Richard Pennyberg is the richest man in Atlantic City, maybe even the world, and Mr. Pennyberg is no longer in the game. He has been convicted of a long list of criminal offenses and sent directly to jail. His many properties and businesses are now up for grabs as his holdings are dissolved, and key players in the city are now moving to grab up as much as they can. The fashion mogul, the race car driver, the oil man, the dog breeder, and even his slow-witted nephew are all rolling the dice to see if they can bargain, con, and steal to collect as much of Pennyberg’s fortune as they can. With the authorities shining a light on their shady business dealings and an intrepid reporter covering the story, it’s anyone’s guess who will make their monopoly, and who will go bust.
Once, there were cities teeming with people and life. A culture now lost to the ages. But at the very end of it all, some brave humans made their way to a place warm and familiar to them: the Swedish furniture outlet store Ikea. Here they have lived for generations, keeping the old ways as best they can. On the eve of another great “Exiting”, where four young people are chosen to leave the store on a mission of exploration and hope, a documentary crew in charge of recording the Ikea peoples’ proud history watches on as this year’s chosen weigh their fates and try to decide if they are ready to leave behind…The Ikea at the End of the World.
Host and aspiring erotic novelist, S.D. Blair gives a sneak preview of his first work, The Forbidden Lusty Forest, in this week’s Please Make This Minisode. WARNING: This episode contains graphic depictions of what the author believes is heterosexual sex.
Time ticks by slowly in Sauna City. Like a bead of sweat running down your face or film that’s just one scene too long. Steve Gerard, film critic, knows this all too well. Steve’s been spending way too much time online, and he’s started to notice something he worries no one else has seen: a killer, lurking sites and bragging about a string of mysterious murders of online personalities. Can Steve connect the clues across the web that no one else is noticing? Or is the sweltering summer heat and constant diet of content making him lose his mind?
Coach Hazard’s varsity women’s field hockey team isn’t the best, or the toughest, or the fastest, but they are all having the same dream…so there’s that? Every night the girls see a troubling figure, a strange symbol, and a sinister force pulling them toward something in the woods. Can Kristie and Peg pull the team together to figure out what’s going on before they reach the dream’s end?
In the big city it’s a metaphorical dog eat dog world, a metaphorical concrete jungle, a metaphorical street fight. But for baker Alex Liddell, it’s about to get way more literal. After foiling a mugging, Alex is invited into the city’s most exclusive martial arts tournament, where average folk from every walk of life compete for a life changing top prize, or suffer the wrath of The Red Queen. Can you tell me how to get to Fight Street?
Left a lonely beach orphan after her parent’s tragic demises, Pepper Elizabeth spends her days stealing, dancing, and being a badass beach bitch. But when a time traveller comes to her with a dire mission and a team of slightly familiar historical figures, it’s up to Pepper Elizabeth to shake the sand from her hair and learn to do some instruments, because only Rock ’n’ Roll can save the future!
In the stark desert wasteland populated by a broken humanity driven by survival, a group of 20 something year-old friends make the best of a bad situation. In a future where society has definitely gone on a break, these friends still laugh, cry, fall in love, and hide from maniacal motorcycle gangs.