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  • Bones Season 12 [DVD] [2017] Bones Season 12 | DVD | (19/06/2017) from £8.65  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    One of television's most beloved crime series draws to a close with even more suspense, fun and sexiness than ever. Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) uncanny forensic skills help resolve even grislier cases, including a retirement home murder, a possible death by robot, and the slaying of a close friend. Along the way, family tragedy strikes and Booth (David Boreanaz) lands in the crosshairs of a serial killer. And a former Jeffersonian accused of murder kidnaps Brennan, prompting a shocking move by Booth. The fascinating storylines, heart and humour of Bones is here in all 12 episodes of the final season.

  • Bones: The Complete Eleventh Season [DVD] Bones: The Complete Eleventh Season | DVD | (07/11/2016) from £8.99  |  Saving you £27.00 (67.50%)  |  RRP £39.99

    The 11th Season of Bones picks up six months later with Booth, Brennan, daughter Christine and the new baby ostensibly living a dream life, a world away from the murder-filled life left behind. But a case with close personal ties to the couple compels Brennan to become involved in the forensic analysis of the remains, and Booth mysteriously goes missing, prompting an FBI investigation into his whereabouts. The worlds of the dead and the undead collide in a special BONES and Sleepy Hollow crossover event where the grisly discovery of human remains leads Brennan and Booth on a hunt for clues and searching for answers of their own. Realizing that they are after the same evidence, they team up to solve the mystery.

  • Bones - Season 9 [DVD] Bones - Season 9 | DVD | (15/09/2014) from £9.99  |  Saving you £30.00 (75.00%)  |  RRP £39.99

    All the episodes from the ninth season of the hit TV show about Temperance Brennan (known as Bones) a highly skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington D.C. When the standard methods of identifying a body are useless (i.e. the remains are too badly decomposed burned or destroyed) law enforcement calls on Brennan for her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim's bones. While most people can't handle Brennan's intelligence her drive for the truth or the way she flings herself headlong into every investigation Booth is an exception. A member of the FBI's Homicide Investigations Unit and a former Army sniper Booth mistrusts science and scientists - the 'squints ' as he calls them - who pore over the physical evidence of a crime. But even he cannot deny that the combination of his people-smarts and Brennan's scientific acumen makes them a formidable duo both professionally and personally.

  • Bones - Season 10 [DVD] Bones - Season 10 | DVD | (12/10/2015) from £9.95  |  Saving you £30.04 (75.10%)  |  RRP £39.99

    As darkly amusing procedural BONES enters its 10th Season forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) and FBI Special Agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) find their professional and personal lives in turmoil after Booth was arrested for the murder of three FBI agents at the end of Season Nine.

  • Angel - Complete Season 1-5 (New Packaging) [DVD] Angel - Complete Season 1-5 (New Packaging) | DVD | (03/10/2011) from £37.58  |  Saving you £82.41 (68.70%)  |  RRP £119.99

    Divine action, Devilish thrills and a killer new look! The continuing blood sucking saga...unleashed again on DVD!Angel, a 240-year old vampire cursed with a conscience, haunts the dark streets of Los Angeles alone. But after he meets a half-demon with mysterious visions, Angel realises his true purpose: to help those in danger with the hope that he may have a chance to redeem himself and save his own soul. With Cordelia and Doyle at his side, he forms Angel Investigations, and is soon joined by Wesley, Gunn, Lorne and Fred. He will need all their expertise to fight the growing forces of evil, and the supernatural law firm of Wolfram and Hart.

  • Bones - Season 1-8 [DVD] Bones - Season 1-8 | DVD | (30/09/2013) from £37.17  |  Saving you £-2.18 (-6.20%)  |  RRP £34.99

    A darkly amusing procedural with humour heart and character featuring Dr. Temperance Brennan a highly skilled forensic anthropologist who works with FBI Agent Seeley Booth on murder investigations when the standard methods of identifying a body are useless. Brennan's special expertise lies in her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim's bones. The series is inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and best-selling novelist Kathy Reichs.

