Nigeria focusing on twin brothers, soon to be heirs of the LATIGRAN'S throne. A subject/period I had little prior knowledge of. I was intrigued by the idea that this script could transport me to a world I had never entertained in fiction or history and excited me greatly that I might learn something in the... read