A girl is haunted by her mother’s abusive boyfriend, who may be a putrefying corpse beneath the floorboards or a malicious ghost.
On the tenth anniversary of their captivity in a sadistic torturer’s dungeon, two men face their starkly different responses to the experience.
A woman goes to clean out her grandmother’s house hoping to find mementos of her dead mother, but finds that her grandmother was harboring something very different than she expected.
A psychiatrist visits a phone booth in the middle of the desert and finds his life and his mind unraveling.
Two friends return home for their high school reunion, where they’re faced by classmates who have been more successful and by an open grave that may help to reset the level.
A couple with a seemingly perfect but boring life are snapped out of their routine by a mysterious monster that continues to keep them delightfully on edge even after its defeat.
A woman thinks she’s being haunted by the ghost of an ex-lover, and enlists her friend to try to exorcise it.
Two boys are granted wishes by an old man they find in a dead tree, and become locked in a prisoner’s dilemma when one tries to steal the wish of the other.
A woman finds a mysterious pelt from an unidentified animal hanging on a fence at her farm, and begins to doubt that she understands anything about her husband and her home.
This took a strange, fast, and bloody turn that I didn’t expect at all.
A madcap night of invention, romance, and commerce in a world where the limits on human decisions have been listed and people are able to follow their whims at breakneck speed.
This made me think a little of “Beggars in Spain,” but with a more satirical tone.