Nick Scryer, a PSI-Operative on a mission to infiltrate a terrorist organization, finds himself captured by the organization known as The Movement. Unfortunately, he had to get his mind wiped in order to infiltrate the organization. With the help of double agent Sara Blake (who is searching for her twin sister who joined The Movement), Nick must escape while in the process regain his PSI powers.
After receiving an invitation from his former employer and old friend Joey Drew, the former owner of animation studio Joey Drew Studios, Henry, a former animator of the studio, returns to the studio to find a mysterious ink machine. Unknowingly, getting it to work has unleashed a whole horde of ink monsters, including the demon cartoon Bendy. Soon, Henry finds himself not only in a struggle to escape the studio, but a mystery as to how the studio became so deserted all these years, and how the ink machine and Joey Drew may somehow be connected to it all.
Team Rainbow has been deactivated. As a result, a number of terrorist organisations have emerged throughout the years. One such organisation calls themselves the White Masks. Spreading chaos across the world and with no knowledge of their ultimate objective, Team Rainbow is reactivated by a new female Deputy Director under the call sign ‘Six’ who assembles operators from all over the world to stop White Masks and any future terrorist attacks.
Arial Tetsuo was the former AG racing pilot for Team Auricom during the F3600 League. After retirement, she went on to politics where she became one of the most influential politicians in the world. She was also known for her fierce rivalry with her twin sister Arian Tetsuo of Team Qirex. When Arial is suddenly killed via assassination during the opening of a raw egg bar, the lack of evidence eventually caused the case to be suspended despite public outcry. However, unlike the game series where the case ended up being suspended, this movie will finally attempt to answer the …
A Live action Netflix tv series adaptation of the Horror game Outlast by Red Barrels
A Live action adaptation of the Horror game Outlast II by Red Barrels
Four friends receive an invitation to the horror theme park known has Illbleed. Eriko doesn't go as she was exposed to so much horror that her father made her sit through that she lost her fear scent. Her friends then go, but Eriko doesn't heard back from them for a few days, so she goes to investigate. Little does she know of the horrors that await her?
The Warioware gang star in their own show.
Azriel Odin, ex-assassin, arrives on the rain-drenched planet of Barracus. When things go horribly wrong, he can only seek help from the very criminals he used to work for. Meanwhile, across the galaxy, a man called Delta-Six wakes up in a hospital with no memory. Without knowing where to turn or who to trust, he vows to escape before he loses his identity completely. As fate brings these two closer together, we discover a world where life is cheap, identities are bought and sold, and a quest for redemption can change the fate of a whole galaxy.
It's an era of extreme technological advancement, where regular travel to the moon and human body reconstruction are now parts of the reality of everyday life. Into this world steps a man named Mondo Zappa, who just received an acceptance letter from a secret state institution known as an “Executioner Office.” Our story begins with his first job . . . and things just get weirder from there. A songbird seeking revenge . . . A murder victim trying to find justice from beyond the grave . . . A messenger from the dark side of the moon . . …
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