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A comprehensive list of  our Launch Pad Features Alumni and their feature scripts. Agents and Managers take note! These writers are currently uprepresented so get them while their hot!

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A SEAT IN HELL

Logline: Bored with life after traveling the world, a dying medical examiner attempts to quench his thirst for exploration by vicariously traveling through Hell via tales told by the executed Death Rowers he secretly revives.
Writer: Sam Celia
Genre: Psychological Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A compelling and well crafted story that structurally hits all the right notes. The writing is solid, and the description of Hell, in particular, is worth waiting for. This is a solid psychological thriller that is well worth the read. FLATLINERS meets BLACK SWAN.
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ALL THE DEVILS ARE HERE

Logline: After a father’s desperate attempt to keep his son from dating his mistress ends in murder, he finds himself racing to cover his tracks, as layers of revenge, blackmail, and deception peel away to reveal no one is innocent, no one is perfect, and no one will make it out of this unscathed.
Writer: Jon Bachmann & Katherine Griffin
Genre: Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Powerful roles and exceptional writing propel this script to such a high level that A-list talent will have to take note. With twist after twist, the script keeps you on your toes as pages fly by, and characters surprise in each wholly unpredictable moment. This truly is an “American Beauty” meets “American Psycho,” with two powerhouse roles for a male and female lead looking for something fresh! AMERICAN BEAUTY meets AMERICAN PSYCHO.
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BLOOD RUSH 

Logline: A geeky college freshman must fight for his afterlife when he discovers he’s pledging a fraternity of vampires.
Writer: Scott Patch
Genre: Supernatural | Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
This is an original mash up where horror meets college life setting. The characters are well-rounded and have strong supporting dialogue. The script’s strong sense of structure should make this an interesting read for fans of the genre. THE LOST BOYS meets ANIMAL HOUSE.
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BLUFF, THE

Logline: A confidential police informant must protect his family when he finds himself caught between a bloodthirsty crime boss, a friend gone to far, and the dirty cop who’s blackmailing him.
Writer: Darius Turbak
Genre: Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Based on a true story, this is a smart and well-written script with one hell of a protagonist and antagonist pairing. Combine that with enough drama, suspense, thrills, and action to keep your eyes glued to the page, and this incredibly grounded story is just waiting to earn critical and commercial praise. TRAINING DAY meets FRUITVALE STATION.
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BUTCHER HOLLER

Logline: When her security drags Iraq vet Eliza back to the mountains she once fled, she must battle a religious cult determined on unleashing the apocalypse and her own lack of faith to save an innocent child from becoming the final sacrifice.
Writer: Dan Shea
Genre: Horror | Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
The story is well laid-out and hits some horrifyingly scary notes. Strong dialogue and intriguing characters help strengthen this script even further. This is one that will leave your skin crawling long after you’ve put it down. DELIVERANCE meets SILENT HILL.
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CHOKE ARTIST, THE

Logline: When a guy prone to cracking under pressure wins the chance to kick a field goal at the Super Bowl for one million dollars, he desperately searches for a cure to his condition.
Writer: Jonathan Stuart
Genre: Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
This has strong commercial viability and while following the classic underdog gets the girl model, manages to create fun and engaging characters, with a dose of solid snappy dialogue. 
HAPPY GILMORE meets THE 40 YEAR OLD VIRGIN. 
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COOTIES

Logline: When a meteor brings an outbreak of space bugs who infect their victims and make them behave like overgrown two-year olds, an unlikely group of kids must find a way to thwart them, save their small town, and stop the potential downfall of civilization.
Writer: Frank Longo
Genre: Comedy | Family
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A fun Amblin-esque, coming-of-age adventure with space aliens, young loves and excitement abound. It’s four quadrant, family friendly, and is a delightful throwback to classic storytelling with a modern twist. THE GOONIES meets GREMLINS.
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DARKLANDS

Logline: A family must risk their lives in the wake of a mutating alien virus to save a young infant who may be the cure to saving the world.
Writer: Paul Sheridan
Genre: Action | Sci-Fi
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you should read: An intense, pulse-pounding, sci-fi thriller that approaches the genre from a new perspective while continuing to serve up great action and strong characters. Strong roles, story, and drama ground this story and deliver on every single page. 
WORLD WAR Z meets CHILDREN OF MEN.
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DIVORCE PARTY!

