Imagine that the stories of the creatures of the night, the foul and the misunderstood, were not stories at all, that they have always walked, crawled, flown, and stalked amongst us, and always will.

Then imagine that these creatures were integrated into society. Imagine that they had rights under law – the right to vote; the right to a trial in a court of law; the right to become contestants on MKR – as long as they’re not cooking human; and the right to access proper healthcare.

Charlie, Evelyn and Lillith work at Boondock Alley. Hidden away at the end of an inner-city alleyway, this doctor’s surgery is only open at night due to its specialised clientele. In spite of the integration laws, it craves anonymity from the humans who are split in their views on its right to exist. Those that need to though, can find it easily – a blood red sign the unmistakeable beacon.

In this place of healing and of shelter, dedicated humans work tirelessly to treat the health issues of the Undead and Other-Wordly. Wrestling with medical dilemmas, conflicts both moral and legal, they extend empathy to the misunderstood and the mis-understandable. Every day they work to save lives- that may take lives – and to keep themselves alive amongst creatures who while recognised by law, remain different, distinctive, vibrant ….and dangerous.


Look, this isn’t my thing and if I don’t stop the bleeding he’ll die. – Charlie


Charlie

Charlie loves his job. Enormously. Expert in the world of herbal medicine, he immerses himself in the challenge of exploring treatments for the rare, the weird, and the terrifyingly unique. The world of the undead and other worldly intrigues him and he works tirelessly for his patients alongside his mentor, Dr Evans.

Don’t be fooled by the maze of books, potions and the apparent chaos of his office! Charlie knows his field, and his patients. He is dedicated to his work and thrives on his research and practice. It’s his life.


Lillith

Lillith is all about what’s right. She didn’t make the rules but she will uphold them. She has to. Working with the undead doesn’t leave room for exceptions. You waiver? You die. She’ll fight tenaciously for rights on both sides of the Reception Desk and favours neither human, nor undead.

From Lillith’s experience, there are good and bad on both sides of the line and value is less about your heartbeat status and more about contribution. She adores Charlie and his crazy ways and respects no-one more than Dr Evans. On the frontline, Lillith knows the risks and she’ll fight for fair. Always.  


Evelyn

Evelyn is attractive, refined and elegant. She graduated magna cum laude from Aurora University and has been head-hunted to work in some of the most prestigious hospitals in the city. She was the first doctor at the scene and who operated on multiple victims after a major car crash in the downtown area.

Highly skilled, she is confident, assertive and appears to be as cold as ice. Is that what allows her to work so skilfully under pressure? Her ability and knowledge could be invaluable for the evolving field of undead medicine. She isn’t enthralled by her new appointment at Boondock Alley though and only she knows why.

A place where monsters have nestled in the dreams of men for as long as anyone can remember. – Evelyn


Leon Grey

(Charles Vandenberg)

Leon Grey, born and raised in Perth, Western Australia. A late starter in the field of acting, but had always had the passion of performance burning inside of him. At the age of 32 he dived head first into the craft and within a year, secured agency representation and starred in web series, Flatmates. Read more…


Catriona Coe

(Lillith)

Catriona studied at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York where she talked to Robert Redford for inspiration – well his Alumni photo anyway! This fueled a compulsion to act that she has given up fighting or trying to explain! Read more…


Anita Barnes

(Evelyn Charteris)

Anita Barnes is an actress with diverse range having trained in Perth and Sydney with senior LA Casting Directors through the well known Australian Institute of Dramatic Arts. Anita is currently based in Melbourne to pursue exciting opportunities and further refine her craft. Read More…




Leon Grey

(Charles Vandenberg)

Leon Grey, born and raised in Perth, Western Australia. A late starter in the field of acting, but had always had the passion of performance burning inside of him. At the age of 32 he dived head first into the craft and within a year, secured agency representation and starred in web series, Flatmates. Read more…

Catriona Coe

(Lillith)

Catriona studied at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York where she talked to Robert Redford for inspiration – well his Alumni photo anyway! This fueled a compulsion to act that she has given up fighting or trying to explain! Read More…

Anita Barnes

(Evelyn Charteris)

Anita Barnes is an actress with diverse range having trained in Perth and Sydney with senior LA Casting Directors through the well known Australian Institute of Dramatic Arts. Anita is currently based in Melbourne to pursue exciting opportunities and further refine her craft. Read More…


Zombies reanimated.

