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  • Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series [DVD] Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series | DVD | (04/12/2017) from £20.01  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A quarter century after revolutionizing television, Twin Peaks returns. Expanding the world you thought you knew, this limited event series takes you places wonderful, strange and farther out. This DVD collection includes all 18 parts of the Showtime series, plus a wealth of exclusive, behind-the-scenes special features that will show you what's behind the red curtain and the making of this extraordinary television event. Features: Series Promos Twin Peaks: Phenomenon (Featurettes) Comic-Con 2017: Twin Peaks Panel Rancho Rosa Logos Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery The Man with the Gray Elevated Hair Tell It Martin Two Blue Balls The Number of Completion Bad Binoculars See You On The Other Side Dear Friend Do Not Pick Up Hitchhikers A Bloody Finger In Your Mouth The Polish Accountant A Pot of Boiling Oil

  • Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series (Slipcase Version) [Blu-ray] [2017] Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series (Slipcase Version) | Blu Ray | (11/12/2017) from £34.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A quarter century after revolutionizing television, Twin Peaks returns. Expanding the world you thought you knew, this limited event series takes you places wonderful, strange and farther out. This Blu-ray collection includes all 18 parts of the Showtime series, plus a wealth of exclusive, behind-the-scenes special features that will show you what's behind the red curtain and the making of this extraordinary television event. Bonus Features Series Promos Twin Peaks: Phenomenon (Featurettes) Comic-Con 2017: Twin Peaks Panel A Very Lovely Dream: One Week in Twin Peaks Richard Beymer Films Rancho Rosa Logos Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery The Man with the Gray Elevated Hair Tell It Martin Two Blue Balls The Number of Completion Bad Binoculars See You On The Other Side Dear Friend Do Not Pick Up Hitchhikers A Bloody Finger In Your Mouth The Polish Accountant A Pot of Boiling Oil

  • David Lynch Box Set [DVD] David Lynch Box Set | DVD | (04/06/2012) from £10.09  |  Saving you £4.91 (32.70%)  |  RRP £15

    Referred to as the most important filmmaker of the current era by The Guardian, David Lynch has carved out a stunning portfolio of work investigating the dark and seedy side of human nature with a delicious sense of black humour. Bringing together six of his most well-known films on DVD for the very first time, this boxset also includes several of Lunch's most famous short films, experimental films, rare interviews, documentaries, outtakes and more.Eraserhead (1977)Henry Spencer tries to survive his industrial environment, his angry girlfriend, and the unbearable screams of his newly born mutant child.Dune (1984)In the distant future, a man appears who may be the prophet that a long-suffering galaxy has been waiting for.Blue Velvet (1986)After finding a severed human ear in a field, a young man soon discovers a sinister underworld lying just beneath his idyllic suburban home town.Wild At Heart (1990)Young lovers Sailor and Lula run from the variety of weirdos that Lula's mom has hired to kill Sailor.Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me (1992)A young FBI agent disappears while investigating a murder miles from Twin Peaks that may be related to the future murder of Laura Palmer; the last week of the life of Laura Palmer is chronicled.Lost Highway (1997)After a bizarre encounter at a party, a jazz saxophonist is framed for the murder of his wife and sent to prison, where he inexplicably morphs into a young mechanic and begins leading a new life.

  • Twin Peaks - Definitive Gold Box Edition (Slimline Packaging) [DVD] Twin Peaks - Definitive Gold Box Edition (Slimline Packaging) | DVD | (12/11/2012) from £9.95  |  Saving you £1.05 (9.50%)  |  RRP £11

