From the creators of LOST ANGELS comes ONE-SHOT HORROR, an anthology series in the style of THE TWILIGHT ZONE and TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE! From the creators who brought you LOST ANGELS and DEVILSKIN comes the next in the One-Shot Horror series - a bewitching tale of love and desire. Aaron and Christina go to the woods for some much needed alone time. But can their relationship stand the test that... [click here for more]
From the creators of LOST ANGELS comes ONE-SHOT HORROR, an anthology series in the style of THE TWILIGHT ZONE and TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE! Two knights meet on the battlefield. One is armed with a sword. The other is armed with magic. Warriors, witches, and wolves populate the medieval landscape of our latest ONE-SHOT HORROR. ... [click here for more]
A World of Hurt After many lonely years of traveling through space, Fish decides to find solid ground on an outer rim planet. Here, a small group of mech pilots take a special interest in procuring his ship for their own. When one of these mechs mysteriously turns on its own pilot, Fish becomes dead center of a story much bigger than he could have anticipated.... [click here for more]
Crime, culture, and coming-of-age take flight in LOST ANGELS - a sci-fi mystery series set in a world where Los Angeles residents co-exist with a race of alien angels. As tensions between communities boil over, high school student Alex Martinez must unravel a mystery that takes her from the spires of the Silver City to the ruins of Old Santa Monica.
Meet Alex Martinez - your average 14 year-old girl... [click here for more]
SOME KIND OF BLUE MOON centers on 20-something college student and werewolf Bert, his best friend turned werewolf nanny Erin, and the deadly trouble they get into just trying to get through a couple of normal days. Mixing elements of classic horror, John Hughes movies, and 80s/90s comedies, SOME KIND OF BLUE MOON goes for your heart as much as your jugular (it's funny, heartwarming, and scary). Written... [click here for more]
Word on the street is when you've got a problem, Rabbit Black's the one to solve it. Who better, then, to investigate Rabbit's own grisly murder than himself?
Rabbit Black – a freelancer who makes a living solving other people’s problems – unexpectedly finds himself murdered but not dead. This unusual state is likely thanks to two facts:
magic, like heat, rises and
the necromancer... [click here for more]