Anthology series Ao-Terror-Oa showcased Kiwi horror to the world. Funded by NZ On Air and YouTube, the six episodes mixed a range of horror with "everything Kiwi" —including farms, rugby and holidays. Alongside the show, behind the scenes clips and two companion series were released via YouTube and official website 6 Weeks of Horror. The darkly humorous Basement of Horror offered demonstrations of behind the scenes makeup tricks. Hweiling Watches hooked up Ao-Terror-Oa producer Hweiling Ow to a heart monitor, while she viewed classic horror movies.
Web series Ao-Terror-Oa offers six short slices of Kiwi horror. Unleashed on both YouTube and a specially created website, the tales involve a possessed camper van, out of this world rugby abilities, virtual reality tourism, a fight for survival on vacation, and the memorable final two episodes — which feature an unusual farmer (Filthy Rich's Taylor Hall) and the worst kind of sun burn. Among the emerging screen talent are actors Brittany Clark (Australia's Doctor, Doctor), Tian Tan (Sui Generis) and Natasha Daniel. The stories are viewable in the order they were released each week.