  • Bones - Season 7 [DVD] Bones - Season 7 | DVD | (01/10/2012) from £9.09  |  Saving you £25.90 (74.00%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Bones, a darkly amusing procedural entering its seventh season, is inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist Kathy Reichs.In last season's final episode, Brennan stunned Booth when she revealed the news that she was pregnant with his child. In the Season Seven premiere, we pick up with the new couple well into Brennan's pregnancy. Still seeing the world from radically different perspectives, Booth and Brennan grapple with the issues surrounding the upcoming birth of their child - all while continuing to deal with a series of gruesome and baffling crimes. And this season brings more than a baby. Our team will also have to contend with a nefarious tech-savvy foe who uses his unparalleled skills to challenge Booth, Brennan and the squints to solve a string of murders designed to embarrass and humiliate them.

  • Justice League the New Frontie [Blu-ray] [2017] [Region Free] Justice League the New Frontie | Blu Ray | (30/10/2017) from £9.48  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

  • Bones: Season 1 Bones: Season 1 | DVD | (30/10/2006) from £16.09  |  Saving you £3.40 (8.50%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperence Brennan, who works at the Jeffersonian Institution and writes novels as a sideline, has an uncanny ability to read clues left behind in a victim's bones.

  • Bones: The Flesh and Bones Collection: Seasons 1 to 12 [DVD] Bones: The Flesh and Bones Collection: Seasons 1 to 12 | DVD | (02/10/2017) from £77.55  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Experience this acclaimed, addictive crime series with ALL 12 SEASONS together for the first time plus special features that include the memorable send-off, Back to the Lab: A Bones Retrospective. Forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperance Bones Brennan (Emily Deschanel) has an uncanny ability to solve the FBI's most bizarre, gruesome mysteries. Along with hard-nosed agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz), and the quirky squints (Michaela Conlin, T.J. Thyne, Tamara Taylor, John Francis Daley) at Washington's Jeffersonian Institute, Brennan tackles cases involving everyone from serial killers to senior citizens. As the series unfolds, Brennan and Booth find themselves as deeply in love as they are in danger. With its dark humour, mesmerising plots, celebrated cast and beloved guest stars, Bones is cutting-edge entertainment from its first incision to its final cut.

  • Bones - Series 3 - Complete Bones - Series 3 - Complete | DVD | (17/11/2008) from £10.79  |  Saving you £29.20 (73.00%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Bones is back with Season 3! Forensic anthropologist Dr. Temperence Brennan who works at the Jeffersonian Institution and writes novels as a sideline has an uncanny ability to read clues left behind in a victim's bones. Consequently law enforcement calls her in to assist with murder investigations when the remains are so badly decomposed burned or destroyed that the standard identification methods are useless. Brennan often finds herself teamed with Special Agent Seely Booth (Boreanaz) a former Army sniper who mistrusts science and scientists when it comes to solving crimes...

  • Bones - Season 9 [Blu-ray] Bones - Season 9 | Blu Ray | (20/10/2014) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    All the episodes from the ninth season of the hit TV show about Temperance Brennan (known as Bones) a highly skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington D.C. When the standard methods of identifying a body are useless (i.e. the remains are too badly decomposed burned or destroyed) law enforcement calls on Brennan for her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim's bones. While most people can't handle Brennan's intelligence her drive for the truth or the way she flings herself headlong into every investigation Booth is an exception. A member of the FBI's Homicide Investigations Unit and a former Army sniper Booth mistrusts science and scientists - the 'squints ' as he calls them - who pore over the physical evidence of a crime. But even he cannot deny that the combination of his people-smarts and Brennan's scientific acumen makes them a formidable duo both professionally and personally.

  • Angel: Complete Season 2 Angel: Complete Season 2 | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £15.93  |  Saving you £64.06 (80.10%)  |  RRP £79.99

