A man is very (over-)confident, and relies on his mobile phone for everything. But he receives mysterious text messages, and his life falls apart.
A failed Metal band invent a new sound, Light Metal. This is basically ripped off from bands like Stryper and The Darkness. It's like cheesy pop, but they can play actual instruments. The band's leader dresses like Shaggy in Scooby Doo . The babe knows big words, but can't pronounce them!
The band are plagued by mysterious deaths. CID officer Morwenna Banks investigates.
An unscrupulous property developer (Marcus Brigstock) has problems with 3 mysterious builders.
A yuppie gets an strange inheritance - a brain in a jar. His GF is played by Emma Pierson
There's a game on the World Wide Web, used by a serial killer. This is a bit like a certain TV show by Lynda LaPlante a few years ago. There are also references to the Necronomicon. Unfortunately for this series, this particular episode isn't very funny.
A couple of 30-somethings got to a haunted guest-house (guest-starring Stuart Hall from It's A Knock-out). The scares are crap, but their lives fall apart ... It's a wee bit predictable, and not terribly funny. Lots of swearing ...
A TV psychiatrist invites 30-something pals to a cursed mansion. They are victims in a reality TV show. Doon Mckiatchan from Smack the Pony co-stars.
A childless couple move to a small village. The local witch gives them a child - a homunculus!
A man with a terminal disease pays Keith Allen ( Robin Hood (2006) ) to kill him. This is a drama with a supernatural twist. It's not comedy, but it's light-hearted.
A female movie producer persuades a retired reclusive cult horror film director to show his great unfinished masterpiece. There is a nice twist on the Scream Queen cliche. There's also a great zero-budget monster movie concept.
The Women’s' Institute (middle-aged, middle-class women) hold a bake sale. One uses voodoo to resurrect a woman for her cake recipe.
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