It's the Christmas season. With her mom's help, Lynne, a girl of perhaps eight, dresses up; her younger brother Steven plays with a toy car. The children leave with their dad, who's affectionate with them. They walk down a railroad track where an unkempt woman waits with two children, about the same age as Lynne and Steven. The children go with them. They're all headed to a holiday party at a pub. Lynne notices that the girl acts all too familiar with her dad. What's going on?
A man comes into money unexpectatly. That's when the trouble starts.
After losing his wife to cancer and facing a world war and societal collapse, Graham is left fighting enemy troops with little hope left. He will have to continue living in this vile world, where not even Angels can stay alive. Forced to join the faltering remains of the military, he find himself alone on the road with haunting Angels around every corner. He comes across a young woman named Ariel who is looking for a place to hold up, and together they head north towards one of the last known base camps. On their journey Graham begins to notice that Ariel may be more than she seems. Now on the run from their own destiny, and a determined group of fallen Angels, they realize that the end of the world is just the beginning.
'Candy-Gasms' is a colorful comedy about the two sweetest things in life.
A teen finds a gasmask in the forest and it proceeds to bring turmoil and trouble into his life. Zero-budget German splatter at its worst.
Sonja (Alexandra Rapaport) lives a rather carefree life with her beloved family. The husband Frederick's marijuana business providing family finances a silver lining. But life is shattered and Sonja forced to play a dangerous game with both organized crime and police to protect their children. She can no longer be sure which ones are her friends and who she can trust.