    It is with this second series that Angel, the darker Los Angeles mean-streets spin-off from Buffy, comes entirely into its own. Angel, the vampire with a soul and rather too much hair gel, is driven partly by his need for atonement and partly by his anger at the manipulations of the satanic law firm Wolfram and Hart, especially the morally equivocal Lindsey (Christian Kane). At the end of the previous season, they set his emotional destruction in motion by bringing back from hell Darla, the vampire who turned him, whom he loved for centuries and then killed to save Buffy. Julie Benz's soft-voiced passion--"God doesn't want you, but I still do"--makes her a perfect tragic foil for David Boreanaz's "billowy coat King of Pain" hero and mid-season offers further cause for Angel's despairing rage at his failure to save Darla from being turned vampire again. There is a nice balance of comedy, horror and the starkly tragic here--fake swamis, accursed shrouds, sexually abused telekinetic assassins all come into the mix along with Angel's gang of sidekicks--pedantic Wesley, abrasive Gunn, flighty clairvoyant Cordelia--and a new and wonderfully improbable character who starts as a running joke and becomes so much more--the Host (Andy Hallett), a green demon with red horns, eyes and hair, who sees into the souls of those who sing karaoke at his bar. And in a four-part finale, the group's friendship with the green karaoke demon Lorne sends them off to his home dimension to rescue Cordelia, right wrongs and acquire an important new character. On the DVD: Angel, Season 2 on disc presents all the episodes in their original 16x9 widescreen format (2.35:1), which enables viewers to see shots as they were originally conceived, for example in impressive moments like the march of the four vampires through a burning Shanghai or the climaxes of the mediaeval Pylea sequence. The sound is a sumptuous Dolby Surround 2.0. The first Pylea episode, "Over the Rainbow", has a commentary by its director Fred Keller; the 1959 flashback episode "Are You Now or Have You Ever Been?" has a commentary by writer Tim Minnear. There are also featurettes on the set designs--specifically concentrating on the huge hotel set which dominates Season 2. --Roz Kaveney

  • Bones - Season 5 [DVD] Bones - Season 5 | DVD | (18/10/2010) from £9.09  |  Saving you £30.90 (77.30%)  |  RRP £39.99

    From executive producers Hart Hanson Barry Josephson and Stephen Nathan comes the fifth exciting season of Bones a darkly amusing procedural with humor heart and character inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist Kathy Reichs. As Season Five begins Booth and Brennan contend with the emotional fallout resulting from the sea-change in their relationship brought about by events at the end of last season: Brennan's request to have Booth father her child as well as the strange profound - almost psychic - link they shared during Booth's coma which left both of them wondering what thoughts and emotions the other is experiencing. While Booth endeavors to come to grips with these unleashed emotions Brennan insists the two of them focus their attention and energy on their main job: catching murderers that no one else can catch.

  • Angel - Season 2 (New Packaging) [DVD] Angel - Season 2 (New Packaging) | DVD | (03/10/2011) from £9.09  |  Saving you £18.90 (67.50%)  |  RRP £27.99

    The second season of Angel saw the cult vampire show finally stand on its own from Buffy the Vampire Slayer, assembling all the members of the show's core cast, transferring the action to a fashionably run-down L.A. hotel, and bringing in a few Buffy characters from Angel's history to further establish the moody vampire's own mythology. Moving their Angel Investigations to posher digs, Angel (David Boreanaz), Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), and Wesley (Alexis Denisof) were soon joined by street fighter (J. August Richards)?-and by street fighter, of course we mean demon street fighter. But just as this group was solidifying, up popped Angel's old love, Darla (the fantastic Julie Benz), freshly arrived in L.A. from a hell dimension? just in time to be turned into a vampire again by her old cohort, Drusilla (Juliet Landau), and lure Angel into abandoning his newly formed team. It was the best and worst of times for Angel in its second year, for while the basis was being set for the show's stellar third and fourth seasons, dramatic tension was diluted by Angel's going solo and the necessary (but plot-debilitating) flashbacks to various points in Angel's history. However, just when it seemed everything was about to fly out the window, Angel's creative team threw its characters for a loop--literally--by transporting them to the demon dimension of Pylea, a medieval-style fantasyland populated by monsters and humans alike. It shouldn't have worked, as hokey as it was... but it did, thanks to crack storytelling, sharp dialogue, and the sheer joy the actors unleashed, especially the gifted and fiendishly funny Carpenter. The second half of the season also saw the addition of two of Angel's best characters: the horned Lorne (Andy Hallett), a green demon with a penchant for karaoke, and Fred (Amy Acker), a physicist trapped in Pylea who helped the gang engineer their escape. With these two in tow, Angel began to soar. --Mark Englehart

