Centuries of reports of hair-covered creatures roaming Alaska have been uncovered. Yet, beyond the mysterious apelike animals that haunt the forests of the 49th state there exist numerous legends of horrific beings that blur the line between Bigfoot and something else. Something with a far darker agenda. Now, eyewitnesses and experts alike recount stories that will chill you to your bone. Stories that tie Bigfoot-like creatures to tales of mountain giants, and even missing people.
In the midst of World War II, the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion, an all-female African-American unit, undertook the monumental task of sorting and delivering a massive backlog of mail for the U.S. military. Despite facing deplorable working conditions and the pervasive dual discrimination of race and gender, these women served their country with unbreakable determination and pride. Led by the formidable Major Charity Adams, they not only achieved their mission in half the expected time but also broke barriers, standing firm against inequality and inspiring future generations. Tragically overlooked for years, the story of the 6888th sheds light on a remarkable, untold chapter of American history, reflecting both the triumphs and injustices that shaped the nation's path towards civil rights. Their courage and resilience continue to resonate, a poignant reminder of the societal strides still needed to fully recognize and honor their invaluable contribution.
Wanting to have a killer year, sorority sister Emily Young realizes she might just be the best option for her sorority. While beginning her campaign, she finds an adorable sloth that steals her heart and soon realizes she just might steal the hearts, and votes, of her sorority sisters. But when bodies slowly begin to pile up in the Sigma Lambda Theta house, Emily and her sorority sisters realize the deaths are being caused by their new house mascot, the cuddly sloth Alpha. Will Emily and her sisters escape the house with their lives? Or is this death-sloth with three razor sharp claws too quick for them?
Arriving on an excursion to St. Petersburg, classmates Dana and Lyova witness the theft of the famous "Chizhik-Pyzhik". According to legend, if you make a wish and get a coin on the pedestal of the monument without dropping it into the water, it will surely come true. But "Chizhik" is gone. Does this mean that the guys will never be able to realize their dreams and Lyova's parents will still get divorced, and Dana will not become a famous blogger? Courageous schoolchildren rush in search of kidnappers, hiding from teachers, parents urgently summoned from Yekaterinburg, policemen and even from themselves.... "Peter the Great".
"Bibi" is a gripping psychological thriller that delves into the harrowing journey of Vivian Ashwood, a grieving woman haunted by tragedy and tormented by a menacing stranger. Battling her own inner demons, Vivian spirals into a dark abyss of prescription medication and alcohol as she desperately tries to cope with her overwhelming loss. As Vivian's nightmares blend with her waking reality, she becomes trapped in a disorienting labyrinth of fear and uncertainty. As the torment escalates, Vivian seeks solace in Bibi, but their relationship is strained by the weight of grief and resentment that lingers. Fueled by her love for Bibi, Vivian embarks on a treacherous quest for answers. She grapples with the blurred lines between what is real and what is delusion, constantly questioning her own perception of the truth. With every revelation, Vivian's desperation intensifies, driving her to question her sanity and ultimately face the terrifying truth.
The famous short-story by worldwide known writer Edgar Allan Poe takes a twisted and never seen turn when adapted to the the controversial and harsh world of the Portuguese dictatorship times of the "New State" in the 20th century.
When her sibling Zara suffers a nervous breakdown, the introvert Eva is forced to take on Zara’s job as a Foley artist. She struggles to create sounds for a commercial featuring a horse, and then a horsetail starts growing out of her body. Empowered by her tail, she lures a botanist into an affair, through a game of submission. Piaffe is a visceral journey into control, gender, and artifice.
Set against Indonesia’s turbulent post-independence years in the 1960s, the story revolves around the domestic life of a woman whose personal life has been completely overturned by the political turmoil.
12-year-old Mina freaks out when famous hip-hop dancer ED Win moves to town and starts at her school. Mina falls in love and when ED announces he's forming a new dance group for a dance competition in town, Mina decides to audition. The only problem is that she can't dance.