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  • Wonder Woman [DVD + Digital Download] [2017] Wonder Woman | DVD | (09/10/2017) from £7.95  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, raised on a sheltered island paradise and trained to be an unconquerable warrior. When an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers and her true destiny. Click Images to Enlarge

  • Wonder Woman [Blu-ray + Digital Download] [2017] Wonder Woman | Blu Ray | (09/10/2017) from £13.30  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, raised on a sheltered island paradise and trained to be an unconquerable warrior. When an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers and her true destiny. Click Images to Enlarge

  • Wonder Woman [4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital Download] [2017] Wonder Woman | Blu Ray | (09/10/2017) from £24.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, raised on a sheltered island paradise and trained to be an unconquerable warrior. When an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers and her true destiny. Click Images to Enlarge

  • Wonder Woman [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Digital Download] [2017] Wonder Woman | Blu Ray | (09/10/2017) from £19.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Before she was Wonder Woman, she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, raised on a sheltered island paradise and trained to be an unconquerable warrior. When an American pilot crashes on their shores and tells of a massive conflict raging in the outside world, Diana leaves her home, convinced she can stop the threat. Fighting alongside man in a war to end all wars, Diana will discover her full powers and her true destiny. Click Images to Enlarge

  • The Office - 10th Anniversary Edition [DVD] The Office - 10th Anniversary Edition | DVD | (24/10/2011) from £4.99  |  Saving you £10.90 (54.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The Office 10th Anniversary - Special Edition staring Ricky Gervais as the excruciatingly superb David Brent contains every episode from this ground breaking comedy and also includes a host of incredible extras.

  • Shaun Of The Dead [2004] Shaun Of The Dead | DVD | (06/09/2004) from £3.05  |  Saving you £16.40 (82.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    It's no disparagement to describe Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright’s zombie-rom-com Shaun of the Dead as playing like an extended episode of Spaced. Not only does the movie have the rather modest scope of a TV production, it also boasts the snappy editing, smart camera moves, and deliciously post-modern dialogue familiar from the sitcom, as well as using many of the same cast: Pegg’s Shaun and Nick Frost’s Ed are doppelgangers of their Spaced characters, while Jessica Stevenson and Peter Serafinowicz appear in smaller roles. Unlike the TV series, it’s less important for the audience to be in on the movie in-jokes, though it won’t hurt if you know George Romero’s famous Dawn of the Dead trilogy, which is liberally plundered for zombie behaviour and mythology. Shaun is a loser, stuck in a dead-end job and held back by his slacker pal Ed. Girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield) is exasperated by his lack of ambition and unceremoniously dumps him. As a result, Shaun misses out on what is apparently the end of the world. In a series of beautifully choreographed and edited scenes, including hilarious tracking shots to and from the local shop, he spectacularly fails to notice the death toll and subsequent zombie plague. Only when one appears in their back garden do Shaun and Ed take notice, hurling sundry kitchen appliances at the undead before breaking out the cricket bat. The catastrophe proves to be the catalyst for Shaun to take charge of his life, sort out his relations with his dotty mum (Penelope Wilton) and distant stepdad (Bill Nighy), and fight to win back his ex-girlfriend. Lucy Davis from The Office and Dylan Moran of Black Books fame head the excellent supporting cast. --Mark Walker

