Script Reads Ep 1: The First Born Son (R.2021)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fdgxt-114a0a7

A special episode of REEL Film Reviewed, the first episode of new segment, “Script Reads”. Each Script Reads episode will feature an original script written and read by Kris Chaney. The first read is based on the characters and film, Thir13en Ghosts, released in 2001 directed by Steve Beck. This is a limited series that I have written, with each episode focusing on a backstory of each of the 12 ghosts in Thir13en Ghosts.
 
On the day of a stockbroker’s son’s birthday, a deal with the mob goes South, and Sean must save his family before the crime boss catches up with them.
 
*Warning* This episode involves action scenes and will have elevated audio. Every measure was taken to soften those scenes. Please be cautious when listening with ear buds or other in ear headphones.
 
Rated: Not Rated
 
Length of series: 13 episodes (Written for TV)
 
Show Notes:
 
· Transcription By Podcasting Network – https://podcastingnetwork.net/
 
· Intro music by Wataboi / Outro Music by TimTaj – Pixaby – https://pixabay.com/music/
 
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Published by Kris C.

Kris is the host of the REEL Film Reviewed podcast, the owner of REEL ProduCtions, LLC, (the capital C is intentional) and is an independent filmmaker.

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