Bogieville (Feature Film Screenplay)

Updated: Jul 2

Synopsis:

When a couple finds themselves taking shelter in a strange farm they need to make an agreement with the vampires nesting in the adjacent mobile home park in order to be left alive.


Our Review:

This script is tremendously entertaining and takes you deeper into an absolute fantasy. Bogieville is a compelling and addictive script, makes it every bit worthy especially to those who enjoy the Vampire movies. Most will enjoy this as it is not as predictable like typical horror movies. The writing is prolific and the dialogue is not forced. Horror probably may be the easiest genre of film to make but at the same time it is the hardest genre to get it right. It won’t be a surprise if this script gets the opportunity to adapt this story for a much larger film with a decent budget. Best wishes and leaving now with anticipation.


Writer Biography - Henry P. Gravelle

Henry P. Gravelle is a published Author, Screenwriter, and Playwright whose catalog includes nearly fifty short stories, several novellas, and novels including The Bamboo Heart, Pug, Hobo, The Fort Providence Watch, and The Banshee. The western series, The Doc Jacobi Adventures, and a paranormal detective series, The Buddy Sands Cases. His screenwriting credits include several feature and short films as well as a collection of short plays and a comedy web series, The Over Easy Courthouse Cafe. He is a member of the Dramatist Guild of America and the Western Writers of America. Henry resides in North Easton, Massachusetts.

Specifications


  • Project Type: Screenplay

  • Number of Pages: 131

  • Language: English

  • First-time Screenwriter: No

  • Student Project: No


























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