  • The Office Series 2 [2001] The Office Series 2 | DVD | (20/10/2003) from £3.60  |  Saving you £14.81 (74.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The second series of the award-winning BBC2 mockudrama The Office exceeded even the sky-high standards of the first. Indeed, it ventured beyond caricature and satire, touching on the very edge of darkness. Ricky Gervais was once again excruciatingly superb as David Brent, a subtly shaded modern English comic grotesque in the desperate and self-deluding tradition of Alan Partridge and Basil Fawlty. In this series, however, Brent's to-camera assertions concerning his man-management qualities and executive capabilities are seriously challenged when the Slough and Swindon branches are merged and his former Swindon equivalent Neil takes over as area manager. To compensate Brent cultivates his pathologically mistaken image of himself as an entertainer/motivator/comedian whose stage happens to be the workplace. This culminates in a comically disastrous motivational session ending with a sing-along of Tina Turner's "Simply the Best", which is greeted, typically, with stunned, appalled silence. Meanwhile, Tim, who can only maintain his sanity by teasing the priggish, puddingbowl-haired Gareth, continues to wrestle with his yearning for receptionist Dawn, a sympathetic character persisting with a relationship with a yobbish bloke about whom she still maintains unspoken reservations. As ever, it's the awkward, reality TV-style pauses and silences, the furtive, meaningful and unmet glances across the emotional gulf of the open-plan office, that say it all here. As for Brent, his own breakdown is prefaced by a moment of hideous hilarity--an impromptu office dance, a mixture of "Flashdance and MC Hammer" as Brent describes it, but in reality bad beyond description. Then, when his fate is sealed, he at last reveals himself as a humiliated and broken man in a memorable finale to perhaps the greatest British sitcom, besides Fawlty Towers, ever made. All this and Keith too. --David Stubbs On the DVD: The Office, Series 2 is a single-disc release unlike the more generous Series 1. Extra features are enjoyable nonetheless. Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant feature in a gleefully shambolic video diary--highlights of which include Gervais flicking elastic bands at his cowriter and taping their editor to his swivel chair. The ubiquitous Gervais also mockingly introduces some outtakes (mostly of him corpsing throughout dozens of takes) and a series of deleted scenes, notably of Gareth arriving in his horrendous cycle shorts. --Mark Walker

  • The Office: Christmas Specials [2001] The Office: Christmas Specials | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £2.48  |  Saving you £17.51 (87.60%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The two-part conclusion to The Office bids farewell to David Brent and his long-suffering co-workers in a surprisingly poignant not to say dignified manner. Supposedly accompanied by the fly-on-the-wall documentary crew three years after his highly undignified exit from Slough-based paper merchants Wernham Hogg, the first part reveals Brent as a travelling salesman by day and D-list "celebrity" by night, enduring humiliating club appearances organised by his clueless manager. But Brent can't keep away from his old stamping-ground in Slough, especially with the imminent prospect of the annual Christmas party. As much to spite suave rival Neil as anything else, Brent is on an agonisingly painful hunt for a date to bring along. Back at Wernham Hogg, lovelorn Tim has to endure not only the officious behaviour of Gareth, now his manager, but also a cheerless existence bereft of Dawn, who is living in Florida with boorish fiancé Lee. Matters are brought to a head for all concerned--including Lee and Dawn, flown over specially for the occasion--when they finally gather in the office for the party. As ever the script is full of priceless one-liners (witness big Keith's chat-up spiel, as he promises "at least one orgasm" to any woman), and the show is peppered with those direct appeals to camera (Tim's weary "I don't believe he just said that" look, Brent's desperate self-justificatory "Eh?"), as well as achingly effective silences that simultaneously enhance the fly-on-the-wall conceit and heighten the comic effect. Without descending into the sentimental or the trite, somehow The Office closes for business on a genuinely heartwarming note. On the DVD: This single disc has good, if unexceptional, bonus features. There's a behind-the-scenes documentary in similar format to those on the previous releases, a commentary from Stephen Merchant and Ricky Gervais on Episode 2, a funny and deservedly self-congratulatory featurette on the Golden Globe Awards ceremony, the full video of David Brent's single "If You Don't Know Me By Now" plus a recording session for "Freelove Freeway" (with Noel Gallagher on backing vocals). --Mark Walker

