Sean Elwood has a knack for horror and suspense, creating a sense of dread and foreboding that will chill you to the bone.
Sean Elwood has a knack for horror and suspense, creating a sense of dread and foreboding that will chill you to the bone.
He resides in the darkness of another world where creatures and beasts roam and devour their way into our reality, focusing on the unnatural, bringing to light monsters you never knew would exist.
While a horror fanatic, Sean also delves deep into the dramatic and psychological aspects of the human mind, utilizing those genres to make his writing that much more horrific.
His writing flows in such a way that is quick and easy to read, but effective in a way that makes sense while still painting a vivid picture.
Sean's strengths include building suspense that keeps you on the edge of your seat, creating a detailed picture with his words, and scaring you senseless. His writing will stick with you long after you've finished reading, sending chills down your spine and thrills through your mind. If you have a love for horror, you've found the right writer.
  • Writer (4 Credits)
    Envy
    Screenplay
    Pyre
    Screenplay
    The Funeral Director's Assistant
    Short Script
    Where the Bad Kids Go
    Screenplay
Official Selection
Where the Bad Kids Go
Motor City Nightmares International Film Festival
Milford, MI
2019
Semi-Finalist
Where the Bad Kids Go
Screenplay Festival
Sherman Oaks, CA
2018
Finalist
Where the Bad Kids Go
New York City Horror Film Festival Screenplay Competition
Woodcliff Lake, NJ
2018
Quarter Finalist
Where the Bad Kids Go
Shriekfest
Los Angeles, CA
2018
Official Selection
Where the Bad Kids Go
WILDsound FEEDBACK Film and Screenplay Festival
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2018
Official Selection
Where the Bad Kids Go
Horror Film & Screenplay Festival
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
2018
Finalist
Where the Bad Kids Go
Crimson Screen Horror Film Fest
N. Charleston, SC
2018
Birth Date
November 2, 1990
Current City
Denver
Gender
Male
Ethnicity
White
Eye Color
Green
Zodiac Sign
Scorpio
"There's too much beauty to quit." - Lila Culpepper, Stay (2005)
Sean Elwood has a knack for horror and suspense, creating a sense of dread and foreboding that will chill you to the bone.
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