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Dark of kNight (adaptation)

Lycanwolf shape-shifters have little considerations for Vampires. But those despicable Werewolves... Vampires hate them.

Written by: JZ Murdock     [Contact Author]
Format: Screenplay
Budget: Mid
Starring Roles For: Sam Worthington
Anne Hathaway
Gerrett Hedlun
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Posted: 08/25/2010
Updated: 09/01/2018
Author Bio: Minor in Screenwriting from Western Washington University. My first screenplay ever was written in a special, eight person, hand picked screenwriting class at that University, selected from the top students in previous playwriting classes.

I worked with Scorpio Pictures for two years in the late 90s as an unpaid, in house writer.

I adapted the paranormal romance novel, "Dark of kNight" for Author TL Mitchell at her request, which did well at WILDSound screenplay competition.

I have two horror books out, "Anthology of Evil" and "Death of Heaven", and epic horror novel.

I am also in the 2010 "The Undead Nation Anthology" ("Gumdrop City") and, "Rhonny Reaper's Creature Features" ("The Conqueror Worm"). My first short story of social horror was in 1991 in "Haunts Horror Quarterly" magazine ("In Memory, Yet Crystal Clear").

I have been published in various Computer periodicals. I have an Author Central page.

For years I was a Sr. Technical Writer for years and produced computer manuals and technical documentation for companies including Proprietary and Confidential documents for US West Technologies while working on a high level development team.

Actor Rutger Hauer personally chose my short story, "Poor Lord Ritchie" (now formatted for my "HearthTales" screenplay) for his international writer of the week contest.

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