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Aiden (a vampire) and Josh (a werewolf), move into a new house together to try and live normal lives. They didn't however know that they would end up with a third supernatural roommate as well. That's when they meet Sally the ghost. The three supernatural creatures go through various adventures together constantly protecting one another like family.
Sam Witwer (Aiden) and Mark Pellegrino (Bishop) have history with each other in the Showtime Series "Dexter (2006)". Season 1 Episodes "Cirlce of Friends" and "Shrink Wrap" they played roles but their characters never met. Sam Witwer played a potential killer named "Neil Perry" and Mark Pellegrino played a father who just got out of jail named "Paul Bennett". See more »
The interior of the house doesn't match the exterior, an example being an outside door where the house shares a common wall with the house next door. Also, the living room is approximately fifteen feet wider than the available space. See more »
To say that the US version is better by the actors, scenery and script is unbelievable. First off, what made the UK version so good was the fact that these actors looked like every day people, not like these famous American actors we see in the US version. Our vampire didn't look like a twilight character! We could relate to the characters and that's important in a good story.
We don't need simplistic, slapstick humour, good looking actors or pretty special effects to make our version work. Ours was quirky and different.
Don't get me wrong, if I had never seen the British version I would enjoy this a lot more, it's simple and easy to watch.
But the UK version is a lot better.
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