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  • True Romance (1993) True Romance (1993) | DVD | (15/05/2000) from £3.13  |  Saving you £7.50 (57.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    It was directed with energetic skill by Top Gun Tony Scott, but t his breathtaking 1993 thriller (think of it as an adolescent crime fantasy on steroids) has Quentin Tarantino written all over it. True Romance is really part of a loose trilogy that includes Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction, with a crackling Tarantino screenplay that rides a fine line between raucous comedy and violent excess. Christian Slater plays Clarence, the comic-book lover who meets a beguiling prostitute named Alabama (Patricia Arquette), confronts her vicious pimp (Gary Oldman), and embarks on a cross-country odyssey with $5 million worth of Mafia cocaine. Mayhem ensues, culminating in a favourite Tarantino climax--the "Mexican standoff"--in which a roomful of guys are pointing guns at each other, waiting to see who shoots first. Brutal, profane, and totally outrageous, True Romance is not for everyone, but with a supporting cast that includes Dennis Hopper, Christopher Walken, Brad Pitt, and Val Kilmer (as the ghost of Elvis!), you can be sure this movie will never be boring. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Medium - Complete Seasons 1-7 [DVD] Medium - Complete Seasons 1-7 | DVD | (16/07/2012) from £35.93  |  Saving you £94.06 (72.40%)  |  RRP £129.99

    From Emmy Award-winning executive producer, creator and director Glenn Gordon Caron (Moonlighting) comes Medium, a chilling drama series inspired by the real-life story of research medium, Allison Dubois. Patricia Arquette (Lost Highway, True Romance) stars as Dubois; a young wife and mother who, since childhood, has been struggling to make sense of her dreams and visions of dead people. Taking up a role as police consultant, she uses her mind to uncover the dark secrets of vicious killers. The risks to her life are enormous, but the dead cry out for justice...

  • Boyhood [DVD] Boyhood | DVD | (19/01/2015) from £4.41  |  Saving you £15.58 (77.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Directed by Richard Linklater and filmed over a 12 year period from 2002 to 2013 Boyhood is a ground breaking cinematic experience following the life of a family. At the centre is Mason (Ellar Coltrane) who with his sister Samantha is taken on an emotional and transcendent journey through the years from childhood to adulthood. Raised by a divorced couple (Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette ). The story follows the boy for twelve years from first grade at age 6 through 12th grade at age 17-18 and examines his relationship with his parents and those around him as he grows.

  • Bringing Out The Dead [2000] Bringing Out The Dead | DVD | (08/01/2001) from £4.29  |  Saving you £11.70 (73.20%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Reuniting the "dream team" of director Martin Scorsese and screenwriter (and esteemed director in his own right) Paul Schrader--the men who brought you Taxi Driver and Raging Bull--Bringing Out the Dead provoked outrageously high expectations on its theatrical release. But when this brown-paper parcel of a film was unwrapped by critics and film-goers, the collective Christmas-morning sigh of disappointment was all but audible. Sure, there's lots of blood but where are all the guns, the wise guys cracking wise, the filmic fireworks most people expect from a Scorsese movie? But shake the wrapping a bit and out rolls a tiny, perfect parable about New York City ambulance driver Frank (Nicolas Cage) who finds grace just when he seems to have hit rock bottom. Deprived of sleep, wired on speed of kinds, haunted by visions of a homeless girl he couldn't save, like Taxi Driver's Travis Bickle, Frank roams the neon-spackled streets despairing at the decay around him. He's as war-torn by the ravages of the 1980s (the film is set in the early 1990s, before Mayor Giuliani got tough on crime) as Travis was by Vietnam's after effects. But Frank's problem is too much empathy, not alienation, and at least he's not as crazy as his co-drivers--one addicted to food (John Goodman), one to religion (Ving Rhames) and one to drugs and violence (Tom Sizemore)--each colleague more hilarious and frightening than the last. This is a story of a man who thought he could not take it anymore, one wracked by guilt and regret, who ends up being redeemed by--it's a movie cliché, and yet it just about works here--the love of a good woman (Patricia Arquette). Bringing Out the Dead may lack the glamorous, adolescent angst of Taxi Driver and eschew the rigorous dissection of masculinity that distinguished Raging Bull but it has its own quieter virtues and just as much visual bravura. Watching it on the small screen gives you more time to absorb its moral subtleties, its spectacular time-lapse photography and, like all great Scorsese movies, its hysterical stretches of black humour (Rhames' character's attempt to raise a seemingly dead clubber is a particular highlight). It may not be one of the director's, or even the screenwriter's, best films, but it still towers above most of the dross churned out by Hollywood every year and remains indispensable viewing for anyone serious about cinema. --Leslie Felperin

