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The Devil’s Carnival (discontinued)

(56 minutes)

Three individuals, John, Ms. Merrywood, and Tamara find themselves lost in hellThough the manner of their passing gives brief insight to their transgressions, it isn’t until they reach The Devil’s Carnival in Hell, run by Lucifer himself, where they are forced to relive the sins of their past once more and their histories are truly revealed. John is an obsessive father who seemingly has lost his son, and continues to search for him in Satan’s macabre, maze-like funland. Ms. Merrywood’s sin is greed; her life and death were both spent attempting to acquire as many fine and expensive things as she could. Tamara, possibly the most piteous of the three, seems only to have being too gullible on her list of wrongdoings. Once they breach the Carnival gates, Lucifer and his hellish, but colorful band of Carnies, put on an unforgettable show for all three damned souls.  

Serenity (discontinued)

(119 minutes)

The crew of the space ship Serenity tries to evade an assassin sent to recapture one of their number who is telepathic and harboring a deadly secret.  This is the movie sequel to the television series Firefly, which has inspired legions of the loyalist fans around the world – Browncoats!  The renegade crew of Serenity agrees to hide a fugitive on their ship. They find themselves in an awesome action-packed battle between the relentless military might of a totalitarian regime who will destroy anything – or anyone – to get the fugitive back and bloodthirsty creatures who roam the uncharted areas of space. But, the greatest danger of all may be right on their ship.

Firefly: “Jaynestown” (discontinued)

(44 minutes)

Returning to a moon where he ran into some serious trouble years ago, Jayne discovers that he’s become the local folk legend of a colony of mudders.  He is the “Hero of Canton”, with his own statue. Meanwhile, Mal decides to use this distraction to try to complete a smuggling job.  The local magistrate tries to gain revenge on Jayne.  Kaylee and Simon get drunk together.  River rewrites Book’s bible.  Inara beds the magistrate’s virgin son.  Sing along to the hit song “The Man They Call Jayne”!

Firefly: “Out of Gas” (discontinued)

(44 minutes)

When Serenity’s life support system fails, Mal orders the crew off the ship – but he stays behind.  This is the episode that lays the groundwork for how the crew came to be.  The story is told in multiple time frames shifting from Mal’s time alone on the ship to the events prior to the crew’s departure. We see flashbacks to Mal’s initial meetings with many of his crew members.  These include why the old Firefly-class ship was chosen, Zoe and Wash’s first meeting, how Inara charmed her way into letting Mal rent out one of the Serenity’s shuttles for herself, how Mal met the mechanic/engineer Kaylee, and how Jayne came to join the crew.

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (one-shot)

(101 minutes)

When Stan Marsh and his friends go see an R-rated movie, they start cursing and their parents think that Canada is to blame. The parents of South Park are horrified by the influence that a crass Canadian television duo has had on their kids, leading to the United States declaring war on Canada.

Army of Darkness (one-shot)

(101 minutes)

A sardonic hardware store clerk is accidentally transported to 1300 A.D., where he must retrieve the Necronomicon and battle an army of the dead so he can return home.

Evil Dead II (one-shot)

(104 minutes)

The lone survivor of an onslaught of flesh-possessing spirits holes up in a cabin with a group of strangers while the demons continue their attack.