Within a medieval English castle awaits an old festival celebrating the shortest day.
Picture an old-time English midwinter celebration.
As a girl walks through a magic mirror, she takes an curious journey.
A faithful adaptation of Lewis Carroll's timeless classic.
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Within the realm of Mother Goose, a rich miser attempts to steal his niece and nephew's inheritance.
Orphans Alan and Jane are the wards of their wicked Uncle Barnaby, who wants to steal their inheritance. He arranges with two sailors, Gonzorgo and Roderigo, for them to be shipwrecked and lost at sea, but they are rescued by gypsies and returned to Contrary Mary's garden. Contrary Mary, the eldest daughter of the Widow Piper, believing her beloved Alan is dead, has run away with her brother, Tom-Tom, rather than agree to marry Barnaby. After a second attempt on their lives, Alan and Jane are abandoned in the Spider Forest, where they are protected by the Moth Queen. Alan and Jane arrive in Toyland, where they find Contrary Mary and Tom-Tom and seek protection from the Master Toymaker, an evil genius who plots with Barnaby to create toys that kill and maim. The demonically possessed dolls turn on the Toymaker, killing him, and Barnaby uses the information to have Alan sentenced to death. Contrary Mary agrees to marry Barnaby in exchange for Alan's pardon, but after he marries her, Barnaby denounces Alan again. Tom-Tom reveals that an old law of Toyland permitting marriage between a widow and a condemned man on condition that he supports her may save Alan from the gallows. Barnaby dies after drinking a wine glass filled with poison meant for Alan, leaving Alan free to marry Contrary Mary.
Five ghost stories to show and watch in the dark.
Hosted by a shadowy host, five short horror films are presented in this anthology. The Cabinet of Curiosities: a man walks into a strange curiosity shop. The Night America Trembled: a family tunes in to a radio show (based on a true story). The Babysitter & the Man Upstairs: a teenage girl receives a strange telephone call. Frankenstein Unbound: famous British detective, Sherlock Holmes visits Castle Frankenstein. Requiem for a Puppet: a ventriloquist tell his story to a headshrinker.
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After a tornado transports a Kansas farmgirl to a magic land, she must go to a wizard in order to get home.
Based on the timeless classic by L. Frank Baum, this screenplay take you back to the days of vaudeville. Alongside with your usual characters, new ones come along. So, sit back and relax and enjoy.
After many years in obscurity, a timeless TV icon makes a comeback.
A timeless television icon makes a comeback in this situation-comedy.
Logline: A semi-typical crime show at best.
I don't usually watch crime shows. With that said, I'll give my two cents. There is nothing new about the screenplay at hand. If it were to become an actual show, it would be a Netflix original for sure. This screenplay is basically about human corruption, just like the writer intended. Clearly, they don't make them like they used to, but I digress. One thing about the script that turns me off is the cussing. The screenplay overall is okay. Like I said, I don't do screenplays on cops-and-robbers.
Logline: A homeless man with a shady past gets a second chance in life.
Carl has several misadventures such as getting sacked from his job, cheating on his gal and prison. In the end, he get a happy ending when he wins the lottery.