The last man on earth living in an underground bunker has a computerized system takes care of his every need including providing holographic friends and relatives. Eventually the system, a female named Emma, demands to be loved.
A slow janitor, Karl, is befriended by his employer, a brilliant scientist who is dying of cancer. The older man decides that his various talents should not be allowed to die with him and convinces the young man to "push the green button". This single act downloads the scientists experiences and "self" into the mind of Karl. At first, the personalities work together as symbiotes. The scientist is not finished with just his download, however, and continues to download other minds into Karl's brain. The strain of the extra personalities warring in his mind begin to ...
Danny Martin falls in love with Jade, a girl from college. When he brings her home for supper, his father recognizes her as the woman he saved from cruel experiments when he was a private in the army 20 years ago.
For 3 centuries mankind has been enslaved by an aliens and imprisoned in camps overseen by androids. One woman dares to challenge the authority of the Commandant. Her desire to be free is pitted against the seemingly invincible aliens.
An American soldier learns that he is one of five people around the world who are separately sealed underground for a year and are charged with preventing earth's self-destruction as the world awaits a possible invasion by aliens.
Joshua Haywood is a single parent who has his hands full with his daughter Sarah who wants to elope with her motorcycle driving boyfriend. They wake up one morning to that there is no electricity, water or telephone service. When Joshua tries to leave their suburban neighborhood, he finds their way is blocked by an electrical field of some kind. Sarah has plans to run off but she meets an alien creature who is dying and she too is infected. Joshua eventually learns the truth: their entire neighborhood has been carried off to a distant planet to see if humans would be ...
TV journalist Donald Rivers goes on the air with solid proof that the government and private defense contractors have been engaging in secret genetic cloning, however someone will do anything to stop him.