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  • Thunderbirds [2004] Thunderbirds | DVD | (10/03/2008) from £4.09  |  Saving you £15.80 (79.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The deep love that young boys feel for planes, cars, and gadgets is the driving energy of Thunderbirds, a live-action movie based on the British puppet TV show of the 1960s. Bill Paxton (Near Dark, One False Move) plays Jeff Tracy, billionaire ex-astronaut, who's turned his family of heroic sons into a crack rescue squad, zooming to danger and saving people using super-sophisticated vehicles. The youngest boy (Brady Corbet) hasn't yet joined the team and resents every moment he's not in uniform---but he gets his chance when a malevolent villain called the Hood (Ben Kingsley, slumming a bit from Gandhi and Sexy Beast) traps the rest of the family on a crippled space station and turns the Thunderbird vehicles to his evil purposes. Expect bright colors, clumsy dialogue, and a less-than-thrilling plot, but many kids will enjoy the fantasy of a secret island, rocket ships, and flying cars. --Bret Fetzer

  • Escobar: Paradise Lost [DVD] [2015] Escobar: Paradise Lost | DVD | (21/09/2015) from £4.19  |  Saving you £8.80 (67.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Meet the most powerful drug lord in history. Just call him Uncle Pablo. For Pablo Escobar (Benicio Del Toro) family is everything. When young surfer Nick (Josh Hutcherson) falls for Escobar’s niece he finds his life on the line when he’s pulled in the dangerous world of the family business.

  • Martha Marcy May Marlene [DVD] Martha Marcy May Marlene | DVD | (28/05/2012) from £3.99  |  Saving you £4.46 (22.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Martha Marcy May Marlene creates a sense of uneasy suspense within seconds of coming on screen: a young woman, who will be known by all the title names at various times in the movie, is escaping from a rural commune of some sort. And not just a commune, but by the looks of it, a cult--an impression that will grow as Martha flashes back to her experiences once she reaches the safety of her sister's antiseptic country place. It is part of director Sean Durkin's design that we experience the film as Martha's point of view, which means there may be some question about whether she's an emotionally unstable person to begin with or simply in a legitimate terror about the traumatising events that have unfolded for her in recent months. Although the film has one storytelling contrivance (Martha withholds her experiences from her sister, when a little exposition would help matters tremendously), in general Durkin keeps a lid on this simmering situation, and he's got a good compositional eye that only occasionally tips over into preciousness. Sarah Paulson and Hugh Dancy play Martha's complacent but concerned sister and brother-in-law, and John Hawkes (Winter's Bone) is a spellbinder as the commune leader, a manipulator of subtle skill. (With some stories like this, you have a hard time believing cult followers could fall for these creepy charismatics; in this one, Hawkes demonstrates how such things might happen.) The movie's most unexpected and alluring touch is the performance by Elizabeth Olsen, as Martha; this younger sister of the child-star Olsen twins brings a zonked-out centre of gravity to the part. She's got just a bit of blankness, too, which enhances the movie's well-wrought guessing game. --Robert Horton

  • Thirteen [2002] Thirteen | DVD | (03/05/2004) from £2.99  |  Saving you £12.40 (68.90%)  |  RRP £17.99

    A gut-wrenching portrait of adolescence, Thirteen is made all the more powerful because it was cowritten by a teenage girl, Nikki Reed, who also costars in the movie. Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood), a serious good student, finds herself needing to express her anger and resentment at her fractured family life. To rebel, she pursues a friendship with the reckless, alluring Evie (Reed), who seems to have all the cocksure freedom that Tracy desires. What follows is both harrowing and compelling: Tracy becomes enmeshed in a relationship with Evie that empowers Tracy and drags her deeper into the misery she wants to escape--and terrifies her mother (Holly Hunter), who struggles desperately to hold on to her daughter's love. Thirteen makes every step on this path utterly convincing, due to the vivid script, energised direction and astonishingly alive performances from Hunter, Reed and especially Wood. It's jolting, sad and mesmerising. --Bret Fetzer

  • Simon Killer [DVD] Simon Killer | DVD | (26/08/2013) from £7.69  |  Saving you £10.30 (57.30%)  |  RRP £17.99

