Short Block #1

Passes, Blocks, Friday October 30 2020


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Vanessa is walking home from a party. But what happens when she is stalked by a killer?


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Based on the short story by Stephen King
Fletcher, a reporter from The New York Times, has been captured by members of a South American dictatorship and brought into a "deathroom" for interrogation. Based on the short story by Stephen King.

Sushi Night

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After having a dinner date, Stan realizes his love interest Rachel is a psychopath obsessed with sushi and she begins to torture him.

The Light Thief

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When the essence of Love is snatched from someone and locked away in a vessel with no name , what happens to those persons and how do they change? How can the broken hearted souls break that curse and recover from their pain? Can they regain their spark by overcoming dark supernatural forces?

Into the Uncanny Valley

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A woman takes a new drug meant to enhance assertiveness by blocking empathy and ends up locked in a deadly power struggle with her husband
Mousy Hana is thrilled to discover a new pill that temporarily disables the empathy center of the brain so that people who have always had trouble putting themselves first can finally get a chance to succeed in life and love. Her husband, Aleksi, calls all the shots in their marriage, largely by criticizing and manipulating her into feeling sorry for him. With the help of the drug, Hana hopes to assert herself and improve their relationship. At first, the pill seems to be paying off: she’s able to stand up for herself and meet her needs. But there’s a downside: when the drug wears off, all of her guilt comes rushing back. In order to avoid these attacks, Hana increases her dosage and, as a result, begins to lose her humanity. Into the Uncanny Valley is a psychological horror/thriller with a touch of dark comedy that explores the cost of choosing to live without empathy - a trait traditionally associated with the feminine - in order to succeed in a man’s world.