Horror Volume IV
Based on the original pitch by Red Letter Media's Mike Stoklasa and Jay Bauman -- A mother and her son move into an old house with a dark and sinister secret. They experience random and strange occurrences and begin to wonder if it's the work of their depraved neighbor or something else entirely.
When emotionally exhausted Tonia visits her esteemed psychiatrist, Dr. Walsh, to discuss her husband's infidelity, the therapy session takes an unexpected turn. Tonia does not respond well to her doctor's advice and he finds himself locked in a game of psychological hide-n-seek with a painfully disturbed patient.
An unseen force kills travelers stranded on a broken-down bus near Seattle. Biases ratchet up the tension when they suspect the murders aren't random.
Pure O follows the story of Purity Oglander, a grunge singer in the 90s who suffers from Pure OCD, a disorder marked by disturbing intrusive thoughts.
A man's peaceful life is disrupted when three dangerous travelers lay siege to his secluded cabin in the woods.
Man finds an old radio Tesla and turns it on. But he shouldn't do that.
A man seeks vengeance on those who burned him and left him for dead.
Allen Mitchell (Courtney Gains) has just accepted that his life will never turn out like he planned. His only solace from this cruel realization? An afternoon at the movies to watch his favorite starlet, Millie Lane (Brooke Lewis). Of course, Millie Lane is a long-forgotten film star from the 1930s, but that doesn't stop her from being Allen's one obsession, her old movies being the only thing in this world that he can truly count on. But, this afternoon will be much different - this afternoon he's joined in the theater by Millie Lane herself. Is this just Allen's fantasy taking his mind over? Or, is he in for a life the likes of which he'd never dared dream of?