  • True Romance [Blu-ray] [1993] True Romance | Blu Ray | (06/07/2009) from £6.15  |  Saving you £11.84 (65.80%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Two lovers (Christian Slater Patricia Arquette) are thrust into a dangerous game of high-stakes negotiations and high-speed adventure. The pair come into unexpected possession of a suitcase of mob contraband. Fleeing to Los Angeles they hope to sell the goods and begin a new life. But both sides of the law have other ideas...

  • CSI Cyber: The Final Season [DVD] CSI Cyber: The Final Season | DVD | (03/04/2017) from £22.97  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The second and final season of CSI Cyber follows the work of Avery Ryan (Patricia Arquette), as she and the team welcome D.B. Russell (Ted Danson), a Las Vegas veteran Crime Scene Investigator recruited by Ryan to direct the FBI's Next Generation Cyber Forensics Division. Still grieving the loss of his best friend, and following a recent divorce, Russell decides to take on new challenges by studying how crimes play out in the real world, combining old school forensics with new school tech.

  • Ed Wood [1994] Ed Wood | DVD | (14/10/2002) from £4.19  |  Saving you £10.80 (72.00%)  |  RRP £14.99

    The significance of Ed Wood, both man and movie, on the career of Tim Burton cannot be emphasised enough. Here Burton regurgitates and pays homage to the influences of his youth, just as he would continue to do with Mars Attacks! and Sleepy Hollow. Everything is just right, from the decision to shoot in black and white, the performances of Johnny Depp (as Ed) and Martin Landau (as Bela Lugosi), the re-creation of 1950s Hollywood and the evocative score by Howard (Lord of the Rings) Shore. The plot struck a poignant familiar chord with Burton, who saw the relationship between the Ed and Lugosi mirroring his own with Vincent Price. Most importantly Burton responded to the story of the struggling, misunderstood artist. For all Burton's big-budget blockbusters (Batman, Planet of the Apes), he still somehow retains the mantle of the kooky niche director. And in the mid-90s, this film actually represented the last vestiges of his independent film production. Fans can only hope he'll soon return to those roots soon. On the DVD: Ed Wood on disc has a good group commentary in which Burton is interviewed rather than expected to hold forth on his own, making his insights alongside the screenwriters, Landau, and various production heads very worthwhile. Also worthy are the featurettes on Landau's Oscar-winning make-up, the FX and the Theremin instrument employed in the score. Best of all is an extremely exotic Music Video based on that score. This doesn't seem to be a new transfer of the film, but in black and white you're less likely to notice. --Paul Tonks

  • Little Nicky [2000] Little Nicky | DVD | (14/05/2001) from £5.68  |  Saving you £13.61 (68.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    In Little Nicky, Adam Sandler plays the sweetest of three sons of Satan (Harvey Keitel), who's got to go to Earth and retrieve his nasty, power-hungry brothers lest they take over Hell and make it a thoroughly evil place. As with Sandler's other films, this weird premise (based oh-so-loosely on King Lear) is just an excuse to trot out a hodgepodge of comic bits and cameo performances. Admittedly, a lot of the jokes don't work (there was no need to repeat the one about shoving a pineapple up Hitler's ass) but the ones that do tend to be more memorable than the ones that don't, making for a pretty funny movie, when all is said and done. Sure, it's hard to overcome Sandler's speech impediment du jour, not to mention that romantic subplot with Patricia Arquette but it can be done by focusing on the brilliant cameos by Regis Philbin, Reese Witherspoon, Ozzy Osborne, and Henry Winkler (especially when he's covered with bees), as well as one of the funniest uses of a scene from De Palma's Scarface in years. Supporting Sandler throughout are two very funny heavy metal disciples and a bulldog named Beefy (voiced by Robert Smigel, the man behind Triumph the Insult Comic Dog). And, in an almost unrecognisable cameo, that's Clint Howard as the cross-dressing fetishist named "Nipples".--Andy Spletzer, Amazon.com

  • Lost Highway [Blu-ray] Lost Highway | Blu Ray | (04/06/2012) from £7.99  |  Saving you £10.00 (55.60%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Haunting sexuality, ricochet action and fleeting, murderous shadows await you on a journey that begins and ends on the Lost Highway. The successful jazz musician whose marriage is on the rocks... The man in black who threatens to expose him... The young mechanic with links to a powerful mobster... The mobster's moll who knows what she wants and the people who can get it for her. These are the riders on the Lost Highway, trapped in their worlds of desire, destiny and unknown destination. Featuring a star-studded soundtrack and an incredible cast including Bill Pullman (Independence Day), Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake and Robert Loggia, Lost Highway is a powerful, sensual and extraordinary movie experience from renowned director David Lynch.

