Exploring love, in all it's painful and messy glory. Six months ago actresses Zoe and Mal fell for each other at exactly the same moment in time while filming a love scene. After five ... See full summary »
The meaning of cryptic prophesy splits apart a team of secretive guardians as they transport by 18-wheeler truck, a deadly creature and it's half-human sister from their now ineffective ... See full summary »
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In the summer of 1969, Colonel Kim Jin Pyeong returns to South Korea after serving in Vietnam. He is suffering from post-traumatic disorder and trapped in a loveless marriage with Soo Jin, ... See full summary »
When a virginal artist falls in love with a call girl, she turns out to be the chosen bride of the alien god Cthulhu. To save her, he must stop an ancient cult from summoning their god and destroying mankind.
David Phillip Carollo,
Nicolette le Faye
Athena Dizon plays a trick on campus heartthrob and bad boy, gangster, Kenji de los Reyes. Setting up an arrangement to pretend as lovers-to make his ex jealous-they found themselves falling to each other yet falling apart.
The Hothouse follows the complicated lives of five 20-somethings who share a run down inner-city Wellington dwelling.
New New Zealand drama, The Hothouse follows the complicated lives of five 20-somethings who share a run down inner-city Wellington dwelling. The Hothouse is a contemporary drama with moments of black humor, that explores themes of loyalty, morality, friendship and, of course, love. Cops Daniel, Ruth and Neru, and lawyer Isobel are long-term flatmates. When Levi Wise, a charming rogue who's secretly on the wrong side of the law, joins the house, the delicate balance of the flat is upset in one swoop. The black and white line between right and wrong becomes increasingly blurred with shades of gray, as the 'upholders of the law' struggle with their inextricably entwined professional dilemmas and personal lives. A delightful short series made in New Zealand. Gritty and sensual in all the right places. Only 7 episodes long, this drama concludes well while still leaving you wanting more. The same guys also made "The Insiders Guide to Happiness" and "The Insiders Guide to Love", both of which were brilliant, and while this wasn't as good, it's still definitely worth a watch.
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