Danko Babic is an ambitious and amoral gynaecologist at Croatia's leading fertility clinic. When his colleague Bantic is appointed as head of the clinic, Babic starts a secret war to overthrow his rival. Distracted by his ruthless campaign he makes series of fatal mistakes that result in the death of a patient. A crooked coroner and a corrupt police officer cover up his misdeeds, while Babic grows increasingly dependant on drugs and alcohol. He begins performing illegal abortions on prostitutes who work for Jedinko, a gangster who controls the local drug and sex trade.
An ordinary housewife, Yeong-hye, who has nightmares every night, finally becomes a vegetarian, throwing away all the meats in her refrigerator. Her husband Kil-soo starts to complain about her actions. Her family also worries about her health. During a family lunch, Yeong-hye tries to kill herself due to her father's abrupt violence. Observing all the happenings, Yeong-hye's brother-in-law, Min-ho, a videoartist, hears from his wife that Yeong-hye has a Mongolian spot on her hips. Min-ho gets inspiration from this and starts to sketch.
A simple meal of meticulously photographed ingredients with gruesome close-ups.
Neil, a punk rock vegetarian, is being forced to go into the family butcher business. He decides to save the world instead.
An alien ship crashes to Earth. A group of campers are caught in the midst of this crash. There are a number of alien bugs here who proceed to infect a number of corpses. These dead bodies promptly rise from the earth as zombies and start to kill the campers. They chase the remaining campers through the woods. There is also a hitman thrown in here for good measure.
Vampiyan Kids is a Japanese anime television series by Production I.G. It began airing in Japan on October 13, 2001, and finished airing on March 30, 2002. The series lasted 26 episodes, with 3 episodes being DVD only.