Behind the Scenes
Boomer started writing short stories and scripts out of pure love for writing and riding motorcycles. As he rose through the ranks of the motorcycle club world, he gradually started becoming more and more involved in screenwriting and quickly fell in love with the industry and the world of motorcycles, dedicating his time and energy coming up with creative ideas and working hard to develop his storytelling skills. Contact Boomer to find out more information, or if you’re interested in collaborating on a project.
A One-Hour TV Action/Thriller
Richard "Boomer" Murrhee adapts their original style and unique perspective to every project they work on - striving to create unforgettable screenplays that are thought-provoking and entertaining to all audiences.
How do adrenaline crazed veterans adjust to peacetime?
Nick, a recently discharged WWII Army veteran and his combat buddies, create the first motorcycle club the Hellbound Riders in 1947. The problem is a corrupt politician knows Nick and his buddies have memories of his cowardly actions in combat that could hurt his chances for governor. To silence the club, he extorts the Sheriff to stage a bar brawl to have them all arrested. A patron dies in the melee.
The Sheriff frames the Hellbound Riders for murder!
After a black-market shipment is highjacked, the Sheriff pressures the club to protect the next one. What the Sheriff and Nick don't know is two club members are responsible for the theft.
Nick survived the Battle of the Bulge, but can he survive his homecoming?
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The Battle Never Ends
WWII veterans return home to find the war isn’t over when a corrupt Sheriff rules their town. They form America’s first motorcycle club to set things right.
Screenwriter, Army Veteran, Motorcycle Club President, and Thriller Specialist
Boomer has always been captivated by the arts. From a young age, he loved watching all sorts of television shows and performances, always wondering where these stories came from. As he grew up, Boomer found that having an artistic outlet was the perfect way to express his thoughts and imagination. He fell in love with screenwriting and riding motorcycles and hasn't looked back since.
Having worked on a variety of projects, Boomer considers himself to be extremely lucky and fortunate. Being a US Army veteran and a President of a local veteran Motorcycle Club, he knows the allure of the open road and the roar of an engine between his legs.
He constantly meets people from all walks of life, learns new skills, and always looks for the next adventure. Boomer is available for paid writing assignments and looks forward to the opportunity to collaborate with others.