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Director Jeremy Wooding
Peep Show - Series 1 - 5 | DVD | (16/06/2008)
from £4.19 | Saving you £45.80 (91.60%) | RRP
Meet Mark (David Mitchell) and Jeremy (Robert Webb). Mark's the sensible one a working professional with a slightly disconcerting interest in WWII. Jeremy is a lazy waster with half-arsed dreams of becoming a musician but can never get his act together. As ever their deepest darkest thoughts and feelings are revealed as they try in vain to find their place in the modern world and to find love and fulfilment.
Peep Show - Series 1-6 - Complete | DVD | (02/11/2009)
from £7.95 | Saving you £43.25 (72.10%) | RRP
Peep Show: Series 1-6
Blood Moon | DVD | (05/10/2015)
from £6.69 | Saving you £9.30 (58.20%) | RRP
Colorado 1887. After killing a bank teller in cold blood two notorious outlaws (Corey Johnson &ndash; Ex Machina; Raffaello Degruttola &ndash; Rush) take a stagecoach full of passengers hostage in a bid to aid their getaway. Little do they realise that amongst the passengers is enigmatic gunslinger Calhoun (Shaun Dooley - Woman In Black) the last person they want standing in their way. However it soon becomes apparent that a bigger menace lurks in waiting; one to be feared by civilian and outlaw alike&hellip; a beast that only appears on the night of a blood red moon. Mixing werewolves the Wild West and a wicked sense of humour BLOOD MOON is a gory gothic western&hellip;with a bite!
Bollywood Queen | DVD | (22/03/2004)
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A young Asian girl gets caught up in a Romeo and juliet style romance as she falls in love with a west-country lad. While disapproving families on both sides make life difficult the East meets the East End as Bollywood comes to London.
MAGNIFICENT ELEVEN, The (DVD) | DVD | (13/05/2013)
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A feel-good British comedy in a similar vein to The Full Monty and Bend it like Beckham with a nod to Slumdog Millionaire, released on DVD 13th May 2013 The Cowboys are a local Sunday soccer team who always seem to finish bottom of the league. Now, they've finally run out of money and after losing yet another match they do what they always do to drown their sorrows - go to the pub and head off for an Indian. Barred from every Indian restaurant in town due to their bad behaviour, there's only the Taj Tandoori left to go for the Cowboys last team meal. When it comes to paying the bill the realization of not having enough money finally hits home but instead of calling the Police the owner offers the Cowboys a sponsorship deal they just can't refuse. Financing the team to keep it going the Cowboys in exchange must work as waiters in his restaurant, rename the team the Taj Cowboys and sport a ridiculous new football strip. Unknown to the Cowboys the restaurateur is really using them as security against a local racketeer run by a psychotic gangster known only as American Bob (Robert Vaughn). Reasoning with American Bob only leads to more misery and destruction but when the chips are down the Cowboys and the Indians form the most unlikely of alliances as they take on American Bob and his mighty bandits head on. Together they'll prove that... Eleven united can never be defeated. Special Features: Trailer Commentary with Director Jeremy Wooding and Producer John Adams Four Behind-The-Scenes Featurettes.
Peep Show 1-3 Box Set | DVD | (06/11/2006)
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Peep Show is the innovative comedy series from Channel 4 seen through the eyes of the core characters Mark and Jez. In an inventive twist their inner thoughts and feelings can be heard - whether they be dark stupid or embarrassingly over-blown. This release features the first three series of the Golden Rose winning sitcom. Yes it's moorish very moorish indeed!
Peep Show - Series 1-4 | DVD | (05/11/2007)
from £17.98 | Saving you £27.01 (60.00%) | RRP
This 4 Disc box set encompasses the complete Series 1 2 3 & 4 of the award-winning comedy The Peep Show following the inner lives of two very ordinary weirdoes; wannabe popstar Jeremy (Robert Webb) and Mark (David Mitchell) a 50 year old in a twentysomething body.