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When a scrappy young woman falls for a polished doctor, it seems almost too good to be true, but then she meets Mama. Psychological horror/Suspense. Our newest script and first array into horror.
I love classic movies like "Mysery," "Psycho," and "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane." They're creepy and show some things but also leave a lot to our imagination.
A bright but emotionally damaged doctoral student leaves university before defending her dissertation to be with a charismatic doctor she has met online. Everything is wonderful at first. He's attentive and focused on her like no one in her miserable past.
However, the facade slowly fades and a controlling perfectionist soon tries to take over every aspect of her life.
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What readers are saying about "Baby Maker."
"I'm glad I got to review this script although it gave me the creeps on more than one occasions, I'm glad I stuck with it. Truth be told, not the threat of the gallows can make me watch a horror movie since I dont get why anyone would willingly want to have the shit scared out of him. Now, if it is your desire to have this script creep people out... congratulations, you succeed! That said, I must say I loved it. Hope anything I have to say will only make it better."
"Well, this screenplay reminded me of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece "Psycho". It was an engaging read, I really enjoyed your writing style: it's sparse. You are very efficient with your descriptions. Although I'm not a big fan of Blake Snyder , here, your "save the cat" scene works."
"The medical horror subgenre contains vast potential for really unsettling situations. With so much of a the story focusing on pregency and the science of fetus's life that the story would able to fall under that category. The script need a good amount of reworking, but with some polish, you could really shape this into a creepy thriller. "