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Shocker II Original Treatment


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Note: With respect to the copyright holders of the characters & situations in the Wes Craven film SHOCKER, this work is given without charge or profit and shared as free fan fiction.Â

1992: Four years after my first nove' years prior, and after a few conversations with Wes Craven's assistant at the time, I was invited and challenged to write a sequel of my own being that no one else was. Wes gave praise to my efforts afterwards, but ultimately decided not to pursue a sequel. After all these years, I managed to dig up the treatment I wrote for him, and, for your reading pleasure, here it is.

---Nicholas Grabowsky

"I think this would be a great story. To revisit shocker and tie up the loose ends and to bring back a very underrated horror villain back into modern culture. It seems very interesting. I�d love to see this in stores or on the big screen." ---fan

"Horace Pinker is the meanest, most bad-ass serial killer of them all! I'd love to see a sequel to Shocker!" ---fan

Bring back Horace Pinker! I actually LIKED "Shocker". Yeah, it was kind of cheesy and a Freddy wanna-be done by Wes Craven himself, but I actually find it to be pretty entertaining and interesting and I watch it every time it comes on FX. When I heard you were wanting to do a sequel, I thought that was GREAT! The movie would probably NEVER EVER get made, but turn it into a novel. I'd buy it." ----Greg Mitchell

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  • Author: Nicholas Grabowsky
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  • Published by: Diverse Media

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Page Count: 55

Print ISBN: Ebook Only

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Note: With respect to the copyright holders of the characters & situations in the Wes Craven film SHOCKER, this work is given without charge or profit and shared as free fan fiction.Â

1992: Four years after my first nove' years prior, and after a few conversations with Wes Craven's assistant at the time, I was invited and challenged to write a sequel of my own being that no one else was. Wes gave praise to my efforts afterwards, but ultimately decided not to pursue a sequel. After all these years, I managed to dig up the treatment I wrote for him, and, for your reading pleasure, here it is.

---Nicholas Grabowsky

"I think this would be a great story. To revisit shocker and tie up the loose ends and to bring back a very underrated horror villain back into modern culture. It seems very interesting. I�d love to see this in stores or on the big screen." ---fan

"Horace Pinker is the meanest, most bad-ass serial killer of them all! I'd love to see a sequel to Shocker!" ---fan

Bring back Horace Pinker! I actually LIKED "Shocker". Yeah, it was kind of cheesy and a Freddy wanna-be done by Wes Craven himself, but I actually find it to be pretty entertaining and interesting and I watch it every time it comes on FX. When I heard you were wanting to do a sequel, I thought that was GREAT! The movie would probably NEVER EVER get made, but turn it into a novel. I'd buy it." ----Greg Mitchell



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