Logline: A hilariously raunchy ensemble comedy chronicling the intersecting arcs and misadventures of a group of people attending a divorce party.
Writer: Mukilan Thangamani
Genre: Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
In a script market constantly clogged with droves of questionable ‘edgy’ comedies, it stands out with fantastic dialogue, well fleshed-out characters, and hilariously original situations.
BRIDESMAIDS meets LOVE ACTUALLY. 
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FALLMAN

Logline: Sent to prison for saving the life of a police officer his partner shot during a botched armed robbery, when Mark Fallman is released all he wants to do is get back to his family and put his life back on track. But, instead he finds himself confronted by his recently escaped former partner, set to get revenge.
Writer: Blake Armstrong
Genre: Action | Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A modern day Western, this script hooks you from the opening pages and introduces you to a menacing antagonist that the audience can’t wait to see clash with our lead. 
NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN meets DRIVE.
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FASCINATION 127

Logline: An ex-con risks everything by taking a last in an effort to save his daughter’s life. The : take Jim Morrison’s coffin, turn it over to the client for twenty four hours, then return it to the ground before it is publicly exhumed for relocation to the U.S.
Writer: Alex Carl
Genre: Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you 
should read:
A compelling story with some solid action sequences, this script manages to create a cast of unique and diverse characters with lots of great moments along the way. 
OCEANS 11 meets HEAT. 
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FIRE FIGHT

Logline: A disgraced fire captain and a group of loggers struggle to survive in the remote wilderness after discovering a blaze that literally has a mind of its own
Writer: Trevor Mayes
Genre: Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
 A solid story with compelling characters faced with unusual circumstances, is the engine that drives this story forward. The script’s rich dialogue gives our characters plenty of depth and really sets up our strong and reluctant hero. It’s a fun read that keeps the reader turning the pages to know what happens next. PREDATOR meets BACKDRAFT.
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FORTY THIEVES

Logline: A group of forty mercenaries hijack a DEA shipment of drugs on the US/Mexico border and only a disgraced ex-special forces marine turned bounty hunter is prepared to bring them to justice.
Writer: Peter Hamilton & Scott Hamilton
Genre: Action
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A modern western with the type of character you build a franchise around. Mixing the idea of a classic fable with a fresh twist, big action, and a modest budget, makes this one incredibly attractive for those looking to launch a new character into a Summer blockbuster. 
Modern take on ALI BABA AND THE FORTY THIEVES.
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INTRO TO CREATION

Logline: A comedic retelling of the Book of Genesis from the perspective that God is a 15-year-old misfit with no faith in himself and our world is his half-assed Introduction to Creation class project.
Writer: Adam Goldstein
Genre: Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Hands down, this is the most original and engaging comedy you will ever read. A hilarious look at the creation of the universe that perfectly mixes science, creationism, and a coming-of-age tale into a hilarious stoner comedy with heart. Yes, you read all of that right. The characters, concept, and comedy make this one of the most enjoyable, page-turning scripts you’ll ever read.
SUPERBAD meets THE BOOK OF GENESIS.
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JAGUAR’S FANG, THE

Logline: When contact with an expedition on the trail of a mythical treasure is mysteriously lost, a paratrooper, a gentleman thief, and an archeologist must join forces to save the missing people and the treasure, or risk losing them forever to the sinister forces bent on the same prize.
Writer: Mikko Tormala
Genre: Action | Adventure
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
This has a pulp adventure with some really solid genre conventions in place. The set pieces are rich and tonally consistent. Overall this is one solid read. 
INDIANA JONES meets THE MUMMY. 
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KISS, THE

Logline: 15 years after a candid photo immortalized a moment of passion, two ex-lovers are reluctantly reunited to appear in an ad campaign that gives new meaning to the word “awkward.”
Writer: Susan Feehan
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A much-needed fresh take on the romantic comedy. With an original premise mixed with a perfect blend of tension and promiscuity, this script delivers in so many ways the genre has been lacking in years. Strong concept, hook, characters and storytelling bring us on an emotionally engaging ride, as we remember what it was we loved about the genre, and why strong characters were needed to bring us back to it in such a fun way.
In the vein of THE PROPOSAL. 
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MARLOWE

