Stories are the writer’s painting. When you write screenplays that never become movies you’ve created work for others to enjoy but are helpless when it gets stuffed in a dusty closet never to be seen again.

Since I wrote a lot of movies that never got made I am going to start posting them here as a way to share these paintings on my own.  My hope is that you’ll be entertained and maybe learn something too.

My first offering is EXTRA LIFE, which I like to describe as Generation-X’s American Graffiti — instead of fast cars and burger joints we looked under the hoods of our computers and learned to manipulate the world around us.