artwork by Mike Nash poster design by Flicker Pictures
|A young journalist and a psychiatric nurse are both drawn into the mystery of a drowned woman in the backwoods of Maine. Their journey leads them to a sacred lake, an ancient Indian tribe, and a dream world of gruesome demon-spirits.|
The Sleeping Deep Synopsis.pdf
accomplished a miracle -- a truly engaging and horrifying genre piece
that completely avoids the recent trend toward over the top unnecessary
gore. There's great scenes of suspense, lots of great relationships, and
a lot of very memorable and likable characters. You have a handle on
pacing, exposition, dialogue, and professional formatting. Very well
done." ~ WILDsound
have written an effective thriller that's filled with dangerous
situations, terrific Native American lore, sympathetic characters that
we care about and those we root for and want to see win, and exciting
and unique action sequences."
"Nice job balancing homage, horror and humor. This kind of genre
work so often trips over cliches and flat dialogue, and I thought you
dodged those two pitfalls with finesse. A very, very solid piece of
"It is a very impressive script... in the true spirit of H.P.
"Jeffrey Blake Palmer's nightmare parade The Sleeping Deep
rose to the top..."
"If this film [script] is awarded the high level of
production it deserves, then we are in for a treat the likes of which is
seldom to be seen in the horror film industry."
Jeffrey B. Palmer, writer/director
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