Moonlight: Season 1: 4dvd`s  £11.99  @HMV
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Moonlight: Season 1: 4dvd`s £11.99 @HMV

£11.99
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Found 26th Oct 2009
Moonlight: Season 1: 4dvd £11.99

Putting a unique spin on the detective genre, MOONLIGHT follows the double life of Mick St. John (Alex O'Loughlin), a vampire moonlighting as a private detective. When he's not busy sinking his teeth into a case, he's involved in decidedly human pursuits; none more so than his burgeoning relationship with a mortal named Beth (Sophia Myles) whom, despite all his vampiric urges, he feels drawn to protect... maybe even love. Caught between two worlds, Mick faces the daily struggle of having to balance his human relationships with his affiliations to the underworld, all the while keeping his true identity a secret. All 16 episodes from the show's debut series are presented here in their entirety.

this is not bad for the price

scooter

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Moonlight centers on a private investigator, Mick, who is also a vampire. As he works, Mick must deal with the ups and downs of being immortal, his adversaries in the vampire world, a forbidden love he feels for a mortal.


scooter

Awesome series that was cancelled mere weeks before Twilight started a vampire mythos revival that would have seen a second season stomp the ratings.

Typical short-sighted yank network ball-dropping of epic proportions.

Save your money, buy Angel

'Angel centers on a private investigator, Angel, who is also a vampire. As he works, Angel must deal with the ups and downs of being immortal, his adversaries in the vampire world, a forbidden love he feels for a mortal'. And so on.

'Putting a unique spin on the detective genre' this made me laugh too.

Is this any good guys? Was going to watch it when it was on the TV and missed it :roll:

PatkW;6699355

Awesome series that was cancelled mere weeks before Twilight started a … Awesome series that was cancelled mere weeks before Twilight started a vampire mythos revival that would have seen a second season stomp the ratings.Typical short-sighted yank network ball-dropping of epic proportions.



Totally agree, have been watching this on Virgin lately for the 1st time and it is Quality :thumbsup:
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