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About 'ScriptShadow' Channel

Screenwriting and Screenplay Reviews

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'ScriptShadow' mostly contains texts of a basic readability level which may show their aim to reach a wider audience. Besides, there are articles of intermediate readability, which make up more than a quarter of all content on the channel.

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[...] going bad, only to make us stick around for another 40 pages, where we’re forced to watch the main character wallow in pity. Writer must learn, amongst other things, that when you’ve reached your [...]

Screenwriting Article – Act Two Boogaloo

[...] to take your character. A better definition is probably: when it APPEARS that your main character has FAILED at his goal. Now Interstellar had a whole lot of shit going on, so it’s not the [...]

Screenwriting Article – Ben Affleck is Autistic

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Screenplay Review – The Secret Service (Huntsman and Sons)

[...] can’t be choosers. But The Secret Service does have one major problem. It whiffs with its main character. I’m talking about Eggsy. In every one of the movies I mentioned above, the formula is the [...]

2014 Black List Thoughts!!!

[...] readers. You had the opportunity to discover one of the Black List scripts during Amateur Offerings but you passed it over! More on that later. But yeah, I may have to ground you at the end of [...]

Amateur Offerings!!!

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Amateur Offerings!

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Amateur Offerings

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Amateur Friday – The Battle of Mirbat

[...] @gmail.com. Remember that your script will be posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of [...]

Amateur Friday – The Baltimore Plot

[...] @gmail.com. Remember that your script will be posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of [...]

Amateur Friday – Black Friday

[...] @gmail.com. Remember that your script will be posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of [...]

Amateur Friday – Ivy

[...] @gmail.com. Remember that your script will be posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of [...]

Amateur Friday – The Willow Groves

[...] an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays near the top. Genre: Horror/Thriller Premise (from writer): A struggling journalist [...]

Amateur Friday – Wars of Eternal Spring (We’ve got a winner here!)

[...] use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays near the top. Genre: Martial Arts/Asian Epic Premise (from writer): A rebellious-minded [...]

Amateur Friday – Jenny’s Got A Cult

[...] an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays near the top. Genre: Comedy Premise (from writer): A dysfunctional family must band [...]

Amateur Friday – Super Epic

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Amateur Friday – The Peak of Fear

[...] – The Peak of Fear Get Your Script Reviewed On Scriptshadow!: To submit your script for an Amateur Review, send in a PDF of your script, along with the title, genre, logline, and finally, something [...]

Amateur Friday – Rebel City

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Amateur Friday – Devil In You

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Amateur Friday – Pet

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Amateur Friday – The Followed

[...] posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays [...]

Amateur Friday – Liar Coward Judge

[...] posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays [...]

Amateur Friday – Otis Kringle Hates Christmas

[...] posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays [...]

Amateur Friday – The Benefactor

[...] posted. If you’re nervous about the effects of a bad review, feel free to use an alias name and/or title. It’s a good idea to resubmit every couple of weeks so your submission stays [...]

Screenplay Review – Do Over

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[...] ’s vote, I’m sure it’s only a matter of time before the script, and Tom, find success. Script link: Space Invaders [ ] what the hell did I just read? [ ] wasn’t for me [x] worth the read [...]

Amateur Friday – Black Friday

[...] . But something’s missing and I can’t pinpoint exactly what it is. What did you guys think? Script link: Black Friday [ ] what the hell did I just read? [x] wasn’t for me [ ] worth the read [ ] [...]

Amateur Friday – The Baltimore Plot

[...] because if they stick with it, I think they have a real shot at working in this industry. Script link (old draft): The Baltimore Plot Script link (new draft): The Baltimore Plot [ ] what the [...]

Amateur Friday – The Battle of Mirbat

[...] we need to shore up these issues first. Good luck, Danny. I hope my thoughts helped. ☺ Script link: The Battle of Mirbat [ ] what the hell did I just read? [x] wasn’t for me [ ] worth [...]

Screenwriting Article – How Not to Feary Your Screenplay Query

Screenwriting Article – How Not to Feary Your Screenplay Query The first person who can tell me the screenwriting significance of this picture gets [...]

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Amateur Offerings

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Screenplay Review – February

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Amateur Offerings!

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Screenwriting Article – How Not to Feary Your Screenplay Query

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Screenwriting Article – 10 Successful Movies That Wouldn’t Have Made It Out of t...

[...] going bad, only to make us stick around for another 40 pages, where we’re forced to watch the main character wallow in pity. Writer must learn, amongst other things, that when you’ve reached your [...]

Screenwriting Article – Act Two Boogaloo

[...] to take your character. A better definition is probably: when it APPEARS that your main character has FAILED at his goal. Now Interstellar had a whole lot of shit going on, so it’s not the [...]

Screenwriting Article – Ben Affleck is Autistic

[...] to literally choose “litter” to star in was confounding. Until you look deeper. You see, the main character in The Accountant is autistic. And this is the screenwriting secret that so many writers [...]

Screenplay Review – The Secret Service (Huntsman and Sons)

[...] can’t be choosers. But The Secret Service does have one major problem. It whiffs with its main character. I’m talking about Eggsy. In every one of the movies I mentioned above, the formula is the [...]

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