It is the third screenplay I have completed in eight weeks. Astoundingly, one of them, MEATEATERS, is already in post-production after a quick shoot in rural Pennsylvania; and another, HAUNTED HOUSE ON SORORITY ROW, is supposed to go before the lens before the end of August.
I have never seen anything happen so quickly. The hookers and cocaine promised by one of these two directors mentioned above hasn't even shown up yet.
This latest screenplay is about the lives and loves of a gang of female vampires, so perhaps it is just as well that my wife was out of the country while I was writing it. The rest of the information about this one is redacted until I get the high sign from the director.
I fell into the routine of day job work, coming home and writing for a few hours, and then rewarding myself by watching a movie and eating dinner in front of the TV; a sad glimpse into the grim parallel world I would have lived in had a pretty girl not gone out on a blind date with me in 1987.
I watched 20 movies while she was gone, a nice round number. Not necessarily the ones I thought were the best, but the top five that inspired me to keep going, were THE DEVIL'S KISS, SARTANA KILLS THEM ALL, THE TALE OF ZATOICHI, A COLT IS MY PASSPORT, and MANNAJA: A MAN CALLED BLADE.
Just as I was delivering the vampire movie another surprising project fell into my lap, which I am hoping to work on during the days next week, while giving my nights over to the Blue Whiskey Film Festival. Also, redacted until further notice; and I might have a zombie movie after that. Dinosaurs, haunted house, vampires, (redacted), and zombies; not a bad 2013. Thankfully it seems I have a little stored up in the tank, after going into exile for several years.
Until later, I am at firstname.lastname@example.org.