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  • Simon and The Witch - Series One & Two (25 episodes) (BBC) [DVD] Simon and The Witch - Series One & Two (25 episodes) (BBC) | DVD | (23/10/2017) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Based on the books by Margaret Stuart Barry, Simon and The Witch tells the magical adventures of a little boy Simon who befriends a very mischievous witch! All 25 episodes of this classic BBC Children's show are on 2-disc DVD for the first time. Starring Elizabeth Spriggs, Hugh Pollard, David Crane, Joan Sims, Sarah Wynter, Nicola Stapleton, Ilan Ostrove & Joe Grossi.

  • The 6th Day [2000] The 6th Day | DVD | (04/06/2001) from £2.56  |  Saving you £0.77 (12.90%)  |  RRP £5.99

    For a movie about cloning, it's only appropriate that The 6th Day, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, is instilled with a strong sense of déjà vu, namely from Arnold's previous "Who am I?" outing, Total Recall. In that movie, Arnold is a normal Joe who discovers that his entire reality has been co-opted by an evil conspiracy, and has to take his life back by force. The same premise applies here for Roger Spottiswoode's clever if overlong sci-fi thriller--Arnold thinks he's a regular guy leading a regular life, until a twist of fate puts him on the run from a vast conspiracy that's replaced him with a clone. While he's trying to evade the evil genetics corporation--and its trendy, deadly, clone-friendly assassins (who don't care how many times they're killed: there's more where that came from)--his double is snuggling at home with his wife and daughter. And new legislation outlaws the existence of human clones, so somebody's got to go. But who gets to be live and who gets to be the dead Memorex man? Why does said genetics corporation want to clone people? How does the kindly scientist (Robert Duvall) fit in? What's the mystery behind the slick billionaire (Tony Goldwyn) who runs everything? It's all kind of irrelevant in the end, as long as it provides a chance for Arnold to indulge in some energetic mayhem and explosive action. What distinguishes The 6th Day is its sneaky, humorous--and chilling--look at the near future, taking everyday technological advances and turning them up just a couple notches, envisioning an era with cloned pets, virtual girlfriends, and computers running most everything, from the refrigerator to your car. Arnold is supposed to be a throwback to the "real" world--you can tell because he cherishes his vintage, navigation-system-free Cadillac--but as usual, he just brings his behemoth presence to the role and not much else. Still, he's a friendly enough hero, and he rolls with the punches (literally) all the way through to the end. Too bad the film overstays its welcome by about half an hour--a little shorter and it could have been a breezy sci-fi/action romp. With scene stealers Michael Rooker, Sarah Wynter, and Rod Rowland as the trio of cloned assassins who always come back--again and again. --Mark Englehart, Amazon.com

  • 24 - Series 1-6 - Complete 24 - Series 1-6 - Complete | DVD | (19/11/2007) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £169.99

    Series 1: The first episode begins at midnight on the day of the California Presidential Primary. Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) heads up the government's Counter-Terrorist Unit. He discovers that there's going to be an assassination attempt on Senator Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) an African-American presidential candidate. Bauer faces a battle against the clock to avert disaster. The series follows several characters as they live through a day that none of them will forget. For Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert) a night on the town takes an unexpected turn. Teri (Leslie Hope) sets out to find Kimberly and encounters more danger than she ever imagined possible. Senator Palmer unaware there's going to be an attempt on his life faces the threat of a long buried scandal resurfacing. Meanwhile Jack with help from his Chief-of-Staff Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke) is charged with the responsibility of stopping the assassination. But who can he trust when it appears a rogue element inside the Agency is in on the hit? And all the time the clock keeps ticking... Series 2: Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) and the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) race to prevent a nuclear bomb being detonated by terrorists in Los Angeles in the second season of 24. Series 3: When the head of a Mexican drug cartel is imprisoned by Jack Bauer (Sutherland) a plot ensues to blackmail the US Government with the threat of a released bio-weapon that will kill millions to ensure his release. With Palmer seeking re-election to a second term will Jack survive this day? Series 4: 18 months after day 3 CTU has a new leader Erin Driscoll a steely government agent who made firing Jack one of her first priorities. After the explosion of a commuter train Jack who is now working for Secretary of Defense James Heller and also is romantically involved with Heller's married daughter Audrey Raines suddenly finds himself heading back to CTU for a meeting with Driscoll. Jack believes that the train explosion is a prelude for bigger things to come... Series 5: 18 months have passed since the events of Day 4. With the exception of David Palmer Tony Almeida Michelle Dessler and Chloe O'Brian the world believes that Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) is dead... Jack is in fact living under the name of Frank Flynn and conceals his identity by taking a manual job on an oil rig. However when President Logan is placed at the centre of a labyrinthine conspiracy involving the signing of a vital U.S. - Russian arms treaty Jack is forced back into action! Season 6 picks up 20 months after last season's shocking season finale when Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) was captured by Chinese government agents - battered bloodied and header for points unknown. Wayne Palmer (DB Woodside) is now the President of the United States. After a series of horrific terrorist attacks Palmer and his team of advisors begin an unthinkable nail-biting day.