    Lose yourself in David Lynch and Mark Frost's murder mystery-soap opera, which unfolds, in one character's words, like a beautiful dream and terrible nightmare all at once. Season 1Twin Peaks devotees, who have kept the mystery alive on myriad Web sites, will jump at the chance to return to the spooky town that might just be the anti-Mayberry. Rarely syndicated, the Twin Peaks television series has lost none of its quirky and queasy power to get under your skin and haunt your dreams. So brew up a pot of some damn fine coffee, dig into some cherry pie, and lose yourself in David Lynch and Mark Frost's murder mystery and soap opera, which unfolds, in one character's words, like a beautiful dream and terrible nightmare all at once. Twin Peaks was a pop culture phenomenon for one season at least, until the increasingly bizarre twists and maddening teases so confounded audiences that they lost interest in just who killed Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). This series was a career peak for most of its eclectic ensemble cast, including Kyle MacLachlan as straight-arrow FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, Michael Ontkean as local Sheriff Harry S. Truman, Sherilyn Fenn as bad girl Audrey Horne, Peggy Lipton as waitress Norma Jennings, and Catherine Coulson as the Log Lady. Alumni enjoying current success include Lara Flynn Boyle (The Practice), as good girl Donna Hayward, and Miguel Ferrer (Crossing Jordan), hilarious as forensics expert Albert Rosenfield (who has absolutely no social niceties). -Donald Liebenson Season 2Don't search for all the answers at once, says a giant appearing to FBI Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) in a vision. A path is formed by laying one stone at a time. In Twin Peaks, that's easier said than done. Over the course of two seasons, that path went nowhere and everywhere. Bureau guidelines, deductive technique, Tibetan method, and luck don't cut it here. It also takes a little magic, which is what makes David Lynch and Mark Frost's bracingly original serial drama one of TV's ultimate trips, and still the stuff that fever dreams are made of. With the DVD release of season 2, die-hard Peakers can rekindle their obsession with this macabre, maddening, sinister, and surreal series set in the rural Pacific Northwest community whose bucolic surroundings hide things dark and heinous. (If you're new to Twin Peaks, best to get the lay of the land by watching the brilliant feature-length pilot and the instant-cult-classic first season, which capture Twin at its peak.) Three main mysteries drive season 2. First, there's the still (!) unresolved murder of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). Then, there's the question of who shot Cooper in the season 1 cliffhanger. And finally, ultimately: What about Bob? With its dream logic, bizarre behavior, and nightmare imagery, much of what transpires goes right by you. Some subplots (Sherilyn Fenn's sexpot Audrey held captive at the bordello, One-Eyed Jacks) are easier to latch on to than others (amnesiac Nadine believes she's an 18-year-old high schooler) And, yes, that's a pre-X-Files David Duchovny as Dennis/Denice, a transsexual DEA agent. In Twin Peaks' second season, the truth is out there, but we are entering A Few Good Men territory. When Laura's killer is at last revealed in episode 16, no doubt many will not be able to handle the truth. The teases, red herrings, and out-and-out gonzo looniness will try the patience of viewers with a more conventional bent. But, as Cooper observes at one point, All in all, [it's] a very interesting experience, with enough doppelgangers, allusions, pop-culture references, and in-jokes to keep bloggers buzzing. If, for example, you get any pleasure from recognizing Hank Worden, who played Mose in The Searchers, as the world's most decrepit room service waiter, then Twin Peaks may just make you feel right at home. Episodes Comprise: All Episodes from Season 1 and 2 plus: Log Lady Intros (All Episodes) Original Pilot Original Pilot (International Version) Alternate Ending for Pilot (International Version) Deleted Scenes “A Slice of Lynch” Featurette Secrets From Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks (Feature Length Documentary) Saturday Night Live Sketch with Kyle MacLachlan Twin Peaks Festival “Return To Twin Peaks” Featurette Interactive Map The Black Lodge Archive: (Including “Falling” Music Video, Image Galleries, On Air Promos & TV Spots)

  • Twin Peaks: Collection [Blu-ray] Twin Peaks: Collection | Blu Ray | (27/06/2016) from £17.10  |  Saving you £1.90 (10.00%)  |  RRP £19

    All 30 episodes of David Lynch's landmark murder mystery series. Twin Peaks (population 51,201), a sleepy everytown USA where everyone's lives intersect with everyone else's, lies just five miles from the Canadian border. The town wakes up one morning to find one of its brightest young inhabitants, beautiful Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee) murdered and wrapped in plastic down by the river. Local Sheriff Harry S. Truman (Michael Ontkean) and tearful Deputy Andy (Harry Goaz) are out of their depth with such a murder case and an FBI agent is assigned to investigate. Youthful, charismatic and somewhat otherworldy in his approach to policing, Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) arrives to try and solve the case. Cooper's appearance causes ripples in the community and in turn he discovers that Twin Peaks is a small town full of secrets.

