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John Saxon: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

  • Beverly Hills Cop: Triple Feature [Blu-ray] Beverly Hills Cop: Triple Feature | Blu Ray | (05/11/2013) from £9.09  |  Saving you £30.90 (77.30%)  |  RRP £39.99

    <strong>Beverly Hills Cop:</strong> (1984) The heat is on in this fast-paced action-comedy starring Eddie Murphy as Axel Foley, a street-smart Detroit cop tracking down his best friend's killer in Beverly Hills. Axel quickly learns that his wild style doesn't fit in with the Beverly Hills Police Department, which assigns two officers (Judge Reinhold & John Ashton) to make sure things don't get out of hand. Dragging the stuffy detectives along for the ride, Axel smashes through a huge culture...

  • Enter The Dragon [1973] Enter The Dragon | DVD | (08/10/2001) from £4.89  |  Saving you £9.10 (65.00%)  |  RRP £13.99

    The last film completed by Bruce Lee before his untimely death, Enter the Dragon was his entr&eacute;e into Hollywood. The American-Hong Kong co-production, shot in Asia by American director Robert Clouse, stars Lee as a British agent sent to infiltrate the criminal empire of bloodthirsty Asian crime lord Han (Shih Kien) through his annual international martial arts tournament. Lee spends his days taking on tournament combatants and nights breaking into the heavily guarded underground fortress, kicking the living tar out of anyone who stands in his way. The mix of kung fu fighting (choreographed by Lee himself) and James Bond intrigue (the plot has more than a passing resemblance to Dr. No) is pulpy by any standard, but the generous budget and talented cast of world-class martial artists puts this film in a category well above Lee's primitive Hong Kong productions. Unfortunately he's off the screen for large chunks of time as American maverick competitors (and champion martial artists) John Saxon and Jim Kelly take centre stage, but once the fighting starts Lee takes over. The tournament setting provides an ample display of martial arts mastery of many styles and climaxes with a huge free-for-all, but the highlight is Lee's brutal one-on-one with the claw-fisted Han in the dynamic hall-of-mirrors battle. Lee narrows his eyes and tenses into a wiry force of sinew, speed and ruthless determination. -- Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

  • Enter The Dragon [Blu-ray] [1973] Enter The Dragon | Blu Ray | (02/07/2007) from £6.99  |  Saving you £18.00 (72.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    The Legendary Bruce Lee. Unknown in 1971. Two years later an international cult hero and twenty years on still remembered as the star of the biggest martial arts epic ever filmed - Enter The Dragon. Enter The Dragon takes Lee into the island fortress of a warlord of crime Han who carries on his opium smuggling and prostitution activities under the disguise of a martial arts academy. Determined to avenge the death of his sister Lee penetrates Han's Stronghold and enters the brutal martial arts tournament Han is staging. Then follows a visual feast of spectacular martial arts matches that combine skills in Karate Judo Tae Kwon Do Tai Chi Chuan and Hap Ki Do. Bruce Lee staged these fighting sequences himself demonstrating experienced awareness of film rhythm and dramatic timing as well as mastery of the martial arts that made him famous.

  • Nightmare on Elm Street [DVD] Nightmare on Elm Street | DVD | (27/09/2010) from £4.99  |  Saving you £3.00 (37.50%)  |  RRP £7.99

    From modern horror master Wes Craven comes a timeless shocker that remains the standard bearer for terror. Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) is having grisly nightmares. Meanwhile her high-school friends who are having the very same dreams are being slaughtered in their sleep by the hideous fiend of their shared nightmares. When the police ignore her explanation she herself must confront the killer in his shadowy realm. Featuring John Saxon with Johnny Depp in his first starring role and mind-bending special effects this horror classic gave birth to one of the most infamous undead villains in cinematic history: Freddy Krueger...

