There's no review this week, but your thoughts on the following are welcome in the comments.
The 1st 10 pages of WANTED: SUGAR DADDY by Monique Mata (Romantic Comedy)
Soon after being dumped, a gold-digger returns to her small town and sets her sights on a local bachelor. But her plans are derailed when she locks horns with his conniving girlfriend and his charming younger brother.
The 1st 10+ pages of CHEMICAL by Joshua Roach
In a Dystopian future, a young bounty hunter must track down a band of outlaws with supernatural powers who are responsible for the death of his father.
The 1st 12 pages of FOR RENT by Corey Swim (Psychological Horror)
A couple rents a New England home that seems too good to be true- during the worst winter storm in recent memory, they find out why.
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I haven't read the screenplay for the next one, but am excited to see it some day. It was written by the writer of Jonah Hex, William Farmer.
A mob enforcer attempts to piece together his mysterious past while trying to figure out whom he can trust and why someone wants him dead.
Director: John Whitney
Screenwriter: William Farmer