  • Twin Peaks: Season 2 (UK Version) [DVD] Twin Peaks: Season 2 (UK Version) | DVD | (22/03/2010) from £7.09  |  Saving you £42.90 (85.80%)  |  RRP £49.99

    "Don't search for all the answers at once," says a giant appearing to FBI Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) in a vision. "A path is formed by laying one stone at a time." In Twin Peaks, that's easier said than done. Over the course of two seasons, that path went nowhere and everywhere. "Bureau guidelines, deductive technique, Tibetan method, and luck" don't cut it here. It also takes a little magic, which is what makes David Lynch and Mark Frost's bracingly original serial drama one of TV's ultimate trips, and still the stuff that fever dreams are made of. With the DVD release of season 2, die-hard Peakers can rekindle their obsession with this macabre, maddening, sinister, and surreal series set in the rural Pacific Northwest community whose bucolic surroundings hide "things dark and heinous." (If you're new to Twin Peaks, best to get the lay of the land by watching the brilliant feature-length pilot and the instant-cult-classic first season, which capture Twin at its peak.) Three main mysteries drive season 2. First, there's the still (!) unresolved murder of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). Then, there's the question of who shot Cooper in the season 1 cliffhanger. And finally, ultimately: What about Bob? With its dream logic, bizarre behavior, and nightmare imagery, much of what transpires goes right by you. Some subplots (Sherilyn Fenn's sexpot Audrey held captive at the bordello, One-Eyed Jacks) are easier to latch on to than others (amnesiac Nadine believes she's an 18-year-old high schooler) And, yes, that's a pre-X-Files David Duchovny as Dennis/Denice, a transsexual DEA agent. In Twin Peaks' second season, the truth is out there, but we are entering A Few Good Men territory. When Laura's killer is at last revealed in episode 16, no doubt many will not be able to handle the truth. The teases, red herrings, and out-and-out gonzo looniness will try the patience of viewers with a more conventional bent. But, as Cooper observes at one point, "All in all, [it's] a very interesting experience," with enough doppelgangers, allusions, pop-culture references, and in-jokes to keep bloggers buzzing. If, for example, you get any pleasure from recognizing Hank Worden, who played Mose in The Searchers, as "the world's most decrepit room service waiter," then Twin Peaks may just make you feel right at home. --Donald Liebenson

  • Twin Peaks Twin Peaks | DVD | (05/11/2002) from £9.10  |  Saving you £40.89 (81.80%)  |  RRP £49.99

    One of the most influential TV shows of the 1990s, the first series of Twin Peaks has lost none of its quirky and queasy power to get under your skin and haunt your dreams. Without its groundbreaking mix of convoluted plotting, complex character interactions, surreal fantasy sequences and a continuous story arc, we would probably not have had The X-Files, The Sopranos, Six Feet Under or even The League of Gentlemen. So brew up a pot of some "damn fine coffee", dig into some cherry pie, and lose yourself in David Lynch and Mark Frost's murder mystery-soap opera, which unfolds, in one character's words, "like a beautiful dream and terrible nightmare all at once". Twin Peaks was a pop culture phenomenon, for this first series at least, until the increasingly bizarre twists and maddening teases so confounded audiences that they lost interest in just who killed Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). This series was also a career peak for most of its eclectic ensemble cast, including Kyle MacLachlan as straight-arrow FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, Michael Ontkean as local Sheriff Harry S Truman, Sherilyn Fenn as bad girl Audrey Horne, Peggy Lipton as waitress Norma Jennings and Catherine Coulson as the Log Lady. On the DVD: Twin Peak, Series 1 comes as a four-disc set that contains the original pilot plus the first season's seven episodes (inexplicably, the pilot episode was omitted on the American Region 1 DVD release, but is reinstated here). Special features include episode introductions by the Log Lady, commentaries by assorted episode directors (but not Lynch), and features from the archives of the fanzine Wrapped in Plastic. The 4:3 picture has been digitally remastered, and is now accompanied by a Dolby 5.1 soundtrack. --Donald Liebenson