  • Nightmare on Elm Street [Blu-ray] Nightmare on Elm Street | Blu Ray | (27/09/2010) from £6.99  |  Saving you £11.00 (61.10%)  |  RRP £17.99

    From modern horror master Wes Craven comes a timeless shocker that remains the standard bearer for terror. Nancy (Heather Langenkamp) is having grisly nightmares. Meanwhile her high-school friends who are having the very same dreams are being slaughtered in their sleep by the hideous fiend of their shared nightmares. When the police ignore her explanation she herself must confront the killer in his shadowy realm. Featuring John Saxon with Johnny Depp in his first starring role and mind-bending special effects this horror classic gave birth to one of the most infamous undead villains in cinematic history: Freddy Krueger...

  • Tenebrae [Blu-ray] Tenebrae | Blu Ray | (24/07/2017) from £10.59  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Terror Beyond Belief! A notorious horror classic returns in all its depraved glory. This infamous video nasty updated the classic Giallo blueprint for the gorified 80s, courting controversy and drenching the viewer in crimson arterial spray. A razor-wielding psycho is stalking the horror writer Peter Neal, in Rome to promote his latest work, Tenebre. But the author isn t the obsessive killer s only target, the beautiful women who surround him are doomed as one by one, they fall victim to the murderer s slashing blade... Will fiction and reality blur as fear and madness take hold? Watch in terror as by turns the cast fall victim to the sadistic imagination of Dario Argento, Italy s master of horror.

  • Black Christmas [1974] Black Christmas | DVD | (04/12/2006) from £7.99  |  Saving you £-3.96 (-44.00%)  |  RRP £8.99

    The few remaining residents of a Canadian sorority house are celebrating the onset of Christmas vacation when a thirteen year-old girl is found dead in the park. Soon it is discovered that one of the sorority sisters is missing which triggers a terrifying chain of murders within the house... Director Bob Clark's tense effective film is a precursor to the 'slasher' films Friday 13th and Halloween that would come a half decade later.

  • Joe Kidd [Blu-ray] Joe Kidd | Blu Ray | (09/09/2016) from £4.69  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Clint Eastwood's stardom was supernova, thanks to Dirty Harry; John Sturges, the man behind The Magnificent Seven and a dozen other memorably leathery Westerns, was directing; and Elmore Leonard was the screenwriter. It just goes to show. Joe Kidd is a muddle and a drag, the shoddiest Eastwood vehicle since Rowdy Yates trod in his last cow flop. Kidd, first seen as a duded-up drunk sleeping one off in jail, is supposed to be a horse rancher and an expert tracker--just the fellow a rapacious land-grabber (Robert Duvall committing lazy villainy) needs to chase down the uppity Latino (John Saxon) who's trying to reclaim the grabbed land for its rightful owners. Neither the characters nor the overland pursuit makes any sense, thanks to chasms in the continuity and no direction to speak of. An absurdly arbitrary assault-by-locomotive provides the climax; as Eastwood observed, "Jesus, anything at this point--let's end it." --Richard T. Jameson

  • The Girl Who Knew Too Much [Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD] The Girl Who Knew Too Much | Blu Ray | (17/11/2014) from £10.59  |  Saving you £9.40 (47.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    With a nod to Hitchcock and a wink in the direction of Agatha Christie The Girl Who Knew Too Much inadvertently created a genre that would dominate Italian cinema for years to come: the giallo. A young American secretary with a taste for lurid paperbacks witnesses a murder whilst visiting Rome - or does she? Nobody will believe her but she appears to have stumbled upon the work of a serial killer active ten years earlier. The victims' surnames began A B and C... and hers begins with the letter D! Starring the striking Let&amp;iacute;cia Rom&amp;aacute;n and John Saxon (Enter the Dragon Tenebrae A Nightmare on Elm Street) The Girl Who Knew Too Much is presented in both its original Italian version and the longer US cut entitled Evil Eye that was re-edited and re-scored by American International Pictures. Special Features: High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation of two versions of the film: The Girl Who Knew Too Much - the original Italian version; and Evil Eye - the re-edited and re-scored US version prepared by American International Pictures Original uncompressed 2.0 mono PCM audio for both versions Optional English subtitles for The Girl Who Knew Too Much Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for Evil Eye Audio commentary by Mario Bava's biographer Tim Lucas Introduction by writer and critic Alan Jones All About the Girl - Filmmakers Luigi Cozzi (The Killer Must Kill Again) and Richard Stanley (Dust Devil) alongside authors Alan Jones (Profondo Argento) and Mikel Koven (La Dolce Morte) reflect on Mario Bava's classic giallo International trailer US trailer Reversible Sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Graham Humphreys Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Kier-La Janisse.

