Those of you who are fans of the indie quasi-zombie flick Deadgirl, and recently checked out the Bloody Disgusting Selects title Chop, are going to love the latest blog post by screenwriter-turned-director Trent Hagga.
By clicking here you’ll be able to download and read the official screenplay for the unproduced sequel to Deadgirl, Marcel Sarmiento and Gadi Harel’s festival favorite about two teenagers who make a shocking discovery (a woman tied to a bed that’s anything but dead) that not only threatens their friendship but also their lives.
“What I ended up writing could maybe be described as ‘ ‘Precious’ meets ‘The Pit’ with a zombie attack dog,’ ” teases Haaga. “My idea for the sequel was to try and tell a story from the point of view of a female outcast and what would happen if she found the DEADGIRL this time … instead of using the DEADGIRL for the impetus of her sexual fantasies, what if she used the DEADGIRL for her revenge fantasies instead?”
Enough from Mr. Haaga, click the link and read it for yourself! Would you have enjoyed this sequel?
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