E01 - Backward
Working late at night, Dr. Ryan is startled by the sound of distant singing. She sees a woman (Alice Beecher) soiled and tattered, dressed in a unique burgundy dress from the 1860's. Dr. Ryan follows her down a series of deserted corridors to see her go through an iron-reinforced door. But when Dr. Ryan reaches the door, she finds it locked with a rusted padlock. Suddenly, she is startled by the custodian, who tells her this wing has been closed for years.
E02 - Last Flight Out
Last year when Flight 720 to Miami crashed, Anne Coates was the only survivor. Her husband and her little girl died. As the Captain readies the plane for take-off, Anne rushes to the bathroom, takes some pills and repeats her flying is safer than driving' mantra. She sees the reflection of a chalk-white Latina flight attendant standing in the doorway. Hysterical and desperate to get off the plane, Anne runs screaming that her husband, daughter, and Ruth Mendoza want her to join them in death.
E03 - Stepsister
During her first night in the new room, Jessie can't sleep. She's scared of the strange shadows and the branches scratching the windows. Suddenly, a gust of wind blows the windows open. Then she hears another banga box of toys from the closet flies off the shelf, spilling before her feet. Jessie watches, too terrified to move.
E04 - You'll Always Be Mine
Dalton, a blind date-turned-stalker, has been pursuing the young, attractive Jenny. One night he jumps into Jenny's window, right into a trap set by the police. Dalton escapes to the roof as the cops pursue him. He attempts to jump to the next building, but instead falls to his death...but the stalking doesn't stop.
E05 - Wake in Fear
Tom Goodman is a medical intern led by the Chief of Surgery Alan Roarke. Tom dreams of patients deaths, and realizes that his late grandfather is sending him warnings about the doctor, who has sworn to save lives, is actually taking them away.
E06 - Blood Money
FBI agent Ernest Lowe is about to retire-and having been passed over on several promotions due to a $700,000 bank robbery and the monies that were never recovered. When one of the robbers is about to skip town-Lowe decides to get what he deserves since he was over looked for the promotions and at gunpoint, Lowe forces the robber to take him to the money. But when ghostly visions appear from beyond the grave, Lowe realizes he no longer wants the blood money.
E07 - Landscape of Lost Dreams
Harry and Margo Sloan, an attractive couple in their mid 30's, have returned to the Fairview Inn, a place where their love once flourished. It's been nine years since their last blissful weekend there and the hotel hasn't changedbut they have. An overcast sky lends an air of Gothic doom to this otherwise picture-perfect hotel nestled on a cliff.
E08 - Cold in the Grave
Divorced and alone, Eric Duke sits in a bar, complaining that all women are the same cold, just like his ex-wife. Stumbling out, he sees a beautiful college student, Lena, waiting in the rain for a taxicab. Her car has broken down, and she's having trouble getting a taxi. Thinking his luck is about to change, Eric gallantly offers her a ride. Eric turns nasty and makes a pass for Lena. Terrified, she jumps out of the car and tries to escape. Enraged, Eric tries running her down.
E09 - Personal Demons
Billy Thorpe is cleaning the outside of a warehouse when Charlene, his caseworker, approaches him. Billy was a patient in a mental hospital and has been recently released. He has missed his last three appointments and Charlene is checking up on him. She inquires about someone called J.D. Billy is immediately defensive, saying he's alone. Charlene leaves just as J.D., a mysterious and attractive woman, appears from the shadows.
E10 - Cloistered
Madeleine cares for Henry, an elderly stroke victim who can't walk or talk. One night, she hears violin music coming from the house next door but she can see only candlelight streaming from the windows of the house. The next day, Madeleine hears the music again. The door opens to reveal Peter, a handsome but haunted man playing the violin. Peter says he takes care of his wheel-chair bound mother. Feeling a connection Madeleine asks him out for coffee, but he tells her that she should leave.
E11 - All Night Diner
Teri Pike leaves her family one night, and drives to meet her boyfriend. Feeling guilty, she begins to imagine their reaction to her leaving: her husband demands to know where she is, and her sons scream to be fed. Suddenly, police lights in her rearview mirror interrupt her thoughts. Pulling over, the policeman warns her abut a dangerous fugitive who is still at large. As she drives away, Teri now imagines the policeman's stern lecture about leaving her family behind.
E12 - Beware the Muse
Five years ago, Rowe interviewed a notorious death row prisoner, Dominick Palmer, before his execution. Rowe decides to write a story in which Palmer's ghost has returned and is killing victims by removing their hearts with a knife -- Palmer's M.O. while he was alive. The story is a success, but then, actual murders start to occur in Palmer's fashion.
E13 - Blazes
Fighting fires is all Jake Messing has done for twenty years. If it were up to him, he'd do it for another twenty. But unfortunately, the department thinks he's ready for an early retirement. Jake can't imagine his life without firefighting, and goes crazy at the prospect of not being able to provide well for his wife. He's not going to sit passively and let his superiors have their way. So Jake devises a way to keep himself as a valuable member of the team.