  • Medium - Season 7, The Final Season [DVD] Medium - Season 7, The Final Season | DVD | (16/07/2012) from £17.99  |  Saving you £13.11 (37.50%)  |  RRP £34.99

    For seven years, Allison Dubois (Patricia Arquette) has coped with visions of the dead who cry out for justice, while balancing her dream-world with the all-too-real problems of maintaining a career and raising a family. Now, in Medium: The Final Season, her saga reaches its unforgettable conclusion.As Allison continues to help District Attorney Manuel Devalos (Miguel Sandoval) solve crimes, she contends with a dark spirit that haunts co-worker Detective Lee Scanlon (David Cubitt).But her greatest challenge occurs as an ominous prophecy looms over her family. In the hour ofcrisis, her love for her husband Joe (Jake Weber) will face the ultimate test.

  • Stigmata [2000] Stigmata | DVD | (10/07/2000) from £3.40  |  Saving you £15.25 (76.30%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Gabriel Byrne plays Father Kiernan, a young Jesuit priest whose degree in chemistry makes him a sort of priest/detective as he investigates weeping Marys and the like around the world. Meanwhile, Frankie (Patricia Arquette), a rave-generation Pittsburgher, is afflicted with the stigmata--holes that appear in her wrists, resembling the wounds of Christ. The young woman's symptoms filter back to the Vatican and Father Kiernan is assigned to the case. The priest is puzzled by Frankie's atheism; usually the stigmata only appear on the devout (hence the age-old controversy of miracles vs. hysteria). Other manifestations appear on Frankie, and the priest's cardinal (Jonathan Pryce) is brought in, leading to political manoeuvring within the Church hierarchy. The film owes a large and obvious debt to The Exorcist (at one point, Frankie's bed scoots across the room and she levitates into a crucifix position) but to term it an Exorcist rip-off would be to short-change Stigmata. The premise and screenplay are more cerebral than in the l973 film, and the source of the phenomenon is coming from a completely different place. Unfortunately, amid Stigmata's high-octane editing and slick technique, the chills of The Exorcist aren't there, giving the movie a sort of identity crisis: horror movie or intellectual thriller? Several elements of the film challenge basic tenets of the Catholic faith, hence the brief furore that erupted at the time of the film's release; if nothing else, the internal workings of the Church are shown in a very unflattering light indeed. Byrne excels as the sceptical priest, as does Arquette as the tortured young woman. All told, Stigmata is a rather uneven effort but one with a thought-provoking combination of theology and thrills served up in a thoroughly modern, stylish package. Fans of TV's Ally McBeal will recognise Portia De Rossi in a supporting role. --Jerry Renshaw

  • Medium - Season 1 Medium - Season 1 | DVD | (14/08/2006) from £3.55  |  Saving you £31.44 (89.90%)  |  RRP £34.99

    From Emmy Award-winning executive producer creator and director Glenn Gordon Caron (Moonlighting) comes Medium a chilling drama series inspired by the real-life story of research medium Allison Dubois. Patricia Arquette (Lost Highway True Romance) stars as Dubois; a young wife and mother who since childhood has been struggling to make sense of her dreams and visions of dead people. Taking up a role as police consultant she uses her mind to uncover the dark secrets of vicious killers. The risks to her life are enormous but the dead cry out for justice... Episodes Comprise: 1. Pilot 2. Suspicions And Certificates 3. A Couple Of Choices 4. Night Of The Wolf 5. In Sickness And Adultery 6. Coming Soon 7. Jump Start 8. Lucky 9. Coded 10. The Other Side Of The Tracks 11. I Married A Mind Reader 12. A Priest A Doctor And A Medium Walk Into An Execution Chamber 13. Being Mrs. O'Leary's Cow 14. In The Rough 15. Penny For Your Thoughts 16. When Push Comes To Shove

