I'm curious. I know that Script Frenzy and NaNoWriMo are mostly "practice times" when we get our lazy butts in gear and prove that, yes, we can really write something against a deadline. It's done wonders for me, lemmetellya (I wrote a 100,000-word novel from Jan 14th to Feb 14th, and it was actually good). And I've heard of a lot of people trying to market their work when they're done.
How about you? Are you approaching Screnzy as a chance to get that great idea out and into the world for marketing? Or are you practicing, working against yourself as a personal challenge?
Or are you just goofin' around against a deadline?
A few months back, I decided to take all of my experience watching cheesy horror/monster movies and use it to write a script for Screnzy. The more I think about it, the more I'm torn between 1) writing what I want (and to hell with the marketability of the results) and 2) working hard to make it the funny, audience-friendly movie I think it could be.
(I mean, it couldn't be worse than Boy Eats Girl, could it...)