Missing lunches, maniacal villains, monster detectives, and mechanical men: When office life gets boring you can always escape to the streets of Cubicle City.
There’s terror lurking behind every corner. Or is there? Nothing is quite what it seems. Welcome to Horror Lane where you never know whose watching.
Set in a dystopian society and based off Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, Sam is stranded without her basic levels- food, water, or shelter.
A black teenager transfers from his predominantly white school to an all black school.
A brother and sister talk about getting in trouble after mistakes are made in the family business.
Mom and dad are fighting, the children are annoyed, it is hot outside and they are already late. It’s vacation time. And Grandma is waiting to be picked up.
James is an average guy with an average home, an average job, and an average life, but when his wife leaves him due to his self-absorbed lifestyle, he begins to question his personal choices. His life changes suddenly when a mysterious to-do list shows up on his doorstep. Although he ignores it at first, the list won’t leave him alone. The list is everywhere and he must make a choice. He’s going to follow the list. In the end, the list shows him that being selfless is truly better than being selfish.