On Halloween night, in an abandoned old house previously owned by author R. L. Stine, two boys discover a forgotten manuscript that, once opened and read, begins bringing the holiday's monsters to life, threatening their town and their lives.
A young couple is trying to get over the accidental death of their son. In violent grief, both of them start to see and hear things that couldn't possibly be real. Their symptoms continue to heighten until it affects their relationship and life together.
A hardened gangster with a brutal past meets a beautiful race car driver and the two fall head-over-heels in love with each other, but when he realizes that he needs to leave his criminal life behind he discovers that getting out is easier said than done.
After most of the country's children and teens are killed by a plague, the survivors begin developing mutant abilities and are deemed a threat by the government, which imprisons them, but a sixteen-year-old girl escapes and joins a resistance group.
A teen who's tired of his dead-end life becomes the FBI's youngest ever informant in Detroit's 1980s crack epidemic, but once he's deep in the city's criminal underbelly his handlers abandon him, leaving the boy to be just another drug dealer.
After Cartoon Trump sees Fox News giving airtime to Democrats, he ends their relationship and sets out to find a new media arm to spread his propaganda. Meanwhile, Cartoon Bernie Sanders witnesses his rival candidates co-opting his message.