FBI agent Audrey Parker arrives in the small town of Haven, Maine to solve a murder and soon discovers the town's many secrets—which also hold the key to unlocking the mysteries of her lost past.
On the surface, Dark Haven High is an elite school with top notch credentials. But behind closed doors, it’s hiding a deep, dark secret: half the school’s population is part of a genetic experiment. Adolescence is triggering not only the usual teen horrors (pimples, mood swings, hair in weird places), but mutations lying dormant in the students’ DNA. Suddenly there are monsters, clones, lizard people and werewolves roaming the halls, not to mention ordinary teens with extraordinary abilities (invisibility, telekinesis, killer mucus, vengeful ponytails and the ability to send and receive wifi from their brains, for starters). Confused, scared and often dangerous, these mutant teens are running amok at school… and our freshmen heroines are the only ones who can track them down and find out what’s really going on.
Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss is a television comedy film written by Jean Shepherd and directed by Dick Bartlett, based on the 1968 short story by Shepherd. A satire of childhood recollections of annual family vacations, the film follows the Parker family as they travel to a Michigan lakeside camp, the eponymous Haven. It was a co-production of The Disney Channel and PBS, and aired in that order, and was released on video.
First year high school student Sakamoto isn't just cool, he's the coolest! Almost immediately after starting school, he began attracting everyone's attention. The girls love him, and most of the boys resent him. There's even a boy in the class who works as a model, but who is constantly upstaged by Sakamoto! No matter what tricks the other boys try to play on him, Sakamoto always manages to foil them with ease and grace. Though Sakamoto may seem cool and aloof, he helps others when asked, such as in the case of the boy in his class who was being constantly bullied. No matter what difficulties Sakamoto encounters, he moves through his high school life with confidence and class.