Logline: Based on a true story. African-American P.I. Sam Marlowe shows novice writer, Raymond Chandler the realities of detective work, juggling gangsters, corrupt politicians and movie star Jean Harlow to find out who is burning farms on the Arroyo Seco Canyon.
Writer: Louise Ransil
Genre: Drama | Thriller | Noir
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Snappy dialogue, mixed with some moments of sly humor showcase the writer’s ability of creating unique character’s with a high level of authenticity.This noir drama brings you into the world, populates it with rich characters as both our lead character and reader attempt to solve the mystery. L.A. CONFIDENTIAL meets CHINATOWN.
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MICKEY STANTON AND THE LEGIONS OF DARKNESS

Logline: When a commander of the underworld leads an unholy invasion to the surface, three lowly gas station attendants will battle his vile horde to stop them from wreaking havoc across the entire planet.
Writer: Robert Cornero
Genre: Action | Adventure | Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
This is an 80’s-monster movie enthusiast’s dream. Chock-full off great action, the writer’s abilities shine brightest in his crafting of characters and dialogue–both of which help set the overall tone of the world. This is an ode to some of our favorite monster movies of yesteryear. CLERKS meets ARMY OF DARKNESS. 
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NEWTON’S LAW OF EMOTION

Logline: As a young Isaac Newton pursues the affections of a headstrong princess, he seeks to uncover the principles of love using his new system of mathematics. However, his equations start to break down when her former lover enters the scene.
Writer: Eugene Ramos
Genre: Romantic Comedy | Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
This is a charming romantic comedy set in 1688 among people who are destined to be later famous in world history. The action throughout is written clearly and spaced well, which in collaboration with clearly defined characters makes this script an easy, enjoyable read. SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE meets DA VINCI’S DEMONS. 
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NIGHT WITCHES, THE

Logline: With wood and canvas biplanes, no radio, no lights, and no parachutes, a Soviet squadron of all-female pilots became the Germans’ most feared opponents during WWII, one bomb at a time.
Writer: Steven Prowse
Genre: Action | Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
One of the most amazing true stories you’ve never heard of until now. Mix in an exceptionally well written script with a cast of strong female leads overcoming and kicking ass and this will inspire anyone who sees it. Rich characters, intense action, and real life drama will fuel this page turning tale on to everyone’s must read list. ENEMY AT THE GATES meets UNBROKEN. 
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ONE MAN’S WORD

Logline: Based on a true story. An elite US Air Force pilot goes missing transporting a new state-of-the-art bomber across country. Written off as dead to family and friends, he stumbles into a Ranger’s Station fifty-five days later. The USAF labels him an American hero and their new poster boy, which leads to a bidding war for his exclusive story, an Ed Sullivan appearance, tossing out the first pitch at the World Series and parades. Then a simple statement by a rogue reporter creates one of America’s great military mysteries – pitting America against one man and his word.
Writer: David Schumacher
Genre: Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
The dialogue is well-structured and provides strong emotional beats. The characters are compelling and unique, and each one has a clear emotional journey as well as an overarching goal. What’s more, the story has a flawless structure that heightens the action, and creates an overall compelling read that shines. A FEW GOOD MEN meets THE FUGITIVE.
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RECOLLECTING REMY 

Logline: When a biographer desperately needs money to pay back a substantial loan, he must trigger the publication of his unreleased biography by finding and killing his subject and idol, a reclusive, ninety-one-year-old fantasy novelist.
Writer: Stacia Black & Matt Ferrone
Genre: Dark Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A charming story filled with strong characters with defined goals. The dialogue really shines as we’re taken on a fun and darkly comedic journey with some twists and turns along the way. 
BARTON FINK meets LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE.
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SHADOWED, THE

Logline: An outlaw must team-up with a company of Texas Rangers to do battle with the resurrected ghosts of vengeful Navajo braves besieging an isolated border town… but to defeat the unearthly Dark Riders the outlaw will finally have to face up to his former misdeeds.
Writer: Ken Miller
Genre: Horror | Western
Representation: Currently unrepresented
Why you
should read:
It’ll definitely cater well to fans of genre-benders, with its fusion of Western and Supernatural elements. The horror elements are top-notch, and the overarching narrative will captivate audiences right up until its brutal and heart-breaking conclusion. 
UNFORGIVEN meets ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13. 
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SHELBY SHERMAN OF SHERMANVILLE

Logline: A teenage girl wakes up after an accident in a fantastical land where she must clear her name of the crimes of her doppelganger.
Writer: Lisa Garvey
Genre: Drama | Fantasy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
One of the most enjoyable, fantastical, and yet frighteningly real spins on the fantasy tales mentioned above. With incredibly strong characters interwoven into a fresh spin on a familiar premise, this script successfully introduces it’s own mythology, while bringing you along on the adventure, and allowing us a look into our lead’s struggles to discover what is real in this world, and what may trap her here forever. 
WIZARD OF OZ meets ALICE IN WONDERLAND
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SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME

