The movie starts with some aliens dropping some babies (?) off on earth and leaving in the 50’s. The babies, which are slugs, cause a bit of a stir, but are quickly contained and forgotten until the 80’s. Flashing forward to the 80’s we find college kids that are getting ready for their first formal. Our protagonists are two socially awkward dudes trying to get with popular college chicks. We watch as they fumble through interactions and then fumble through trying to get rid of the slugs they accidently released. The slugs have one mission: to get in yo braaaaiiiiinnnnnns! They fly into mouths and then take over the bloodied bodies of the unfortunate.
Camp Crystal Lake is reopening after being closed for many years after some gruesome murders. The area had a string of bad luck since then, but Steve Christy (Pete Brouwer) is determined to get it back on its feet. He hires a group of teenagers to help, but everyone starts getting offed their first night! They are stalked, toyed with, and killed until the very end.
Ok, so Lottie, our main gal, is a fashion blogger. And she’s exactly like you’d expect! Together, happy, hot, popular…except only on social media. In real life, she struggles with being happy, having shitty friends, weird boyfriend drama, and gross allergies, hence the name. She’s also struggling with a murder/not murder mystery! She may be losing it or maybe she’s not!
In southern Mexico, there’s a device that was created in the 1500’s that can prolong its owner’s life, at a high (and gross) cost. It goes missing in the 1900’s and ends up in an antique shop owned by Jesus Gris. Jesus begins to investigate this ornate little thing while a very wealthy -and sick- man is going to great lengths to find it. Gris begins to ‘use’ the object because it dials back the biological clock for him, but eventually he really wants to eat all the blood and starts getting super gross and weird about it. Things go south!
A medical student, Herbert West, is transferred to a new med school/program. This guy is OBSESSED with his chosen path. He ends up moving in with the Cool Guy on campus and gets him and his girlfriend roped into some bizarre situations. You know, like bringing back the dead! Things go wrong in case you didn’t see that coming.
Persepolis steps into the daily run-arounds of a young girl in Iran during the Islamic revolution. It offers glimpses into her home life as well as the life outside of the home. Marjane’s parents are more liberal than most and she’s coming to the age when she wants to join them in protests and being outspoken.