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Charmed- the complete collection series 1-8 has just been released as a box set. Follow the beautiful 'charmed' lives of these modern witches as they lurch from one supernatural story, full of incredible effects and exciting cliffhangers.

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  • Charmed - Season 7 Charmed - Season 7 | DVD | (05/06/2006) from £9.69  |  Saving you £50.30 (83.80%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The challenges come fast and furious for the Halliwell sisters in Charmed: The Complete Seventh Season. Some of them are pretty exotic, too: a visit from Lady Godiva, who inspires a certain, unexpected freedom in witchy sisters Phoebe (Alyssa Milano), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Paige (Rose McGowan) while dodging the evil designs of a nasty land baron. Shakti and Shiva, the ultimate lovers of Hinduism, manage to occupy the bodies of Piper and still-evolving Whitelighter Leo (Brian Krause) at a very bad time: The consummation of their love will destroy the universe. An ex-demon turned professor at the Magic School falls under a spell that causes him to believe he's Robin Hood and that Phoebe is Maid Marian. And it goes on like that: an invisible demon posing as an imaginary friend to a child; a time-travel trip to 1899 (and the site of a tragic fire) that strands Phoebe; the arrival of Pandora's Box in the hands of a shape-shifting visitor from the Underworld. Things never quiet down for the Halliwells, and their lives are even more complicated by Zankou (Oded Fehr), who shows up in a running storyline about his effort to release the Shadow, the ultimate power, and steal the Book of Shadows, which is crucial to the sisters' witchcraft. Meanwhile, Leo must make a crucial choice in order to release Piper and Phoebe from their deaths at the hands of yet another demon: Should he save them or engage in magic that will ultimately rob him of his free will? An exciting season full of new changes and characters, transitions, children, and much else, Charmed: The Complete Seventh Season carries on this long-running television show's breathless pace and intriguing mix of the arcane and ordinary. --Tom Keogh

  • Charmed - Season 5 Charmed - Season 5 | DVD | (06/03/2006) from £14.95  |  Saving you £43.15 (71.90%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The complete fifth season following the adventures of three modern day witches juggling their supernatural abilities with the demands of every day life. Episode Comprise: 1. A Witch's Tail (Part 1) 2. A Witch's Tail (Part 2) 3. Happily Ever After 4. Siren Song 5. Witches in Tights 6. The Eyes Have It 7. Sympathy for the Demon 8. A Witch in Time 9. Sam I Am 10. Y Tu Mummy Tambien 11. The Importance of Being Phoebe 12. Centennial Charmed 13. House Call 14. Sand Fran

  • Charmed - Season 4 Charmed - Season 4 | DVD | (21/11/2005) from £19.98  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Episodes comprise: 1. Charmed Again (Part 1) 2. Charmed Again (Part 2) 3. Hell Hath No Fury 4. Enter The Demon 5. Size Matters 6. A Knight To Remember 7. Brain Drain 8. Black As Cole 9. Muse To My Ears 10. A Paige From The Past 11. Trial By Magic 12. Lost And Bound 13. Charmed And Dangerous 14. The Three Faces Of Phoebe 15. Marry-Go-Round 16. The Fifth Halliwell 17. Saving Private Leo 18. Bite Me 19. We're Off To See The Wizard 20. Long Live The Queen 21. Womb Raider 22. Which

  • Charmed - Season 3 Charmed - Season 3 | DVD | (03/10/2005) from £6.99  |  Saving you £53.00 (88.30%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Protecting the innocent vanquishing evil and evil doers and generally righting wrongs are not exactly on the agenda of every twenty-something on the fast track to discovering what life's all about. But for the Halliwell sisters this has become their destiny. Prue the oldest is driven to succeed and dislikes the free-spirited antics of the youngest sister Phoebe. Piper the earthy middle sister mediates between her siblings. Phoebe discovers The Book of Shadows in the attic and th

