Just in time for Halloweeen, The 2011 Blood List!
The Blood List, created by manager Kailey Marsh, features the most-liked unproduced screenplays in the horror, thriller, sci-fi, fantasy, and dark comedy/drama genres, as voted on by Kailey Marsh and friends.
WITH 15 VOTES
MAGGIE by John Scott 3
After a zombie infects a 16-year old girl, she has six weeks before she transforms.
Billy Hawkins and Dan Rabinow (CAA)
Status: Pierre Ange financing. Henry Hobson attached to direct. Casting.
WITH 13 VOTES
BETHLEHEM by Larry Brenner
In a post-apocalyptic world overrun by flesh-eating zombies, a benevolent vampire teams up with a group of humans to survive.
Martin Spencer (CAA) | Mitch Soloman (Magnet Management)
Status: Joe Roth and Palak Patel producing. Julius Sevcik directing.
SUBJECT ZERO by Dave Cohen
It’s a love story on par with Romeo & Juliet. It’s a father and son movie. It’s a tragedy. It’s a monster movie tipping it’s hat to Frankenstein and most importantly it’s an origin story explaining the birth of a viral scourge.
Emile Gladstone (ICM) | Jeremy Platt (Generate)
WITH 11 VOTES
MR. ALLEN by John Hulme
When his childhood boogeyman returns, a father must fight toprotect not only his inner fears, but also his family.
Adam Levine (Verve) | John O’Morisano (Powder Room Graffiti)
Status: Hulme is attached to direct.
WITH 7 VOTES
THE BOY NEXT DOOR by Barbara Curry
A lonely woman in her 30s has a one-night stand with the 17-year-old boy next door but his obsession proves to be deadly. In the vein of “Fatal Attraction.”
John Jacobs (Smart Entertainment)
WITH 6 VOTES
THE DEVIL’S PUNCHBOWL by Alex Schenker and Max Schenker
Upon inheriting a ranch, a man becomes mired in an age-old blood feud with his new neighbors.
Greg Pedicin (Gersh) | Jeremy Platt (Generate)
IN THE EVENT OF A MOON DISASTER by Mike Jones
A re-telling of the first moon landing, but in this version disaster strikes the astronauts.
David Kopple (CAA) | Lindsay Willams (Gotham Group)
Status: FilmNation producing.
MARTYRS by Mark L. Smith
Two best friends who grew up in foster care take revenge on those that brutalized them. Based on the French film of the same name that was written and directed by Pascal Laugier
Stuart Manashil (CAA)
Status: Temple Hill and Morgan White producing. Daniel Stamm is attached to direct.
WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK by Scott Milam
After a girl wakes up from a brutal attack, she begins to have supernatural visions, which leads her to unravel a disturbing truth about NYC’s Washington Square Park. In the vein of “Poltergeist” meets “Salem’s Lot.” Based on true events.
Adam Levine (Verve) | Brad Kaplan (Evolution)
Status: Daniel Alter and Caliber Media Co.’s Jack Heller producing and looking to partner.
WITH 5 VOTES
NO GOOD DEED by Jessica Chandler-Fay
After saving the life of a young woman left for dead in an alley, a good samaritan couple realize the dying girl was just bait and quickly find themselves in an escalating game of cat and mouse with the twisted family who set the trap. In the vein of “The Strangers.”
Ken Freimann (Circle of Confusion)
WITH 4 VOTES
CUL-DE-SAC by Evan Hoyt Wasserstrom
When a group of teenagers carpool to a Friday night party together,looking for a good time, they end up at the wrong house which is occupied by squatters (a murderous husband and wife) who will do anything to get their hands on a young female to procreate for them.
Ryan Saul (APA)
Status: Available, Dan Scheinkman attached to produce and looking to partner.
THE FACES by Eric Reese
A newlywed couple finds themselves the target of an organizationthat uses terror as a means of entertainment.
Stuart Manashil and Matt Rosen (CAA) | Jeremy Bell, Nate Matteson and Peter McHugh (Gotham Group)
Status: FilmNation producing. Paul Solet directing.
WITH 3 VOTES
RATTLE MAN by Victor Salva
3 brothers encounter the evil Rattle Man, a shadowy figure that terrorizes them and their small coastal town.
Abram Nalibotsky (Gersh) | Dave Brown (Artist International)
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