  • Cannibal Apocalypse [1980] Cannibal Apocalypse | DVD | (30/05/2005) from £4.99  |  Saving you £5.05 (31.60%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The horrors of war take on a whole new meaning for Vietnam vet Norman Hopper (John Saxon) whose quiet domestic life in Atlanta is shattered by the return of Charlie Bukowski a combat buddy who dredges up terrifying flashbacks of flesh eating and bloodshed in the war-torn jungles. Now on the run from the law Charlie begs Norman to help him get out of town with another fellow veteran Tom (Tony King). Soon the ragtag team of cannibals are fighting for their lives spreading a deadl

  • Tenebrae [Blu-ray] Tenebrae | Blu Ray | (19/01/2015) from £8.69  |  Saving you £11.24 (56.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Terror Beyond Belief! A notorious horror classic returns in all its depraved glory. This infamous video nasty updated the classic Giallo blueprint for the gorified 80s courting controversy and drenching the viewer in crimson arterial spray. A razor-wielding psycho is stalking the horror writer Peter Neal in Rome to promote his latest work Tenebre. But the author isn&amp;rsquo;t the obsessive killer&amp;rsquo;s only target the beautiful women who surround him are doomed as one by one they fall victim to the murderer&amp;rsquo;s slashing blade&amp;hellip; Will fiction and reality blur as fear and madness take hold? Watch in terror as by turns the cast fall victim to the sadistic imagination of Dario Argento Italy&amp;rsquo;s master of horror. Bonus Features: Newly remastered High Definition digital transfer of the film Presented in High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD Optional original English &amp;amp; Italian Mono Audio tracks (uncompressed PCM Mono 2.0 Audio on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles for Italian audio and English SDH subtitles for English audio for the deaf and hard of hearing Audio Commentary with authors and critics Kim Newman and Alan Jones Audio Commentary with Argento expert Thomas Rostock Introduction by star Daria Nicolodi The Unsane World of Tenebrae: An interview with director Dario Argento Screaming Queen! Daria Nicolodi remembers Tenebrae A Composition for Carnage: Composer Claudio Simonetti on Tenebrae Goblin: &amp;lsquo;Tenebrae&amp;rsquo; and &amp;lsquo;Phenomena&amp;rsquo; Live from the Glasgow Arches Brand new interview with Maitland McDonagh author of Broken Mirrors/Broken Minds: The Dark Dreams of Dario Argento Original Trailer Reversible Sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Gilles Vranckx Exclusive collector&amp;rsquo;s booklet featuring writing on the film by Alan Jones author of Profondo Argento an interview with cinematographer Luciano Tovoli and an appreciation of the film by director Peter Strickland illustrated with original posters and lobby cards

  • Black Christmas (Dual Format Edition) [Blu-ray] Black Christmas (Dual Format Edition) | Blu Ray | (20/11/2017) from £10.00  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    You may never have heard of Black Christmas, a neglected gem from 1974, but you've probably seen one of its many imitators. Olivia Hussey and Margot Kidder star as two residents of a sorority house that is emptying out as Christmas approaches. The atmosphere is jolly and carefree, except for an ongoing series of menacing telephone calls, and, oh yes, we've just seen someone climb into the attic with apparent ill intent. Kidder does some scene-stealing as the bad girl, Hussey illustrates one of the downsides to having beautiful long 70s hair and Keir Dullea does a nice turn as the creepy boyfriend. Director Robert Clark knows that the unseen is far scarier than what can be seen and he ratchets up the tension beautifully, making good use of ominous shadows, and putting in nice touches such as replacing the sound of a distraught woman's scream with the piercing ring of yet another ominous phone call. This is a terrific, well-made little movie that is genuinely sleep-with-the-lights-on scary. Don't miss it. --Ali Davis

