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After paranormal investigators find a hidden painting in a dead artist's home, they think they've found a nice piece for their home. As terrifying events increase, and their daughter seems to become a target, the team is thrust into a brutal mystery that no one could've foreseen. And what about the image in the painting that seems to move closer and closer and closer.

  • Glenn Anthony Maneval Jr
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    Horror, Thriller
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    United States
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Writer Biography - Glenn Anthony Maneval Jr

My name is Glenn Anthony Maneval Jr, and I currently live in the state of Pennsylvania. I was born in 1990, and am the oldest child of seven siblings. Life growing up was tough, but I did well in school, served my country in the Air Force, and graduated college with a degree in Molecular Biology. Even after all that, I realized I never did what I wanted; write a horror movie. One day I just started writing, and writing, and then I had a script done. I have no formal training on screenplays, but the story was gripping to me, and I fell in love with the writing process because it's something I care about deeply. The horror genre is everything to me. I may not have the experience, but I'm someone with ideas, and ideas are what drive people to create great things, and I believe my ideas can scare and entertain the masses.

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Writer Statement

When I approached the idea for my second script, I had a brief image of an indie video game I watched. It had a looping hallway and a picture that had an image that seemed to move every time the character would reset the loop. Although, that would be terrifying, taking my idea and expanding a fully fleshed backstory could be difficult, and it was. I hit the delete button so many times, I feel like it worn down. The task at hand, while trying to offer the genre something a little different, was coherence and I believe I achieved that. A confusing story can take the audience out, especially in horror, so simplicity is key. It's a fun story and I had a blast writing it, and I hope whomever reads this story enjoys it. Thank you for taking the time to read my work, and maybe next time, you'll look a little closer to the art work you bring home, especially if you take it from a dead person.