  • Stigmata (1999) Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) Stigmata (1999) Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) | Blu Ray | (17/10/2016) from £8.99  |  Saving you £9.00 (50.00%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Gabriel Byrne plays Father Kiernan, a young Jesuit priest whose degree in chemistry makes him a sort of priest/detective as he investigates weeping Marys and the like around the world. Meanwhile, Frankie (Patricia Arquette), a rave-generation Pittsburgher, is afflicted with the stigmata--holes that appear in her wrists, resembling the wounds of Christ. The young woman's symptoms filter back to the Vatican and Father Kiernan is assigned to the case. The priest is puzzled by Frankie's atheism; usually the stigmata only appear on the devout (hence the age-old controversy of miracles vs. hysteria). Other manifestations appear on Frankie, and the priest's cardinal (Jonathan Pryce) is brought in, leading to political manoeuvring within the Church hierarchy. The film owes a large and obvious debt to The Exorcist (at one point, Frankie's bed scoots across the room and she levitates into a crucifix position) but to term it an Exorcist rip-off would be to short-change Stigmata. The premise and screenplay are more cerebral than in the l973 film, and the source of the phenomenon is coming from a completely different place. Unfortunately, amid Stigmata's high-octane editing and slick technique, the chills of The Exorcist aren't there, giving the movie a sort of identity crisis: horror movie or intellectual thriller? Several elements of the film challenge basic tenets of the Catholic faith, hence the brief furore that erupted at the time of the film's release; if nothing else, the internal workings of the Church are shown in a very unflattering light indeed. Byrne excels as the sceptical priest, as does Arquette as the tortured young woman. All told, Stigmata is a rather uneven effort but one with a thought-provoking combination of theology and thrills served up in a thoroughly modern, stylish package. Fans of TV's Ally McBeal will recognise Portia De Rossi in a supporting role. --Jerry Renshaw

  • Sherlock Hound [DVD] Sherlock Hound | DVD | (12/07/2010) from £12.49  |  Saving you £17.50 (58.40%)  |  RRP £29.99

    Written and Directed by Hayao Miyazaki (Spirited Away) during his time at Japan's largest animation studio TMS. Before he went on to create Totoro and Studio Ghibli Miyazaki captured a whole generation of childrens' imaginations with his retelling of the Sherlock Holmes mysteries using a loveable cast of canines. For the first time ever in the UK all 26 episodes of the cult toon classic are collected into one deluxe box set Sherlock Hound. released as either Famous Detective Holmes or Detective Holmes in Japan is an anime based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes series where all the characters are depicted as anthropomorphic animals the majority dogs though Holmes is a fox and his enemy Professor Moriarty is a wolf. The show featured regular appearances of Jules Verne-steampunk style technology adding a 19th-century science-fiction atmosphere to the series.

  • Flirting With Disaster Flirting With Disaster | DVD | (27/06/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £14.99

    This sexy all-star comedy was cheered by critics and audiences nationwide! In a quest to find his biological parents Mel Coplin joined by his wife and a sexy adoption counselor embarks on a cross-country search for his roots. Yet as he careens from one outrageous situation to another Mel finds himself tempted by the seductive counselor - even as his wife starts a flirtation of her own! By the time they meet up with his free-spirited birth parents the whole situation is spinning

  • Boyhood [Blu-ray] Boyhood | Blu Ray | (19/01/2015) from £4.45  |  Saving you £18.60 (74.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Directed by Richard Linklater and filmed over a 12 year period from 2002 to 2013 Boyhood is a ground breaking cinematic experience following the life of a family. At the centre is Mason (Ellar Coltrane) who with his sister Samantha is taken on an emotional and transcendent journey through the years from childhood to adulthood. Raised by a divorced couple (Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette ). The story follows the boy for twelve years from first grade at age 6 through 12th grade at age 17-18 and examines his relationship with his parents and those around him as he grows. Bonus Features: Featurette Deleted Scenes Making of

  • Lost Highway [DVD] Lost Highway | DVD | (04/06/2012) from £4.85  |  Saving you £8.14 (62.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Haunting sexuality, ricochet action and fleeting, murderous shadows await you on a journey that begins and ends on the Lost Highway. The successful jazz musician whose marriage is on the rocks... The man in black who threatens to expose him... The young mechanic with links to a powerful mobster... The mobster's moll who knows what she wants and the people who can get it for her. These are the riders on the Lost Highway, trapped in their worlds of desire, destiny and unknown destination. Featuring a star-studded soundtrack and an incredible cast including Bill Pullman (Independence Day), Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake and Robert Loggia, Lost Highway is a powerful, sensual and extraordinary movie experience from renowned director David Lynch.