  • Charmed - Season 8 Charmed - Season 8 | DVD | (30/04/2007) from £11.98  |  Saving you £48.01 (80.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Season eight of Charmed brings the story of the Halliwell sisters to a satisfying conclusion, but not without a lot of bumps on the road for the witchy trio. The season begins with Paige (Rose McGowan ), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano)--exhausted after years of magical responsibility for protecting the mortal world and fighting off demons--pretending to be dead and hiding behind new appearances. (The characters, when seen in mirrored reflections or through the eyes of others, are played by different actresses.) The gambit works smoothly for awhile, until each of the sisters begins missing aspects of her old life and feeling a sense of responsibility for protecting the innocent. Meanwhile, a gaggle of restless, young demons suspect that the Halliwells aren't really dead at all, and are out to prove it. While fending off new demonic plots to take over the sisters' San Francisco home and seize control of a school of magic, Piper and Phoebe's father, Victor (James Read), takes care of Piper and Leo's kids at the near cost of his own life. Also, Phoebe falls for a sculptor (Jason Lewis) early in the season and Cupid (Victor Webster) himself later on; Paige considers a career in law enforcement; and a newcomer arrives on the scene: Billie (Kaley Cuoco), a young witch with a flashy, Buffy-like style as demon-slayer. Billie's story provides a narrative backbone to Charmed: The Final Season. Powerful but untutored, Billie reluctantly becomes a protégé of Paige, learning the ropes of witchcraft just as Paige did a couple of seasons back. The problem is that Billie makes a well-intentioned mess of a number of situations (at one point, she draws the attention of a Homeland Security agent to her powers), and then goes rogue when her long-lost sister shows up and turns Billie against the Halliwells. The latter half of the season slowly draws to a showdown between the two sets of siblings, but as always, there are lot of storylines with plenty of other issues and action to worry about. Longtime Charmed fans will certainly enjoy the series finale, an imaginative, time-travel tale in which some of the main characters meet different versions of themselves, and we all get a peek into what the future holds in store for the Halliwells as individual women. --Tom Keogh

  • Charmed - Series 1-8 - Complete [DVD] Charmed - Series 1-8 - Complete | DVD | (07/09/2009) from £38.30  |  Saving you £88.00 (58.70%)  |  RRP £149.99

    In Charmed the three Halliwell sisters have accepted their destiny of protecting the innocent and vanquishing evil doers even though that is generally not on the agenda of every twenty-something on the fast track to discovering what life's all about. Prue (Doherty) the oldest is driven to succeed and dislikes the free-spirited antics of the youngest sister Phoebe (Milano). Piper (Combs) the earthy middle sister mediates between her siblings. Prue has the power to move objects Piper to freeze time and Phoebe to see the future. The sisters must band together to protect themselves and the world from the dark demonic forces that seek to destroy them.

  • Charmed - Season 1 Charmed - Season 1 | DVD | (06/06/2005) from £2.59  |  Saving you £0.00 (0.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    Charmed: The Complete First Season recaptures a period when television's WB network was particularly keen on series about the supernatural and specially powered characters. The original home of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and future launch pad for Angel and Smallville, the WB debuted Charmed in 1998 with many of the same intriguing ironies that made those other shows click. Specifically, the greater a character's powers, the more vulnerable he or she becomes; the more superhuman, the more painfully obvious one's lonely, fragile humanity. The Halliwells, a trio of witch heroines and siblings at the center of Charmed, is a case in point. Phoebe (Alyssa Milano) returns to her San Francisco family home after losing her job, and moves in with her older sisters Prue (Shannen Doherty) and Piper (Holly Marie Combs). On her first night back, Phoebe finds the Book of Shadows in the attic and recites a spell giving all three women unique powers they were always meant to have: Prue suddenly has the gift of telekinesis, Piper can make time stand still, and Phoebe can see into the future. All well and good, but along with those extraordinary abilities is a new awareness of dark forces in the world from which mortals need protection. In some cases, those forces have been plotting a long time to steal the Halliwell's magical legacy once they awakened to it--and now they will never let up. Evil warlocks, demons, ancient curses, Grimlocks, and Wendigos (the last two are best left explained by their respective episodes), however, are only half the battle on this sexy dramedy, in which more ordinary matters of emotional and real-world survival also preoccupy the Halliwells. An important ally, Inspector Andy Trudeau (Ted King), is Prue's ex-lover, a delicate detail that mixes pain with duty as the couple rekindles their troubled relationship while solving otherworldly crimes. In "Dead Man Dating," Piper falls for the ghost of a murdered man who needs help, and later competes with Phoebe for the attention of a handyman, Leo (Brian Krause). Jobs and money are always an issue, too. At one time or another, Phoebe works as a psychic, Piper as a caterer, and Prue finds a job at an auction house. As with Buffy, the engine of Charmed is the seamless, sometimes-comic, sometimes-tender way in which all these dynamics in the magic and non-magic worlds blend together, presenting young adult challenges that are both unique and somehow terribly familiar. It is particularly fun to watch this series grow, deepen, and experiment during its first year. The season's true highlight is probably "That 70s Episode," in which the Halliwells go back in time to meet their younger selves. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com

  • Charmed - Season 2 Charmed - Season 2 | DVD | (01/08/2005) from £8.99  |  Saving you £51.00 (85.00%)  |  RRP £59.99

