JasonDiggy 

member since 06/05/2009 | last login 03/10/2014

I live in a small town of 2,000 people outside Montréal, Canada. That might seem like the farthest place from Hollywood anyone could be, but in the last few years there’s been many films made right on my street: The Score (Edward...

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I live in a small town of 2,000 people outside Montréal, Canada. That might seem like the farthest place from Hollywood anyone could be, but in the last few years there’s been many films made right on my street: The Score (Edward Norton, Robert De Niro, Marlon Brando), Love! Valour! Compassion! (Jason Alexander), Zelda (Natasha Richardson, Timothy Hutton), Gothika (Halle Berry, Robert Downey, Jr.), and Taking Lives (Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawk, Kiefer Sutherland, Gena Rowlands). During the day I’m a mild-mannered teacher, but my superhero powers include writing novels and screenplays. In addition to my script here on TriggerStreet, my novel made the Editor's Desk on HarperCollins site, Authonomy.com, out of more than 4,000 books. It's now available through Amazon, Chapters/Indigo, B&N, etc., as "A Vigil for Joe Rose."

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  • A review of Dealing With the Dead
    by JasonDiggy on 03/08/2011
    Hi David, Good stuff! I really like this. Your strength as a writer is your dialogue--it’s very strong. My only suggestion is to up your game a bit and have Jack speak more uniquely, avoid clichés, make up his own twists on clichés so he is more distinct. He’s not very likeable, save for the great lines you give him. Use that! All-in-all there’s little else I can suggest... read
  • by JasonDiggy on 03/08/2011
    Hi Steve, This is a really cute story and you write it well. There are some funny things going on, a good setup, and you had me all the way with the likable characters and fun situations. There’s not a lot I can add other than to tell you I assume you’re not British. Jeffery seemed too British and Jimmy not British enough. I’m not sure that’s a big thing if this plays as an... read
  • A review of Parashites
    by JasonDiggy on 03/07/2011
    Hi Philip, I really enjoyed your SP. I don’t see it as a true horror as I wasn’t “scared,” but it is a very good gross-out comedy. All the elements are in place that make this really work: a gross subject matter that shows you know your audience, along with some really funny dialogue and scenes. There’s little I can add to this other than to comment that at times it reads... read
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