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A kid is in class and forgot his homework. Just when he's about to get called, a monster attacks the school.
Four generations of a family are brought together to solve a curse that has plagued their bloodline since the 1800s. In their journey, they end up facing their four generations of rivals, who wish to keep the family cursed.
Gaston and LeFou Meet the Mummy
edited 28th Jun '17 2:10:25 PM by TacoBadger
After failing to woo Belle, Gaston and Le Fou become treasure hunters to make a fortune for themselves. Their adventures eventually take them to Egypt, where they discover the lost tomb of Imhotep and unknowingly unleash an ancient curse upon the world.
A dark comedy about a pair of arm suddenly becoming alive after being separated from their owner. The two arms are now in a race against time to return to the body before being rotten.
The Lost Griffin
A documentary about finding and saving the nearly extinct griffin.
Hiro Hamada and Nature
Hiro just gives up his friends and starts a farm. Hilarity Ensues.
No Time Remaining
A man lives in a futuristic, dystopian society where the death of every citizen is predicted and put on a timer they wear around their wrist. He survives past the point where his timer hits zero, and, using the fact that he is no longer registered as alive to evade detection, has to figure out what happened and the truth behind the timers before the last two weeks of his 5-year old son's timer run out.
The truth was a lie
A documentary set on disproving all the major events in World History.
The Angel and the Dragon
edited 28th Jun '17 10:03:37 PM by ChaoticQueen
A work where a Fallen Angel attempts to slay a great dragon in order to ascend back into heaven.
A documentary of the "And now for something completely different" guy from Monty Python's Flying Circus.
House of Rust
It's like Saw, but with robots. And at the end, it's revealed that it was all a simulation, before they're melted into scrap.
Watch that bazooka
A cowardly soldier in the war torn Middle East is asked to wait alone in a deserted town with a rocket launcher, and only asked to act when the entire army dies.
Grappling with loneliness, paranoia and delusion, the soldier waits for weeks on end, waiting for a sign of action.
Can This Small Town Beat Up Mr. Milk?: The Donald J. Worm Story
An absurdist comic detailing the titular Worm going on silly adventures in the small town, almost all of which somehow come back to Mr. Milk. Social satire ensues.
A pirate ship is sailing to Pinecove to dig up treasure, but one by one the crew begin to grow leaves, and their skin dries and becomes woody. As the most severely affected start turning on their former comrades, it's up to the last few to find the treasure, and hopefully, a cure.
Why are the robots also ninjas?
edited 25th Jul '17 9:01:32 PM by ZeroL
A generic coming of age story that gets its title from a one off joke that does not effect the plot in the slightest.
A boy finds out he's a Half-Human Hybrid. It's a very touching story, with themes of dealing with change.
The Daily Frolicking of Nyarlathotep
edited 30th Dec '17 4:46:03 PM by TotallyNotAnAlien
A lighthearted and comedic Black Comedy about Nyarlathotep's everyday life, with an adorably saccharine art style and copious amounts of gore, despair, and insanity.
I scifi story about twins two share a conscious.
A New Being
A New Being: Either a documentary about the evolution of life after a mass extinction event (could be any event, but let's say The Great Dying) or an action movie where a fully artificial lifeform is created by a benevolent corporation to fight back against a corrupt government.
Psychotic Skyward Caper
A surprisingly capable madman ascends a skyscraper to enact vengeance against a CEO he thinks has wronged him, and all the while a crack team of FBI members pursue him, trying to put a stop to his machinations.
It's a disaster movie where an extremely slow-moving explosion heads for our heroes. Their goal is to get out of the extremely huge blast radius before the explosion catches up to them.
Two people fall in love, but they can't tell each other because neither of them has a mouth.
edited 4th May '18 8:41:58 AM by TotallyNotAnAlien
A comedy film about a film crew consisting of individuals known for letting the negatively-reception movies and trying to create an Oscar-winning movie.
Zack Snyder's Preteen Protectors, a Kid Hero team consisting of Rald Beal, the Shapeshifter Girl, Paladin of Hispania, Druid, the Quickster and Dean the Explorer written by Joss Whedon and Molly Ostertag.
A children's live-action series featuring a group of teens defending the world.
My Cat is a Prince from Another World!?
Edited by Oggy123 on Feb 10th 2020 at 8:09:42 PM
A person adopts a cat, only for the cat to start speaking and reveal that he's a prince from a faraway land, whisking the person away to the other world where instead, the cat's the human and the human's the cat. It turns into a really weird isekai anime that somehow manages to land a 4.5 star rating.
Edited by AHSVelocity on Feb 10th 2020 at 7:14:36 AM
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