Written by Phil Bucci & Marcus Perry; Directed by Phil Bucci; Produced by Brooke Dooley
With super villainy spinning out of control the world has been forced to turn to the vigilantes they once feared in an effort to restore balance, creating a revolution in law enforcement: SPECIAL FORCES. Now, mortals and meta-humans must put aside their prejudices and unite… before humanity pays the ultimate price. But because life has a strange sense of humor, some of the “super” cops really aren’t all that super. Eugene is hands down the sweetest guy you’ll ever meet, armed with the ability to heat up small objects through pyrokenisis. He’s become the department’s coffee warmer. His partner Genesis, has the ability to project any image from the palms of her hands though her power has the embarrassing side effect of revealing her true emotions. Together with Eugene, she’s become the laughing stock of Special Forces.
However, all that is about to change…
Called in by mistake to help rescue hostages from a burnt-out factory, Eugene and Genesis discover their powers are a lot more than they’re cracked up to be. Now these two unlikely heroes are going to show the world what being super is all about.
Written/Directed/Produced by Stevie Quigley, Jason McCullough, Justin Hoffman, & Danielle Raymond
A Necromancer tries to raise an army of the undead to take over the world, but she unwittingly only revives one campy skeleton, who tries his best to please his new master.
Written/Directed/Produced by Kaitlin Suggs
A woman’s visit to the library suddenly becomes an adventure through space and time when a book transports her into its world and the worlds of other books.
Written by Russell Isler; Directed by Paul Hough; Produced by Trip Hope; Composed by Kenny Wood; Lyrics by Kahle McCann
A Steampunk Musical! In 1888, The League of S.T.E.A.M. embarks on a perilous mission down to Hell. Can they defeat the Devil and save the world from total destruction?
Written/Directed by Darrell Gabonia; Produced by James Fox, Darrell Gabonia, & Luke Koehn
Welcome to a modern world where magic is so prevalent that it’s almost mind numbingly monotonous. After a hundred years of peace and prosperity, society has grown comfortable, tolerating the occasional dragon attack as long as it doesn’t interfere with internet speed. With very few exceptions, Questers (professional adventurers) are seen as desperate lunatics that must journey for days, sometimes months, to complete increasingly dangerous jobs. Ninety-nine percent of all quests end in either failure or death.