WHERE do they dig these films up? Tonight's features are both straight from the Z-movie box of films that should be labelled ''Hazardous to your mental health''. The more entertaining of the two - in the ''oh, come on'' sense - is Nosferatu in Venice (World 9.30pm, Original Running Time 96 mins), a real horror of a sequel to Werner Herzog's chilling 1979 mood-piece, Nosferatu the Vampyre. Augusto Caminito takes the blame for directing the sequel and Klaus Kinski again stars as the good Count Dracula. But, whereas his portrayal in the original gained sympathy for the weary and isolated creature, the second-time around he's reduced to wandering Venice's canals at twilight. Again the count is lovelorn, and this time he's looking for a virgin to help him shake off his immortal coil. Christopher Plummer's also involved, and looks suitably shame-faced about it. THE desperate alternative, Steel and Lace (Pearl 9.30pm, ORT 92 mins) is also bad, but not quite bad enough to be good. Clare Wren stars as Gaily Morton, a young woman who commits suicide when the man who raped her (Michael Cerveris) is acquitted. This prompts her mad scientist brother (Bruce Davison) to build an android in his sister's image and program it to take revenge on the rapist and his friends. Sounds even sillier than Pearl's umbrella title for this batch of films, ''Last Action Monster''. Bandwagon jumping, or what? STEVEN Spielberg's ''56 million years in the making'' adventure Jurassic Park took more than US$100 million at the US box officein its first nine days. The E! Entertainment TV Network takes an hour-long look at this monster hit in E! Jurassic Park Special (STAR Plus 7pm). The show features interviews with the film's human stars Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern (who're now heavily involved in an off-screen romance), with director Spielberg and with special effects creator Stan Winston. DESPITE expectations, Rough Guide to the World's Islands (Pearl 8.30pm) did not come from the Philippines last week, nor anywhere near it. Instead, trendy twosome Magenta De Vine and Rajan Datar were in Hawaii. This week they're ''definitely'' in Sicily. Assuming they do front up, they'll be in Italy's noisiest city, Palermo, discovering that it's not all scenes from The Godfather, there are plenty of anti-Mafia youth groups too. Then it's off to the east coast for music Arabic-style, theatre Greek-styleand lurve Latin-style. ''UNDER the Same Sky'' is the title of today's Hongkong Connection (Pearl 7.20pm), the Cantonese RTHK production which is dubbed for the English channel. The programme compares and contrasts the outlook of three Chinese children - one from Beijing, one from Hongkong and one from Taipei. All three are 11 years old, and all are single children in middle-class families. Clara Choi asked them about their views on national identity and political awareness. Not surprisingly, the Hongkong kid's views were rather less altruistic than those of the others. ISN'T it about time that STAR Plus changed its choice of ceaselessly repeated time-fillers? Animal Antics has got to go. This apparently hilarious - well, the canned audience laughs uproariously - series of time-fillers comprises snippets of English persons and their clever pets. Take ''clever'' to mean a parrot that wolf-whistles, a counting horse, a skate-boarding dog, and a couple of poodles doing circus tricks. MENSA watch out.