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Did I also mention that I am not the Jon Dalton from "Survivor" either?
At any rate, here's more from my rewrite of John and Mark Polonia's PETER ROTTENTAIL, now in post-production:
EXT. GRANDMA'S HOUSE -- MOMENTS LATER
The two come down the back steps and look at the overgrown yard. A garage is to the left.
Lenny cups his hands over his eyes and looks into the garage windows.
Yeah, had some good times in this garage. Grandpa's old caddy. Yeah, baby. My first time was right in there.
It must have been hard for you when Spot died.
Lenny shoots him a look.
Lenny heads back to the house.
Wonder if there's any foil up in a kitchen cabinet somewheres. Maybe we can get some cable.
You with the cable again!
At the top of the back steps, he stops and looks back.
After a long moment, he shuts the door behind him.
The camera slowly pans across the yard, coming to rest on the dark garage window.
Suddenly, Peter's twisted face rises into view, evil eyes gleaming.
These two little pellets will be too easy!
INT. GRANDMA'S HOUSE (LIVING ROOM) -- NIGHT
Feature footage from some third-rate b-movie. The camera slowly pans away and tracks along the carpeted floor. A TV remote has been dropped carelessly. Several empty beer and wine bottles are scattered around. A few moments later, it is revealed that they came from Lennie's limp hand, hanging over the edge of the couch.
The camera finds Lennie sleeping. On the other end of the couch, James tosses and turns.
SMASH CUT TO:
INT. DREAMSCAPE -- NIGHT
Freeze-frame flashes of the small child being pursued by the shadowy magician. Lightning FLASHES, thunder ROLLS.
The magician draws closer, his killing blade ready to strike.
SMASH CUT TO:
INT. GRANDMA'S HOUSE (LIVING ROOM) -- MOMENTS LATER
James JOLTS awake and looks around, GASPING.
Jesus. Just another dream.
James wipes sweat off of his brow and looks at his cousin.
Lenny moves a little in his sleep and FARTS.
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