FOGG was inspired, in retrospect, by Marie Menken’s BAGATELLE FOR WILLARD MAAS.
Matthew Fogg is brilliant—but he is also a highly rehearsed sociopath who will do anything to satisfy his need to feel something, anything, even if it's through the pain of his victims. In his world, there is only what he wants—no one else matters. Dr. Maggie O’Shea is an ambitious neuroscientist developing a cure for sociopathic behavior—a cure designed to give sociopaths emotions, feelings, and most importantly, empathy. Fogg becomes obsessed with Maggie and volunteers to be part of her research project. When she uncovers Fogg’s darkest secret, she risks becoming his next victim. She has to cross the line to bring him to justice.
When an unknown toxic gas strikes Seoul in an unprecedented act of terror, Yong-nam has just met Eui-ju from college by chance at his mother's birthday banquet. The city falls under sudden noxious gas attack and together, they must escape the panic-stricken city.
A bittersweet love story between yakuza Hiroshi and a married woman Reiko.
Yun Gi-jun has become the executive director of a pharmaceutical company by marrying the widowed daughter of the company CEO. With the general shareholders’ meeting coming up shortly, his wife suggests that he visit his hometown of Mujin and he takes her advice.
An adaptation of Anna Christie, considered lost.
The Foggy Night Murderer
Thee Hounds of Foggy Notion is the title of the August 25, 2008 live CD/DVD release by San Francisco-based rock band Thee Oh Sees. Recorded during their Sucks Blood era in 2007, the performances include songs from previous albums, as well as others that were unreleased at the time. Some of those that had not appeared on any album were later reworked for 2008's The Master's Bedroom is Worth Spending a Night In, here performed in the more subdued psychedelic folk manner which characterized the band's sound during this period. This album was the final appearance of percussionist Patrick Mullins, who left the band after "Sucks Blood". The live footage on the DVD was filmed over the course of four days in San Francisco. It features the band performing in mostly unconventional locales, such as on the shoulder of a highway and near the beach. The video footage was directed by Brian Lee Hughes.
Chikara DVD June 23, 2012 "The Foggiest Notion" - Strathroy, Ontario 1. Leah Von Dutch vs. Sara Del Rey 2. Tim Donst vs. Sugar Dunkerton 3. Jakob Hammermeier vs. Ethan Page vs. Sebastian Suave vs. Buxx Belmar 4. Dasher Hatfield vs. El Generico 5. Icarus Interview 6. The Shard v, AssailANT & DeviANT vs. Mike Quackenbush & The Colony (Green Ant & Soldier Ant) 7. Jigsaw vs. Ophidian 8. Bravado Brothers vs. 3.0 9. Bonus Material: Chikara Event Center - June 7th 10. Bonus Material: Where In The World Is Archibald Peck? 11. Bonus Material: Recap: 3.0/Bravado Brothers
Sequel to the popular Spanish series "Around the World with Willy Fog", 1983, this time adapting the novel of Jules Verne, "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea". The Adventures of Willy Fog are limitless. The most famous British knight heads to the depths of the sea ... It all begins with the mysterious disappearance of many ships. The sailors are terrified by the existence of what they believe to be a sea monster.
Foggy Tabriz is a TV series directed by Mohammad Reza Varzi and acting, Kourosh Tahami, Jamshid Mashayekhi, Mohamad Motie, Mohammad-Reza Sharifinia, Hesam Navabsafavi, Elham Hamidi, Daryoush Kardan, Rozita Ghaffari, Arzhang Amirfazli, Javad Hashemi, Kamand Amir Soleymani.
Around the World with Willy Fog is a cartoon adaptation of Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne. The cartoon was produced by Spanish studio BRB Internacional with animation by Japanese studio Nippon Animation. In the same vein as BRB's Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds, the characters are anthropomorphisms of various animals as the species depicted are of much greater variety than in that series. The core trio are all felines being pursued by three canine foes. Willy Fog is depicted as a lion, while Rigodon is actually a cat and not a lynx because of his tail and ears and Romy a panther. An English dub of the series was directed by Tom Wyner, which featured artists such as Cam Clarke, Gregory Snegoff, Steve Kramer and Mike Reynolds. While the series never achieved popularity in the United States, the English version found fame when it was broadcast on Children's BBC in the United Kingdom. The series was initially screened in 1984 in the UK and then on RTE in Ireland, while other dubs gained the series fanbases in several other countries. The series was also dubbed into Japanese and aired on Japan's TV Asahi in 1987, where it was titled Anime Around the World in 80 Days.