InuYasha is a half-demon who was trapped in the Legendary Tree and was set free by Kagome, a girl who traveled 500 years through time. This time, both of them will have to face Menomaru, a ... See full summary »
A virus begins to grip the Earth's population and a group of hopeful survivors are cryogenically frozen in attempt to find a cure. But when the group awakens they are flung into a horrifying situation.
This high octane docu-series follows five of the biggest, baddest guys in the cutthroat world of custom bike building, giving viewers a look at how adrenaline, craftsmanship and rivalries rule in this battle to be number one.
There was the movie Jack and Jill then there is this show
Horrible, people who have watched this show need to get a museum dedicated to teaching future generations about this shows horrors. It is horrible, the plot makes no sense, starts off with cat girls from space, then they get attacked by terrorists even though no one knows of there existence, then they fight a religion based on them which is run by a rich girl with a battleship, then dogs from space team up with the US military and try to kill them, the UN invades Russia with US tanks (only tanks no men or aircraft), the main character can make matter, and magic is real. No explanation, they even spend 15 minutes introducing a character in a mech suit fighting terrorists and never mention her again. This show is should replace water-boarding as an interrogation technique.
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