  • The Office  - The Complete Series 1 (2 Disc Set) [2001] The Office - The Complete Series 1 (2 Disc Set) | DVD | (14/10/2002) from £4.25  |  Saving you £14.53 (72.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    It feels both inaccurate and inadequate to describe The Office as a comedy. On a superficial level, it disdains all the conventions of television sitcoms: there are no punch lines, no jokes, no laugh tracks and no cute happy endings. More profoundly, it's not what we're used to thinking of as funny. Most of the fervently devoted fan base that the programme acquired watched with a discomfortingly thrilling combination of identification and mortification. The paradox is that its best moments are almost physically unwatchable. Set in the offices of a fictional Slough paper merchant, The Office is filmed in the style of a reality television programme. The writing is subtle and deft, the acting wonderful and the characters beautifully drawn: the cadaverous team leader Gareth, a paradigm of Andy McNab's readership; the monstrous sales rep, Chris Finch; and the decent but long-suffering everyman Tim, whose ambition and imagination have been crushed out of him by the banality of the life he dreams uselessly of escaping. The show is stolen, as it was intended to be, by insufferable office manager David Brent, played by cowriter Ricky Gervais. Brent will become a name as emblematic for a particular kind of British grotesque as Alan Partridge or Basil Fawlty, but he is a deeper character than either. Partridge and Fawlty are exaggerations of reality, and therefore safely comic figures. Brent is as appalling as only reality can be. --Andrew Mueller On the DVD The Office, Series 1 is tastefully packaged as a two-disc set appropriately adorned with John Betjeman's poem "Slough". The special features occupy the second disc and consist of a laid-back 39-minute documentary entitled "How I Made The Office by Ricky Gervais", with co-writer Stephen Merchant and the cast contributing. Here we discover that Gervais spends his time on set "mucking around and annoying people", and that actress Lucy Davis (Dawn) is the daughter of Jasper Carrott; as well as seeing parts of the original short film and the original BBC pilot episode; plus we get to enjoy many examples of the cast corpsing throughout endless retakes. There are also a handful of deleted scenes, none of which were deleted because they weren't funny. --Mark Walker

  • Some Guy Who Kills People [DVD] Some Guy Who Kills People | DVD | (15/10/2012) from £2.54  |  Saving you £12.40 (77.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    A horror-comedy about a small town loser fresh out of the loony bin who seeks revenge on those he deems responsible for ruining his life.

  • Shaun of the Dead [Blu-ray + UV Copy] [2004] Shaun of the Dead | Blu Ray | (01/07/2013) from £7.87  |  Saving you £17.12 (68.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Life is going nowhere for Shaun (Simon Pegg). He spends his life in his local pub The Winchester with his best mate Ed (Nick Frost) has issues with his Mum and neglects his girlfriend. Unfortunately the dead are returning to life and attempting to eat the living... The first film in Edgar Wright's Cornetto Trilogy is re-released with UltraViolet (TM) allowing you to download or stream Shaun of the Dead to your computer tablet or smartphone to store it in the cloud and watch it anytime anywhere. Special Features: Deleted Scenes Video Diaries Trailers 3 Audio Commentaries

  • The Office: Complete Box Set (Series 1 - 2 plus Christmas Specials) The Office: Complete Box Set (Series 1 - 2 plus Christmas Specials) | DVD | (22/11/2005) from £12.57  |  Saving you £27.42 (68.60%)  |  RRP £39.99

    It feels both inaccurate and inadequate to describe The Office as a comedy. On a superficial level, it disdains all the conventions of television sitcoms: there are no punch lines, no jokes, no laugh tracks, and no cute happy endings. More profoundly, it's not what we're used to thinking of as funny. Most of the fervently devoted fan base watched with a discomfortingly thrilling combination of identification and mortification. The paradox is that its best moments are almost physically unwatchable. Set in the offices of a fictional British paper merchant, The Office is filmed in the style of a reality television show. The writing is subtle and deft, the acting wonderful, and the characters beautifully drawn: the cadaverous team leader Gareth (Mackenzie Crook); the monstrous sales rep, Chris Finch (Ralph Ineson); and the decent but long-suffering everyman Tim (Martin Freeman), whose ambition and imagination have been crushed out of him by the banality of ! the life he dreams uselessly of escaping. The show is stolen, as it was intended to be, by insufferable office manager David Brent, played by codirector-cowriter Ricky Gervais. Brent will become a name as emblematic for a particular kind of British grotesque as Basil Fawlty, but he is a deeper character. Fawlty is an exaggeration of reality, and therefore a safely comic figure. Brent is as appalling as only reality can be. --Andrew Mueller The second series exceeded even the sky-high standards of the first. Indeed, it ventured beyond caricature and satire, touching on the very edge of darkness. Ricky Gervais is once again excruciatingly superb as David Brent, but in this series, Brent's to-the-camera assertions concerning his management qualities and executive capabilities are seriously challenged when the Slough and Swindon branches are merged and his former Swindon equivalent Neil (Patrick Baladi) takes over as area manager. To compensate, Brent cultivates his pathologically mistaken image of himself as an entertainer-motivator-comedian whose stage happens to be the workplace. Meanwhile, Tim, who can only maintain his sanity by teasing the priggish Gareth, continues to wrestle with his yearning for receptionist Dawn Tinsley (Lucy Davis), a sympathetic character persisting in a relationship with a man about whom she still maintains unspoken reservations. As ever, it's the awkward, reality TV-style pauses and silences, the furtive, meaningful and unmet glances across the emotional gulf of the open-plan office, that say it all here. As for Brent, his own breakdown is prefaced by a moment of hideous hilarity--an impromptu office dance, a mixture of "Flashdance and MC Hammer" as Brent describes it, but in reality bad beyond description. Then, when his fate is sealed, he at last reveals himself in a memorable finale to perhaps the greatest British sitcom, besides Fawlty Towers, ever made. --David Stubbs The brilliant and devastating comedy of The Office is brought to a satisfying conclusion in The Office Special, originally a two-part Christmas special on the BBC, set three years after the end of the faux-documentary's second season. The former office manager David (Ricky Gervais) now ekes out a desperate existence as an oblivious quasi-celebrity, making awkward, humiliating visits back to the office staff he still believes loves him. Gawky Gareth (Mackenzie Crook) has risen to manager and become a petty tyrant, while the sweet but snide Tim (Martin Freeman) continues to pine for former receptionist Dawn (Lucy Davis), who fled to Florida with her fiance. When the documentary crew pays for Dawn to return for the holiday party, an unpredictable reunion looms ahead. The Office fuses scathing humor and genuine empathy, turning excruciating social discomfort into inspired satire. Fans will find this special rewarding in all respects. --Bret Fetzer

