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  • Centurion [DVD] [2010] Centurion | DVD | (16/08/2010) from £5.05  |  Saving you £10.94 (68.40%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Michael Fassbender Dominic West and Olga Kurylenko star in Neil Marshall's (Doomsday The Descent Dog Soldiers) telling of the myth of the Roman army's Ninth Legion Centurion. During the height of the Roman Empire the Ninth Legion was sent to Scotland to defeat the Picts but not one of them ever returned not one of three thousand. This is the story of the fearsome battles they may have faced or what may have enticed them to abandon their Empire.

  • Dog Soldiers [2002] Dog Soldiers | DVD | (17/02/2003) from £5.15  |  Saving you £12.84 (71.40%)  |  RRP £17.99

    An enjoyable low-concept monster movie, Dog Soldiers is basically Night of the Living Dead with werewolves. A platoon on a training exercise in Scotland, already fed up because they are missing a vital England-Germany match, come across the wounded survivor of a special ops team (Liam Cunningham) that has been attacked by monsters. There's a confused conspiracy angle, with a scheme to sacrifice the squaddies in order to capture a werewolf for military uses, but it's mostly a lost patrol picture with the soldiers besieged in a mysteriously abandoned house in the woods, complete with "pork" stew on the boil. The hardman sergeant (Sean Pertwee) is disembowelled early but gruesomely patched up with superglue, letting the sensitive Scot (Kevin McKidd) play hero. A pack of effectively glimpsed Howling-style bipedal werewolves make repeated attacks on the house, whittling the cast down with each invasion. The soldier characterisations are solid cliché, albeit of a British variety rarely seen in horror movies (a highlight of the use of Brit slang is the Geordie shouting "Come on if you think you're hard enough"). The monsters are okay, but writer-director Neil Marshall's strongest suit is his third, as editor, covering for the old-fashioned monster suit effects and making the suspense and action mechanics work. On the DVD: Dog Soldiers is an excellent DVD package complete with two commentary tracks, a British one with Marshall and the cast and an American one with a couple of producers. Both are interesting and rarely overlap, and there's an amusing contradiction between the Brits who rush over script changes they didn't want to make and the Yanks who imposed a sub-plot they feel saved the picture. Also, a bunch of trailers that amusingly spoof a recent army recruitment ad, deleted scenes and outtakes with optional Marshall commentary, a standard making-of featurette, storyboards and Marshall's short film, Combat. --Kim Newman

  • Black Sails: Season 1 [DVD] Black Sails: Season 1 | DVD | (29/09/2014) from £4.99  |  Saving you £25.00 (83.40%)  |  RRP £29.99

    1715. The Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean is at its apex. The former British colony of New Providence Island is now lawless territory controlled by the most notorious pirate captains in history. The most feared among them is Captain Flint. But as the British Navy returns to these waters threatening to exterminate Flint and his crew another side of him emerges. Driven by deep complicated even romantic motives Flint allies himself with the formidable Eleanor Guthrie daughter of the local smuggling kingpin who turns the pirates’ loot into profits. Together they forge a plan to hunt the ultimate prize and by winning it stave off reclamation of their home to ensure their survival. Arrayed against them are a series of opponents: rival captains jealous of Flint's power; Eleanor's father whose ambitions for the island conflict with his daughter’s; and a young sailor John Silver recently recruited onto Flint’s crew who will somehow manage to constantly undermine his captain’s agenda.

  • Centurion [Blu-ray] [2010] Centurion | Blu Ray | (16/08/2010) from £6.09  |  Saving you £18.90 (75.60%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Michael Fassbender Dominic West and Olga Kurylenko star in Neil Marshall's (Doomsday The Descent Dog Soldiers) telling of the myth of the Roman army's Ninth Legion Centurion. During the height of the Roman Empire the Ninth Legion was sent to Scotland to defeat the Picts but not one of them ever returned not one of three thousand. This is the story of the fearsome battles they may have faced or what may have enticed them to abandon their Empire.

  • Tales Of Halloween [Blu-ray] Tales Of Halloween | Blu Ray | (24/10/2016) from £7.89  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Named the best horror anthology since Trick ?r Treat by Fangoria and among the best Halloween-themed horror movies ever made by DailyDead, Tales of Halloween weaves together ten chilling tales from horror's top directors including Neil Marshall (The Descent), Lucky McKee (The Woman) and Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III & IV). Watch in terror as ghosts, ghouls, monsters, aliens, axe murderers and the devil himself delight in terrorising unsuspecting residents of one American suburban neighbourhood across one heart-stopping Halloween night. Special Features: Deleted Scene / Grim Grinning Ghost directed by Axelle Carolyn Behind-The-Scenes / Sweet Tooth directed by Dave Parker Anatomy of a Scene / Friday the 31st directed by Mike Mendez Fun Facts / pop-on video commentary for selected segments (caption file) Photo Gallery / Behind-The-Scenes of Bad Seed Storyboards / Ding Dong

  • The Descent The Descent | DVD | (20/03/2006) from £2.50  |  Saving you £11.10 (69.40%)  |  RRP £15.99

    A group of girls seek adventure on a caving expedition. Deep inside underground caves they find themselves cut off from the world and off the map. Battling to get back to the surface they realise that they are being hunted by an unknown cannibalistic force. Now they must pull together and fight for their very survival.