  • Bones - Season 8 [DVD] Bones - Season 8 | DVD | (30/09/2013) from £9.09  |  Saving you £30.90 (77.30%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Bones returns for a dramatic 8th season with more twists and turns than before! Bones is inspired by real-life forensic anthropologist and novelist Kathy Reichs. Dr. Temperance Brennan (Emily Deschanel) is a highly skilled forensic anthropologist who works at the Jeffersonian Institute in Washington, D.C., and writes novels on the side. When the standard methods of identifying a body are useless (when the remains are so badly decomposed, burned or destroyed), law enforcement calls on Brennan for her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim's bones. While most people can't handle Brennan's intelligence, her drive for the truth or the way she flings herself headlong into every investigation, Special agent Seeley Booth (David Boreanaz) of the FBI's Homicide Investigations Unit is an exception. A former Army sniper, Booth mistrusts science and scientists - the squints, as he calls them - who pore over the physical evidence of a crime. But even he cannot deny that the combination of his people-smarts and Brennan's scientific acumen makes them a formidable duo. Season Eight will begin with Brennan on the run with her father Max (guest star Ryan O'Neal) as a fugitive both from the law and serial killer Pelant, while Booth is restricted to administrative duties at the FBI. In addition, Sweets has been removed from the case, as has Federal Prosecuting Attorney Caroline Julian (guest star Patricia Belcher). What's more, due to Pelant's technical savvy, Booth and Brennan will communicate with each other in only the most rudimentary ways, not only to try to prove Brennan's innocence but - with the help of Cam, Hodgins, and Angela - to place the blame where it belongs, on the murderous Pelant.

  • Angel: Complete Season 1 Angel: Complete Season 1 | DVD | (18/10/2004) from £7.95  |  Saving you £54.04 (67.60%)  |  RRP £79.99

    Taking the Spin-off genre to the extreme, Angel attempts to replicate the success of Buffy by taking the heartthrob as the lead. Spin-off shows rarely match the success of their parent programmes, especially in the superhero/fantasy genre (cf. The Girl From UNCLE, The Bionic Woman, The Green Hornet--Frasier being the notable exception). Characters who were perfectly useful as supporting figures dwindle when forced in the spotlight, and Angel takes a special risk by building an entire series around a character who is: (a) supposed to be a mystery man; (b) a vampire who once spent half a season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer as a dastardly villain who killed without remorse; and (c) played by David Boreanaz, who is well up on handsome and broody but still can't do an Irish accent to save his life and is visibly learning this acting lark as the series progresses. The premise is that Angel, the vampire with a soul, has finally admitted he'll never get it together with Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar), unless a reunion crossover episode or two are scheduled. He moves to Los Angeles, a city haunted not only by demons and vampires but lawyers and agents. Angel sets up as a private investigator and solves cases with a supernatural aspect, partnered with Doyle (Glenn Quinn), a half-demon with a proper Irish accent and the useful psychic ability to know when someone is in trouble (thereby predicting any given week's plot), and Cordelia (Charisma Carpenter), another Buffy refugee here trying to reinvent herself as a struggling big-city single girl. Far less consistent than its parent show, but also not saddled with quite so much of a continuing story arc, Angel has a very different feel, cued by its effective semi-Goth violin theme tune and lots of film noir-ish LA street scenes, with a dose of cynical inside-the-entertainment-industry stuff. It has its share of familiar ideas (such as a Fight Club episode) and simply daft premises (a demon-centred show which allegorises the debate about female circumcision , for example). Angel alienated a lot of initial fans by killing off its most appealing regular a third of the way into the run, dusting off hideous English comic stereotype Wesley the Watcher (Alex Denisof) as a replacement. However, it also comes up with some ingenious moments: in a two-parter guest-starring sometime Buffy villainess Faith (Eliza Dushku), the show finally delivers something scary and emotionally powerful as Angel proves he can solve cases his ex-girlfriend can't. Meanwhile, the last couple of episodes--which beef up a satanic law firm as regular foes and resurrect a long-dead character as a major troublemaker for the future--go from promising to delivering. --Kim NewmanOn the DVD: the DVD set is only moderately generous with features, compared to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer series DVDs. There are two episodes with commentaries--creators Joss Whedon and David Greenwalt discussing the series' genesis and "City Of ". Added to this Jane Espenson, the resident queen of farce, talks us through the haunted apartment episode "Rm w/a Vu". Also included are four featurettes--introductions to the characters of Angel and Cordelia, a series one overview and a discussion of the show's demons--scripts for the two Faith episodes, cast biographies and a gallery of stills and blue-prints. Most importantly, given the way Angel was butchered by Channel 4 for an inappropriately early time slot, the show's violence and strong language are offered uncut. Presented in English and French Dolby Surround Sound 2.0 and with an aspect ratio of approx 1.33:1 --Roz Kaveney

