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ANGELDUST (HORROR POWERPOINT) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. MY Horror film pitch
  • 2.
    • A seemingly harmless man attracts women on a night out in clubs, invites them back to his flat tempting them with free drugs and alcohol. Once at his house he offers (or forces upon) them an injection that causes them to essentially rip themselves apart.
    • Girl on a tube, is watched by a man until the last stop. He follows her home, picks the lock and breaks in before causing her a night of fear, woman escapes, man gets arrested, woman goes home to find there wasn’t just the one man
    ideas
  • 3.
    • A group of teens break into an old abandoned war hospital in the middle of the country. Only to find that it is not abandoned, and is the gathering place for surgeons, how experiment on the people who break in. Now the teens discover that they are the patients.
    • Family breaks up due to the mothers multiple affairs, after which there is an unexplained death of the father. 16 year old boy blames his mothers ‘lovers’ for the murder. Over a week he kills each one and there family with his fathers armoury of knifes, guns and hunting tools.
  • 4.
    • ‘ All they had to do was say NO’
    • Characters:
    • The psycho: uses different names with each victim: ‘Sam’, ‘Alec’, ‘Lester’, and ‘Paul’. Handsome, attractive, tall, dark haired, male.
    • Victims: All stereotypically attractive (fit), Blonde ‘Tara’, Brunette ‘Channel’, Black ‘Jasmine’, final victim Blonde ‘Lucy’, plus other ‘fit’ friends. One boyfriend.
    • The flat: an open plan, lightly furnished, clean space, always carpeted in clear plastic sheeting as if it was in the middle of decorating, located above a shop.
    ANGELDUST http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Lurch http:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phencyclidine#Horror_stories
  • 5.
    • Man begins his horrific activity at a night club, attracting women, and encouraging them into going back to his flat.
    • Once back at his he encourages them into first logging into their facebook (due to their either drugged or alcohol induced state, they agree), he then uses this later to put out his own ‘status update’ on their account. He plays the ‘perfect host’ . They either drink or take drugs, then he gives them the lethal drug, phencyclidine (PCP), that he convinces them is a liquid form of cocaine.
    • They then go crazy, and appear to itch all over, and they use what ever they can to stop the itch, which results in them ripping them selves apart. Some people appear to enjoy it, others have different reactions. He videos it and posts it onto the internet.
    • He then adds people who view this video, using the social network, and if he likes the look of someone who accepts he scans their events with the aim to meet them there.
    • He prays on a group of girls, who go back to his, where he gives them the drug. One girl pretends to take it, and has to pretend to be under the influence of the drug by coping her friends. She then leaps up and injects the man with what he gave her.
    • He then goes into a drug educed rage, she tries to escape the flat to find all possible escapes locked. She is pursued by the now crazy man, whom she eventually kills.
  • 6. We start with the first victim, an attractive, 18 year old Tara getting ready for a night out, (putting make up on in the mirror, straightening hair etc) with a friend. Tara kisses her parents good night, and tells them not to expect her home until the early hours of the morning, and not to worry about her. In the taxi, Tara pulls out from her handbag a small bottle of vodka and the girls share it. After a while in the club, Tara starts dancing with an attractive, male who tells her his name is ‘Sam’. Sam buys her and her friend a few drinks, and both girls become exceedingly drunk. Sam asks her if she was into more than just drinking, and shows her a small bag of white powder from his pocket. She smiles seductively and begins to reach for the bag, Sam kisses her on the lips, taking her by surprise and she gives up on the bag and carries on kissing him. Sam says if she will come back to his for the night he will share the contents of the bag with both her and her friend. They both agree, leave the club, get into a taxi and head quite a distance away from the club. Opening Sequence
  • 7.
    • At the flat, Sam removes the white bag from his pocket and teases the girls. He says ‘I just need to prepare, here check your Facebook or something’ and points at the computer in to corner. The girls fail to note the video camera pointing into the centre of the room, connected to the computer. Sam leaves the room, and Tara logs onto her facebook, changing her status to ‘Met a cute guy tonight’, and the girls giggle about it.
    • Sam returns with 2 syringe and needle, both apparently filled with a clear substance. He ‘apparently’ injects himself with one syringe, and hands the other to Tara, she takes her top off and injects her arm with half the substance, and then hands it to her friend who does the same.
    • Sam heads to the camera, presses record, opens an application, types in several long codes, which then opens an internet page with the live feed of the room on it, posts a link on Tara’s facebook to the page, and then places a sheet of glass in the middle of the room.
  • 8.
    • The girls begin to look deranged, eyes blood shot, they both crawl onto the floor and raise onto there knees. Tara begins to laugh hysterically and frantically touch her body, her friend does the same but her laugh gradually changes to cries of pain, causing Tara to laugh more.
