“To make a great film you need three things – the script, the script and the script.” – Alfred Hitchcock
About Me - and the Scripts
I've been writing for a number of years and the scripts reflect my diversity of interests born out of a combination of my teenage years, academic studies, hobbies and meaningful experiences I've been lucky enough to have in my life so far. So far, there are seven feature scripts available to option with more to be added soon. The film posters were created by the award-winning Spanish freelance designer David Colon at https://colonfilm.com.
Please note that some of the pages contain very explicit language. If you have any questions regarding any of the movie concepts, please feel free to contact me.
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When a binman obsessed with being an 80s action-hero finds himself in an undeadly war against flesh-eating zombies, only trashing his obsession can save him and the world.
Bennett: The Binman Part II
A recovering 80s action-hero obsessed binman takes on a fervent C.I.A agent covering up the zombie debacle while rescuing an alien whose aggrieved comrades are heading to Earth to dump intergalactic waste and destroy the world.
A binman recycles his formerly destructive 80s action-hero obsession into a force for good to rescue his son from a dying vampire before he transmigrates his soul into the boy's body.
The Fall of Caesar
Having crushed the Gallic tribes, the victorious Julius Caesar returns to Rome but triumph turns to terror when the news arrives that the slaughtered Gauls have risen to fight again.
An unworldly newly-wed from the Iceni tribe in Britannia joins the Roman army, which conquered his people, to find his stolen bride whom pirates sold to a rebellious provincial governor.
The shy Athenian-born son of an immigrant Spartan potter must defeat Sparta's arrogant prince at the Olympic Games to save his city's democracy, and marry his deceased mentor's daughter.
Desperate to force a truce with archenemy Carthage, a pious Roman warrior wages war against the strategically important kingdom of Syracuse defended by a reclusive philosopher.