The #8 Movie of all time that never existed

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The top 10 Movies of all time that never existed.

8. The Cult

The Chinese Province of Shandong has a secret. Its largest corporation is controlled by a secretive ancient cult who believe they are the ancestors of a special group of people chosen by an advanced alien race (the Alatians) who visited the earth 6000 years ago.

Their job is to force the lower level “non-special” humans to produce pure organic food for the chosen ones and their families so that their bodies would remain pure.

As well, they were to produce technology for space travel, and technology that can be sold on the Earthian market for money that can be later exchanged for raw materials

It is believed that the alatians came here to save humanity from another locust like species of aliens (the Trilax) that have been devouring all organic life in their path.

6000 years ago the Alatians realized that the earth was in the path of the Trilax, and came to protect the continuity of the human race.

The Alatians have chosen special humans from different countries to continue the existence of humanity in an alien utopian paradise. In turn, the chosen ones have been using alien technology to slowly poison the earth and it inhabitants with toxic waste, chemicals, and manufactured diseases, in the hopes of poisoning the Trilax who will devour the poisoned people and hopefully inherit their diseases.

One of the most loyal managers (Kai) of the corporation stumbles on to the secret plot of “the chosen ones” and spirals down a staircase of intrigue a deceit.

Helped by a mysterious stranger Kai makes a desperate attempt to inform his friends and family, but finds either they don’t believe him or they are “in on it”

He tells his mother who laughs at him like he was a school boy with a vivid imagination, and tells his father who doesn’t believe him at first, but later reveals that he knew about the conspiracy and was being paid off with a luxurious weekend life, unbeknown to the family.

When Kai approaches the authorities he realizes that everyone with any type of power or influence is someway involved. Realizing this Kai makes his last desperate attempt to survive.

As the corporation closes in, Kai is brought into a board room for a final meeting with the CEO. It is here that the whole alien plot is revealed to him by his former bosses who are laughing at him and his vain attempt to save his own life.

Kai then reveals to the board that with the introduction of westernism to china, the younger generation is no longer naïve enough to believe such superstitions and that the corporation was being downsized.

He reveals that the CEO’s right hand man was the mystery stranger helping him and that the cult was actually just an experiment in religion that the real world leaders implemented 30 years ago.

In the board members silence he claims that this religion was no longer relevant, and that the true world leaders discovered immortality when they completed the first successful brain transplant, and all they really wanted were healthy bodies free of impurities.

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The #9 Movie of all time that never existed – Kyle in Wonderland

Written by Jason Scott. Posted in Daily Daft


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9. Kyle in Wonderland.

Plot Summary

Kyle Ferguson has a special gift for pattern recognition, making him one of the worlds most sought after computer programmers.

When Kyle begins to see patterns and repetitions in daily life however, those around him become worried, as they watch his gift slowly  pull him  into another reality.

Kyles family convince him so see a psychiatrist who asks him various health related questions as well as one that seems to stick out predominantly from the rest.   He asks Kyle  “When is a raven like a writing desk?” Kyle doesn’t pay much attention to the question at first and takes the medication prescribed by his new doctor.

As he begins his cycle of medication he starts to feel better, but realizes that his pattern recognition skills are no longer present and as such he begins to lose his identity as one of the worlds leading computer programmers.

Kyle goes off his medication and gains his mental powers back, but his attention toward patterns in everyday life starts up again. He starts noticing similarities between all mainstream art, music, television, politics, and more and begins to see external fictional realities in his daily life, particularly, Alice in Wonderland.

As each person in his life begins to resemble a fictional character of some sort, Kyle gives in and begins taking his medication on a dose by dose basis, allowing him to control when he takes refuge in a reality that is slowly slipping away.

Kyle becomes aware that his doctor may have the answers he seeks, but every question kyle asks also makes him appear more insane and dangerous to society. and that each step towards help increases his chances of being permanently committed t an insane asylum.

Kyle accepts that eventually be faced with living on medication or residing in both the reality of society and the wonderland of his mind simultaneously.