  • The Doors [1990] The Doors | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £7.48  |  Saving you £5.51 (42.40%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Oliver Stone give us his take on the life of rock star Jim Morrison whose life came tragically to an end in a haze of drug abuse. The movie captures the psychedelic atmosphere of the Doors work and particularly Jim Morrison's life - who is played by a very convincing Val Kilmer.

  • Showgirls [Blu-ray] [2017] Showgirls | Blu Ray | (11/12/2017) from £9.89  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Paul Verhoeven's attempt to couple the softcore sex film with the Hollywood musical stars Elizabeth Berkley as a Las Vegas stripper who lap-dances her way to the city's most prestigious chorus line. Vying with the show's established star for the leading role in a new erotic spectacular, Berkley gives the director (Kyle MacLachlan) a close-up demonstration of what she can do. Dave Stewart of Eurythmics provides the music for the steamy dance routines.

  • The Doors - Special Edition [1991] The Doors - Special Edition | DVD | (17/02/2003) from £12.89  |  Saving you £7.10 (35.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The Doors is Oliver Stone's epic, typically portentous homage to the band that soundtracked his youth. As is generally the case with Stone's films, its scope is impressively wide. He places The Doors at the eye of a 1960s cultural and political maelstrom through which passes Andy Warhol, Martin Luther King Jr and Robert Kennedy among others. But the details and dialogue often jar badly: the scenes in which various gilded youths imbibe the young Jim Morrison's early efforts at lyrics as if they were anything beyond dreadful sophomoric doggerel are a particular strain on the credulity. The film's central conceit--that Morrison's body was somehow inhabited at an early age by the spirit of a Navajo medicine man--makes the deranged conspiracies of JFK seem plausible by comparison. The Doors is redeemed by Stone's ability with ambitious set-pieces (the concert scenes are terrific) and a tremendous performance from Val Kilmer, who plays Jim Morrison as a pompous, self-regarding oaf who treats bandmates, friends and women appallingly. While this may well have been the case it is debatable whether Stone intended to show his hero in such an unflattering light: the closing scenes in Pere Lachaise cemetery, which linger over the graves of Wilde, Molière and Flaubert before arriving at Morrison's witlessly vandalised plot, certainly suggest a belief on Stone's part that the author of the ridiculous "American Prayer" has earned a place in the literary pantheon. This film fails to make a convincing case for that but, like Morrison's own work, is a compelling, cautionary illustration of what a supremely ordinary singer and songwriter is allowed to get away with if he looks good in leather trousers. On the DVD: The Doors Special Edition has the benefit of a bewildering array of special features, though many are less impressive than their billing: the "Behind the Scenes" documentary is eight minutes of apparently random footage of the film being made, and the making-of documentary isn't much more illuminating. The interviews with the cast are also on the desultory side. There is a conventional scene selector and another that allows the viewer to choose from the songs that appear in the soundtrack. There are also several sound options and subtitles. Most useful of all is the illuminating and engaging running commentary by Oliver Stone. --Andrew Mueller

  • Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series (Ltd Edition Packaging) [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Twin Peaks: A Limited Event Series (Ltd Edition Packaging) | Blu Ray | (04/12/2017) from £34.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A quarter century after revolutionizing television, Twin Peaks returns. Expanding the world you thought you knew, this limited event series takes you places wonderful, strange and farther out. This Blu-ray collection includes all 18 parts of the Showtime series, plus a wealth of exclusive, behind-the-scenes special features that will show you what's behind the red curtain and the making of this extraordinary television event. Features: Series Promos Twin Peaks: Phenomenon (Featurettes) Comic-Con 2017: Twin Peaks Panel A Very Lovely Dream: One Week in Twin Peaks Richard Beymer Films Rancho Rosa Logos Behind-the-Scenes Photo Gallery The Man with the Gray Elevated Hair Tell It Martin Two Blue Balls The Number of Completion Bad Binoculars See You On The Other Side Dear Friend Do Not Pick Up Hitchhikers A Bloody Finger In Your Mouth The Polish Accountant A Pot of Boiling Oil

