Dear Query Writer: Learn to write and screw off. Repeat as necessary.
"Dear Producer, My interest and personal experience in secret Bible codes and with the paranormal, (I am known in the internet dimension as "insert screenname here", has inspired me to write four very commercial self contained supernatural thrillers that can also lend to a franchise. I would like to propose to you one of them.
Logline: After a young man unwittingly releases a demon from the confines of Stonehenge, Satan himself must help humanity defeat the demon before he takes over Hell and defies Biblical prophecy.
Genre: Occult suspense
Synopsis: A man unleashes the demon inside Stonehenge and becomes "ONE" with him. Using his power the demon is able to accomplish many things but his real purpose is to conquer Hell and have his revenge on Satan who confined him in Stonehenge. The mystic circle is destroyed. Two friends now in United States are called back in England from their friend the Bibleman. The scenario is terrific. The man who unleashed the demon becomes the most influent person in that country and proclames himsels "The Messiah". The Bibleman faces him but eventually compelled to be in a coma. The friends separate to take care of the Bibleman but the demon kidnaps one of them, a woman, to put the other over the barrel. A journalist, the male friend's friend, apparently betrayes him but in reality he is helping him writing articles in code. The male friend being alone accepts Satan's offer to be ally to fight the new Demon.There are three fights between the demon and Satan, two of them cause earthquakes and big tsunamis. In the end The demon prevails and conquers Hell. He is trying to change Armaghedon prophecy and he is going to receive power from Satanic sects, the whole Hell and probably from mankind, having proclaimed himslef the promised Messiah. How the friend will be able to defeat this apocaliptic scenario? Also when the war will be over who will take care of his unusual partner Satan?
Please note that I have dual citizenship and I am therefore eligible for all international Co-Productions and finance structures that often apply as films become more and more of an International endeavor."