    A deeply disturbing character study of a handsome and sociopathic American in Paris writer-director Antonio Campos's Simon Killer hones further the psychological perceptiveness and keen filmmaking craft exhibited in Campos's acclaimed feature debut Afterschool. Brady Corbet (Melancholia Thirteen Martha Marcy May Marlene) plays Simon a recent college graduate full of promise and potential who goes to Paris to begin a trip around Europe following a break-up with a long-time girlfriend. An outsider adrift upon a profound sense of loss Simon takes solace in the company of Victoria (Mati Diop of 35 Shots of Rum) a beautiful young and mysterious prostitute - and their fateful journey begins... Emotionally compelling and visually stunning Simon Killer is an examination of casual brutality profane sexuality alienation and desperation all cut to a killer soundtrack that underscores the borderline psychotic fervour of Simon's descent. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the UK debut of Antonio Campos's powerful hypnotic and remarkably assured Simon Killer on Blu-ray and DVD. Special Features: 1080p Blu-ray presentation (progressive presentation on the DVD) of the film in its original 2.40:1 aspect ratio Behind-the-scenes and rehearsal footage from the production of the film Sundance Alumni interview with Antonio Campos and producers Sean Durkin and Josh Mond The Last 15 - Campos's Palme d'Or nominated short film The Case of the Conscious Camera - A 29-minute interview with Campos on the aesthetics of Simon Killer Conversations with Moms - an interview with Campos Brady Corbet and their mothers Original theatrical trailer Optional English subtitles (SDH also available) Booklet featuring a new and exclusive essay by critic Karina Longworth; a new interview with Antonio Campos; a visual primer on the development of the poster art; and more!

  • Simon Killer [Blu-ray] Simon Killer | Blu Ray | (26/08/2013) from £10.99  |  Saving you £4.00 (26.70%)  |  RRP £14.99

    A deeply disturbing character study of a handsome and sociopathic American in Paris writer-director Antonio Campos's Simon Killer hones further the psychological perceptiveness and keen filmmaking craft exhibited in Campos's acclaimed feature debut Afterschool. Brady Corbet (Melancholia Thirteen Martha Marcy May Marlene) plays Simon a recent college graduate full of promise and potential who goes to Paris to begin a trip around Europe following a break-up with a long-time girlfriend. An outsider adrift upon a profound sense of loss Simon takes solace in the company of Victoria (Mati Diop of 35 Shots of Rum) a beautiful young and mysterious prostitute - and their fateful journey begins... Emotionally compelling and visually stunning Simon Killer is an examination of casual brutality profane sexuality alienation and desperation all cut to a killer soundtrack that underscores the borderline psychotic fervour of Simon's descent. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the UK debut of Antonio Campos's powerful hypnotic and remarkably assured Simon Killer on Blu-ray and DVD. Special Features: 1080p Blu-ray presentation (progressive presentation on the DVD) of the film in its original 2.40:1 aspect ratio Behind-the-scenes and rehearsal footage from the production of the film Sundance Alumni interview with Antonio Campos and producers Sean Durkin and Josh Mond The Last 15 - Campos's Palme d'Or nominated short film The Case of the Conscious Camera - A 29-minute interview with Campos on the aesthetics of Simon Killer Conversations with Moms - an interview with Campos Brady Corbet and their mothers Original theatrical trailer Optional English subtitles (SDH also available) Booklet featuring a new and exclusive essay by critic Karina Longworth; a new interview with Antonio Campos; a visual primer on the development of the poster art; and more!

  • Escobar: Paradise Lost [Blu-ray] [2015] Escobar: Paradise Lost | Blu Ray | (21/09/2015) from £6.39  |  Saving you £9.60 (60.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Meet the most powerful drug lord in history. Just call him Uncle Pablo. For Pablo Escobar (Benicio Del Toro) family is everything. When young surfer Nick (Josh Hutcherson) falls for Escobar’s niece he finds his life on the line when he’s pulled in the dangerous world of the family business.

  • Mysterious Skin [DVD] Mysterious Skin | DVD | (28/01/2013) from £7.58  |  Saving you £5.41 (41.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Off-beat indie drama. Brian Lackey (Brady Corbet) went missing for five hours when he was eight-years-old an event that he remains convinced was the result of alien abduction. In the same small Kansas town teenage hustler Neil McCormick (Joseph Gordon Levitt) is a confused outsider with a promiscuous mother (Elisabeth Shue) and who was abused as a child by his Little League coach (Bill Sage). Locked into their own obsessions both young men pursue a self-destructive path that will lead them towards each other and will result in each of them trying to exorcise the demons of their past. Also starring Michelle Trachtenberg.

