In this episode of What if? Thomas Cunningham & Patrick Guera break a psychological thriller/drama about Henry, a struggling actor, who returns a wallet that belongs to a very wealthy man named Greg. In return for his kindness, Greg befriends Henry and offers to make all his dreams come true but it soon becomes apparent that Greg has more sinister motives and twisted plans for Henry. This is a good one, guys! Lotsa cat and mouse, twists and turns to keep you on the edge of your seat!
What If? Wednesday! Get excited! Once again Patrick Guera and Thomas Cunningham take a random dumb/weird/vague story idea and try to develop it into an idea for a movie. In this one, a lawyer trying to start a new life buys a beautiful old house in the south. As she’s fixing it up, she realizes it’s haunted by a creepy Civil War soldier! She calls the host of a Ghost Hunter type show for help. Together they discover there are other ghosts…. A 1970s house wife and a 1990s Ron Funches?!? That’s right, folks! This is a comedy!
Patrick Guera spent 8+ years watching Game of Thrones. Thomas Cunningham watched the whole series in 10 days. What did we think? What did they get right? What could they have done better? Who did we love, who did we hate? Who did we love to hate? Is there any merit to the harsh criticism of the final season? The Dink! The Hound! Tormund! Daenerys! Cersei! Varys! So many amazing characters! Enjoy us scratching the surface of one of the most popular and epic TV shows of our era.
In this episode of What if? Thomas Cunningham & Patrick Guera break a story about an ex-Jedi and his gardener who want to grow a plant that when ingested gives a normal person Jedi powers. Something so powerful is not without danger and potential conflict.
Mr. Roboto our AI Producer has somehow gotten the rights to this Star Wars stand-alone idea and as always given roughly 30mins to break into a usable foundation for a screenplay. Enjoy! Please share, rate and review on iTunes and/or your favorite podcast app. We’re on Stitcher, GooglePlay, TuneIn, Spotify and more. Just search “Screenplayground”.