A Puerto Rican saying haunts women in their 30's: "if such a woman is not married by this time, she must be a slut, a lesbian, or a prude." This is the story of that woman.
A family receives a mysterious package in the mail. Once it's open, they're faced with an unexpected choice: either save themselves, or protect the secret they've kept for years.
Tonight, 17-year-old Charlotte's allowing herself one last glance at the life she'll leave behind. At a party thrown by the people she grew up with, she prepares to say goodbye, but in this town where the August swelter and Kudzu vine smother all, and where a killer known as the Giant preys on young girls just like herself it won't be that easy.
The Earth is dying. The goddess Onatah is the world's last hope and only a young girl named Sarah can bring her back to life. Yet Sarah is not alone on her journey. Her Guardian, Jonathan, watches over her as they search for Onatah's sanctuary on their quest to restore the Earth from the shadow that has stolen it.
Set in the south, the vulnerable Mary, a waitress at the local Waking Waffle, has resigned her fate to such. She constantly struggles with her drunkard mother, Edna, and Robert, her manager. The Waking Waffle is a void, with Mary at the center, until a black angel sent from Heaven, Dallas, appears with an agenda - through a robbery, instill something in Mary to get her on the chase for destiny. Darkly comedic and completely over-the-top, The Graveyard Shift captures the essence of coming of age while exploring a bizarre black night in the middle of nowhere, leading to a soul's foundation.
Ray and Kira met at a bar last night. Ray wakes up pants less in its bathroom and goes home to navigate a family racked with a convoluted legal dilemma. Kira has trouble adjusting settling down after living in transience. The two seek each other and get drunk at her apartment.
A young revolutionary couple learn how to cope with life's struggles from a pair of aging radicals.