  • Twin Peaks: Definitive Gold Box Edition (UK Version) [DVD] Twin Peaks: Definitive Gold Box Edition (UK Version) | DVD | (22/03/2010) from £14.99  |  Saving you £55.00 (78.60%)  |  RRP £69.99

    Season 1 Twin Peaks devotees, who have kept the mystery alive on myriad Web sites, will jump at the chance to return to the spooky town that might just be the anti-Mayberry. Rarely syndicated, the Twin Peaks television series has lost none of its quirky and queasy power to get under your skin and haunt your dreams. So brew up a pot of some "damn fine coffee," dig into some cherry pie, and lose yourself in David Lynch and Mark Frost's murder mystery and soap opera, which unfolds, in one character's words, "like a beautiful dream and terrible nightmare all at once." Twin Peaks was a pop culture phenomenon for one season at least, until the increasingly bizarre twists and maddening teases so confounded audiences that they lost interest in just who killed Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). This series was a career peak for most of its eclectic ensemble cast, including Kyle MacLachlan as straight-arrow FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper, Michael Ontkean as local Sheriff Harry S. Truman, Sherilyn Fenn as bad girl Audrey Horne, Peggy Lipton as waitress Norma Jennings, and Catherine Coulson as the Log Lady. Alumni enjoying current success include Lara Flynn Boyle ("The Practice"), as good girl Donna Hayward, and Miguel Ferrer ("Crossing Jordan"), hilarious as forensics expert Albert Rosenfield (who has absolutely no "social niceties").--Donald Liebenson Season 2 "Don't search for all the answers at once," says a giant appearing to FBI Agent Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) in a vision. "A path is formed by laying one stone at a time." In Twin Peaks, that's easier said than done. Over the course of two seasons, that path went nowhere and everywhere. "Bureau guidelines, deductive technique, Tibetan method, and luck" don't cut it here. It also takes a little magic, which is what makes David Lynch and Mark Frost's bracingly original serial drama one of TV's ultimate trips, and still the stuff that fever dreams are made of. With the DVD release of season 2, die-hard Peakers can rekindle their obsession with this macabre, maddening, sinister, and surreal series set in the rural Pacific Northwest community whose bucolic surroundings hide "things dark and heinous." (If you're new to Twin Peaks, best to get the lay of the land by watching the brilliant feature-length pilot and the instant-cult-classic first season, which capture Twin at its peak.) Three main mysteries drive season 2. First, there's the still (!) unresolved murder of Laura Palmer (Sheryl Lee). Then, there's the question of who shot Cooper in the season 1 cliffhanger. And finally, ultimately: What about Bob? With its dream logic, bizarre behavior, and nightmare imagery, much of what transpires goes right by you. Some subplots (Sherilyn Fenn's sexpot Audrey held captive at the bordello, One-Eyed Jacks) are easier to latch on to than others (amnesiac Nadine believes she's an 18-year-old high schooler) And, yes, that's a pre-X-Files David Duchovny as Dennis/Denice, a transsexual DEA agent. In Twin Peaks' second season, the truth is out there, but we are entering A Few Good Men territory. When Laura's killer is at last revealed in episode 16, no doubt many will not be able to handle the truth. The teases, red herrings, and out-and-out gonzo looniness will try the patience of viewers with a more conventional bent. But, as Cooper observes at one point, "All in all, [it's] a very interesting experience," with enough doppelgangers, allusions, pop-culture references, and in-jokes to keep bloggers buzzing. If, for example, you get any pleasure from recognizing Hank Worden, who played Mose in The Searchers, as "the world's most decrepit room service waiter," then Twin Peaks may just make you feel right at home. --Donald Liebenson

