Develop Your Horror Film

Online Classes
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Monsters, and ghosts, and slashers - oh my! 

There are so many different types of horror films, and it's easy for writers to get turned around navigating all the  subgenres. How do you know that you're setting up a scary premise? What sorts of character development do you need to do, and how do you balance that with the killer/ghost/monster? And how do you make sure that your script has atmosphere and tone? 

Limited to only 5 writers, this 4 week class with manager Kegan Schell will take you through the development process and get set up for completing the opening pages of your script. Walk away with a solid outline, developed characters, and the first act of your horror film. 

This Four Week Class Will Cover

  • Structure 
  • Character development 
  • Atmosphere and tone 
  • Feedback on your outline and pages

Week One - Outlines and Concepts

Date / Time

Your Instructor will give you verbal feedback on your outline/concept. 

Week Two - Page Review

Date / Time

Your Instructor will give you feedback on your pages. 

Week Three - Page Review

Date / Time

Your Instructor will give you feedback on your pages. 

Week Four - Page Review

Date / Time

Your Instructor will give you a final round of feedback on your pages and advice for the rest of your draft!

More about
Kegan Schell
Literary Manager
Navigation Media Group
Originally from upstate New York, Kegan studied film production at Full Sail University before moving to Los Angeles to pursue a career in entertainment. He began working for Chuck and Rebecca Roven at Atlas Entertainment, assisting on the DC Superhero Films SUICIDE SQUAD, BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE, and WONDER WOMAN. From there, Kegan joined Echo Lake Entertainment, where he swiftly rose through the ranks and was promoted to Manager in the Literary Department. Kegan spent six years at Echo Lake before joining Navigation Media Group. As a member of the Navigation team, Kegan continues to be a passionate advocate for queer and underrepresented talent, especially in the horror and genre space, aiming to bring new perspectives to the Hollywood stage.
How it Works

Cancellation Policy: You may cancel for a full refund up to 5 days prior to the start of the class. Cancellations requested after this period will be ineligible for refunds.

Please ensure you are familiar with our Code of Conduct.

The Roadmap Promise

Roadmap Writers prides itself on the quality of executives we bring to our programs and we work hard to get you the best feedback possible.

Our vetted executives are chosen by the legitimacy of the companies they work for and their ability to evaluate pitches and pages.

Only the executives you sign up for will be provided with your materials.