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The Shape

Unbeknownst to five people, a mysterious shape haunts their suburban neighborhood as they begin their Saturday night of party and relaxation.

The Rocking Chair

Johnny helps his father clean out his home and is instructed to bring his fathers favorite rocking chair to his nursing home warning him, "Not a scratch on it!"

Yellow Mama

Richard Markinson is on death row and chose the electric chair called Yellow Mama for his method execution. After eighteen years of waiting, the chair failed to kill him three times. Now the prison will try lethal injection only to unleash a horror the world has never seen.

Beware the Man with a Single Book

As her last resort, Scarlet undergoes brain surgery to cure a disease that even her own doctors are unsure what the cause could be. This disease has society worried that it's contagious and it must be eliminated.

The Rose Woman

After a worrying day, Eva meets the Rose Woman who proposes to cure her superstitious beliefs by offering her a rose that can mysteriously solve anything simply by plucking a petal.

The Freezer

A tale of caution about the danger of conformity, or resistance of. Ally Conroy moves to a small town in Mississippi to help her sick Grandmother. She get's a job at a local diner where everything seems pleasant and hospitable, but is everything but.

The Nothing Man With Everything

Billy Naddle is a man all alone wandering the streets of a small town. In most particular situations he would prefer solitude, but today the silence is deafening. Where is everyone and what is going on? Billy will have to search to find out.

Lights Out on 35th Street

A small town Sheriff and his Deputy question a woman involved in a massacre of 23 people in the dead of night. The tale she tells is out of this world leading them to wonder how far fetch is it?

Night by Night

A tale about a woman who receives a call that her father has passed and must drive to Oklahoma to face his death while carrying her baggage with her the entire trip.

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