  • Showgirls [1996] Showgirls | DVD | (30/06/2003) from £4.21  |  Saving you £1.78 (29.70%)  |  RRP £5.99

    When Goldie Hawn recommended Elizabeth Berkley for a small role in First Wives Club, she publicly stated that Berkley deserved the opportunity to redeem herself after starring in the ridiculous Showgirls. That says it all: this sleazy, stupid movie, which mixes soft pornography with the clichés of backstage dramas, is the kind of project an aspiring actress would have to put well behind her to keep a career going (though co-star Gina Gershon certainly benefited from her, uh, exposure in the film). Berkley plays a drifter who hitches a ride to Las Vegas, becomes a lap dancer and then a performer, and discovers--gasp!--there's a whole world of sex and violence involved with these things. Gershon is probably the best element in the film, playing Berkley's bisexual rival for the big spotlight on stage. Joe Eszterhas was well overpaid for writing this howler, and director Paul Verhoeven (Basic Instinct) should have known better than to take it seriously. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com

  • Dune [1984] Dune | DVD | (04/10/2004) from £7.12  |  Saving you £-3.12 (-52.10%)  |  RRP £5.99

    David Lynch's Dune is the brilliant but fatally flawed would-be epic feature film version of Frank Herbert's novel of the same name, the bestselling science fiction novel ever written. It is a complex but too heavily simplified version of a far more elaborate book, a darkly Gothic far future space opera revolving around an imperial, dynastic power struggle on the desert planet of Arrakis. With what was in 1984 an enormous $40 million budget, Lynch retained a surprising amount of the industrial/Victorian feel of his previous features, Eraserhead (1976) and The Elephant Man (1980), and was able to bring to the screen some of the most imaginative and awe-inspiring production designs, costumes and action then seen. Indeed, as a spectacularly atmospheric vision of the future Dune has as much to recommend it as the far more celebrated Blade Runner (1982), with which it even shares the female romantic lead, Sean Young--here just one star in a superb cast. The problem, which an unauthorised extended TV version failed to fix, is that Lynch's original vision of Dune was massively cut for length, and as such the final third is so rapidly paced as to undermine the superb first two thirds. A director's cut is sorely needed, the cinema version playing like a butchered masterpiece. Also available is an entirely unconnected four-and-a-half-hour mini-series, Frank Herbert's Dune (2000), which is less visionary but more coherent. On the DVD: The 2.35:1 image suffers from not being anamorphically enhanced. There are minor flecks of dirt and scratches, but generally the print used is in good condition although there is a considerable amount of grain in some scenes and the image could be more detailed. The packaging claims the sound is Dolby Digital 5.1, but it is actually three-channel sound (stereo plus centre speaker), with the main stereo feed being duplicated in the rear channels. A full 5.1 remastering would improve matters considerably. Special features consist of the original trailer and a pointless gallery of seven badly cropped stills. There is a very basic animated and scored menu using the portentous main theme music from the film. --Gary S Dalkin

  • The Doors [Blu-ray] [1990] The Doors | Blu Ray | (18/04/2011) from £3.69  |  Saving you £21.30 (85.20%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Dramatic biopic focusing on the progression of one of the most influential rock bands ever; The Doors, as well as the private life of lead singer Jim Morrison and his relationship with his girlfriend Pamela Courson (Meg Ryan). From three time Academy Award Winner Oliver Stone (Platoon, JFK). Extras“Back to the Roots” - An exclusive documentary highlighting the journey of one of the most influential bands in rock and roll history. “Jim Morrison - A Poet In Paris” – The last moments of Jim Morrison in Paris

  • Blue Velvet [1986] Blue Velvet | DVD | (04/10/2004) from £5.99  |  Saving you £-0.37 (-6.20%)  |  RRP £5.99

