Loeffelholz 

member since 03/02/2003 | last login 08/05/2008

I have been writing since the sixth grade---such is the nature of my illness. Heavily influenced by Edgar Allan Poe, Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean and Hunter S. Thompson. Admired directors: Hitchcock, Kubrick, Kurosawa, Lean, Ford. Married to a lovely, long-suffering woman named...

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I have been writing since the sixth grade---such is the nature of my illness. Heavily influenced by Edgar Allan Poe, Ian Fleming, Alistair MacLean and Hunter S. Thompson. Admired directors: Hitchcock, Kubrick, Kurosawa, Lean, Ford. Married to a lovely, long-suffering woman named Cindy. Two amazing sons, Ian and Alec, ages 10 and 8. Thanks to anybody who takes the time to read my stuff... NOTICE: WORK WANTED - WILL WRITE FOR MONEY! ;)

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Reviews by Loeffelholz 214

  • by Loeffelholz on 08/23/2006
    I was very happy to have been assigned this script---truly one of the more legendary works on TS---and it was with great anticipation that I sat down to read it. I wasn't disappointed. "Why We Fight" is one hell of a lot of fun---written with great dash and an excellent, fully-developed sense of the absurd. The writer manages to work a number of surprises into the story as... read
  • A review of According To Plan
    by Loeffelholz on 12/03/2005
    I really enjoyed this read---a fast-paced, funny and startling piece, chock-full of the sort of cinematic happenstance which can be irresistible and very entertaining if done correctly. I enjoyed the through-line of the mustard bottle (French's would love the opportunity, I'm sure!). The transitions, which admittedly took a bit of getting used to, were ultimately effective... read
  • A review of Lost House - revised
    by Loeffelholz on 09/25/2005
    This is a fairly solid thriller; Act I is nice and tight, and the dramatic action escalates at a good pace. Jeffrey is VERY creepy; his villainy, particularly early on, is quite effective. The writer does a good job of putting the audience in the situation, which gives the piece a nice sense of momentum. The sense of a family in chaos, and a wild situation unfolding, is... read
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Comments About Loeffelholz 1

  • RachelKane on 08/06/2008

    I'm thinking about writing something based around WWI. How was the going for you when dealing with historical accuracy? A labored task? A joy? Such an interesting and suprisingly under-tapped time period. People focus so much on Vietnam and the Nazi era they forget about it.

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