Harry Seigal is a private investigator who, several years earlier, was dismissed from the police force after accidentally killing a suspect during interrogation. Now he's taken on a case for a woman whose husband she suspects is cheating on her. After setting up in a house across from his target, he begins observation. However, Seigal is about to discover is that his past is coming back to haunt him.
Dennis Mahoney is an All-American dad: successful, loving, and all-around good guy. All that changes after a car accident leaves him hanging between life and death. He finds his way back to life... only to wake up in the body of a serial killer named Richard Brautigan, a.k.a. "The Family Man Killer." Even worse is that Brautigan is now in Mahoney's body. With time running out, Dennis must find a way to save his family from Brautigan's murderous intent before he is executed in Brautigan's place.
A person's wedding should be the happiest event in their life. Not so for one bride who receives a note shortly before the wedding saying the person she is marrying is a serial killer. With the wedding in full swing, she must make a choice to believe the note or to pass it off as a stupid prank. But when she notices her groom acting rather odd, she wonders if there is truth behind the note's mortifying words.
Officer Bannerman is assigned to watch after the police station with two other officers during the night. Things go routinely until a person is brought into holding, who is supposedly responsible for over thirty "Silence of the Lambs"-style killings. Now, as things go from odd to frightening, Bannerman must determine just who is who because this Cajun killer may be more than just a mere cannibal.
Helen wakes up early New Years morning to discover a major disaster has happened. She is hung over and does not really remember the events of the night before. She soon finds out that most of the population has become zombies. As she tries to find her way to her boyfriend's house, encountering zombies along the way, she gradually pieces the events of the night before.