In this British series, Four Fairy Tales are adapted into a modern setting. Each story is an hour long. RAPUNZEL comes off like an episode of BOSOM BUDDIES, with a tennis player impersonating a woman in order to get close to his competitor, Bill Jane Brooke, who the media calls "Rapunzel" because of her long blonde hair. CINDERELLA is one of the better episodes and takes place in a University, where a young cleaning woman Cindy wants the research position for chauvinistic Professor Prince (James Nesbitt of the excellent JECKYLL). The horror-themed episode (and the best one) is BILLY GOAT, about a band who wants to get out of their contract with a troll, Grettongrat. The troll makeup is great. The lead singer of the band picks up an old book about troll behavior and thinks he can get the upper hand, though the old manager refuses to give an inch. So the singer's sixteen-year-old daughter makes up a story that the troll molested her, in order to get the community outraged and make the troll relocate to a different town. Things get out of hand, however. The series is worth picking up for this episode alone. There aren't nearly enough horror stories about Trolls!