Miss Poppins is an avid yoga class participant...at least that is what her boyfriend thinks. But it isn't yoga that Miss Poppins is off to do. Instead, there is an international incident ... See full summary »
Joseph Gennuso Jr.,
Deep within the underbelly of Paris, there is a club which is the home of a secret, wicked society. At first it resembles an ordinary fetish or Goth nightclub, but within the cavernous ... See full summary »
An unsuccessful young screenwriter struggles to get her career off the ground despite her attempts to revive her horror director grandfather's one-time fame. Meanwhile, a grief stricken ... See full summary »
Glenn Register Sr.
Glenn T. Register,
Five reckless college kids on an urban archaeological expedition uncover a preternatural evil, and discover only a legend can fight a myth. Almost a century ago, the Buffalo Central Terminal was cursed. Eighty years (and 922 missing persons) later, we find Ikari trying to follow in her (missing) father's archaeological footsteps. But Ikari--a part Chinese, part Japanese, half Jewish lesbian--has problems. She's suicidal, her girlfriend dumped her, she's failing her classes, she's about to lose her scholarship, her twin sister Feng is a samurai with supernatural abilities, and, on top of it all, she still lives with her Jewish mother (Maria Olsen). To keep Ikari and his other students from failing, Professor Harrison sends them on a quick "in and out" field expedition to the Terminal. Along for what should be a fast and fun exploration are Ikari's best friend and gay fashion photographer Michael, goth martial artist Tavy, mild-mannered T.A. Lindsey, and Ikari's recently estranged ... Written by