Jimmy the time traveler, while trying to solve a time riddle his late father left for him, gets accidentally flung back in time, to the year 1871, the days of the Wild West, landing squarely in the middle of a valley of death. He stumbles into a pack of gun-toting rustlers who capture him. To Jimmy's luck, though, the youngest of the rustlers, Kit Fisher, is not like the rest of his folks.
Sam worked so hard to get a chance to go to Boston Film Academy but never in his darkest nightmares could he imagine that he would hate it there from day one. One thing that Mitch dreaded the most was coming out to his family but now he is being forced to do it because his mother is relentless trying to set him up on a date with a nice girl, just one date, or maybe two, or a dozen, and that is driving him crazy.
Sam never liked his birthdays because not a single one of them was happy... When he turned 1, he fell face-down into his birthday cake; when he turned 5, he broke his left arm and when he turned 7, he broke his right arm and his left leg; when he turned 12, his house caught fire. Now Sam is about to turn 16 and he is dreading the day. The only birthday wish he has is for Jake who is the Mr. Popular of Arcadia High to even acknowledge his existence, or better yet give him a happy-birthday kiss.
The 80es era comes to life again with Sam Dorsey and his fascinating stories that bare surprising resemblance to such cult classic movies as Sixteen Candles, Dirty Dancing, Nightmare on the Elm Street, Breakfast Club and many more. Plunge into the colorful life of this gay teenager and experience the fun and the drama of his everyday but so movie-like life.
"One of my favs."
Sam never liked his birthdays because not a single one of them was happy. When he turned one, he fell face-down into his birthday cake. When he turned five, he broke his left arm When he turned seven, he broke his right arm and his left leg. When he turned 12, his house caught fire. Now Sam is about to turn 16 and he is dreading the day. The only birthday wish he has is for Jake who is the Mr. Popular of Arcadia High to even acknowledge his existence, or better yet give him a happy-birthday kiss.
"Awwwwwwww. Great for a light summer smile."
Sam is turning 17 this year, and he is being pushed toward adulthood too fast. He has a whole bunch of grown-up problems on his hands now. Like how to make a distant relationship with your boyfriend work. Or how to stop yourself from cheating on your boyfriend with a hot friend who wants to be more than friends. Or how to detach yourself from your parents and follow your dreams independently. But all that is just too much for a 17-year-old to handle.
In an attempt to prove to the world that crop circles are man-made and aliens don't really exist, Ricky and his team of young enthusiasts (including one particular enthusiast, Josh, who is hopelessly in love with Ricky) start falsifying the phenomenon by creating their own crop circles. Their endeavors prove pretty much successful, but only until the day when Ricky sees his unique circle design replicated throughout the country by forces unknown.
Coming home for summer break, two film school students, Bradley and Tag, decide to shoot a staged UFO encounter video, one that could potentially generate a lot of attention and a lot of clicks on YouTube. Unexpectedly for both of them, during the filming, they accidentally discover a real alien presence in the dark waters near their coastal home town.