Logline: The lives of a lawyer-turned-gubernatorial candidate, a wrongly-imprisoned black farmer, and the first African-American Deputy U.S. Marshall are intertwined as they fight discrimination in the newly Emancipated South.
Writer: Jeanne Bowerman
Genre: Drama
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
Based on a Pulitzer Prize Winning Book, this is a sharply written, compelling, and powerful. Those are just a few ways to describe this exceptionally well crafted script, which is layered with thrills, surprises, and a deep emotional pull to the characters which live inside of it. With surefire Oscar bait on the page, and on the screen, the story delivers in every way desired. 
12 YEARS A SLAVE meets TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD. 
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STALKING MONICA BELLUCCI

Logline: A 20-something loser infatuated with Monica Bellucci recruits his fantasy’s doppelganger to help him finally meet the Italian movie star of his dreams.
Writer: Brendan Gore
Genre: Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented
Why you
should read:
Hands down, one of the most unique, and quirky journeys you’ll read this year. With a perfect blending of its unorthodox premise, with side-splitting comedy, and more than one of those ‘should I be laughing at this’ moments, you can’t help but fall in love with this script. It’s incredibly original, irreverent, unpredictable, and ultimately, in the end, the kind of heartwarming tale you’ve been hoping Hollywood would make for years. 
PUNCH DRUNK LOVE meets HOTEL CHEVALIER. 
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STRICKEN, THE

Logline: An unpopular young sheriff discovers an abandoned train stalled, robbed, and teeming with leprous undead and must pursue the charismatic bandit who carries both the stolen loot… and a deadly germ.
Writer: Robert Pilkington
Genre: Horror | Thriller | Western
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
A fun, fresh spin on a western that seamlessly mixes genres. With well-established characters, goals, and motivations it’s an easy and entertaining read. This script will keep you interested and provides a unique storyline of how a small town sheriff in the west must stop a possible global pandemic. All this while keeping up the thrills and chills of a horror film along the way.
TRUE GRIT meets CABIN FEVER.
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THIRD WHEEL, THE

Logline: While it seems like every single bitch they went to high school with is now living ‘happily-ever-after’, two thirty-something best friends put marriage, kids and mortgages on hold in order to chase a different dream – writing the next big novel craze a la Twilight or Fifty Shades of Grey… However, with their chance of success fading as fast as their looks, their close bond is fractured when one of them panics and falls for ‘Mr. Right Now.’
Writer: Matthew James Kinmonth
Genre: Comedy
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you 
should read:
In the vein of BRIDESMAIDS, it’s got fresh, fun and dynamic characters, and dialogue which is absolutely spot-on. The comedy is smart and energetic, and fun for a broad demographic. BRIDESMAIDS meets I LOVE YOU, MAN. 
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TREES OF PEACE

Logline: Centers on four women trapped in a small underground room fighting for their survival during the Rwandan Genocide. A heart wrenching true story of how these strangers formed an unbreakable bond over three months of captivity.
Writer: Alanna Brown
Genre: Drama | Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you 
should read:
A taut thriller that never pulls a punch as you spend close to 3 months in a cramped cellar with four women during the Rwandan massacre. This is a tense and emotional movie. Presenting moral issues, real life drama, suspense, and a constant feeling of claustrophobia, this story never stops posing questions on humanity and morality. A compelling story about surviving a real-life horror. HOTEL RWANDA meets PANIC ROOM.
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UNDER THE BORRACHERO TREE

Logline: A man who wakes up with nothing but the clothes on his back and no memory of the last 48 hours, and must use his criminal connections to find his missing Drug Lord brother, and hunt down the people who stole his money and his free will.
Writer: Scott Waldvogel & Matt DeMartini
Genre: Drama | Thriller
Representation: Currently unrepresented.
Why you
should read:
With an incredibly strong sense of world, sharp dialogue, and an original  story that explores an intriguing mystery, this script will keep the pages turning. Each scene methodically unravels a little more about the main character as we uncover fragments of his shadowed past. With grounded action and story, this is a fresh perspective on the gang/drug genre with a powerful lead and palpable tension. TAKEN meets MEMENTO. 
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