Six people on an isolated movie set attempt to pinpoint the cause of a freak accident that could result in a crew member's death. As they wait for the ambulance, unsettling revelations threaten to further disrupt the group.
Models are punished for their shallow lives by being reincarnated as mannequins bent on finding someone to blame for their sentence. Their first target is the mannequin builder, but when he says he only follows orders, the devilish dolls go after the designers, who point the finger at the fashion magazines. Boris: Guy Fauchon. Roxanne: Nancy Sakovich. Jane: Michelle Harrison.
A studio exec's cancellation of fan favorite “Judgment Day” brings him the wrath of the show's menacing lead character, the Sentencer, who tracks wrongdoers who fall outside the law. Host: Brian Unger.
A screen ingenue's suspicious death triggers a spiral of deja vu for the cop (Mark Hamill) investigating her case until he collides with an unbelievable revelation about the woman's past and his future. Detective Vince Maloney: Alf Humphreys. Todd Farrell: Rob Lee. Detective Susan: Leanne Adachi.
A script reader (Jonathan Young) gets a Hitchcockian comeuppance for stealing a brilliant script penned by a lowly assistant when the murder it describes grabs the attention of a Texas sheriff investigating a disturbingly similar crime. Lizzie Apple: Keegan Connor Tracy. Sheriff Bastrop: Dale Wilson. Cocktail Waitress: Gina Chiarelli. Host: Brian Unger.
A thespian pooch with a telepathic trainer (Gary Jones) tires of his TV gigs and rebels against his master before ultimately plotting to remove him from his life. Dana: Caroline Keenan. Director: Fulvio Cecere. Pete/Joe: Robert C. Saunders. Detective: Anthony Harrison. Host: Brian Unger.
Raunchy radio disc jockey Devon Monk (Roger Cross) finds himself stalked by a late-night caller with too much inside knowledge about his life. Virgil: Donald Carrier. Megan: Linda Ko. Host: Brian Unger.
An obsessive fan meets her match when she becomes a house guest in the home of her current obsession (Winston Rekert), who turns out to be completely nuts as well as violent. Carole: Sarah Strange. Bev: Gillian Barber. Dr. McMurphy: Iris Quinn. Host: Brian Unger.
A tour guide (Willie Garson) to the haunts of dead Hollywood legends plans to drum up better business by offing a young celebrity---who doesn't take kindly to his intent. Angelina Romano: Terri Ivens. Host: Brian Unger.
A cash-strapped filmmaker and compulsive gambler tries to dodge a creepy loan shark (Peter H. Kent) after gambling away cash meant to finance his latest film. Greg: Jay Underwood. John: Joseph D. Reitman.
An ambitious assistant (Sarah Deakins) tries to steal the secret of her boss's success, a black-magic spell that summons the spirits of dead Hollywood legends and adds their talents to her own. Clare Danvers: Joanna Cassidy. Host: Brian Unger.
Recovering TV addict Gabriel Briggs (Daniel Roebuck) falls off the wagon when his wife wins a big-screen TV with a few eerie extra features, including the ability to talk to him. Rene: Ingrid Torrance. Host: Brian Unger.
When a nasty 1950s gossip columnist (Jim Metzler) reveals a starlet's illegal abortion, he's cursed with an odd extrasensory perception---he ability to hear a whisper from yards away. Shot in black and white. Carmen: Suzy Joachim. Milton: Mar Andersons. Effie: Mary Black.
Tippi Hedren guest stars as a svengali-esque agent for a professionally frustrated slasher-film icon (Steven Flynn) who finds a novel way to change careers after he fires her in this update on the horror classic “Psycho.” Dante: Garwin Sanford. Teenage Fan: Sean Carey. Brian Unger hosts.
Revenge finds an unscrupulous producer (Jason Brooks) when he splits with his partner to go it alone on a risky deal with a reclusive actor (Alex Bruhanski) who has an equally unscrupulous housekeeper (Anna Galvin). Rufus: Ben Bass. Reporter: Brenda Campbell.