What if the 1973 suspense novel from Lois Duncan got adapted in the 80's instead? And furthermore, what if it kept it's original genre of a crime drama rather than a slasher?
Before Stranger Things, there was… Montauk. We begin at Camp Hero in the fall of 1980, a few months before the base will be shut down by the U.S. Government. A mysterious experiment has gone horribly awry. And something has gotten out. On this very night, a young boy, Will Byers, vanishes into thin air. His disappearance has a potent effect on the small town community, particularly on his best friend, Mike Wheeler, his brother, Jonathan, his mother, Joyce, and the reluctant chief of police, Jim “Hop” Hopper. We will follow each of these characters as they grapple with and …
What if the Eternals was released 10 years ago?
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(This is my own idea for a Predator sequel that I first conceived a few years ago, and after I saw The Predator (2018), and was greatly disappointed by it, I revisited this idea to further expand on it.) After being left the sole survivor of an elite US Navy SEAL team that was wiped out by a Predator, young hot-headed and arrogant rookie Trent O'Donnell now wants revenge so he manages to track the creature to its ship and stows away aboard bound for its homeworld. Upon arrival, Trent also meets up with and sets free a small group …
In the sleepy town of Archer’s Peak—in the heart of America—children have started to die in horrific ways. The local police are mystified by the brutal murders, and frantic to catch the killer. But they refuse to believe reports of impossible creatures that lurk in the shadows snatching children and tearing them to pieces, especially since the only people who claim to have seen these so-called monsters are other children. Enter Erica Slaughter, a mysterious stranger who rides into town and claims she can solve their “monster” problem. But can the townspeople trust this dangerous outsider with their children’s lives? …
Chased by an unstoppable killer, Izzy Tyburn has decided that if the world won’t have her in it, it can have nothing of her at all. She’s re-treading her life, leaving nothing but burned rubber, ash, and the sun-scorched bones of those who get in her way.
In 1995 Utah, a group of teens reunite on the anniversary of their friends’ disappearance and death. One of their own determines whether if the 1985 murders—for which her father found himself framed and committed suicide—are connected to her twin brother’s disappearance, but there’s more than meets the eye behind the creation of the popular adult sized animatronics of a dilapidated pizzeria where the murders took place.
Picking up where Far From Home left off, high school senior Peter Parker's plans to win over Michelle Jones' affection are halted by the unannounced return of his childhood friend Harry Osborn and the unexpected arrival of a sinister force that threatens Peter's loved ones and the citizens of New York City.
What if Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated was replaced with a live-action re-imagining of the films for The CW?
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