  • Married Single Other [DVD] Married Single Other | DVD | (05/04/2010) from £4.95  |  Saving you £4.01 (20.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Married Single Other

  • Some Guy Who Kills People [Blu-Ray] Some Guy Who Kills People | Blu Ray | (15/10/2012) from £4.05  |  Saving you £15.94 (79.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A horror-comedy about a small town loser fresh out of the loony bin who seeks revenge on those he deems responsible for ruining his life.

  • The Office - Series 1 and 2 [2001] The Office - Series 1 and 2 | DVD | (05/04/2004) from £4.83  |  Saving you £22.01 (73.40%)  |  RRP £29.99

    It feels both inaccurate and inadequate to describe The Office as a comedy. On a superficial level, it disdains all the conventions of television sitcoms: there are no punch lines, no jokes, no laugh tracks and no cute happy endings. More profoundly, it's not what we're used to thinking of as funny. Most of the fervently devoted fan base that the programme acquired watched with a discomfortingly thrilling combination of identification and mortification. The paradox is that its best moments are almost physically unwatchable. Set in the offices of a fictional Slough paper merchant, The Office is filmed in the style of a reality television programme. The writing is subtle and deft, the acting wonderful and the characters beautifully drawn: the cadaverous team leader Gareth, a paradigm of Andy McNab's readership; the monstrous sales rep, Chris Finch; and the decent but long-suffering everyman Tim, whose ambition and imagination have been crushed out of him by the banality of the life he dreams uselessly of escaping. The show is stolen, as it was intended to be, by insufferable office manager David Brent, played by cowriter Ricky Gervais. Brent will become a name as emblematic for a particular kind of British grotesque as Alan Partridge or Basil Fawlty, but he is a deeper character than either. Partridge and Fawlty are exaggerations of reality, and therefore safely comic figures. Brent is as appalling as only reality can be. --Andrew Mueller On the DVD: Series 1 is tastefully packaged as a two-disc set appropriately adorned with John Betjeman's poem "Slough". The special features occupy the second disc and consist of a laid-back 39-minute documentary entitled "How I Made The Office by Ricky Gervais", with cowriter Stephen Merchant and the cast contributing. Here we discover that Gervais spends his time on set "mucking around and annoying people", and that actress Lucy Davis (Dawn) is the daughter of Jasper Carrott; as well as seeing parts of the original short film and the original BBC pilot episode; plus we get to enjoy many examples of the cast corpsing throughout endless retakes. There are also a handful of deleted scenes, none of which were deleted because they weren't funny. Series 2 is a single-disc release, but the extra features are enjoyable nonetheless. Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant feature in a gleefully shambolic video diary--highlights of which include Gervais flicking elastic bands at his cowriter and taping their editor to his swivel chair. The ubiquitous Gervais also mockingly introduces some outtakes (mostly of him corpsing throughout dozens of takes) and a series of deleted scenes, notably of Gareth arriving in his horrendous cycle shorts. --Mark Walker