E14 - Cold Dark Space
Houston radios Andrew and tells him there's a problem with the ionized fuel compressor and they can't fix it from the ground. Andrew seems doomed but, astronauts appear telling Andrew that everything will be fine if he just follows their instructions. They help him restore power to the fuel compressorenabling him to return to Earth. Houston radios in, not believing the miracle. As he begins the long journey back home, Andrew knows that he is not alone.
E15 - Green Eyed Monster
Jack Singer hasn't been successful in his personal lifeuntil now. In the past, his jealous nature has crumbled many relationships. As he moves to his new wife's country home, he hopes to put all that behind him.
E16 - Sarah's Friend
Sara is a shy morgue attendant who seems to be more comfortable with corpses than with living people. She is being courted by David, who is actually a morgue thief, in cohorts with his partner/lover Claire. They are staying in a sleazy hotel in town. David, with a killer grin, secretly obtains the keys to the morgue's possession closet from Sara and plans a little midnight robbery.
E17 - The Stainless Blade
Larry, a magician, and his wife, Ellen, receive an invitation to the home of Vance Delbert, the master magician. Now retired, Vance lives a secluded life with Miranda, his wife. Ellen desperately wants Larry to obtain an apprenticeship with Vance.
E18 - Beat the Reaper
Vinnie Falco is condemned to death by gas chamber for gunning down a jewelry store clerk during a heist. His partner, Zack, was killed during the getaway. Vinnie claims that Zack was the one who committed the murder, but he is convicted of murder anyway.
E19 - Conscience
As Tyrell moves to embrace Charlie, a gunshot is fired. Although Charlie shoots Tyrell in an act of vengeance and betrayal, he unknowingly has taken care of things for his brother once again by quieting a guilty conscience.
E20 - Sleep No More
Dr. Paula Burns, a beautiful therapist, is counseling her patient, Carl, about a nightmare he is having. Carl pleads for her help and Paula reluctantly coaxes Carl into retelling his nightmare as Paula follows along in a trance-like state. Carl tells his night terror about how his old grandmother with a metal brace comes into his childhood room late at night and tries to suffocate him.
E21 - State of Grace
After spending years in prison, Andy Hill is relieved to be starting a new life. On his first night as a hospital orderly, Andy is shown the ropes by the head nurse, Kate. She shows him the vegetable aisle' the coma ward and there Andy falls in love the moment he sees Grace, one of the patients. Kate tells him that Grace was a society girl who took a bad fall down a flight of stairs.
E22 - Fatal Distraction
Suffering from writer's block, Clayton Wagner has taken a ghostwriting assignment on a romance novel. But even with the novel, he finds that he has no motivation, despite the demands of his agent, Dean. Clayton's wife Beverly is the only one who hasn't lost faith in him. One day, while sitting in front of his blank computer screen, struggling to put down something, Clayton looks out the window to see a beautiful and mysterious woman, who is painting an unseen canvas.
E23 - The New Nanny
Danielle Tetu is excited to arrive at the home of her new nanny assignment. She meets Mrs. Keys, who shows her the house and tells her about her son Eric, age six. When Danielle wants to meet her new charge, Mrs. Keys hesitates by Eric's door, explaining that Eric is shy. Perhaps the two can meet later. She offers Danielle a bit of advice Eric is a special child, and should always be given what he wants.
E24 - Heartsick
Sheryl Bruder inexplicably finds herself taking the wrong train. Recently having survived a heart transplant, she's due for a checkup. But when she bumps into a man on the train, she finds that she wants to go to his destination. She is startled when an inner voice tells her that the man's name is Michael, and then tells her to speak to him. When she says his name out loud, the man is as surprised as she.
E25 - Point Hope
Charlotte Kemp contemplates throwing herself off a pier and ending her life. She stares out at a nearby lighthouse, her tears streaming, and throws her green crystal necklace into the water below. But then the pier under her feet gives way, and she falls, struggling in the cold water. As she calls out for help, a bright light engulfs her, and she blacks out
E26 - Underground
Will Dunn arrives at his new job as a night valet in an underground parking garage. He meets Jake, the parking manager, who shows him the ropes. Jake mentions his concern about Will being nervous behind the wheel. What kind of car did he drive, a Mercedes? Actually, Will tells him, it was a green BMW. Jake leaves Will to handle his first shift alone, and he soon gets the hang of it. Then Will sees a green BMW, just like the one he used to own.
E27 - At Death's Door
Somewhere in the South, as sounds of the Civil War battle rage outside her house, Alma Harding prays for her Confederate soldier husband to return home safely. But she has other worries as well she must also pray for her son Benjamin to recover from his deathly fever. In his disturbed sleep, Ben tells Alma that he sees the Angel of Death coming to their house on horseback.
E28 - It's Only a Movie
Joey Howell, jaded horror film fan and video store clerk extraordinaire, talks over a horror movie being played in the store. As dismayed customers listen, he gives away the ending and ruins it for them. When they walk out, he doesn't understand nobody knows true horror these days.
E29 - Consumers
Trevor Mooney, consummate slacker, has a job at a grocery store. As he joins up with his friend Vic, the two comment on the old people who live in the retirement home nearby. They seem to be the store's only customers, and are always staring at Trevor and Vic creepy.
