PITCH WORKSHOP: Erica's Logline

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Hey, folks--

Today's Pitch Workshop submission comes from Erica, who's looking for feedback on the logline for her feature film idea, Love Bites. Below is Erica's logline... eagerly awaiting your notes!

Title: Love Bites
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Logline: To reclaim a powerful amulet and battle Van Helsing’s heir, Dracula’s son must learn how to seduce a virgin immune to his powers.

Please feel free to post/comment away... and a huge thank you to Erica for submitting this! I hope you get some helpful criticism!

P.S. In answer to Jorge's question about the Spinoff Contest... "Is it necessary pay anything?"... No-- it's totally free! Remember-- the deadline is Sunday, March 22, so hurry and get your spinoff ideas in!

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