Robert McKee teaches writers how to treat character arcs within the action genre, and details which action subgenre allows room for greater complexity of conflict.
McKee explains the process writers should go through in order to write characters fundamentally different from themselves.
Robert explains why a conscience can hold your Thriller antagonist back, and how the perfect villains often only care for themselves.
Robert McKee details the key difference between the Thriller and Horror genres.
Robert McKee teaches the principles writers need to consider when beginning a crime story, and just how complex the genre can become when plotting clues.
Robert explains why it’s not unusual for writers to revise and change key elements of their stories during the writing process.