A woman seeking "excitement" decides to walk home alone in a town plagued by a serial killer, who strangles his victims.
A dreamy-eyed inventor decides to bring pleasure to his loved ones by building a "happiness machine," unaware of the actual effects it will have on them.
Broken equipment results in a child's being born with geometric features. Polly Ann: Carol Kane. Peter: Michael Sarrazin.
A man raised by a strict father (Ray Sharkey) reveals his past in a chance meeting with a boyhood friend.
When a crew from the drought-stricken Earth lands on a planet, their captain (Marc Singer) leads them through a jungle in a constant downpour in search of the sun dome. Michael Hurst.
A woman befriends a man who claims to be dead. Louise Fletcher.
A man objects to his home town being filmed as background for a commercial. Gregory Sierra.
A couple find a grave marker lying on the floor of their apartment. Shelley Duvall.
A man believes he's been deserted on Mars---until the phone rings. Then he begins a search to find the caller.
In a theater for tourists, a Lincoln robot programmed to recite the Gettysburg address is destroyed by a "Mr. Booth."
When a mother doesn't want her son to marry a waitress, he tells his fiancée that his mother won't live long---but the old woman doesn't "cooperate." Yannick Bisson, Janice Rule.
An undertaker with an inferiority complex seeks revenge on those who mock him. Michael J. Pollard.
A woman pretends to be literate to impress her snobbish neighbor. Tyne Daly.
A man stages a battle of wits against his wife's rich grandmother. Jean Stapleton.
Travelers in space rediscover their past. Hal Linden, Paul Gross.
Noise is truly maddening for a man (Bruce Weitz) who desires a world of perfect silence.
A girl (Drew Barrymore) is unable to convince anyone that she hears a screaming voice from underground.
A writer's urban lifestyle is confounded by a rural nightmare. Jeff Goldblum.
An offbeat film director (Peter O'Toole) frightens a writer with larger-than-life ghost stories. Charles Martin Smith.
A neon-sign artist believes the people gaping at an auto accident might be otherworldly. Nick Mancuso.
An insurance salesman has an uneasy feeling about the children at a local playground. William Shatner.
An impressionable lad thinks his grandmother's tenant is a murderer.
A man seeks relief from his aching bones.
A woman fears her newborn baby is waiting for an opportunity to do something evil to her.
A special-effects man's hatred for a tyrannical director emerges in his work. Chris Campion.
A bedridden boy's life is brightened by his teacher's visits---until she is killed in an accident.
An old woman is summoned by Death but refuses to go.
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