Mikka and Noah don't know each other, they are in their early 20s and desperately pursuing the perfect life in their own way. They take drugs to perform better and escape from everyday life, but now the price is about to be too great.
Don’t be scared of the rickety rollercoaster or the haunted house. It’s not the rides that will kill you. It’s the people. KILLER CARNIES unravels stories of violent crime with mysterious ties to carnivals, town fairs or arcades – deceptively cheery places perfectly poised for spine-chilling horror. Each case reveals the crime scenes behind the bright lights where detectives must piece together the truth, encountering suspicious drifters and family members left devastated by tragedy. How did the epitome of American fun descend into something so deadly? In KILLER CARNIES, it becomes clear that it’s not always fun at the fair
A absurdist comedy show about duo of fools that is told in a different style each episode.
An Australian web-based cartoon series filled with crude Australian humour that follows the adventures of humanoid alien Big Lez as he finds himself in crazy situations.
Using visual effects and CGI the effects of drugs on the human body are examine, and the myths and controversies that surround them confronted.
It’s 1993, and Paloma Luisa Marquez Hermosa is on top of the world. Originally from Columbia, she now heads a very discreet – and very efficient – criminal organization that smuggles cocaine into Montreal and launders drug money. Nicknamed the “Cali Cartel Godmother”, she stops at nothing to provide for her family. But Paloma eventually becomes the target of Paul Généreux, an honest cop who’s determined to destroy her organization – until his investigation turns into a tangled web of corruption that reaches the upper echelons of the police force.
A young couple with a dream seek to build the world's first legal marijuana empire.
The truth about Britain's gangs is complex and deep. It is a hidden world where selling drugs, robbery and extreme violence area normal part of everyday life. This is a unique look into the heart of British gang culture.
Weed Country is an American reality documentary television series on the Discovery Channel. The series premiered on February 20, 2013 during Discovery's newest programming block titled Weed Wednesdays.
Five boys meet in their teens. This lays the foundation for a career in crime, driven on by the dream of the big heist. Police are becoming aware of them, but the biggest threat is proving to be their own friendship. "Ran" is a high-profile television drama for four episodes. It a mix of drama and action, which is about both spectacular robberies, and about friendship and affiliation. The dilemma the gang encounters is similar to what most of us experience: there comes a point in life where the roads separate, where you realize that you and your old friends have grown apart. This causes a bigger problems for these guys, as this break is not just a little sad and melancholy experience - it is also a threat to their life, their future and their identity.
Top Buzzer was a British sitcom written by Johnny Vaughan and Ed Allen, styled as television's first ever "dope opera". It was shown on MTV in 2004 and later repeated on Five. It revolves around two small-time cannabis dealers, Lee and Sticky, and their customers. Sticky fancies himself to be the next Richard Branson, while Lee aspires to be the Kriss Payne of 'Super Pot'.
The show only lasted one series, containing ten episodes. It was released on DVD on 24 October 2005.
Guest stars on the show included Johnny Vaughan, Karen David, Ricky Grover, Howard Marks, Mackenzie Crook, Sean Lock, Edith Bowman, Iain Lee, Bez, Shaun Ryder, rapper and presenter Xzibit, Tony Hawk and ex So Solid Crew member Asher D.
Crapston Villas was a British animated television series, in which the characters were made from plasticine and filmed with stop motion clay animation. It was a comedy satire on inner-city London life, directed at a mature audience. It featured a set of characters, living in a grim apartment building in the fictional postcode of SE69, who were plagued by various dilemmas. Foul language, sex and violence are present.
In order to survive, Lincoln Swift must take his family into witness protection and give evidence against his former employer, vicious crime boss Nils Vandenberg. With new names and fresh identities, the Swifts are ripped from their Gold Coast home and dumped in Western Sydney. But dislocation puts immense pressure on everyone in the family.