"Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live."
- Mark Twain
Rex, an amiable white trash redneck, must save his trailer park family from the gruesome Doggy Style Killer.
An Acadian man and Mi’kmaq woman live and love amidst colonial war between England and France.
Faced with starvation and plague in the 1850s, a mortal vampire begins to lose everyone she cares about.
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Nice story! I felt invested with the characters. I cared and liked them very much.... more
Horror is not my genre but I gave this short story a thorough read and... more
This screenplay has a very interesting and appealing historical setting - East Germany shortly before... more