Scripts Wanted – Ultra-Low Budget Horror, Suspense, or Thriller

Do you have a Horror, Suspense, or Thriller script that is ultra-low budget? Is it ready to be sent out? If so, this script call may be for you! It came to me via InfoList.com. Check out the details:

SCRIPTS WANTED – ULTRA LOW BUDGET HORROR, SUSPENSE, OR THRILLER

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Scatena and Rosner Films LLC- Limited-Location, Edgy Scripts
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We are looking for completed feature-length ultra-low budget edgy horror, suspense or thriller scripts that take place in less than 4 locations with characters in their 20′s-30′s only. The total number of main or supporting roles with speaking parts should not exceed 8.

Think of most of the “Friday the 13th” or “Texas Chainsaw Massacre” films – a small group of characters caught in a tight situation (so no scripts with only a couple of main roles). Since this is an ultra-low project, we prefer gritty scripts with none or very few special effects. Disregarding the age of the characters, examples of limited-location scripts in those genres would be “Session 9,” “Saw,” “Bug,” “Rope,” “Hard Candy,” “Wait Until Dark” and “A l’interieur” (“Inside”).

Again, the characters must be in their 20′s-30′s. Scripts submitted with characters outside of this age range will not be considered.

Budget will not exceed $200,000. Non-WG writers only may submit.

Our credits include “Hollywood Douchebags,” which is in development with Wendy Kram (producer of Mad Money) on board as an Executive Producer, and “A Wake in Denver,” an InkTip-sourced script in development with Alan Chu (Art of War) and Mark Bennett (Good Will Hunting) on board as casting director.

TO SUBMIT:
1. Please go to www.InkTippro.com/leads
2. Enter your email address (you will be signing up for InkTip’s newsletter – FREE!)
3. Copy/Paste this code: 1mvfkw7t20
4. You will be submitting a logline and synopsis only, and you will be contacted to submit the full script only if there is interest from the production company.

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