    • Tara grabs the sheet off glass and smashes it over her friends head, causing it to shatter and she begins to bleed from the head. Tara picks up a shard of glass, still in hysterics and stabs and slashes her friend frantically until she is in a pool of blood. She then begins to scratch at her own face with her nails cutting as she does so, making somewhat orgasmic sounds, she does this until she rips most of her facial skin off, gradually slowing down as she bleeds to death. We see a computer shot of the link and a list of people viewing it, he clicks on the profile of the first girl ‘Lucy Reed’, he scans her profile and pictures to see she is a perfect choice, multiple photos of her drinking and obviously very drunk, he then logs on to his own account under the name of ‘Lester Rose’ and sends a friend request.
  • 9.
    • We are then met with news footage, with headline ‘SHOCK FACEBOOK VIDEO LINK’ with the sub caption ‘The bodies of two girls, named as Tara Palmer and Isabella May, are missing after footage of the pair in a savage frenzy, before the woman named as Tara kills Isabella followed by herself, was aired live on the internet apparently from an address in Southern Spain, however is reportedly empty and not suspicious. It is believed the footage was aired from London, where the girls were clubbing that night, and the address was masked so the origin of the footage is untraceable’ and Sam sat in a now completely clean room, lit by day light. We see him turn off the TV, and head to the computer in which he opens his facebook to see his friend request accepted by ‘Lucy’. He then scans over her events to see one located at a London club, the following week (Dates shown by the computer screen).
    A cut away shot to an over the shoulder shot of a girl, posting a comment on the dead girls page with something along the lines of ‘How could this happen, You were so loved by everyone! RIP, you will be missed’, following this she sees a request from the ‘Lester Rose’ and absently accepts.
  • 10. ACT 1
    • We are introduced to the heroin, the gorgeous, Lucy, who is only 17 (shown by birthday cards in her room. We also see pictures of her with family and teddy bears on the bed) despite her profile age of 19 . We see her getting ready for a night out, and going to a party where she drinks and takes drugs, after pressure from friends, and then pulls random men.
    • We see her at school with 3 friends at break time, where the event shown on facebook, is discussed with excitement and plans are made. Someone asks ‘Is anyone taking anything?’ when the group leader replies ‘don’t worry, we’ll find someone with something there, trust me, I always do’ in a slutty way. Lucy pretends to act enthusiastic about this, but in actual fact we see her worry/disgust.
    • We then see them all dressed up, entering the club.
  • 11. Act 2 The girl bumps into ‘Lester Rose’, she is drawn to him by his familiarity. They talk and they work out that ‘they knew each other from primary school, and he found her on facebook’. He buys her a drink and they talk for a while. She introduces him to her friends, they all take a liking to him as he buys them all drinks. He spends the night talking to, dancing with and flirting with the group of girls, in particular lucy. They decide to leave the club and move to a different one, on the way he shows one of the girls a small bag of white powder, presumably cocaine. They find a place to take this, and some of the other girls join in. Lester is alarmed by Lucy’s lack of participation. At the next club, Lucy is dancing with Lester when a girl comes up to him and calls him ‘Alec’ insisting she spoke to him last week when he invited her and her friends back to his. He argues and becomes quite violent with the girl, insisting she is wrong. As the club closes, Lester invites the group of girls back to his, they are all excited by the idea, apart from Lucy who is hesitant, but under pressure from friends, she agrees. They get in a taxi, no one pays attention to the route they distance travelling apart from Lucy.
  • 12. ACT 3 At the flat the girls get comfy, the group leader very flirtatious with Lester and insists he entertains them. He shows her several syringes that he takes out a case, from the fridge. She insists he shares them with her and the group, he pretends to be hesitant about it, but she thrusts her hands down his trousers and he acts as if this has persuaded him. He pretends to inject himself with a fake one (shown by camera close up), and then offers two needles to the group, three of them take it and Lucy pretends to. The girls eyes begin to go blood shot, and they appear to be in a euphoric state, Lucy mimics them. Lester leaves the room, and brings in 1 knife which he leaves in the middle of the floor between where the girls are sat. He then goes to the camera, and sets up a link on his computer, that he posts on Lucy’s profile page. The 3 under the influence start to display murderous and suicidal signs, beginning to scratch at each others face, one rips her shirt off, which Is copied by another. Lucy panics as she is approached, showing she did not take the drug. Lester is not looking so she jumps up and injects him in his neck with her share of the syringe that she still had.
  • 13.
    • He falls to the floor, grasping his neck. Then basically…
  • 14. USP
    • Based on the genuine effects, of a growing in popularity illegal recreational drug ‘Phencyclidine/ PCP/ Angeldust’ and previous stories of the drug.
    • Deathdose/ Angeldust incorporates;
    • The young, outgoing, clubbing, student, ‘don’t-think-twice’, drug taking, alcohol drinking, attitude, that’s worryingly common within our society.
    • The constant need to check our social networks and facebook posts, etc.
    • Deception – the idea that no matter how nice someone may seem, or how attractive an offer is, that there is always the possibility it is deceit.
    • Possibility for elements of extreme Gore.
    • Not only is it a psychologically scaring, graphic story, but it incorporates several aspects of modern life, with a worryingly possible story line, that’s based on real events. It will make some of the target audience say ‘I would have done that’, and possibly change peoples out look on ‘a night out’ and encourage them to ‘think twice’ when made an offer by a complete stranger.