    David Lynch peeks behind the picket fences of small-town America to reveal a corrupt shadow world of malevolence, sadism and madness. From the opening shots Lynch turns the Technicolor picture postcard images of middle-class homes and tree-lined lanes into a dreamy vision on the edge of nightmare. After his father collapses in a preternaturally eerie sequence, college boy Kyle MacLachlan returns home and stumbles across a severed human ear in a vacant lot. With the help of sweetly innocent high school girl (Laura Dern), he turns junior detective and uncovers a frightening yet darkly compelling world of voyeurism and sex. Drawn deeper into the brutal world of drug dealer and blackmailer Frank, played with raving mania by an obscenity-shouting Dennis Hopper in a career-reviving performance, he loses his innocence and his moral bearings when confronted with pure, unexplainable evil. Isabella Rossellini is terrifyingly desperate as Hopper's sexual slave who becomes MacLachlan's illicit lover, and Dean Stockwell purrs through his role as Hopper's oh-so-suave buddy. Lynch strips his surreally mundane sets to a ghostly austerity, which composer Angelo Badalamenti encourages with the smooth, spooky strains of a lush score. Blue Velvet is a disturbing film that delves into the darkest reaches of psycho-sexual brutality and simply isn't for everyone. But for a viewer who wants to see the cinematic world rocked off its foundations, David Lynch delivers a nightmarish masterpiece. --Sean Axmaker

  • The Librarian The Librarian | DVD | (28/08/2006) from £18.00  |  Saving you £1.99 (10.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    To be a librarian you must master the Dewey Decimal System ace internet research and if you're new librarian Flynn Carsen (Noah Wyle) save the world! Wyle (E.R.) heads a sterling cast in a fun fantastical special effects-laden adventure that soars around the world from the Metropolitan Library to the Amazon jungle to the Himalayas. Geeky Carsen lands a job as the Librarian keeper of such top-secret Met treasures as Excalibur and Pandora's Box. Then the Serpent Brothe

  • Roswell [DVD] Roswell | DVD | (26/03/2012) from £6.69  |  Saving you £8.30 (55.40%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Based on real-life events, the mystery of the Roswell UFO and its passengers is as compelling as it is controversial. New Mexico, 1947. Mac Brazel finds unidentifiable wreckage scattered across his farmland. Intelligence officer Jesse Marcel is summoned from the nearby Roswell Air Force base and sensationally declares the debris is from a crashed UFO. But no sooner has the story broken than it's silenced by the Pentagon. And so begins one of the greatest mysteries of modern times. DVD features: The UFO Chronicles Factual accounts and theories of many major UFO events of the century Stills Gallery

  • Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery [Blu-ray] Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery | Blu Ray | (29/07/2014) from £23.99  |  Saving you £38.00 (54.30%)  |  RRP £69.99