  • Funny Games Funny Games | DVD | (28/07/2008) from £9.97  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £9.99

    You brought this on yourself... In this provocative and brutal thriller from director Michael Haneke a vacationing family gets an unexpected visit from two deeply disturbed young men. Their idyllic holiday turns nightmarish as they are subjected to unimaginable terrors as they struggle to stay alive.

  • Martha Marcy May Marlene [DVD] Martha Marcy May Marlene | DVD | (03/06/2013) from £4.95  |  Saving you £13.20 (66.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Martha Marcy May Marlene creates a sense of uneasy suspense within seconds of coming on screen: a young woman, who will be known by all the title names at various times in the movie, is escaping from a rural commune of some sort. And not just a commune, but by the looks of it, a cult--an impression that will grow as Martha flashes back to her experiences once she reaches the safety of her sister's antiseptic country place. It is part of director Sean Durkin's design that we experience the film as Martha's point of view, which means there may be some question about whether she's an emotionally unstable person to begin with or simply in a legitimate terror about the traumatising events that have unfolded for her in recent months. Although the film has one storytelling contrivance (Martha withholds her experiences from her sister, when a little exposition would help matters tremendously), in general Durkin keeps a lid on this simmering situation, and he's got a good compositional eye that only occasionally tips over into preciousness. Sarah Paulson and Hugh Dancy play Martha's complacent but concerned sister and brother-in-law, and John Hawkes (Winter's Bone) is a spellbinder as the commune leader, a manipulator of subtle skill. (With some stories like this, you have a hard time believing cult followers could fall for these creepy charismatics; in this one, Hawkes demonstrates how such things might happen.) The movie's most unexpected and alluring touch is the performance by Elizabeth Olsen, as Martha; this younger sister of the child-star Olsen twins brings a zonked-out centre of gravity to the part. She's got just a bit of blankness, too, which enhances the movie's well-wrought guessing game. --Robert Horton

  • Mysterious Skin Mysterious Skin | DVD | (24/10/2005) from £10.46  |  Saving you £9.53 (47.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    'The summer I was eight years old five hours disappeared from my life. Last thing I remember I was sitting on the bench at my little league game. It started to rain...' When he was eight Brian Lackey woke up in the crawlspace beneath his house with his nose bleeding having no idea how he got there. After that his life is different - he is afraid of the dark wets the bed and is plagued by terrible nightmares. Now 18 Brian believes that he was abducted by aliens. Neil Mc

  • Martha Marcy May Marlene [Blu-ray] Martha Marcy May Marlene | Blu Ray | (28/05/2012) from £10.98  |  Saving you £14.01 (56.10%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Martha Marcy May Marlene creates a sense of uneasy suspense within seconds of coming on screen: a young woman, who will be known by all the title names at various times in the movie, is escaping from a rural commune of some sort. And not just a commune, but by the looks of it, a cult--an impression that will grow as Martha flashes back to her experiences once she reaches the safety of her sister's antiseptic country place. It is part of director Sean Durkin's design that we experience the film as Martha's point of view, which means there may be some question about whether she's an emotionally unstable person to begin with or simply in a legitimate terror about the traumatising events that have unfolded for her in recent months. Although the film has one storytelling contrivance (Martha withholds her experiences from her sister, when a little exposition would help matters tremendously), in general Durkin keeps a lid on this simmering situation, and he's got a good compositional eye that only occasionally tips over into preciousness. Sarah Paulson and Hugh Dancy play Martha's complacent but concerned sister and brother-in-law, and John Hawkes (Winter's Bone) is a spellbinder as the commune leader, a manipulator of subtle skill. (With some stories like this, you have a hard time believing cult followers could fall for these creepy charismatics; in this one, Hawkes demonstrates how such things might happen.) The movie's most unexpected and alluring touch is the performance by Elizabeth Olsen, as Martha; this younger sister of the child-star Olsen twins brings a zonked-out centre of gravity to the part. She's got just a bit of blankness, too, which enhances the movie's well-wrought guessing game. --Robert Horton

