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Top Rated Horror Feature Screenplays This Month

(Showing Top 20)

  • #1

    The Abscess

    Patrick Tierney • Horror • Feature • 100 pages

    The staff of a remote, snowbound hospital must find a way to defeat a gelatinous creature after it springs from a patient's flesh.

  • #2

    Red Light

    Dempsey Tillman, Ted Dewberry • Horror • Feature • 100 pages

    A slacker husband with a child on the way gets a rude awakening when aliens invade his home and target his family.

  • #3

    The Funny Farm

    Robert Ward • Horror • Feature • 88 pages • View Writer Profile

    In this Peele-esque New Horror Genre story about a smart-ass demon in the form of a liberal surfer terrorizing a farm family, after the demon murders the farmer and his invalid wife, the farmer’s teenage daughter battles him to the death until the horrifying twist ending.

  • #4

    God's Acre

    Colin Adams-Toomey, Dan Witherall • Horror • Feature • 97 pages • View Writer Profile

    In 1720s New England, a group of desperate colonists discover a mysteriously empty town called God's Acre, unaware of the horrible secret it hides.

  • #5

    Havenwood

    Jai Brandon • Horror • Feature • 106 pages

    After a battered woman flees an abusive boyfriend overnight, she and her children encounter an all new evil while hiding out in a patron's secluded vacation house.

  • #6

    Purgatory

    Guy Noland • Horror • Feature • 100 pages

    A preacher and his family arrive at the old west town of Purgatory, only to discover the town is in the grips of a horrendous evil that allows no one to escape with their soul intact.

  • #7

    Convergence

    Paul Sheridan • Horror • Feature • 106 pages • View Writer Profile

    In a small Northern California town intent on keeping its secrets, a young boy teams up with a San Francisco journalist to investigate the connection between his terrifying supernatural encounters and the disappearances of two families that used to live in his home.

  • #8

    Henrietta

    Harry Aspinwall • Horror • Feature • 89 pages

    Ohio, 1887. A multiracial family is devastated by a mysterious sickness, and 11 year old Rhett must fight through an otherworldly dreamscape to protect them.

  • #9

    Twisted

    Jason Dry • Horror • Feature • 106 pages

    After moving into an old farmhouse to escape an abusive past, a mother and her two children must face their own demons and unite to rid the house of an unseen terror.

  • #10

    Wolves Don't Cry

    Scott Fleishman • Horror • Feature • 92 pages • View Writer Profile

    When an eccentric director brings his A-List cast on an isolated mountain retreat to rehearse for their newest film, an uninvited guest sets off a strange and devastating sequence of events that will threaten the lives of everyone involved. But is it real, or the stuff of Hollywood fiction?

  • #11

    Interrogating Ted

    Thomas Banuelos • Horror • Feature • 93 pages • View Writer Profile

    In his final hours, serial killer Ted Bundy spins the savage tale of his twisted crimes; exposing the evil 'Entity' that lives inside of him.

  • #12

    The Moment Between the Blink and the Pull

    Lori Bowen • Horror • Feature • 81 pages

    After his family dies in a fire set by a mysterious man, a mechanic will stop at nothing to find him and bring him to justice.

  • #13

    The Man in the Rabbit Mask

    Joel H. Brewster • Horror • Feature • 112 pages • View Writer Profile

    Newlyweds, Ava and Lucy, face off against a soul-stealing demon that preys on children, while trapped in the dangerously superstitious town of Miranda Falls.

  • #14

    Extranjero Supremo

    Theo Sariklis • Horror • Feature • 98 pages • View Writer Profile

    A pizza delivery girl wants to sort out her relationship problems, only to find herself abducted by aliens and sent on a deadly infiltration mission inside a building crawling with ruthless gangsters, leading to gruesome violence and grisly body-horror.

  • #15

    The 49th Day

    Craig Peters • Horror • Feature • View Writer Profile

  • #16

    Detach

    Joshua Poley • Horror • Feature • 92 pages

    A wedding becomes a game of life and death for two troubled teenage girls looking for a fresh start in a remote mining town where the locals have a dark secret.

  • #17

    American Folklore: A Midwife's Tale

    Erik Miguel Gervais • Horror • Feature • 98 pages

    Forced by social expectations to marry her faithless brother-in-law, a widowed midwife fights to save herself and her stepson from powerful sinister forces in the midst of a series of mysterious disappearances.

  • #18

    Harlow's Plague

    Myriam Roelli • Horror • Feature • 88 pages

    In a small Southern town in the America of the 1950's, a young woman discovers that nearly everything she knows about her past is wrong, just as she learns about her town's dark secrets... and the plague that's coming to punish them all for what they've tried to forget.

  • #19

    SKINS OF THE FATHER

    Paul Fulton • Horror • Feature • 102 pages

    The CEO of a mining company, with newfound success, battles to survive the manifest horrors of his colonial past when his family holiday in the African wild goes horribly wrong.

  • #20

    My Brother, the Taxidermist

    Kornblum Katz • Horror • Feature • 102 pages

    A young trans man watches in horror as the half-brother he didn’t meet until adulthood takes his taxidermy to disturbing levels as a means of coping with personal tragedy.

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