Mickey has lived his whole life in run-down Shadybrook, California. Like the rest of the locals, he takes the town’s creepiness for granted and doesn’t think much about the fact that every summer, the monsoon season is accompanied by supernatural phenomena like the Route 66 Apeman. With his best friend, Charlie, he joins a citizens’ police academy in a cynical attempt to get over his hang-ups about women.
Against the backdrop of the supernatural monsoons that have turned deadly for the first time, a mysterious entrepreneur unites the town’s feuding cliques with vague promises of reinvigorating the community through legal pot sales. As they uncover dark secrets, Mickey, Charlie, and the few other sane members of the academy are the only thing stopping their community from being wiped off the map entirely. But can Mickey work up the confidence and the energy to do what’s right while developing a meaningful romantic relationship for the first time?
It’s a raunchy horror/comedy written for the few weirdos who equally enjoy Scooby Doo, “Super Troopers,” and “Twin Peaks.”