  • Shaun of the Dead [DVD + UV Copy] [2004] Shaun of the Dead | DVD | (01/07/2013) from £4.63  |  Saving you £15.10 (75.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Life is going nowhere for Shaun (Simon Pegg). He spends his life in his local pub The Winchester with his best mate Ed (Nick Frost) has issues with his Mum and neglects his girlfriend. Unfortunately the dead are returning to life and attempting to eat the living... The first film in Edgar Wright's Cornetto Trilogy is re-released with UltraViolet (TM) allowing you to download or stream Shaun of the Dead to your computer tablet or smartphone to store it in the cloud and watch it anytime anywhere. Special Features: Deleted Scenes Video Diaries Trailers 4 Audio Commentaries

  • Shaun Of The Dead (2003) - Universal Pictures Centennial Edition [Blu-ray][Region Free] Shaun Of The Dead (2003) - Universal Pictures Centennial Edition | Blu Ray | (23/04/2012) from £6.59  |  Saving you £11.99 (60.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Life is going nowhere for Shaun (Simon Pegg). He spends his life in his local pub, The Winchester, with his best mate Ed (Nick Frost), has issues with his Mum and neglects his girlfriend Liz. When Liz dumps him, Shaun finally decides to get his life in order. He must win back the heart of his girlfriend, repair his relationship, with his mum and face up to the responsibilities of adulthood. Unfortunately, The Dead are returning to life and attempting to eat the living. For the newly inspired Shaun, this is just another obstacle. In the face of a full scale Zombie Epedemic, armed with a cricket bat and spade, Shaun sets out with Ed in tow, to rescue his mum and grudgingly his step-dad, his girlfriend and even more grudgingly her friends David and Dianne and take them to the safest most secure place he knows, The Winchester. Special Features: Missing Bits - Deleted Scenes and Outtakes Trails of the Dead TV Bits Zombie Gallery Raw Meat - Simon Pegg Video Diary and other featurettes Audio Commentaries

  • Shaun of the Dead [Blu-ray] Shaun of the Dead | Blu Ray | (12/10/2009) from £8.45  |  Saving you £11.54 (57.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Life is going nowhere for Shaun. He spends his life in his local pub The Winchester with his best mate Ed has issues with his Mum and neglects his girlfriend Liz. When Liz dumps him Shaun finally decides to get his life in order. He must win back the heart of his girlfriend repair his relationship with his mum and face up to the responsibilities of adulthood. Unfortunately THE DEAD are returning to life and attempting to eat the living. For the newly inspired Shaun this is just another obstacle. In the face of a full scale ZOMBIE EPIDEMIC armed with a cricket bat and spade Shaun sets out with Ed in tow to rescue his mum and grudgingly his step-dad his girlfriend and even more grudgingly her friends David and Dianne and take them to the safest most secure place he knows The Winchester.

  • Shaun of the Dead/American Werewolf in London/Fright Nightners Shaun of the Dead/American Werewolf in London/Fright Nightners | DVD | (02/10/2006) from £6.29  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Shaun Of The Dead: A romantic comedy. With zombies! Shaun (Simon Pegg) is not quite your average twentysomething. Lacking any real ambition and drifting along in a job that he hates he drives his long-suffering girlfriend Liz (Kate Ashfield) up the wall. Despite being a very decent chap Shaun suddenly gets a very rude wake up call when the undead begin roaming the earth (or London's Crouch End at least) and with the help of his slacker chum Ed (Nick Frost) he must save Liz and his dear mum from becoming zombies! Well that's if he can get out of the local pub... (Dir. Edgar Wright 2004) American Werewolf In London: A macabre mix of humor and horror that shot director John Landis to fame. This classic horror/comedy tells the beastly tale of two American youths David and Jack (Naughton and Dunne) whose European adventure turns to terror after they are attacked by a werewolf. One of the travelers is killed but the other's fate is worse than death as every full moon now seems to bring out the beast in him. (Dir. John Landis 1981) The Frightners: Dead yet? In the sleepy little town of Fairwater a monstrous evil has awakened... an evil so powerful its reach extends beyond the grave. Director Peter Jackson and executive Producer Robert Zemeckis unleash a riveting thriller with the most spectacular special effects this side of the hereafter. For Frank Bannister (Michael J Fox) death is a great way to make a living: ridding haunted houses of their unwelcome ""guests"". But he's in cahoots with the very ghosts he promises to evict! It's the perfect scam..until frank finds himself at the centre of a dark mystery. A diabolical spirit is on a murderous rampage and the whole town believes Frank is behind it. Boasting music by Danny Elfman and co-starring Trini Alvarado Jeffrey Combs and John Astin this supernatural chiller is so fiendishly entertaining it's scary! (Dir. Peter Jackson 1996)

