Four Stages To Writing A Screenplay

So while it wasn’t done in a day, thats mainly because time is a hot commodity. Add up the hour here and hour there and there you go, though I have no idea what the exact number is. I finished writing a screenplay today – and felt like it went through a four stage process, […]

Worst Summer Blockbusters, According To Them

Now playing at a theater near you. Star Trek: Into Darkness, Hangover 3, Fast and Furious 6, After Earth, Superman: Man of Steel, The Lone Ranger, Pacific Rim, 300: Rise of an Empire. Once again, sequels and remakes galore compile the list of 2013 summer blockbusters. Instead of making a list of worst summer blockbusters, […]

The Directors Cut – A Short Film In Bowbarr, Carrboro

About a week ago, Dead Red Eyes worked on filming a short in Carrboro. As it was a short comedy, most of it took place in a bar. And luckily, the wonderful Amanda of Bowbarr in Carrboro, NC let us do the filming during the day in her bar while it was closed (as long […]

Writing The Screenplay – Round Two, The Fix Up Review

So we drew up an outline to make sure the screenplay kept pace and didn’t go into those dangerous dead-end tangents. And then we used an iPad app to churn through pages at a fast pace (we’ll be reviewing other apps soon). We exported to Word and needed to do some tidying up. This was […]