    In Charmed the three Halliwell sisters have accepted their destiny of protecting the innocent and vanquishing evil doers even though that is generally not on the agenda of every twenty-something on the fast track to discovering what life's all about. Prue (Doherty) the oldest is driven to succeed and dislikes the free-spirited antics of the youngest sister Phoebe (Milano). Piper (Combs) the earthy middle sister mediates between her siblings. Prue has the power to

  • Charmed - Season 6 Charmed - Season 6 | DVD | (03/04/2006) from £7.49  |  Saving you £49.01 (81.70%)  |  RRP £59.99

    The complete sixth season following the adventures of three modern day witches juggling their supernatural abilities with the demands of every day life. Episodes Comprise: 1. Valhalley of the Dolls (Part 1) 2. Valhalley of the Dolls (Part 2) 3. Forget Me... Not 4. The Power of Three Blondes 5. Love's A Witch 6. My Three Witches 7. Soul Survivor 8. Sword and the City 9. Little Monsters 10. Chris-Crossed 11. Witchstock 12. Prince Charmed 13. Used Karma 14. The Legend of Sleepy

  • Charmed: Seasons 1-4 - Limited Edition Leatherette Box Set (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk)   Charmed: Seasons 1-4 - Limited Edition Leatherette Box Set (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) | DVD | (21/11/2005) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £229.99

    In 'Charmed' the three Halliwell sisters have accepted their destiny of protecting the innocent and vanquishing evil doers even though that is generally not on the agenda of every twenty-something on the fast track to discovering what life's all about. Prue (Doherty) the oldest is driven to succeed and dislikes the free-spirited antics of the youngest sister Phoebe (Milano). Piper (Combs) the earthy middle sister mediates between her siblings. Prue has the power to move objects Piper to freeze time and Phoebe to see the future. The sisters must band together to protect themselves and the world from the dark demonic forces that seek to destroy them... Season 1: 1. Something Wicca This Way Comes 2. I've Got You Under My Skin 3. Thank You for Not Morphing 4. Dead Man Dating 5. Dream Sorcerer 6. The Wedding from Hell 7. The Fourth Sister 8. The Truth Is Out There... and It Hurts 9. The Witch Is Back 10. Wicca Envy 11. Feats of Clay 12. The Wendigo 13. From Fear to Eternity 14. Secrets and Guys 15. Is There A Woogy in the House? 16. Which Prue Is It Anyway? 17. That '70s Episode 18. When Bad Warlocks Go Good 19. Out of Sight 20. The Power of Two 21. Love Hurts 22. Deja Vu All Over Again Season 2: 1. Witch Trial 2. Morality Bites 3. The Painted World 4. The Devil's Music 5. She's A Man Baby A Man! 6. That Old Black Magic 7. They're Everywhere 8. P3 H2O 9. Ms. Hellfire 10. Heartbreak City 11. Reckless Abandon 12. Awakened 13. Animal Pragmatism 14. Pardon My Past 15. Give Me A Sign 16. Murphy's Luck 17. How to Make A Quilt Out of Americans 18. Chick Flick 19. Ex Libris 20. Astral Monkey 21. Apocalypse Not 22. Be Careful What You Witch For Season 3: 1. The Honeymoon's Over 2. Magic Hour 3. Once Upon A Time 4. All Halliwell's Eve 5. Sight Unseen 6. Primrose Empath 7. Power Outage 8. Sleuthing With The Enemy 9. Coyote Piper 10. We All Scream For Ice Cream 11. Blinded By The Whitelighter 12. Wrestling With Demons 13. Bride And Gloom 14. The Good The Bad And The Cursed 15. Just Harried 16. Death Takes A Halliwell 17. Pre-Witched 18. Sin Francisco 19. The Demon Who Came In From The Cold 20. Exit Strategy 21. Look Who's Barking 22. All Hell Breaks Loose Season 4: 1. Charmed Again (Part 1) 2. Charmed Again (Part 2) 3. Hell Hath No Fury 4. Enter The Demon 5. Size Matters 6. A Knight To Remember 7. Brain Drain 8. Black As Cole 9. Muse To My Ears 10. A Paige From The Past 11. Trial By Magic 12. Lost And Bound 13. Charmed And Dangerous 14. The Three Faces Of Phoebe 15. Merry-Go-Round 16. The Fifth Halliwell 17. Saving Private Leo 18. Bite Me 19. We're Off To See The Wizard 20. Long Live The Queen 21. Womb Raider 22. Which Way Now?

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