  • A Nightmare On Elm Street [1984] A Nightmare On Elm Street | DVD | (25/06/2001) from £4.84  |  Saving you £11.67 (58.40%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Nightmare on Elm Street is the only Elm street film that falls into the "really scary" category. A dead murderer returns in the dreams of the children of his old enemies, and torments them. Wes Craven tamps down the humour that would overtake the films and goes all out for shivers. There are several memorably surreal horror sequences involving tongued telephones and bottomless baths as Craven's unhealthy imagination runs riot. With Heather Langenkamp as the plucky Nancy, John Saxon and Ronee Blakely as her dim bulb parents, Amanda Wyss and young Johnny Depp as teen victims, and Robert Englund as "Fred" Krueger. -- Kim Newman

  • Beverly Hills Cop 3 [1994] Beverly Hills Cop 3 | DVD | (13/05/2002) from £4.00  |  Saving you £11.99 (75.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Axel Foley (Eddie Murphy) journeys back to Beverly Hills for a real roller coaster thrill ride at the Wonderworld amusement park. Joined by old pals Billy Rosewood (Judge Reinhold) and Serge (Bronson Pinchot) Axel becomes the hottest new attraction as he chases down the bad guys on the rides through the shows and in the underground maze beneath the park. Beverly Hills Cop III is a wild funny action comedy that will have you hooked for the whole ride!

  • The Unforgiven [1959] The Unforgiven | DVD | (01/03/2004) from £3.98  |  Saving you £7.00 (53.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    No relation to the 1992 Clint Eastwood film of almost the same name, 1959's The Unforgiven is based--like John Ford's The Searchers--on a novel by Alan LeMay. Again the story focuses on a frontier family divided by racism. But instead of the complex, endlessly resonant demonology of the Ford picture, here John Huston aims for a pat, civil-rights-era allegory of loving solidarity triumphing over societal prejudice--and, to be sure, some noble but dangerous Kiowas. Burt Lancaster and Audrey Hepburn costar as, respectively, the eldest son of a ranching family and the beloved sister who's not his sister at all, but an Indian. However, the film's dark heart belongs to Joseph Wiseman as an avenging ghost who materialises out of the wind and Lillian Gish as the matriarch who will do whatever she must to protect her clan. --Richard T Jameson

  • Enter The Dragon / Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey [1973] Enter The Dragon / Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey | DVD | (08/10/2001) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £35.99

    For the first time in 28 years Enter The Dragon is available for viewing uncut with every martial arts moment restored to its full glory. Enter The Dragon takes Lee to the island fortress of a criminal warlord called Han whose martial arts academy covers up opium-smuggling and prostitution activities. To avenge the death of his sister Lee infiltrates the stronghold and enters Han's brutal martial arts tournament - a breathtaking visual feast of competitions fusing skills in Kung Fu

  • Tenebrae [DVD] Tenebrae | DVD | (24/07/2017) from £7.49  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    After several excursions into supernatural horror, Dario Argento returned to the homicidal frenzy that made his reputation with this mystery that plays more like a grown-up slasher movie than a detective thriller. Anthony Franciosa stars as Peter Neal, a best-selling horror novelist whose promotional tour in Italy takes a terrible turn when a mysterious killer recreates the brutal murders from his book with real-life victims. The first to die are so-called "deviants", Neal's own friends and finally there comes a promise that the author himself is next on the list. Columbo it ain't, but Argento has always been more concerned with style than story and his execution of the crimes is pure cinematic bravura. From the simple beauty of a straight razor shattering a light bulb (the camera catches the red-hot filament slowly blacking out) to an ambitious crane shot that creeps up and over the sides of a house under siege in a voyeuristic survey that would make Hitchcock proud, Argento turns the art of murder into a stylish spectacle. He even lets his kinkier side show with flashbacks of an adolescent boy and a teasing dominatrix in red stiletto heels that become a key motif of the film. The objects of Argento's homicidal tendencies are traditionally lovely, scantily clad Italian beauties, and with self-deprecating humour he even inserts a scene in which Neal is taken to task for the misogynist violence of his stories--an accusation Argento himself has weathered for years. --Sean Axmaker

