Interview with Screenwriter Mark McKee (POSTHUMAN)

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Matthew Toffolo: What is your screenplay about?

Mark McKee: After eight years on the run from a deranged doctor intent on studying him due to his startling visions of the afterlife, a teen boy finds himself in danger of being experimented on when his father is killed and he’s returned to the custody of his estranged mother.

2. What genres does your screenplay fall under?

Science Fiction/Horror and a dash of Thriller.

3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie?

There was a great catharsis in developing Posthuman because it allowed for me to creatively confront the very same demons I encountered as an adolescent that didn’t quite “fit in” while growing up in a southern town where the highest of aspirations involved an athletic pursuit. Films that confront these demons (especially in the horror genre) typically skew them in a way that leaves the viewer with either an…

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