Fanny Punn is a grad student working on her thesis - a study of an antiquated town called Terror Creek. For some mysterious reason, all surrounding villages have failed and turned into ghost towns,... More > while Terror Creek thrives. Fanny heads to the Athame Inn, the only hotel in Terror Creek, to study the town more closely. There, she stumbles on a startling secret. Fanny’s fiancé, Vincent; her best friend, a very pregnant Rosemary; and Rosemary’s neglectful husband, Christopher, travel together to Terror Creek once Fanny fails to return home as promised to find out what’s gone wrong. Ligeia, High Priestess of a satanic cult of witches; Dr. Audley Salmon, resident mad scientist; and Edgar, the Poe-speaking bellboy, attempt to thwart them, but once Fanny’s friends find Lorre, Dr. Salmon’s mutilated brother and witness to the varied atrocities of Terror Creek, the pieces fall into place, and Fanny’s friends find themselves at the mercy of the occultist members of Terror Creek!< Less
Jeanette is a lapsed writer and a woman cursed. She is surrounded by "farce" wherever she goes and whomever she's with. Her roommates, Jen and Gen, have had enough of it. They kick... More > Jeanette out and now have time together alone at last!
Alex is a grad student recently stung by the bitter barb of love. George is his sexually aggressive roommate. They need a new roomie to replace Greta, Alex's failed romance. They also need a new rule: no dating roommates living in "The Aquarium", their flat. Along comes Jeanette, seemingly the perfect answer to their quest for the perfect roommate...
A series of comic events follow, in farcical form, as Alex and George vie for Jeanette's attention, Jen and Gen declare their love for each other, and everyone feels the upstairs neighbour, Bob, seems to see all and know everything about them, but how?
Peer into the comical lives of the roommates in "The Aquarium"!< Less
"Space Zombies: 13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem!" is a feature film shot on digital video that pays homage to B-Movies of the 50s, 60s and 70s – in particular the films of Edward... More > D. Wood Jr. Though unintentional, the idiosyncrasies and errors that go into these ‘terrible’ but endearing and highly enjoyable films have created a style and a cult following. It was the filmmakers’ desire to delve deeper into this style through the making of a parody film that emulates B-Movies down to the last detail, but within a modern context, as if created today. The result is a hilarious film study, both entertaining and enlightening. There is a definite art to creating something ‘bad’, particularly if you are doing it on purpose!< Less
A frustrated writer interacts with the characters from her romance novel series in order to overcome her writer's block. After successfully jumping that hurtle, the characters decide it's time for... More > their writer to move on to other genres. In the final act, the writer determines her ultimate destiny and, with the help of her characters, grows beyond herself.< Less