  • Medium - Series 3 - Complete Medium - Series 3 - Complete | DVD | (11/05/2009) from £7.99  |  Saving you £24.00 (60.00%)  |  RRP £39.99

    When others see nothing she sees the truth. Patricia Arquette stars as Allison Dubois - a young mother blessed with psychic abilities who helps District Attorney Manuel Devalos (Miguel Sandoval) and detective Lee Scanlon (David Cubitt) by using her mind to uncover the dark secrets of vicious killers. Medium: Season 3 sees other forces threaten her husband Joe (Jake Weber) and oldest daughters Ariel (Sofia Vassilieva) and Bridgette (Maria Lark). But how can she refuse to listen to the dead when they call out to her in her dreams?

  • Flirting With Disaster [1997] Flirting With Disaster | DVD | (05/08/2002) from £5.15  |  Saving you £-3.97 (-79.60%)  |  RRP £4.99

    Sometimes a filmmaker's second movie gets labelled as a sophomore slump. David O Russell shreds that fate with Flirting with Disaster, an outrageous, free-spirited comedy about private people forced into public situations. Mel Coplin (Ben Stiller) finds the opportunity he's been waiting a lifetime for: an adoption agency rep (Téa Leoni) has located his birth parents and the agency will fly him to California if they can record the reunion. With wife Nancy (Patricia Arquette) and new son in tow, the neurotic Mel is compelled to discover his origins, despite the protests of his neurotic adoptive parents (a wonderful Mary Tyler Moore and George Segal). To give away the plot any more would be a crime, but as the title states, Mel is on a collision course of Oedipal proportions. Russell, who made incest an intriguing black-comedy topic in Spanking, is very liberal with sex, and permits dangerous situations. The two women along for the ride are not just bit players: Leoni (Deep Impact) keeps her high-energy comic routine flying, while the grounded Arquette looks after the baby, despite the mad wanderings of her husband. Stiller is a perfect comic foil.--Doug Thomas, Amazon.com

  • True Romance : Special Edition [1993] True Romance : Special Edition | DVD | (24/02/2003) from £5.38  |  Saving you £8.61 (61.50%)  |  RRP £13.99

    Written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott, True Romance is hilarious, violent and strangely moving. It's part homage to Terence Malick's Badlands, part autobiography, part nerdy male fantasy--and it's Tarantino's first and, some say, finest work. Although it fared poorly at the box office at the time it soon became an established cult classic, with a supporting cast that beggars belief: Brad Pitt, Christopher Walken, James Gandolfini, Val Kilmer, Dennis Hopper, Samuel L Jackson and Gary Oldman all play minor roles, all to devastating effect. Christian Slater stars as Clarence, the video-store clerk who's set up with Patricia Arquette's hooker Alabama on his birthday. They fall in love for real but have to hit the road when Clarence, egged on by the ghost of Elvis, kills Alabama's pimp Drexl (Oldman) and makes off with a consignment of neat cocaine, mistaking it for a suitcase of Alabama's clothes. Now both the police and the mafia are after them. Two among many great sequences stand out. The first is when cop Dennis Hopper, refusing to give up son Clarence to Christopher Walken's mafiosi, makes his famous "The Sicilians were spawned by niggers" speech. In context, it's actually not racist--it's a gesture of great courage and love from dad to son, while also calculated to mock the uptight racial sensibilities of the mafia. The second is when Alabama turns the tables on James Gandolfini's mafia henchman at the motel in a prolonged and brutal sequence which nonetheless emphasises the glowing, pink heart-shaped message at the centre of the film--that true love conquers all, albeit here in a hail of bullets that leaves practically everyone dead. On the DVD: True Romance is excellently reproduced on disc and there is an abundance of extras for this Special Edition. These include a number of mostly superfluous deleted and extended scenes, though the one in which Samuel L Jackson offers his views on the merits of "pussy-eating" is worth catching, as is the "alternate ending", which Tarantino had intended in his script. There is also access to the director's storyboards as well as commentaries from many of the cast, director Scott and from Tarantino himself, who, given his usual reluctance to provide such commentaries, is informative and chatty here. This is a superb package, although this "director's cut" is identical to the previous DVD edition. --David Stubbs

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