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Lone Wolf and Cub

Set in the 17th century, Ogami Itto, a disgraced samurai, travels around Japan with his three-year-old son Daigoro as an assassin for hire as he tries to clear his family's name. Ultimately, Itto seeks revenge on the Yagyu clan, who falsely accused him of murdering his wife.

Life From the Other Side

Emily Limos, a 23-year-old Instagram influencer, and Moussa "Mouse" Lafitte, an Algerian immigrant, struggle to make ends meet in New York City. With nearly a million followers, Em embraces the idea that millennials are the true hustlers and makes money any way she can, while Mouse, a 35-year-old boxer, serves as her driver and de-facto- bodyguard. The pair’s mutually-beneficial partnership allows Em a degree of safety and gives Mouse much-needed income as he pushes along his looming asylum application. As it becomes harder for the two to stay afloat, they soon realize that security might just come from each other.

Lives of the Monster Dogs

A mad Prussian scientists engineers a group of soldier dogs in a Canadian village. The hyper-intelligent dogs, who walk erect and use voice boxes to communicate, revolt against their masters and, dressed in 19th century formal wear, show up in modern New York.


A young man reluctantly becomes a member of an elite secret order charged with protecting humanity from the beasts of folklore who invade our world.

Love Letters to the Dead

High school student Laurel's beloved older sister has died under mysterious circumstances. Emotionally frayed by the loss, she unexpectedly finds catharsis in an assignment from her English teacher: write a letter to a dead person. Instead of handing in the assignment, though, she begins an ongoing series of letters to an eclectic group of rock stars, poets, and popular icons such as Kurt Cobain, Judy Garland, Amelia Earhart, and Amy Winehouse. She writes to her epistolary confidants about navigating new and complicated friendships, learning to live with her splintering family, falling in love for the first time. Ultimately, the letters reveal the painful truth about her past.


Set in the summer of 1974, it wraps a murder mystery around the beginnings of modern Wall Street mergers-and-acquisitions hustlers


Follows the reign and fall of Peter Gatien, the 1990s king of New York City nightlife who owned the hip clubs Limelight and The Tunnel.

Little Bee

On an African beach, a 16-year-old Nigerian orphan named Little Bee meets a vacationing upper-middle-class British couple who've wandered into an area outside the safety of their resort.

Long Way Down

Set during a sixty second elevator ride, a young man struggles to decide whether or not he's going to murder the guy who killed his brother.


Five young female friends battle supernatural forces at summer camp, where they encounter strange creatures and other supernatural phenomena.

Lauren Pemberton Is No ...

A young professional's life is turned upside down when he reads the new Facebook relationship status of his childhood tutor, who broke his heart as a teenager. He decides to try and win her back.

Liar's Poker

A man is hired by the Wall Street firm Salomon Brothers and goes through the training program to eventually rise up to being a successful bond trader.

Little Girl Lost

A couple in highschool separate after graduation with John becoming a private investigator in New York City and Miranda settling in the midwest as an optometrist. That illusion is shattered, however, when John reads that Miranda was murdered while working as a stripper.

Little House on the Pra...

The story of Laura Ingalls and her family who wander the west in search of a place to can call home.

Lizard Music

A boy left home alone by his vacationing parents discovers a group of lizard musicians on late-night television. With the help of a man with a dancing hen under his hat, Victor travels to Thunderbolt City to find the mysterious creatures.

Long Shot

Kevin Laue journeys from Pleasanton, CA to the basketball court of Manhattan College in New York, where he joins the team in 2009. Laue becomes the first player missing a limb to play NCAA Division I basketball.