    Arriving for the first time on stunning High Definition Blu-ray with English 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio on July 29th this comprehensive collection contains every episode from the complete television series; both the U.S. and international versions of the series' Pilot; the North American Blu-ray debut of Lynch's follow-up feature Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me; and nearly 90 minutes of deleted and alternate scenes from the film. The set also features newly transferred Log Lady introductions for each episode; picture upgrades to many shots in the TV series; a new featurette with Lynch and the actors who portrayed the Palmer family which includes a mesmerizing return to the lives of their characters today; and hours of never-before-released material that dives into the fascinating story behind the celebrated pop culture classic. Along with a newly transferred version of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me created from a 4K scan of the original negative Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery Blu-ray box set boasts the long-awaited missing pieces from the original version of the film - nearly an hour-and-a-half of deleted/alternate scenes from Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - often referred to as the 'holy grail' of Twin Peaks fandom. This feature-length experience has been directed and edited by Lynch exclusively for this release. Capping off more than 30 deleted/alternate scenes is an epilogue providing a fascinating glimpse beyond the cliff-hanger finale of the TV series. Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery is loaded with special features. In the two-part feature 'Between Two Worlds ' Lynch himself interviews the Palmer family (Leland Sarah and daughter Laura) about their current existence in this life and the next and follows up with a discussion with the actors who portray them. Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery also features 'Moving Through Time: Fire Walk With Me Memories ' an exclusive retrospective documentary featuring interviews with cast and crew who recount the making of the Twin Peaks movie and working with David Lynch. The collection also features high-definition versions of the Log Lady episode introductions transferred from recently unearthed 16mm film negative a selection of newly discovered deleted scenes and outtakes from the television series and three Twin Peaks photo galleries with over 130 behind-the-scenes images from David Lynch's personal never-before-released collection. Also new to this release are 10 vignettes of iconic Twin Peaks themes called 'Atmospherics.' Each features a unique montage of music dialogue and video (including some rare outtakes) that appear as both menu backgrounds and as their own textless experience to further immerse fans in the mysterious world of Twin Peaks. Additionally the set features a massive collection of pre-existing special features some of which have been re-mastered in high definition exclusively for this release including the award-winning four-part documentary 'Secrets From Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks ' and a newly extended version of the Gold Box featurette 'A Slice of Lynch ' featuring the complete and uncut conversation between David Lynch and actors Kyle MacLachlan and Mädchen Amick. Additionally this 10-disc set houses an extraordinary archive of special features culled from the entire history of Twin Peaks on home video including featurettes cast and crew interviews promotional reels archival deleted scenes...and much much more. Twin Peaks - The Entire Mystery will be available in 1080p with English 7.1 DTS-HD Master Audio (Series and Feature) original English Stereo 2.0 (Series and Feature) Latin American Spanish Mono (Series) Latin American Spanish Stereo (Feature) Brazilian Portuguese Mono (Series) French Mono (Series) French 5.1 (Feature) Italian Mono (Series) Italian Stereo (Feature) German Mono (Series) German 5.1 (Feature) Castilian Mono (Series) Castilian Stereo (Feature) Japanese Mono (Series) and Japanese Stereo (Feature). The 10-disc collection also includes English SDH Latin American Spanish French Italian German Castilian Japanese Dutch Swedish Danish Norwegian and Finnish subtitles (Series and Feature). Episodes Comprise: Disc 1: Pilot: Original Version Alternate International Version Episode 1 Episode 2 Disc 2: Episode 3 Episode 4 Episode 5 Episode 6 Episode 7 Disc 3: Episode 8 Episode 9 Episode 10 Disc 4: Episode 11 Episode 12 Episode 13 Episode 14 Disc 5: Episode 15 Episode 16 Episode 17 Episode 18 Disc 6: Episode 19 Episode 20 Episode 21 Episode 22 Disc 7: Episode 23 Episode 24 Episode 25 Episode 26 Disc 8: Episode 27 Episode 28 Episode 29 Special Features: Disc 1: Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 2: Season 1 Image Gallery Twin Peaks Sneak Peeks (HD) Log Lady Intros (HD) Previews and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 3: A Slice of Lynch: Uncut (HD) Season 2 Image Gallery Promos (HD/SD) Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 4: Series Deleted Scenes Series Deleted Scenes (HD) Outtakes (HD) Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 5: Return To Twin Peaks Location Guide The Glastonbury Archives: 17 Pieces of Pie: Shooting at the Mar T (AKA RR) Diner Mark Frost Interview with Wrapped in Plastic Learning to Speak in the Red Room An Introduction to David Lynch Lucy Bumpers 1-900 Hotline Production Documents Image Galleries Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 6: Postcards From The Cast Twin Peaks Sneak Peaks (HD) Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 7: Cast And Crew Interviews Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 8: Secrets From Another Place: Creating Twin Peaks: Northwest Passage: Creating the Pilot Freshly Squeezed: Creating Season One Where We're From: Creating the Music Into the Night: Creating Season Two Log Lady Intros (HD) Preview and recaps on select episodes (HD) Disc 9: Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me The Missing Pieces: Deleted/Alternate Scenes (HD) Archival Interviews Disc 10: Between Two Worlds: Palmer Family Interview Actors Discussion Moving Through Time: Fire Walk With Me Memories (HD) Reflections On The Phenomenon Of Twin Peaks US Trailer International Trailer Fire Walk With Me Photo Gallery Atmospherics: (HD) Trees/Woods Pie Signs/Places Coffee Notes Water Donuts Owls The Ring The Red Room

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