Framing the Dialogue

Archive for March, 2012


Police officer, Reed Shelton, convinces his wife and two friends to take an adventure…to leave the comfort of the city and go on a “survival” weekend camping trip.  Reed’s wife is rather shy and unworldly, but accepts the challenge.  Shortly into the first night they encounter something strange, something with a scream that gets into their soul, something terribly fast, something terrible vicious, and something that is after them.  Reed escapes the attack, but there is no sign of his wife, Beck.

The Fifth Angel

Imagine that one of your children has been kidnapped, abused, and found alive, but not really alive.  Imagine that you have been a successful criminal prosecutor and watch the “justice system” offer more protection to the criminal than the victim.  Imagine knowing that the person who did this to your child will get out of jail long before your child recovers.  Imagine if you know enough to realize that you cannot do anything about the evil person yourself because you’d be the natural suspect and couldn’t risk not being there for your daughter.  Imagine if you had access to information about other, similar savages that you could not be connected to.

Out Of Service

I am sorry that I haven’t posted, but I have had an inordinant number of visits from The Blue Screen of Death.  I have been working through the mess and hopefully will be back on Sunday (3/11).