Monthly Archives: October 2015

Snack Fu: “You Will Fight For Them!”

INT. LIVING ROOM – DAY ANNA and BETH, two hot young things, are on the sofa playing a video game.  Each has a different bag of Doritos:  Anna has Nacho Cheese, Beth has Cool Ranch. Anna:  “Die! Beth:  “You die!” Something drops onto … Continue reading

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THE BATTLE—ACTUAL SHOTS AND EFFECTS:

Not trying to do the director’s job by spelling out where the focus is, or calling for wide or narrow shots. I’m just following my mental movie, and why I think certain things should be a certain way to make … Continue reading

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Doritos Fu battle strategy.

I’m writing the battle script now with only one rule in mind, the single most important one:  the Rule of Cool!  (Click on pic for utter awesomeness) (seriously, TVTropes is an awesome resource for writers and performers.) Don’t worry, the rewrite will … Continue reading

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Are 720 pictures worth 720,000 words?

For my long-time readers–all three of you–the past four posts have probably seemed…wierd…which is, weirdly weird.  The subtext–as you’ve all figured out if you’ve dropped by, as you’re the  most intelligent commenters in Internet history–is that “we” are planning to do … Continue reading

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Didn’t see this coming.

To spark the epic battle, I’ve been looking for the brand-newest flavor.  Wasn’t expecting it to be…LGBT?!  What, like…lettuce, gouda, bacon and tomato?  That just might work! …as it turns out, they’re standard flavors, lots o’ food coloring.  Bags are $10 or … Continue reading

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DORITOS FU!

Maybe Doritos Fu should be the actual name of the ad?  Although of course we want to make “You will fight for them!” a catchphrase.  Here’s the script post, here’s the first notes. I’ll certainly get you gals a complete script by Nov. … Continue reading

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First notes on “You Will Fight For Them!”

Okay, notes. The script below—here’s the link— was a first draft written in only 30 minutes, so apologies for the lack of polish and usual formatting.  (Although commercial scripts are much different from film/TV, being double-columned.) The pace has to … Continue reading

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