(I’m shamelessly stealing this format from the incredible and incomparable Chuck Wendig. Read his books!)
Snake Bite is the story of a female police officer escorting a prisoner to the site of his most recent murder. But when the prisoner’s brother, the leader of a notorious gang, ambushes the cops to free the prisoner, the cop has to fight to survive the day and keep a dangerous murderer from being freed.
So I finally got my feature-length screenplay Snake Bite to a point that I’m okay with other people looking at it and, whoo boy, that was a wild ride. How can a screenplay be simultaneously the easiest and the hardest thing to create?
I decided that completing my fourth feature screenplay would be a good time for some self-reflection, so without further ado…