Randi and Ian investigate when they learn that two prominent publishers were murdered by normal people dressed as characters in the classic novels recently delivered by an antiquarian bookshop. The ...
A nonstop supernatural thriller that explores the dark side of underground filmmaking. Gina Sklar, the reigning queen of horror, portrayed by Tiffany Shepis, lures Jake Bubar (Tim Mandala) ... See full summary »
The alien criminal from the first movie is dead, but he left a few eggs which are hatching now. The good alien, who still inhabits Tom Beck's body, has been waiting just in case this ... See full summary »
Ethan is a photographer in Los Angeles, still in his 20s, gay, and given to one-night stands that, despite his willingness, don't seem to last past the next morning. His friend Dennis ... See full summary »
Is the story of Samantha and Dov Ernst, American Zionists who emigrated to Palestine. Kalkofsky, a German Jew and bookseller, left behind his family in Europe. He accommodates Silvia, a young revolutionary against British rule.
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Dr Robyn Penrose is a lecturer in English at Rummidge University. Vic Wilcox is the Managing Director of Pringle's, an engineering firm in Rummidge. They meet when Robyn is told by her Head... See full summary »
American graduate student Randi Wallace travels to Britain to study mythology with Professor Ian Matheson. She arrives expecting a stodgy old academic, but Ian is young, and the two are immediately attracted to one other. That complication quickly pales when Randi spends a night camping on the Moors and is bitten by a werewolf. For the rest of the series, Randi and Ian investigate supernatural phenomena together while they search for a cure for Randi's curse. Eventually, their search takes them from British academia to American television, when they move back to Randi's native California, and Ian becomes host of a trashy television talk show focusing on psychic phenomena. The series was an old-style romantic comedy with a touch of horror. Written by
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According to Lee Goldberg in an article in Comics Scene#46, at one point, the producers planned on producing a companion series involving vampires for She-Wolf of London. That series would have featured Blade, the vampire hunter later played by Wesley Snipes, as a globetrotting vampire hunter. However, these plans got scuttled. See more »
I loved this series when I could see it, but looking at it now I think that the makers were heavily influenced by the American series "The Incredible Hulk" and the movie "An American Werewolf in London." Whenever Kate Hodge changed, she got identical contacts to Bill Bixby's, her clothes ripped and she went nuts, but instead of turning green, muscular and......bigger (as in a certain Benny Hill sketch), she got hairy. Much of the series was also parallel to the TV series "Friday the 13th" inasmuch as Kate Hodge and Neil Dickson ran into a new monster each week in order to find a cure for her character. Unfortunately, someone didn't like how or where the series was heading and the show transferred locale to the United States where it was doomed to fail. Without the allure of England and its magical wealth of legends and locales, the show degenerated into so much Hollywood hack. Neil Dickson would get a wonderful role on "Sliders," and Kate Hodge recieved a temporary comedy role on "Working" before it too joined "She-Wolf" in the category of "If It Ain't Broke- Don't Change It!"
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