What if you catch a time traveler? Each stand-alone episode explores the million causes and consequences of calling, meeting, seducing, capturing, making love and/or murdering visitors from the future.
The next chapter in the Surge of Power film series. Cinema's first openly gay superhero Surge returns for the crossover event of the year. This time Big City's greatest hero must team up ... See full summary »
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A poor young woman selling flowers on the street in London happens across a man that's an expert in language. The gentleman makes a bet with his colleague that he can take that young woman ... See full summary »
A young woman who has experienced a series of unfortunate events is reunited with Fred, her imaginary friend from childhood, who promises to make her life better -- though his methods are more violent and abusive than anything.
Bastian Balthazar Bux discovers a parallel world in a book. As he immerses himself in the story, his life becomes intertwined with the plot, in which a hero in the land of Fantasia must save the universe on behalf of an empress.
Magic is not what you see, but what you think you see. Barry Henson (Pat Scott) had this lesson to learn when he applied for the role of magician's assistant. A simple enough job - all he had to do was sit in the audience. When the magician, a world-weary trouper named Splendido (Whit Haydn), called for a volunteer to come up on stage to help with the next illusion - he would be the one. He would be the stooge. But is that all? What is Angela (Carisa Hendrix) doing, and what is she trying to tell him? She is the beautiful young woman who seems to manage everything behind the scenes. Is she just a touch of scantily clad glamour to distract the men in the audience, or is she the power behind Splendido's throne? Is she in fact the real magician in the act? Barry was soon to find out, in a way that was to change his life. Magic is not what you see, nor is it what you want to see.Written by