Top Rated Thriller Screenplays This Month
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Angela Ryan • Thriller • Feature • 115 pages • View Writer Profile
Against her better judgement, a bigoted social worker harbours an illegal immigrant. After the one person she tells is murdered, she is forced to abandon her old worldview and must stay one step ahead of the murderer and authorities to protect her illegal friend.
Nelson Downend • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages
After being suspended from her job following a patient suicide, clinical psychologist Dr. Jackie Winters believes she has hit rock bottom. That is until a plea for help from a former patient thrusts her down the rabbit hole into a dark world of murder, horrific scientific experimentation, bizarre delusional mythology, and possibly human metamorphosis.
Nick Lentz • Thriller • Feature • 115 pages • View Writer Profile
A man with a violent past and questionable morals is paroled out of jail and hired to investigate the mysterious death of a preacher’s daughter.
Yellowlees Douglas • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 69 pages
A German commoner impersonates his womanizing, dead half-brother in an attempt to infiltrate the British aristocracy and government, only to find himself up against a scheming American widow with a claim to the estate.
Edward Klau • Thriller • Feature • 91 pages • View Writer Profile
When Derek makes the mistake of flashing his brights at the wrong car, he’s chased all over Los Angeles by a group of vicious maniacs who make this the most terrifying night of his life.
Allison Osborne • Thriller • Television • 55 pages • View Writer Profile
A woman raised in the Irish mob attempts to leave her old life behind her and go straight as a school teacher in a small town until the FBI shows up at her door and gives her an ultimatum: Help them hunt down her old family in New York, or face life in prison.
Edward Klau • Thriller • Feature • 111 pages • View Writer Profile
Bank manager Janet London receives anonymous deposits and uses her job to launder millions. When her mysterious benefactor emerges, Janet scrambles to outsmart him, keep the money and stay alive.
Lawrence Rothfield • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 65 pages • View Writer Profile
Homeland meets Indiana Jones.
Gino DeMarco • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 61 pages • View Writer Profile
A schizophrenic woman with a traumatic past discovers going off her meds lets her sometimes see the future through astrology charts--and that clairvoyance comes with a price: teaming up with an audacious, uncontrollable inner identity with wild ideas of "normal."
Kris Lippert • Thriller • Feature • 105 pages • View Writer Profile
The sole survivor of a serial killer, tortured by visions of her ordeal, decides to conduct her own investigation only to realize that her former captor, whom she thought dead, might still be alive and after her.
Ella Gabriel • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 60 pages • View Writer Profile
When a justice-hungry investigative journalist reopens a decades-old murder case, she uncovers links between a young girl’s disappearance and a much larger conspiracy to use lethal agents to commit apartheid crimes by way of a covert chemical and biological weapons program. As she digs for the truth, powerful forces collude to keep dangerous secrets safe, and she eventually realizes that the case is closer to home than she could ever have imagined...
Joshua Henaman • Thriller • Television (One-hour) • 59 pages • View Writer Profile
Journalism student, Carly Hamit, just accepted a ride-along to be "Sheriff for a Day" in Storyville, Iowa, where not everything is as it seems. When a series of murders leaves nothing but mystery in its wake, the townsfolk refuse to let their "acting sheriff" leave. She must solve the murders as they happen one after another, after another, after another... weekly. It's Groundhog Day meets Murder She Wrote by way of Twin Peaks. Carly is stuck in a Small Town Murder-Mystery.
Bryan Ibo • Thriller • Feature • 115 pages
In this GET-OUT-meets-BLACK-MIRROR-genre-bending-work-place horror, a young Black man's psyche plunges when he finds himself enslaved by his "perfect and progressive" dream job.
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