Werewolves de-flead.

Limbs reattached.

Episode 1: Boondock Alley

Charlie is late for work, again. His list of patients is too long, again, and that doesn’t include the walk-ins. Juggling the responsibilities of a manic surgery for the undead, Lillith’s radar is on high alert. Relief comes in the form an agency doctor, Evelyn Charteris. But why is she really here? And where is Dr Evans?



Episode 2: Eye Spy

Lillith, Charlie and Evelyn try to map out a strategy for a life and death patient situation.  Bound by strict codes of practice they walk a thin line and emotions run high.  They have to think fast to protect their patient and their continuing right to practice at Boondock Alley Surgery.  Will they succeed?  And will that zombie EVER tire of reading that magazine?

Something about you doesn’t feel right. – Lillith


History Of Events.

06/02/92 - Move put forward to cabinet to develop legislation to protect humans from “extraordinary” events caused by known “unknown” entities - DISMISSED Unknown entities determined to be figments of the imagination by those with overactive imaginations, Mental Health Issues or under the influence of Alcohol or other Drugs.

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14/05/93 - Re-submission to cabinet for legislation to acknowledge “extraordinary events and beings” following swing to believers due to popular TV Series The X-Files. DISMISSED. Cannot now be re-submitted for 12 years.)

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21/06/00 - Rallies to support truth from Government over existence of the Undead and Other Worldly following death of local fisherman in Lakes Area of the city.

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18/03/02 - Violent clashes among citizens at Movement for Truth rally. Believers and supporters of alternative beings come to blows with non-believers who vow to fight under the banner of a Human Only World.

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27/10/03 - Media continues to report on possible sightings of “strange” creatures.

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13/10/07 - Researchers publish data and statistics on recorded sightings and events that provide documented evidence of Undead and Other Worldly creatures that is un-refutable.

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27/03/08 - Government puts forward proposal as an amendment to that submitted in 1993 that will acknowledge the existence of “extraordinary creatures” and seek to protect all with legislation to “bring all creatures together under law” under the Integration Act.

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02/05/08 - Society divides into two camps - those who support Integration (Pro-I’s) and those who do not (Anti-I’s). Campaigns develop on both sides of Government to argue for or against the Integration proposal.

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06/08/11 - After a lengthy battle and much debate - with politicians, medical practitioners, experts on weird creatures , communities, friends and families split over the potential consequences of legislation that includes the Undead and Other Worldly - the Integration Laws are passed.

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19/03/12 - The path to Integration is not smooth and incidents occur that lead to greater argument between Pro-I’s and Anti-I’s as Human’s and other creatures struggle to embrace the laws that now apply across all who dwell in the world or on it’s fringes.

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17/11/13 - Integration being embraced in Hollywood as brave actor steps forward to share her story.

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20/12/13 - Integration Laws applauded as conspiring Fairy to attend court on charge of breaking and entering as well as attempted aggravated damage.

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02/04/14 - Data collected through National Surveys show Integration Laws to be having a positive effect on behaviour change in some sectors of Undead and Other Worldly society.

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06/01/15 - Pioneering Public Health Activists celebrate the Government’s decision to pass laws to support investigative medical research and treatment practices for the Undead or the Other Worldly (OW) from October.

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08/03/15 - The first of 30 Temporary Surgeries for the treatment of the Undead and Other Worldly open across the Aurora City in Western Australia. (Funding and a decision on permanency will be reconsidered following monitoring of outcomes.)

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29/02/16 - Undead and Other Worldly shown to share behaviours with Humans as they seek to push for their own outcomes in the face of Integration Laws.

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12/03/16 - Pioneering Doctor for the Undead - Dr Miranda Evans - applauded for services to extraordinary creatures and for fund raising efforts to support continued research in the field of Undead and Other Worldly health science.

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Boondock News.


Welcome to Boondock Alley

Hey there sci fi lovers!! Welcome to Boondock Alley, mind your step. Aurora City is a pretty average place to live and work but somehow we all love it here. This web-series documenting our reality has taken quite some time to kick off and we’re over the moon 😉 you’re... read more

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