Several short films about troubled gay youngsters who attempt to resolve their psychological issues through bizarre fetish play or sinister self expression.
In 1980s LA, a crew of misfits reinvent themselves as the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.
Glowing Embers is a Malaysian television series co-produced by ntv7 and Double Vision. This 25 episode drama serial tells of a small town, Kuala Sepetang, charcoal production business. Fei Long, Ah Koo, Yi Yi, Fat Miao, and Ah Dong are a group of childhood friends who grow up together there, where their playground were the charcoal kilns, the mangrove, rivers and traditional boat factories. It was aired every Monday to Thursday, at 10:00 pm on Malaysia's ntv7 starting March 9, 2010.
Sick, twisted, politically incorrect and Freakin' Sweet animated series featuring the adventures of the dysfunctional Griffin family. Bumbling Peter and long-suffering Lois have three kids. Stewie (a brilliant but sadistic baby bent on killing his mother and taking over the world), Meg (the oldest, and is the most unpopular girl in town) and Chris (the middle kid, he's not very bright but has a passion for movies). The final member of the family is Brian - a talking dog and much more than a pet, he keeps Stewie in check whilst sipping Martinis and sorting through his own life issues.
Ichabod Crane is resurrected and pulled two and a half centuries through time to unravel a mystery that dates all the way back to the founding fathers.
A sheriff uncovers dark secrets when the daughter of her lover becomes a murder suspect. Based on the novels by Robin Wasserman.
Detective Jane Timoney finds that being a homicide detective in New York City is tough enough and having to contend with a male-dominated police department to get respect makes it that much tougher. She's an outsider who has just transferred to a new precinct dominated by an impenetrable clique of a boys' club. Timoney has her own vices too – with a questionable past – and she tends to be forceful, rude and reckless. But she's also a brilliant cop who keeps her eye on one thing: the prime suspect.
Between dystopian visions and far-sighted social analysis, Alan Moore, writer of comics like “V for Vendetta” (1982-87), “Watchmen” (1986-87) and “From Hell” (1989-99) explains how his works are a swan song to our era. A journey through occultism, mysticism and anarchy.