“[BAIT NIGHT is] a smart, focused thriller that has intelligence at every turn.”

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Praise

"BUZZ KILL is a cinematic, confidently-written horror comedy that functions well as a biting genre satire with a fiercely contemporary sensibility... [and] inventive and highly-visual gore, which stands to satisfy even the most ardent fans of the genre."

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"[BAIT NIGHT] is top-notch, professional storytelling."

Edwin Cannistraci, Judge - Final Draft Big Break Screenwriting Awards

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"BUZZ KILL [is] an intelligent, fiercely modern spec that manages to successfully contribute a vital sentiment to the horror comedy genre."

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"[BUZZ KILL is] underscored by a striking sense of place and some absolutely horrifying imagery, and the writer displays a strong affinity for moody dread and remarkably affecting shock."

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"Wow… just… WOW.  Without a doubt, BAIT NIGHT is one of the most original scripts that’s come across my desk in the past couple of years. As impressive as that is, the fact that it’s coupled with equally strong execution and a real, budget-conscious eye make this not just a fantastic writing sample, but a truly salable script."

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"The spectrum of mythology [of HEL(L.A.)] is truly amazing and well researched... The world is so well defined and specific that when we are dropped into it we just take off running and it doesn't feel rushed. All the work that went into it pays off. There are very few things I could find fault with. Great twists and turns all the way to the end and I'm just wanting to read episode 2. Excellent work!"

Austin Film Festival Reader

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"The concept and story are excellent. The craft is solid, with great description and dialogue. The voice is superb. The characters are fun and we have an emotional connection to them. Thematically, the script dives into the deeper meaning of horror. Its great!!"

Academy Nicholl Fellowship Reader

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 “We are supposedly living in a new golden age of television greatness, and it's hard for a specific show to pull away from the pack. But [HEL(L.A.)] feels like something that would surprise viewers in the best possible way, bringing them back week after week, episode after episode..”

Austin Film Festival Reader

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