Better Than Sex movie trailer - starring David Wenham, Simon Bossell, Catherine McClements, Susie Porter, Kris Mcquade, Imelda Corcoran. Directed by Johnathan Teplitzky. Genre: Comedy
Farscape clip - starring Ben Browder, Claudia Black, Virginia Hey, Gigi Edgley, Anthony Simcoe, John Eccleston. Directed by Pino Amenta.
Better Than Sex: Full Frame movie trailer - starring David Wenham, Simon Bossell, Catherine McClements, Susie Porter, Kris Mcquade, Imelda Corcoran. Directed by Johnathan Teplitzky. Genre: Comedy
Better Than Sex -- After a one-night stand a couple is faced with the terrifying possibility of what they really want.
Better Than Sex -- Women share intimate fantasies and a public climax over the only thing that could possibly be, \'Better than Sex.\'
In the fourth and final season of FARSCAPE, astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder) and Aeryn (Claudia Black) end up together while the seeds of an uneasy alliance between Crichton and Scorpius comes to the rescue. Echoes of war begin as the reptilian Scarrans seek the wormhole technology Crichton knows to rule the universe. Featuring the amazing creature effects and puppetry from the Jim Henson Company and a nail-biting series finale, this season sends off one of sci-fi's most innovative shows with a bang.
The journey has never been easy for lost American astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder), the escaped alien prisoners who are his friends, or their living ship, Moya. And in the third season of FARSCAPE, the ride becomes wilder than ever when powerful issues of love, loyalty, and sacrifice loom large. With strange creatures, bizarre twists, irreverent humor, tragic losses, great loves, and great hopes, this season's story is as broad and weird as the universe itself. Produced in Australia with the incredible talents of Jim Henson's Creature Shop on display, Season 3 of FARSCAPE is like nothing you've seen before!
Astronaut and astrophysicist John Crichton becomes stranded on the other side of the universe when his Farscape module goes through a wormhole. He is taken in by the misfit alien passengers of the sentient ship Moya, a spacecraft that happens to be on the run from the militaristic "Peacekeepers." Unfortunately, while the ship is docked and making repairs, Crichton tangles with a captive Peacekeeper named Aeryn --a beautiful and volatile woman who alerts her captain about the Moya, putting everyone on board in danger.
The bloodthirsty Scarran Empire unexpectedly declares war against the Peacekeeper Alliance, and the Peacekeepers are forced to strike back with all they have. The Peacekeepers' last, best hope lies in astronaut John Crichton (Ben Browder), an earthling who joined them when he was drawn into a wormhole in space. Can Crichton find a way to lead the Peacekeepers back through the same wormhole before they're destroyed by the Scarrans?
In investigating a murder, Phryne discovers the leading suspect's involvement in a bizarre reincarnation cult, inspired by ancient Egypt.
Phryne's cousins and Aunt Prudence's household come under suspicion when a young girl is found drowned in her aunt's fountain on the eve of a party.
Innocent fun turns to horror when one of the sideshow acts in a carnival is murdered. Phryne poses as the magician's assistant, Fern, to investigate.
Phryne investigates the death of a female worker in a factory "accident" and learns that the woman's death might not be the misadventure it seems.
When a girl whom Phryne had been instructing in etiquette turns up dead, the detective begins to question the worth of table manners and dancing.
Phryne investigates the death of a magazine columnist. To get to the truth, she must unearth the deceptions and rivalries of the magazine's staff.
Ten years after Phryne posed for a famous artist in Paris, his widow arrives in Melbourne asking for her late husband's paintings.
At a gala performance of "Ruddigore," Phryne meets the gorgeous Lin Chung, who has rescued the theatre's leading man from some thugs in a dark alley.
When a young man is found dead at the Eastern Market, Phryne is plunged into the diverse worlds of Jewish politics, alchemy and poison.
A young man with a blue tattoo lies cradled in Phryne's arms. Sadly, it's not another scene of glorious seduction. This time it's murder.
Phryne had thought she would dance the night away at the hottest dance hall in town, the Green Mill. That was before death spoiled the evening.
Phryne decides to travel to the country by train to collect her new motorcar. But the charm of rail travel evaporates when she has to use her pistol.
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