  • Lost Souls [2001] Lost Souls | DVD | (21/05/2001) from £3.35  |  Saving you £16.64 (83.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Almost the last of the millennial blip of disappointing Devil movies, Lost Souls is a scrambling of themes from The Omen, The Exorcist and Rosemary's Baby. It is more serious and stylish than End of Days, Stigmata and Bless the Child, but stuck with a screenplay that manages to be just as ridiculous. Maya Larkin (Winona Ryder), a disturbingly intense young woman who was once exorcised of an evil spirit, puzzles out a numeric code scrawled by a possessed mathematician and leaps to the conclusion that true crime writer Peter Kelson (Ben Chaplin) is due to be transformed into the Antichrist on his upcoming 33rd birthday. The rational Kelson assumes Maya is a lunatic, but after an attempt is made on his life by a rogue priest he notices that the people around him are in a Satanic conspiracy and that his lifelong streak of good luck has been engineered at enormous cost by a cult of witches. As the dreaded birthday nears, Maya and Peter take drastic steps to avert the ascendancy of Evil. Ryder is wildly overqualified for the star role but at least manages to suggest an interesting mix of guile and fanaticism. There are a few good ideas (an apparition we take to be a phantom which turns out to be a real knife-wielding killer, Chaplin searching his own apartment to find evidence of Satanic protections everywhere), but ex-cinematographer Kaminski (Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan) concentrates so hard on bleaching images and grainy effects that he fails to do much with the lumpy storyline, the obligatory British ham (here, John Hurt) cast as a troubled priest, the too-obvious perfidy of the Mystery Satanist Villain, and more laugh-out-loud lines than Little Nicky. On the DVD: The film might not be a masterpiece, but it gets a fine package--good-looking widescreen transfer (it was directed by a cinematographer, after all), 20 minutes' worth of deleted or alternate scenes (including a snippet of Exorcist-like levitation in a flashback), several sound mixes (Dolby Digital, DTS 5.1, Dolby Surround 2.0) that allow you to appreciate the unusually layered and ominous soundtrack, a trailer, a full-length unapologetic commentary by Kaminski, cast notes and an eerie menu. --Kim Newman

  • 24: Series 1-4 24: Series 1-4 | DVD | (08/08/2005) from £11.99  |  Saving you £97.00 (80.80%)  |  RRP £119.99

    Series 1: The first episode begins at midnight on the day of the California Presidential Primary. Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) heads up the government's Counter-Terrorist Unit. He discovers that there's going to be an assassination attempt on Senator Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) an African-American presidential candidate. Bauer faces a battle against the clock to avert disaster. The series follows several characters as they live through a day that none of them will forget. For Kimberly (Elisha Cuthbert) a night on the town takes an unexpected turn. Teri (Leslie Hope) sets out to find Kimberly and encounters more danger than she ever imagined possible. Senator Palmer unaware there's going to be an attempt on his life faces the threat of a long buried scandal resurfacing. Meanwhile Jack with help from his Chief-of-Staff Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke) is charged with the responsibility of stopping the assassination. But who can he trust when it appears a rogue element inside the Agency is in on the hit? And all the time the clock keeps ticking... Series 2: Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) and the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) race to prevent a nuclear bomb being detonated by terrorists in Los Angeles in the second season of 24. Series 3: When the head of a Mexican drug cartel is imprisoned by Jack Bauer (Sutherland) a plot ensues to blackmail the US Government with the threat of a released bio-weapon that will kill millions to ensure his release. With Palmer seeking re-election to a second term will Jack survive this day? Series 4: 18 months after day 3 CTU has a new leader Erin Driscoll a steely government agent who made firing Jack one of her first priorities. After the explosion of a commuter train Jack who is now working for Secretary of Defense James Heller and also is romantically involved with Heller's married daughter Audrey Raines suddenly finds himself heading back to CTU for a meeting with Driscoll. Jack believes that the train explosion is a prelude for bigger things to come...

  • The 6th Day [Blu-ray] [2000] The 6th Day | Blu Ray | (07/04/2008) from £14.39  |  Saving you £5.60 (28.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    The 6th Day stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as Adam an ace pilot in the very near future who is having a serious identity crisis. An illegal corporation illegally cloned him and now they're trying to kill him to hide the evidence. Torn from his beloved family and faced with a shocking exact duplicate of himself Adam races against time to reclaim his life and save the world from the underground cloning movement. From the director of Tomorrow Never Dies The 6th Day also stars powerhouse actors Robert Duvall and Michael Rapaport. Prepare for a high-tech sci-fi blast with twice the Arnold and twice the action!

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