E30 - From the Ashes
Antique storeowner Albert Vong came to America twenty years ago, hoping to leave behind the painful memories of Cambodia's killing fields. Amy, his college-aged daughter, drops by to check on him and reminds him of their dinner with her friend, Steve Kimra. Vong becomes upset. Amy knows how much he dislikes strangers in the house. But for her sake, he agrees to meet Kimra.
E31 - Scream House
Stu Little is excited to bring his bride of one year, Julie, to visit his childhood home, a place of fond memories. As Julie impatiently waits, he tells her about the main street, the changes that have taken place, and how things were different in the old days with his three buddies: Darren, Billy, and Red. They had great times together. Then Stu suddenly remembers the Scream House, the haunted carnival where they used to hang out, and he drags Julie there.
E32 - I Heard You Call My Name
For Lorena Shaw, a trip to the beach with her ten-year-old inner city students combines her two greatest joys in life: the ocean and children. As she runs after one mischievous student, Lamar, several other kids begin to scatter as well. Lorena temporarily loses sight of her four-year-old son Tate, who is at the beach with her because his babysitter is sick.
E33 - You'll Wake the Dead
Ida Belson is trying to live out her final years in peace; she and her beloved cats have called a duplex home for thirty-three years. The landlord, Dean Vance, and his girlfriend, Melissa, are a rowdy, young couple who want Ida and her cats out. If they sell the property, they can use the money to open a club in the city. However, the only thing that prevents them from doing so is the ironclad lease Ida signed with Vance's father assuring her security as a tenant for life.
E34 - Resting Place
Dr. Thomas Morgan, Jr., is being laid to rest. A doctor with the Red Cross serving in a war-ravaged Central African Republic, he was only 28 years old when he died. After the truck bomb destroyed his hospital, what little was left of his body was shipped back to Virginia for burial.
E35 - Inheritance
Alicia Berry is bequeathed a house from an aunt she never knew. But when she and her husband, Carl, decide to move into the mostly white neighborhood, Carl has reservations about the town's past and how the people will receive them. This house is important to Alicia, for she has never had a home of her own.
E36 - Mirror, Mirror
Reflected in the mirror, Victoria Morgan is a beautiful young woman with a perfect complexion and long dark hair. Dressed in an elegant 1940's gown, Victoria is very conscious of her allure. But when she opens the door to her handsome young lover, Douglas Taylor, Victoria is actually revealed to be a hideous hag.
E37 - The House That Shed Tears
Slumlord Vera Markov is sentenced to live in one of her own decrepit buildings until all the necessary repairs have been made. She's made to wear a house arrest bracelet that will sound an alarm if she leaves the premises. Her attorney, Lindley, is certain he'll get her out of there soon. Vera's attitude is that it's better than jail; resigned, she moves into the second floor apartment with a few designer belongings.
E38 - Winner Takes All
When Blane Croft, CEO of Croft International, asks three of his young executives to stay behind after a meeting, Rob Jackman, Ethan Slade, and Judith Kale find themselves with a strange new offer Croft invites them to participate in a poker game. The winner will walk away as the new CEO of the company. But if they lose, they lose everything they brought to the table.
E39 - Cabin Fever
Art Jones (formerly known as Doug Swift and self help guru extraordinaire) has a nightmare in which he's in the middle of a freezing blizzard, hearing a climbing guide scream as he falls into nothingness He wakes up in his Pacific Island shack, drenched in sweat from the oppressive heat. Art has been hiding out on the island for ten months while an investigation closes regarding his supposed death.
E40 - Bless Me Father
Saint Therese's church is about to receive a new father, Eric Sandoval. Winning over the retiring priest, Father Haney, and the unwelcoming housekeeper will not be easy for Eric.
E41 - Erased
Nicole Osborne, chic editor of Dazzle magazine, complains to her boyfriend Cliff about her sappy husband's obsession with their anniversary party. It's not that he's a bad man, but he's just gotten so old. Cliff replies that she'll never have to worry about looking a day over thirty-five. He is, after all, her plastic surgeon.
E42 - Going Down
Having suffered an ordeal that left her both claustrophobic and mute, Kate Bradshaw enters an office building to see her therapist. But should she take the elevator or the stairs? Mustering her courage, she elects the elevator, knowing it's only a minute or two to the top. But just when she's almost there, a disgruntled security guard, Gus McNally, enters the elevator and takes her hostage.
E43 - Denial
It's been three years after his wife Gail's tragic murder, but Marty Brand cannot forget. Even after the accused killer, Bobby Jackson, is sentenced to life in prison, Marty feels the ordeal isn't over. He argues with his attorney, saying that even though the boy is mentally impaired, he should have been given the death sentence.
E44 - Parting Shot
Fran Rayburn, once a prominent photojournalist, is reduced to begging her ex-boyfriend, Barry, to buy her photo of a dead celebrity: Nick The Snakeman Van Adder, a guitarist who has eluded Fran's camera throughout his career. But the only catch is that she actually doesn't have the photo she needs to break into Van Adder's coffin to get it.
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