The dreamscape terminal project.
We had exactly the same thing with a movie we nearly did before One Day Removals. Make sure you copyright the whole thing to stop the studio getting excited.
Right. There is some new legal group called Legal Zoom and they handle copyrights really cheap.
Here's the guys blog,you'll need to run it through Babel Fish http://blogdeblindness.blogspot.com/Looks nothing like your film so I wouldn't be bothered !
No rain, no blindfolds, no demons, no 9 foot tall creature...looks like we are in the clear. One of my students told me about it and I could not find anything substantial about it...thanks for the heads up.
The good news is this entire blog is documented evidence of your planning and creation of Darkness Aftermath, just in case :P
True, electronic documents like this dated journal show your planning and progress in a way it's hard for even an entertainment lawyer to ignore. In fact, you may think about sueing the other film.If john wyndham hadn't done it in Day of the Triffids already. I wonder if the Julianne Moore film has walking pot plants in it?
I'd say you have plenty of "prior art," dude!
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