  • Enter The Dragon (Special Edition) [1973] Enter The Dragon (Special Edition) | DVD | (02/08/2004) from £8.17  |  Saving you £7.82 (48.90%)  |  RRP £15.99

    The Legendary Bruce Lee. Unknown in 1971. Two years later an international cult hero and more than twenty years on still remembered as the star of the biggest martial arts epic ever filmed - ""Enter The Dragon."" ""Enter The Dragon"" takes Lee into the island fortress of a warlord of crime Han who carries on his opium smuggling and prostitution activities under the disguise of a martial arts academy. Determined to avenge the death of his sister Lee penetrates Han's Stronghold and en

  • The Nightmare On Elm Street Collection (Five Disc Box Set) The Nightmare On Elm Street Collection (Five Disc Box Set) | DVD | (25/06/2001) from £36.99  |  Saving you £17.00 (31.50%)  |  RRP £53.99

    The flagship horror film series of the second half of the 1980s was the Elm Street cycle, inaugurated in 1984 by Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street. A low-budget, high-imagination effort, the film revived the moribund teenage slasher genre by adding a fantastical premise (just as Craven's Scream would do 10 years later) playing post-modern games. A ghost story about a murdered murderer who can haunt the night terrors of the children of the mob who burned him to death, A Nightmare on Elm Street is the ultimate instance of horror taking its tone from a bad dream. The fact that the monster's powers are irrational is the film's greatest strength rather than a script weakness. Freddy Krueger, who was just plain Fred to start with, is the 80s monster par excellence, a razor-fingered, scarfaced pervert in a hideous jumper and battered hat, lurking in the shadows of the unconscious from which he emerged rather too often in the follow-ups. Craven made him scary, but the directors who followed treated him as the star and he gradually became a ridiculous, comic creation, more tiresome than terrifying. The sequels are what they are: none aspire to the status of the original, though A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors is a rip-roaring fantasy adventure that always pleases, and even the weakest entries (2 and 5) have their moments. From 3 onwards, the dreams become showpieces for the effects men, which makes for sequences at once startling and silly, but sadly bereft of the power to chill. As the 80s recede into the stuff of nostalgia television, other aspects of the series seem more prominent: like a parade of the ghastliest haircuts ever worn by human teenagers (Johnny Depp's cockatoo pompadour or the roach-girl's fluffy perm in 4 as the worst offenders) and several soundtrack album's worth of bland MTV tie-in pop music that never manages to be as memorable as the simple, nursery rhyme theme carried over movies.-- Kim Newman DVD extras. The most desirable add-on feature is a lively, informative commentary track on the original film, with contributions from Wes Craven Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon and cinematographer Jacques Haitkin; this was recorded for a US laserdisc release, and it's a shame that we don't get the outtakes and deleted scenes present on that version. Otherwise, it's the usual trailers, animated menus (all very imaginative) and cast and crew bios (with odd omissions - Nick Corri rates a write-up, but not Johnny Depp), and music videos keyed into sequels three to five, with clips from the films inter-cut with lousy rock and/or rap. A nice gimmick on all the discs is a "jump straight to a nightmare" feature, allowing instant access to the gruesome effects set-piece of your choice. All the discs are good-looking widescreen transfers, with rich sound and optional English sub-titles. Among the most notably absent extras, of course, are the sixth and seventh films, Rachel Talalay's Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare and, most importantly, Wes Craven's New Nightmare. -- Kim Newman

  • The Cynic, The Rat And The Fist [Blu-ray] The Cynic, The Rat And The Fist | Blu Ray | (05/12/2016) from £10.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Umberto Lenzi directs this action-packed Italian crime thriller. After escaping from prison, rising criminal Luigi 'Chinaman' Maietto (Tomas Milian) orders a hit on Inspector Tanzi (Maurizio Merli) who put him behind bars. Unfortunately for him, Tanzi survives and vows to do all he can to return Maietto to the prison where he belongs. But if he is to catch him, Tanzi must work outside the law when he denies his superior's request to go into hiding, instead preferring to catch Maietto himself.

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