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Sounds like Orphan Black. I don't want to say too much about it, as it has lots of twists in the plot. Please venture to these links at your own risk. Spoiler alert A BBC America link to it here and a wikipedia link to it here.
This is the Mighty Boosh. In the first season, Howard and Vince work at a zoo. One episode centers around the mysterious disappearances of many animals and employees. It turns out they are being combined to make mutant hybrids. There is also an episode with an illegal boxing match between Howard and a kangaroo.
I think the one you are searching for is, The Legend. Will Smith is the main protagonist, and the whole city has been affected by virus. He lives with a dog named Sam, and each day he goes outside in search of any survivors and when night comes he stays hidden inside his house quietly: as the zombies or whatever they are, are active on nighttime. And ...
Well, they're kind of zombies (They behave like ones, but the film insists they're mutant vampires). You seem to be looking for Against the Dark from 2009 with Steven Seagal. When most of the population of Earth is infected with a virus and transformed into flesh eaters and blood drinking creatures, a group of hunters led by Tao chases the vampire ...
I found it, I thought it was a fairly popular cartoon but it seems I was wrong (according to a poster on tvtropes, it's actually pretty obscure): It's called "Bleu, l'enfant de la Terre", with a video of the opening here.
I think it could be a movie called Zombi 3. http://zombie.wikia.com/wiki/Intelligent_Zombies - (In the Italian horror film Zombi 3, people infected with the zombie virus posses the ability to speak and retain some of their old personality, but they become psychotic and crave human flesh)
I cannot comment so I'm going to have to guess here. Being a 90's kid, I think what you mean is ReBoot : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0108903/ I remember this TV show was fascinating, I just can't remember anything other than a joker appearance (clown like baddy) and some sort of races in space. Let me know if that's the right answer :P
My take is that it is "The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells" (Wikipedia, IMDB) This miniseries is from 2001, has 3 episodes recounting 2 H.G. Wells stories each. Part of the 1st episode centers on an "Invisible Man", who gained this ability from acceleration, a retelling of "The New Accelerator" I do not quite recall a hummingbird, but at a point Wells (the ...
The show may have been The Outer Limits. Saw it late night here as well, also unrelated episodes. Here's an episode list: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_Outer_Limits_(1995_TV_series)_episodes Good luck!
Finally found it ) If anyone is curious: it's "The New Adventures of Ocean Girl". Here's a shot with the henchmen:
You mean The Raccoons. The series revolves around Bert Raccoon and married couple Ralph and Melissa Raccoon, of whom Bert is a friend and roommate. The series mostly involved the trio's efforts against the industrialist forces of greedy Aardvark millionaire called Cyril Sneer (the antagonist you meant), who usually tries to destroy the forest for money. ...
The exact description of this event is seen on: Bugs Bunny - Duck! Rabbit, Duck! @ 2:55 http://dai.ly/x2of854
He's not referencing a specific cartoon, but rather the trope of cartoon missiles or rockets being pointy a lot of the time, characters simply possessing sooty faces after encountering them, and occasionally becoming angels with harps. These happen a lot in cartoons, and the only specific ones mentioned in that conversation are Popeye (by name) and this: ...
"28 weeks later"? It came out in '07, and stared Rose Byrne (a woman with long brown hair) I don't remember if the zombies spoke, but they definitely ran; and I think they showed some ability to think/solve problems.
The show was "This is Your Life." The "pilot" was the Enola Gay copilot Robert Lewis https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_Is_Your_Life One of the show's subjects was Rev. Kiyoshi Tanimoto, a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. During the episode Edwards introduced Tanimoto to Robert A. Lewis, the co-pilot of the Enola Gay, the plane that ...
Found it! It's Mito Koumon, not Mikotoun, which is why my Google-fu was failing me. This allowed me to find the parody video too. (I know the quality sucks, but that's about how I remember it being when I first watched it, so I don't think there's a better copy out there, at least not subtitled.)
Sounds like the season 1 episode Hothead on Smallville from 2001. From Wikipedia: A meteor rock infused sauna endows Coach Arnold (Dan Lauria) with pyrokinesis. After several football players are caught cheating, Chloe discovers that Coach Arnold assisted the players when they cheated. Coach Arnold asks Clark to join the football team, and Clark agrees ...
You are thinking of The Langoliers from 1995, based on the Stephen King short story of the same name. The plane flies through a rip in time, and all of the passengers who are not asleep disappear. The seven who remain find themselves stuck a few minutes in the past, but it is an empty world, waiting for the titular creatures to come along and devour it. To ...
Could it be the Elegy episode of The Twilight Zone show? It was in black and white, not color (though perhaps was colorized at some point), but other details match your description: Beginning of plot synopsis from Wikipedia: Running out of fuel, astronauts Meyers, Webber, and Kirby land their spaceship on a remote asteroid in 2186. They find the place ...
It's The Shannara Chronicles An Elvish tree, known as the Ellcrys, is dying. The bad news is that the tree has been the only piece of magic that protects the Four Lands from the Demon World. Amberle Elessedil is the only one who can save the tree. But she has to unlock magic that the Elves haven't used in thousands of years. With the help of Wil ...
The Langoliers. It was a 2 part mini-series based on the eponymous short story by Stephan King. It was released in 1995 on SciFi, which loves to replay the golden oldie movies. They had to be asleep to pass through the time vortex a minute into the past, and then again a minute into the future. The one that said "OMG, It's So Beautiful" was Nick, who pulled ...
Sounds like the creepy therapist (and cosmetic surgeon) Dr. Pitlor from season 2 of True Detective. Played by Rick Springfield, he looked very much like William Fichtner after massive plastic surgery and wore sunglasses indoors. In episode 5, an annoyed Ray beats him up to make him talk: The girls, spill. [...] Kind of day I had. Seeing you pop a few ...
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