A young girl, who's been unhappy ever since the birth of her baby brother, makes a deal with a seemingly harmless forest creature who promises to give the girl a better life with a new family in exchange for her baby brother.
It's always a good day for Georgia when she gets a postcard from her father traveling away in the another country, but soon Georgia has a reason to believe that he is being followed by someone and decides to figure out what's going on before it's too late.
Shawn and his brother, David, move to a rural area, where Shawn makes a new friend named Travis. David, however, doesn't approve of Shawn's new friend, but what do you do when your little brother's mischief-making new friend turns out to be a figment of his imagination turned real?
Jeremy and Bonnie are saddened to learn of the passing of their grandmother and travel to her homeland of Russia to spread her ashes, but soon after they arrive, a bewildering secret is uncovered from their grandmother's past.
After arriving to his late grandmother's homeland of Russia to spread her ashes, Jeremy must use what he knows about a certain secret from her past to save the village and his sister from a malevolent, threatening being.
No amount of complaining will get Jeremy & Chelsea out of a family vacation with mom & dad. When the family stumbles upon a creepy hotel where parents mysteriously forget that they have kids, Jeremy & Chelsea have to fight to keep their family together.
Hopelessly infatuated with Brendon who seems to have more important things to do than pay any attention to her, Maggie commissions Cupid depicted as a man in a white suit instead of a boy or young man with wings, which he explains away as old photographs of himself -- to shoot an arrow at Brendon to make him fall for her, but when Maggie worries that the love potion will wear off, she asks Cupid for another hit, which drives Brendan to go into a love-induced insanity...which gets worse when Maggie tries to break up with him.
Naomi attempts to scare her younger sister Carla by summoning the spirit of an evil man named Cyrus Clayton (a sawmill worker who was fired for drinking on the job and killed his boss in cold blood before he lost his leg) as a joke, but the joke's on them when Carla goes missing and the spirit is let loose in the house.
Kate, a snooty homecoming queen, Halftime, a lovable, but dim-witted jock, and Audrey, an apathetic Goth girl, are stuck in detention for unknown reasons, but when Kate goes missing and strange images and noises begin haunting them, Audrey and Halftime soon realize that their after-school punishment is from a higher power, who wants them to atone for a homecoming court voting scandal and a parade accident that claimed all of their lives.
Bitter and angry over his father abandoning his family and his mother too busy with work to care, a boy named Chad becomes addicted to visiting a traveling fun house, where he can let out his familial frustrations with sadistic glee by smashing a model replica of a family arguing at the dinner table, but the more time Chad spends at the fun house, the meaner and more addicted to the violence he becomes. Is the fun house turning Chad evil or are his inner demons making a monster out of him?
As a souvenir from her traveling parents, Jordanna receives a box of knitted dolls known as "Worry Dolls" that magically fix people's worries - which prove disastrous when she worries that her busy parents don't care for her and her younger brother, and they suddenly quit their jobs and become creepily smiling, clingy and obsessed with family togetherness.
When looking for a shortcut to get to a party, three friends, Margaret, Nickolas and Erica, take a short-cut through the Lovecraft's Woods, a strange patch of woods just as evil as its namesake -- and home to a ghoul who infects Erica and instead traps all three of them in a constant time-loop, where they're doomed to make the same trip through the woods forever.
Ethan and his older brother, Brett, are sent back to the days of the Old West, where an outlaw named John "Mad Dog" McCoy (who was hanged for his crimes on the tree in Ethan's yard) challenges him to a final showdown at high noon after learning that his resting place has been cut down and turned into a coat rack.
Holden is a boy with a garage band, but no musical talent when it comes to playing lead guitar. So when a former, Keith Richards-esque rock star-turned-music shop owner known as Sir Maestro offers him a new guitar seemingly for free, Holden jumps at the chance...only to learn too late that Sir Maestro wants more than cash for payment and Holden's friends have been tempted with similar offers.
In this sequel to season one's "The Dead Body," Jake Skinner (who is now human after tricking Will into dying in 1961) finds his time on Earth running out when a Grim Reaper-esque wraith grabs his arm and causes his skin to rot, so Jake plans to trick Anna into sacrificing her life so Jake can keep living -- and only Will's ghost can stop him.
Philip is a science nerd with a secret: he has a robot that he ordered online and programmed himself, but the robot turns out to be the one ordering Philip around, and Philip needs his friend Tim's help in destroying it!
An irresponsible boy named Jason is only one screw-up away from being shipped off to military school as per his strict father and must prove himself responsible when assigned to care for an egg as part of a school project. Trouble is, the eggs donated to the school are rejects from a biochemistry lab harboring an ostrich-like monster that is not fit to live among humans, and now Jason must keep his father from knowing about his latest mistake while keeping the monster away from two government agents posing as pest control workers who want the monster back.
Jared is stuck babysitting his younger sister, Cynthia, who's been watching The Uncle Howee Show, a kids' show hosted by a loud, energetic man, featuring a puppet rabbit named Loomis, nonstop -- and learns a hard lesson in caring for his sibling when Uncle Howee and Loomis begin talking to Cynthia and plotting their escape from the television.
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