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Kathy, an independent but fragile artist living alone, is visited by Tom, her estranged husband, returning from travelling after their split and determined to rekindle their relationship. He will stop at nothing to achieve his goal, even if it means destroying Kathy’s new life and those who stand between them. For Kathy and her friends to survive Tom’s path of rage, they will have to believe the unbelievable and horrific truth behind Tom’s newfound feral affinity with the full moon. With no one remaining to help, Kathy is left to confront Tom one-on-one on his own terms in a final, savage domestic dispute.

  • Griffin Madill
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Writer Biography - Griffin Madill

Residing in the UK but perennially hoping to relocate somewhere warmer, I have been writing unproduced shorts and uncommissioned television series for several years. Following redundancy from a well-paid but creatively unfulfilling career in medical research - and a subsequent (consequent?) divorce - and realising I was too old to flip burgers at McDonalds or get shot to pieces in Afghanistan, I found myself gaining employment as an actor and moving in artistic circles for the first time. I returned to writing, in between stage and screen roles, and completed my first feature screenplay in the early summer of 2015. I am currently developing several projects of varying genres, formats and budgetary ranges.

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If you're reading this, it's likely because you've found my first feature script. Right now it's called 'Snarled', but until recently it was 'Untitled Werewolf Project'. It's a new, original screenplay, written with a modest budget in mind. Essentially a drama with overt horror elements, it's commercial but (touch wood) not without artistic merit. Hopefully I've written something than transcends simple genre conventions and tropes. I write in most genres and always have a slate of projects to hand, ready to meet any brief or request. I also welcome any opportunity to discuss script rewrites, polishes and spec 1st drafts to fit existing work or producer requirements. Thanks for taking the time to read this and, if you happen to read 'Snarled' too, I'd be delighted to receive any feedback you have to offer.
Grif Madill, August 2015