After being stiffed, an unhinged waitress, hellbent on revenge, torments the customer who didn't tip her and his surprisingly resourceful family. "Don't Breathe" meets "Joker".
Award-winning writer of "The Suicide Theory" (79% Rotten Tomatoes Score) on Amazon Prime, Itunes, Google Play, Youtube, etc. Named 2015 Best Australian Film by Fakeshemp.net, Guardian's #5 Australian Film of 2015, Winner - Austin Film Festival Audience Award, Winner - Dances With Films Grand Jury Prize.
Writer of 2020's upcoming Aussie thriller, "Rage".
The Suicide Theory (trailer) - https://youtu.be/5eaXXOKJvtg
Rage (teaser trailer) - https://vimeo.com/402447622
Your skill of the craft is evident in how you tell the story. Nice characters. Realistic dialogue. Good story structure. So, what exactly can I offer you? Well, the only thing I can do is give you my advice as someone who was able to visualize your story in my mind and approach it that way as a viewer.
I do believe that even though this is a well...
There are some things I woul...
I had pretty high expectations for this considering the reviews. It was a fun read, but it could be improved.
1. Concept - The concept wasn't very original or fresh, but the write clearly had fun with it and it shows. Although nowadays it's pretty hard to find an original or fres...
Concept: I think for a horror script, little is big. But the way the story carries the concept is not very strong. I mean things can get ugly just because a man didn't tip the waitress (Little) but it would have been better if there is only psycho killer throughout the story and his/her motive is clear. Again the killing motive must be a personal experience for the killer (big) What I mean by this is it would...