  • Bones - Season 1-7 [DVD] Bones - Season 1-7 | DVD | (01/10/2012) from £52.09  |  Saving you £77.90 (59.90%)  |  RRP £129.99

    The smash-hit show that mixes mystery, stunning storylines and the most cryptic of cases with a big dose of dark and quirky humour. Fast-talking FBI Agent Steeley Booth (David Boreanaz) joins forces with brilliant yet introverted scientist Dr. Temperence Bones Brennan (Emily Deschanel) as they lead a team of elite oddballs through some of the weirdest cases known to man. With Booth's infallible instincts and Brennan's uncanny insights they form the perfect partnership - if only they can ignore their own chemistry!

  • Bones - Season 6 [DVD] Bones - Season 6 | DVD | (17/10/2011) from £9.09  |  Saving you £30.90 (77.30%)  |  RRP £39.99

    A darkly amusing procedural centred on a highly skilled forensic anthropologist whose expertise lies in her uncanny ability to read clues left behind in the victim's bones. She partners with an FBI agent on murder investigations when the standard methods of identifying a body are useless. Last season Booth revealed his true feelings to Brennan who told him she was not able to reciprocate so he decided he needed to move on. In the emotional season finale Brennan Booth and the team each decided to take on new challenges in their lives with Brennan and Booth both leaving Washington D.C. for life-changing experiences and vowing to reunite one year later. As Season Six begins Cam finds her job as a federal medical examiner and her reputation in danger due to the politics surrounding a stalled case involving the remains of a child on her pathology table. One by one the team members come home in order to solve the mystery behind the child's death and to preserve the reputation of one of their own. Also this season Booth has moved on emotionally as he told Brennan he needed to do and has entered into a serious relationship with a war correspondent.

  • Angel: Complete Season 5 Angel: Complete Season 5 | DVD | (21/02/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £79.99

    Lives were upended--and some co-opted--in the fifth and final season of Angel, as the denizens of Angel Investigations found themselves taking on one of their scariest endeavors ever: corporate life. After making a literal deal with the devil (or something distinctly devil-like), Angel (David Boreanaz) moved his team from their crumbling hotel to the high-rise digs of law-firm-from-hell Wolfram & Hart, his reasoning being they could better fight the forces of evil from the inside, and with more resources to boot. Clever maneuvering or easy rationalization? A few members of Angel's team accused him of selling out (as did a number of viewers), but as with most of the show's previous four seasons, Angel somehow took a dubious premise and mined it for gold. And with one core cast member gone (Charisma Carpenter, whose Cordelia was immersed in a deep coma), it seemed as if the show, from within and without, would suddenly fall apart--that is, until Angel's longtime nemesis Spike (James Marsters) showed up, fresh from his sacrificial roasting at the series finale of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Let the vampire games begin! With Buffy off the air, fans flocked to Angel's last season to get their fix of Joss Whedon's "Buffyverse" in any form they could, and the addition of Spike was a shrewd one, albeit not enough to keep the show from getting canceled. And for the first half of the season, the creative forces behind the show seemed to be toying ruthlessly with the audience. Spike was around, but not entirely corporeal; Angel himself became sullen and withdrawn; and most horrifically, sweetheart scientist Fred (Amy Acker) and former watcher Wesley (Alexis Denisof) underwent traumas that would test even the most devoted viewer. However, just when you'd be about to throw in the towel, things started changing for the better--Spike became a permanent fixture (both in the flesh and on the show), Angel's secret motives were revealed, and the introduction of demon warrior Illyria, who proved to be the show's answer to Buffy's sardonic demon-made-human Anya, was a welcome breath of fresh air. Creatively, Angel also came up with some of its best episodes, including "Smile Time" (where Angel is turned into a puppet – really!) and "You're Welcome" (the show's 100th episode, which marked the bittersweet return of Carpenter's Cordelia). The ending of the series was deliberately ambiguous, and not everyone made it through alive, but in going out kicking, it was a proper sendoff for a show that always fought the good fight. --Mark Englehart

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