Red Mist Horror Feature Script

Award winning, low budget horror script, the first part of a trilogy

Genre: Psychological horror thriller.

Production: Micro-budget, contained locations and limited cast. Set in a northern English city. 93 page script.

Catchy Strapline: Understanding male toxicity is one thing. Controlling it is another…

Logline: A married couple’s mundane lives are thrown into chaos with the arrival of a charismatic lodger, a PhD student studying toxic masculinity, who after a betrayal reveals his terrifying serial killer persona.

Theme: Red Mist is a complex, character driven psychological horror thriller about toxic masculinity that, in the current social-political climate of #metoo could have literally been ripped out of today’s headlines. 

Audience: One for devoted horror fans and lovers of more mainstream horror films like Silence of the Lambs and Get Out, and TV series like Mindhunter and Dexter; Red Mist is coming to a streaming service near you!

Status: 93 page script written to production ready, award-winning level.

Screenwriting Competition Awards:
Winner Bloodstained Indie Film Festival: Best Sci-Fi Horror Action Screenplay, 2021
Winner Hollywood Blood Horror Film Festival, Best Original Screenplay, 2020
Winner Grim North Screenplay Festival, Horror Feature 2020
Runner Up The Things in the Basement Fest, Horror Feature 2020
Honourable Mention / Included in the Blood List British Horror Film Festival 2020
Finalist Film & Screenplay Contest, Horror Feature 2020
Finalist Los Angeles Crime and Horror Film Festival 2020
Semi Finalist Lit Scares International Film Festival 2020
Official Selection New York City Horror Film Festival 2020
Official Selection Horror Film Awards 2021
Official Selection International Horror Film Festival and Awards 2021
Official Selection Underground Indie Film Festival 2021

Unofficial Soundtrack
Studio 029, an independent audio studio specialising in sonic art, soundtrack, audio FX and adaptive audio, have produced an unofficial soundtrack based on the beats in the script. Have a listen at:

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