  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World / Paul (Double Pack) [Blu-ray] [Region Free] Scott Pilgrim vs. The World / Paul (Double Pack) | Blu Ray | (22/09/2014) from £10.00  |  Saving you £9.99 (50.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Scott Pilgrim Vs The World Meet charming and jobless Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera). A bass guitarist for garage band Sex Bob-omb the 22-year-old has just met the girl of his dreams...literally. The only catch to winning Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead)? Her seven evil exes are coming to kill him. Genre-smashing filmmaker Edgar Wright (Hot Fuzz Shaun of the Dead) tells the amazing story of one romantic slacker's quest to power up with love in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Scott Pilgrim has never had a problem getting a girlfriend. It's getting rid of them that proves difficult. From the girl who kicked his heart's ass-and now is back in town-to the teenage distraction he's trying to shake when Ramona rollerblades into his world love hasn't been easy. He soon discovers however his new crush has the most unusual baggage of all: a nefarious league of exes controls her love life and will do whatever it takes to eliminate him as a suitor. As Scott gets closer to Ramona he must face an increasingly vicious rogues' gallery from her past-from infamous skateboarders to vegan rock stars and fearsome identical twins. And if he hopes to win his true love he must vanquish them all before it really is game over. Paul Simon Pegg and Nick Frost (Hot Fuzz Shaun of the Dead) reunite as sci-fi geeks taking a pilgrimage to America’s UFO heartland. There they meet a smart-ass alien Paul (voiced by Seth Rogen) who takes them on an insane road trip. As they struggle to return Paul home the little green man might just take the outcasts from misfits to intergalactic heroes. From the director of Superbad Greg Mottola and with a stellar supporting cast including Jason Bateman Kristen Wiig Bill Hader Joe Lo Truglio Jane Lynch and Sigourney Weaver Paul is a must-own comedy adventure not to be missed! Scott Pilgrim Vs The World Bonus Features: Deleted Scenes with Optional Commentary by Director/Co-Writer Edgar Wright The Making Of Scott Pilgrim VS The Outakes Alternate Edits You Too Can Be Sex Bob-OMB Music Videos: Garbage Truck Black Sheep Threshold Summertime Osymyso Visual Effects - VFX Before and After Phantom Montage: Hi Speed Footage Props Rigs and Sets Montage Pre-Production Footage Casting Tapes Rehearsal Videos Animatics Hair and Make-Up Footage Scott Pilgrim VS the Censors: TV Safe Version Adult Swim: Scott Pilgrim VS The Animation Galleries Scott Pilgram Vs The World Teaser Trailer Scott Pilgram Vs The World Main Trailer Scott Pilgram Vs The World International Trailer Cast Feature Commentary with Anna Kedrich Aubrey Plaza Kieran Culkin & Mark Webber Cast Feature Commentary with Michael Cera Jason Schwartzman Mary Elizabeth Winstead Ellen Wong & Brandon Routh Feature Commentary with Director/Co-Writer Edgar Wright & Co-Writer Michael Bacall and Author Bryan Lee O'Malley Technical Commentary with Director/Co-Writer Edgar Wright and Director of Photography Bill Pope Game Trailers Paul Bonus Features: Theatrical Feature Commentary With Greg Mottola Simon Pegg Nick Frost Bill Hader and Nira Park; BTS Featurettes Between The Lightning Strikes: The Making Of Paul The Evolution of Paul Bloopers “Who the hell is Adam Shadowchild?” Simon's Silly Faces

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