  • Martha Marcy May Marlene [Blu-ray] Martha Marcy May Marlene | Blu Ray | (03/06/2013) from £7.45  |  Saving you £17.12 (68.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Martha Marcy May Marlene creates a sense of uneasy suspense within seconds of coming on screen: a young woman, who will be known by all the title names at various times in the movie, is escaping from a rural commune of some sort. And not just a commune, but by the looks of it, a cult--an impression that will grow as Martha flashes back to her experiences once she reaches the safety of her sister's antiseptic country place. It is part of director Sean Durkin's design that we experience the film as Martha's point of view, which means there may be some question about whether she's an emotionally unstable person to begin with or simply in a legitimate terror about the traumatising events that have unfolded for her in recent months. Although the film has one storytelling contrivance (Martha withholds her experiences from her sister, when a little exposition would help matters tremendously), in general Durkin keeps a lid on this simmering situation, and he's got a good compositional eye that only occasionally tips over into preciousness. Sarah Paulson and Hugh Dancy play Martha's complacent but concerned sister and brother-in-law, and John Hawkes (Winter's Bone) is a spellbinder as the commune leader, a manipulator of subtle skill. (With some stories like this, you have a hard time believing cult followers could fall for these creepy charismatics; in this one, Hawkes demonstrates how such things might happen.) The movie's most unexpected and alluring touch is the performance by Elizabeth Olsen, as Martha; this younger sister of the child-star Olsen twins brings a zonked-out centre of gravity to the part. She's got just a bit of blankness, too, which enhances the movie's well-wrought guessing game. --Robert Horton

  • The Thunderbirds (Box Set with Five Toy Rockets) [2004] The Thunderbirds (Box Set with Five Toy Rockets) | DVD | (15/11/2004) from £11.50  |  Saving you £9.74 (39.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Thunderbirds are GO! International Rescue run in secret by the Tracy family and led by Jeff (Bill Paxton) is permamently on standby to offer assistance when accidents and incidents threaten lives across the world. However when the villainous Hood (Ben Kingsley) infiltrates the Tracy's clandestine island base and imprisons most of the family who will rescue the rescuers? It's left to teenage Alan (Brady Corbet) and his similarly young friends to save the day!

  • Funny Games [Blu-ray] Funny Games | Blu Ray | (28/07/2008) from £6.99  |  Saving you £18.00 (72.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    You brought this on yourself... In this provocative and brutal thriller from director Michael Haneke a vacationing family gets an unexpected visit from two deeply disturbed young men. Over one long night their idyllic holiday turns nightmarish as they are subjected to unimaginable terrors and struggle to stay alive. Remade from his own acclaimed 1997 film Funny Games is written and directed by Michael Haneke and stars Naomi Watts Tim Roth Michael Pitt and Brady Corbet.

  • Thunderbirds [DVD] [2004] Thunderbirds | DVD | (15/11/2004) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Based on the cult British television show from the 1960s, THUNDERBIRDS explodes into the 21st Century with this thrilling live-action version of the franchise. Drawing on similar themes and familiar characters, director Jonathan Frakes (STAR TREK: FIRST CONTACT) sticks closely to the spirit of the original show while making use of the new technology available to him 40 years after the program first aired to give the film a modern look. The International Rescue organization--a team of highly organized law enforcers--is the focal point for the movie. International Rescue is based on a remote desert island location, and is called into action whenever the world's sinister masterminds threaten to disturb the balance of society. Jeff Tracy (Bill Paxton) heads up the team, and employs his sons to help him out. Teenager Alan Tracy (Brady Corbet) is a little too young to join, and is constantly frustrated by his lack of opportunity to join the brothers on their missions. But when the evil villain known as The Hood (Ben Kingsley) traps the International Rescue team in outer space, it seems Alan's time has come. The Hood steals one of the many spacecrafts designed by International Rescue, and executes an outlandish scheme to rob the Bank of England. Alan and his pal Fermat (Soren Fulton) attempt the double-whammy of rescuing the trapped family and stopping The Hood, by drawing on help from the sultry detective Lady Penelope (Sophia Myles), her butler Parker (Ron Cook), and a few gadgets and vehicles courtesy of International Rescue. With comic references to the original show scattered liberally throughout the movie, and a sense of fun and adventure, this is a film that should appeal to both old and new fans of these popular crime-fighting characters.

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