Elevator Pitches

Pitch

I started the Elevator Pitch series to cleanse my mental palate of the thousand and one ideas that crowd their way into my consciousness every day. A few of them seem cool enough to share, and I’ll share them here!

I’m here to make ideas reality. If you like something you see here, let me know!

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Television Shows

Ocean City – A guy with Asperger’s and a charming socialite meet in college… and decide to start a detective agency.

Night Sheriff – A vampire rides into a frontier town, looking for blood. What he gets is a tin star.

RATLINE – In the final days of World War II, a five-member team hunts down Nazis sneaking to South America.

Trinity Heights – Three lifelong friends in their thirties decide to get pregnant from the same sperm donor.

Tres Detectives – Three detectives are run out of their hometowns in the 1920s, and are forced to work together in a new city.

Gilligan’s Island – A gender-swapped reboot of the classic comedy.

Jetsons-Flintstones reboots – To align better with today’s interests, how about The Flintlocks and The Netsons?

Music

Cougar and The Boss – John Mellencamp and Bruce Springsteen remake each other’s classics.

Networks

RePlay – A premium channel mixing nostalgia with today’s buzz : ReCycle, ReBoot, Remake!

Films

Baltimore, MD – An awful pitch for a TV show based on a joke about the screenwriter’s hometown becomes a winner after she learns to love her hometown.

Antiques Roadshow meets Ghostbusters” (working title: Vintage Spirits)

Golem – A monster from Jewish legend, made of clay and brought to life with an ancient ritual, fights the Nazi war machine.

The Jungle Book – A human boy is raised by urban were-wolves in this paranormal adaptation of Kipling’s classic anthology.

Games

Two Simple Steps to Better Open-World Games – Better use of space and better writers could revolutionize gaming.

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