He concludes that a writing desk is like a raven when you are insane.  Insane from trying to find meaning in something that was never meant to have any.

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The Top 10 Movies That Never Existed

Written by Jason Scott. Posted in Daily Daft

Top 10 Movies that never existed

So you think you’ve read every top 10 movie list of all time huh?

Since the movies on this list don’t exist it is very unlikely that you’ve come across all of them.   Unless of course you surf the net more often than comic book guy.

Starting off our list at number ten:

10. Grayson.

Grayson wins the number 10 spot here.  Grayson is the untold story of Robin or “Dick Grayson” unable to accept the death of “Batman” his former mentor and partner. A trailer was made in the hopes of garnering enough support from fans to convince Hollywood that the screenplay had merit. A true fan favorite. You watch the Grayson trailer here.

9. Kyle in Wonderland.

Kyle in Wonderland is a modern retelling of wonderland that takes place in 21st century America. Unlike Alice, Kyle doesn’t venture down the rabbit hole, he slowly begins to see wonderland overlapping his reality, and uses anti psychotic medications to prevent him from perceiving wonderland. All the characters make an appearance with the Mad hatter playing kyles psychiatrist.

In order to prevent himself from being committed to an insane asylum kyle must answer the riddle of the mad hatter the catch being that every question he asks his doctor about the riddle make him look more mentally imbalanced and brings him one step closer to being committed.  Kyle in Wonderland

8. The Cult

Is a science fiction thriller in district 9 fashion “The Cult” tells a story of pure vs poor in a small town in China. The town (and possibly all of China) have been secretly taken over by a highly advanced alien race. The aliens have created a religion (similar to Scientology) where the “chosen ones” will be spared and taken to a new planet when the evil race of aliens show up to destroy humanity. The Chosen ones job is to force the poor to work for them creating pure organic food, technology for space travel, and technology to be sold on the human market for money that can later be exchanged for the space technology that the Chinese aren’t able to create yet. Everything is going according to plan until one of the managers has a crisis of consciousness.  You can read a more in depth version of the “the Cult” screenplay here.

7. Snakes on a Train

Snakes on a train is a story about one mans struggle (Abdul Shamir Hassan) to fulfill his dream of creating a Hollywood movie. While taking a train from A -B Abdul overhears what he thinks are legitimate Hollywood movie producers, talking about a new movie called “Snakes on a Train” the sequel to another Hollywood flop “Snakes on a Plane”. Abdul ends up purchasing the imaginary rights to the movie and is then led from one Hollywood scoundrel to another until he and his family are bled dry of both funds, and credit.  A more detailed account of “Snakes on a Train

6. Madness.

Madness focuses on the darker side of the Roman Emperor Nero, his descent into Madness, and the birth of the first documented case of a serial killer. A slightly more detailed account of madness can be read here: Madness

5. The Critic

The Critic is a black Comedy about an acidulous secret shopper/writer that becomes drunk with power when he realizes that the public is listening to his witty criticisms of daily life. A more detailed account of the screenplay can be read here: The Critic

4. The Fall of Sparta

The Fall of Sparta recounts how one of the strongest military systems in history was defeated by Athens in the Pelopennesian War. A more detailed account of “The Fall of Sparta” can be read here: The Fall of Sparta

3. The Franchiser

The Franchiser is a screenplay based on a John Grisham type Novel that was never written. Chronicling the up sprout of a the new 21st century business “Franchise Brokering” a more detailed review can be read here: “The Franchiser”

2. Carthage

Following one of the greatest military masterminds in history, Carthage focuses on the second punic war and is filled with action, deception, and military strategy.  Carthage

1. Citizen Abel

Law abiding citizen meets Citizen Kane. When Geneticist William Abel (pronounced “uh-bell”) successfully maps the human genome he has a startling discovery. Not only can he identify the specific genes that cause disease, he also discovers that over 90% of convicted murderers carry the same type gene, the “Cain” Gene.  Citizen Abel

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