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It WAS the boogeyman: A look at John Carpenter’s Halloween.
Zen and the art of exorcising bad story analysis
Ordinary People’s Not So Ordinary Inciting Incident
Analyzing the farce and its reliance on character perspective
Logline Contest – Win A Free Entry To Shore Scripts Screenplay Contests!
Empathy: Your Story’s Best Friend
Scene analysis: The Woodsman – empathy done right.
The Power of The One: Schindler’s List and The Little Girl in Red
Machiavellianism, Keyser Söze and The Usual Suspects.
Empathy: What ‘Show, Don’t Tell’ Really Means In Storytelling
How to keep your audience in suspense.
Two elements each of these seminal horror movies since 1960 have in common, Part II: Identity
The Audience’s Perspective: Dramatic Irony In Hitchock’s North By Northwest.
Two elements each of these seminal horror movies since 1960 have in common, Part I.
Did the ending to No Country For Old Men leave you cold and confused? Here’s why.
Going deep inside the underbelly of Sicario.
How Pixar surprisingly missed the mark with empathy in Toy Story 3.
Tunneling to the heart of The Shawshank Redemption
A Look Inside the storytelling of Pixar’s Inside Out.
The Babadook: when allegory meets expressionism in a therapeutic horror classic.
A Monster Calls: A Perfect Illustration Of Why We Tell Stories
Cracking A Beautiful Mind And Its Schizophrenic Inciting Incident