Prehistoric Watership Down
Set in prehistoric england, a small group of Hypsilophodon escape from the destruction of their home and seek to find the promised land, the hill of Watership Down, encountering perils and temptations along the way.
Use pictures of Hypsilophodon as any of the rabbit characters.
Use a Megalosaurus as the Dog.
Use a Baryonyx as the cat.
Both a DVD and Poster.
Also I made a logo.
Before my Rosettes sequel, I'll throw this out there real quick.
Godzilla vs. The Wolfman (Millennium Version)
Plot: Dealing with a werewolf curse for years, Japanese citizen Akira Takahashi has been on the run for years, trying to deal with his newfound transformation during the full moon. However, nuclear waste eventually comes his way while in his werewolf form, irradiating him until he turns into a massive beast, seemingly stuck as a monster whether it be day or night. Also sensing the radiation nearby, Godzilla makes landfall yet again in an attempt to seize the power, not aware that a new enemy is nearby. And while the citizens of Japan sympathize with Akira despite his berserk state, some begin to see Godzilla as the lesser of the two evils, luring the nuclear menace to the lycanthrope before the maddened monster can cause anymore harm to innocents, and to himself.
I would say maybe use the Always design for Godzilla, should there be enough photos. As for the Wolfman.. I would at least suggest using a werewolf that's bipedal, maybe coloring it white/silver to match the original film.
Alright, here with another request. This one is an "animal killing spree" story.
"Something isn't quite right in the Amazon Rainforest. An ancient spirit, malevolent in nature, begins to take a physical form and hunts down man and animal alike. Said form takes the shape of a jaguar, a full 10 feet tall and having the ability to stand on its hind legs for a limited time. An unfortunate group of friends, simply trying to spend time together and enjoy the wildlife, is now seen as one of its first victims, and they must do everything in their power to try and survive."