It's like Buffy the Vampire Slayer meets Seinfeld
One fateful evening, Tara, her best friend Gary, and his go-go dancing boyfriend Billi, discover a mysterious VHS tape that harbors a dark secret. Little do they know, they are about to enter a world of supernatural assassins, demon-fighting nuns, and an eternally young, possibly evil, but definitely gay hollywood celebrity… who will cast a seductive spell over Tara.
A bisexual romantic horror comedy web series written and directed by Rachel Kerry
It is a cruel and lonely evening for our wide-eyed heroine, Tara, for she has just been dumped by Reese (her smelly hipster Lars Von Trier-obsessed boyfriend). Because Tara has both terrible taste in men and an inability to acknowledge her own personal failings, she has an oft-used post-break up routine: Booze. Lots of booze. And lots of candy.
Later, in a fit of drunken hypoglycemic rage, Tara dropkicks a 30-year-old vending machine and discovers a mysterious VHS tape called THE FLOWERS OF FANTASTICO. It turns out to be the weirdest thing ever. Imagine if Godspell were a porno, but with more Communism and set in outer space. And even weirder? One of the dirtiest pornographic performers in the film happens to be Bette Jensen, a famous movie actress (who you may remember from the 1993 teen smash, DANCEVILLE). But Bette Jensen is too young to have been in this movie. What gives?
Across town, Sister Contentious is not having a good day. She keeps kidnapping unholy demons, interrogating them, and jabbing them with sharp objects, but they always die before she can get them to talk! And when those demons die, boy do they explode their guts everywhere. What a mess! It's a rough job, but someone has to do it. After all, an ancient prophecy about an evil baked good is about to come to pass, and somehow the celebrity Bette Jensen is involved.
When she sobers up, Tara enlists her levelheaded best friend, Gary, to help investigate THE FLOWERS OF FANTASTICO. He, in turn, brings over his vaguely illiterate twinky boyfriend, Billi. After much deducing, they arrive at the following conclusion: Bette Jensen is lying about her age and has probably had a lot of plastic surgery. Still upset about her breakup, Tara decides to do what every other loser with a bad personal life does: Blackmail an unsuspecting celebrity! Besides, Bette is in town this month performing in some hot new stage play. But when Tara confronts Bette outside the stage door for ANNE FRANK IN JAPAN, she finds something she never expected to encounter: Love?
Meanwhile, a violent supernatural assassin is looking for The Flowers of Fantastico. She leaves a trail of bloodshed and carnage wherever she goes, seeking desperately for this dangerous movie that contains more sublime power than anyone could possibly know...