In their quest to confront the ultimate evil, Percy and his friends battle swarms of mythical creatures to find the mythical Golden Fleece and to stop an ancient evil from rising.
Monsters is a syndicated horror anthology series which originally ran from 1988 to 1991 and reran on the Sci-Fi Channel during the 1990s. As of 2011, Monsters airs on NBC Universal's horror/suspense-themed cable channel Chiller in sporadic weekday marathons. In a similar vein to Tales from the Darkside, Monsters shared the same producer, and in some ways succeeded the show. It differed in some respects nonetheless. While Tales sometimes dabbled in stories of science fiction and fantasy, this series was more strictly horror. As the name implies, each episode of Monsters featured a different monster which the story concerned, from the animatronic puppet of a fictional children's television program to mutated, weapon-wielding lab rats. Similar to Tales, however, the stories in Monsters were rarely very straightforward action plots and often contained some ironic twist in which a character's conceit or greed would do him in, often with gruesome results. Adding to this was a sense of comedy often lost on horror productions which might in some instances lighten the audience's mood but in many cases added to the overall eeriness of the production.
Three young monsters — Ickis, Oblina and Krumm — attends an institute for monsters under a city dump and learn to frighten humans.
Extreme angler Jeremy Wade is on the hunt for fish with a taste for human flesh. This rip-roaring ride mixes action and adventure with mysteries, edge-of-the-seat chase and a battle of wills between man and nature.
Preschool kids whose parents are the world's most famous monsters try to master their special powers while preparing for kindergarten.
This scripted anthology series mashes up wildly different genres to tell suspenseful stories with funny, imaginative twists. Each episode turns familiar tropes inside out to create a curated and eclectic collection of stories filled with equal parts nostalgia and modern satire.
Inspired by DreamWorks Animation's 2009 blockbuster feature film, this new series follows the further adventures of the beloved monsters- B.O.B., the gelatinous blob without a brain; Link, the prehistoric fish-man; Dr. Cockroach, the half-man/half-insect mad scientist; and Susan (aka Ginormica), the incredible growing woman-as they defend Earth from various alien and supernatural threats.
Professional hillbilly hunters search for mysterious creatures that people have claimed to have seen in West Virginia.
Hiratsuka Heihachi (Katori Shingo)is loud and impolite, but always smiles. He is a strange detective. Unlike Hiratsuka, Saionji Kosuke (Yamashita Tomohisa) is the heir of a wealthy family. He is full of justice, naive and honest almost to a fault. Saionji Kosuke is then designated to the #1 investigation team, which he has always admired. Unfortunately, his job is to watch over Hiratsuka Heihachi. Up to this point, Hiratsuka Heihachi has been the sole member of his team, but he manages to solve all of his cases one by one. Other detectives are curious about his methods, some even think he may have some mystic powers. This is the primary reason why Saionji is tasked to watch over Hiratsuka. The real reason Hiratsuka is able to solve so many cases is that the criminals hate Hiratsuka the most ...
Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters is a television anime series produced by Nihon Ad Systems and Studio Gallop, based on chapters 60-343 of the Yu-Gi-Oh! manga written by Kazuki Takahashi. It is the second anime adaptation of the manga following the anime produced by Toei Animation, adapting the manga from where that series finished. The series revolves around a card duelist named Yugi Mutou, who faces various opponents in a game known as Duel Monsters. The series originally aired in Japan on TV Tokyo between April 2000 and September 2004, running for 224 episodes. An English-language adaptation by 4Kids Entertainment aired in North America between September 2001 and June 2006 on Kids' WB under the name Yu-Gi-Oh!, also releasing the series in various countries outside of Japan. Based on the success of the series, 4Kids also commissioned an animated film, Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie: Pyramid of Light, and a mini-series, Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters. The series has spawned three main spin-off anime series; Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters GX, Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's and Yu-Gi-Oh! Zexal.
Everyone in the world uses smartphone apps. But inside them lurks unknown creatures called "Appli Monsters," or "Appmon." The Appmon are AI lifeforms with the ability to think and act, and exist in the boundary between the human world and digital space. In the vast sea of the internet, the "last boss AI" Leviathan takes control of the Appmon with a virus and begins hacking every system, thus starting to control the human world from the world of the net. Haru Shinkai is led to acquire the Appli Drive, and uses it to materialize Gatchmon, a search app monster.
Featuring first-person accounts with everyday people who believe they have come face to face with real-life folktale fiends, this series travels our country's untamed wilderness to tell of its storied past.
A three-part British documentary film series about life in the Paleozoic, bringing to life extinct arthropods, fish, amphibians, synapsids, and reptiles. Narrated by Kenneth Branagh and using state-of-the-art visual effects, this prequel to Walking with Dinosaurs shows nearly 300 million years of Paleozoic history, from the Cambrian Period (530 million years ago) to the Early Triassic Period (248 million years ago).
Zoologist Nigel Marvin travels back in time to visit deadly creatures of the prehistoric oceans.
While at summer camp, seven kids are transported to a strange digital world. In this new world they make friends with creatures that call themselves Digimon who were born to defend their world from various evil forces.
Yu-Gi-Oh! Capsule Monsters is a twelve-episode anime mini-series, serving as a spin-off to the second Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series. The series, animated by Studio Gallop, was commissioned, produced, and edited by 4Kids Entertainment and aired on 4Kids TV in North America between September and November 2006. It is currently the only animated media in the Yu-Gi-Oh! franchise to not see a release in Japan. Capsule Monsters is set between the Grand Championship and Dawn of the Duel story-arcs of the Yu-Gi-Oh! series, Capsule Monsters involves Yugi, Joey, Téa, Tristan, and Yugi's grandfather Solomon being pulled into a world where Duel Monsters are real. They find monster capsules that they can use to summon monsters. However, in this strange new world, they battle monsters and when their own monsters are attacked, they feel the pain.
Pterosaurs are the closest thing to real dragons Earth has ever seen. These giant flying reptiles dominated our skies millions of years ago. Join the hunt for evidence of the biggest Pterosaur and learn the secret of its flight. Sky Monsters was shown on National Geographic Channel's Bizarre Dino Week in 2006.
Part horror movie, part medical detective story, find out what happens when people fall prey to an infection from a parasite, those nasty microscopic creatures found in water, soil and even in the air. Victims' stories are retold, including how doctors and scientists attempt to unravel each case before it's too late. Biologist Dan Riskin, assisted by doctors and experts who witnessed each case, leads the scientific discussion about each parasite.
This documentary series tells the stories that have gripped imaginations for centuries and reveals the fascinating and unexpected history behind them.
Seven Little Monsters is a Canadian-Chinese children's television program. It is about a family of seven monsters and their mother.
Cyril Chauquet takes us on a mission to seek out the world's most colossal underwater creatures in the remotest corners of the planet.