  • The Descent and The Descent Part 2 [DVD] [2009] The Descent and The Descent Part 2 | DVD | (12/04/2010) from £5.59  |  Saving you £17.40 (75.70%)  |  RRP £22.99

    Titles Comprise: The Descent: Afraid of the dark? You will be! When a young group of female friends go on a climbing expedition they find a lot more than they bargained for. Lost in a cave off the maps they encounter a race of barely human cannibalistic subterraneans who are very very hungry... The Descent 2: The chilling sequel to the critically acclaimed and globally successful horror hit The Descent. Dazed bloodied and speechless with trauma Sarah Carter (Shauna Macdonald) emerges alone from the Appalachian cave system where the events of The Descent took place. Local Sheriff Redmond Vaines forces her back underground to help the rescue team which is desperately searching for her five missing girlfriends. As the team move deeper into the caves Sarah's flashes of fractured memory intensify and she bgins to realise the full horror of the would-be rescue mission. Only Sarah knows the terror which lurks in the shadows of the caves. But they are about to encounter a new tribe of Crawlers inbred deformed and even more viciously feral than those Sarah faced before.

  • The Descent - Limited Edition Steelbook [Blu-ray] The Descent - Limited Edition Steelbook | Blu Ray | (14/04/2014) from £12.75  |  Saving you £7.24 (36.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    On a daredevil caving holiday six girls are trapped underground when an unexpected rock fall blocks their exit. Searching the maze of tunnels for a way out they find themselves hunted by a race of fearless hungry predators once humanoid but now monstrously adapted to live in the dark.

  • Tales Of Halloween [DVD] Tales Of Halloween | DVD | (24/10/2016) from £6.35  |  Saving you £9.64 (60.30%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Named the best horror anthology since Trick ?r Treat by Fangoria and among the best Halloween-themed horror movies ever made by DailyDead, Tales of Halloween weaves together ten chilling tales from horror's top directors including Neil Marshall (The Descent), Lucky McKee (The Woman) and Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II, III & IV). Watch in terror as ghosts, ghouls, monsters, aliens, axe murderers and the devil himself delight in terrorising unsuspecting residents of one American suburban neighbourhood across one heart-stopping Halloween night. Special Features: Deleted Scene / Grim Grinning Ghost directed by Axelle Carolyn Behind-The-Scenes / Sweet Tooth directed by Dave Parker Anatomy of a Scene / Friday the 31st directed by Mike Mendez Fun Facts / pop-on video commentary for selected segments (caption file) Photo Gallery / Behind-The-Scenes of Bad Seed Storyboards / Ding Dong

  • Doomsday [Blu-ray] [2008] Doomsday | Blu Ray | (01/09/2008) from £6.39  |  Saving you £18.60 (74.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    From director Neil Marshall (The Descent Dog Soldiers) and starring Rhona Mitra (Shooter) Bob Hoskins (Outlaw Nixon) and Malcom McDowell (Heroes A Clockwork Orange) Doomsday is an action-packed science-fiction thriller! In Doomsday a lethal virus spreads throughout a major country and kills hundreds of thousands. To contain the newly identified Reaper the authorities brutally quarantine the country as it succumbs to fear and chaos. The literal walling-off works for three decades - until Reaper violently resurfaces in a major city. An elite group of specialists including Eden Sinclair (Mitra) is urgently dispatched into the still-quarantined country to retrieve a cure by any means necessary. Shut off from the rest of the world the unit must battle through a landscape that has become a waking nightmare.

  • The Descent [Blu-ray] [2005] The Descent | Blu Ray | (09/11/2009) from £6.55  |  Saving you £13.44 (67.20%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Afraid of the dark? You will be! When a young group of female friends go on a climbing expedition they find a lot more than they bargained for. Lost in a cave off the maps they encounter a race of barely human cannibalistic subterraneans who are very very hungry...

  • Black Sails: Season 1 [Blu-ray] Black Sails: Season 1 | Blu Ray | (29/09/2014) from £11.99  |  Saving you £28.00 (70.00%)  |  RRP £39.99

    1715. The Golden Age of Piracy in the Caribbean is at its apex. The former British colony of New Providence Island is now lawless territory controlled by the most notorious pirate captains in history. The most feared among them is Captain Flint. But as the British Navy returns to these waters threatening to exterminate Flint and his crew another side of him emerges. Driven by deep complicated even romantic motives Flint allies himself with the formidable Eleanor Guthrie daughter of the local smuggling kingpin who turns the pirates’ loot into profits. Together they forge a plan to hunt the ultimate prize and by winning it stave off reclamation of their home to ensure their survival. Arrayed against them are a series of opponents: rival captains jealous of Flint's power; Eleanor's father whose ambitions for the island conflict with his daughter’s; and a young sailor John Silver recently recruited onto Flint’s crew who will somehow manage to constantly undermine his captain’s agenda.

  • Doomsday Doomsday | DVD | (01/09/2008) from £4.19  |  Saving you £5.80 (58.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    Loud, violent, and proudly derivative, the post-apocalyptic action-thriller Doomsday is the latest from UK cult director Neil Marshall, who impressed horror fans with his previous efforts, Dog Soldiers and The Descent. Both pictures established Marshall as a director with a knack for reinventing well-worn genre pictures, but here, he seems more interested in stitching together favorite scenes and elements from established horror and science-fiction films. Escape from New York is the main source for Doomsday, though there are plenty of nods to The Road Warrior and its multitude of Italian-made carbon copies, as well as the zombie/plague subgenre; the lovely but impassive Rhona Mitra is the Snake Plissken-esque loner sent by police (represented by Bob Hoskins) to infiltrate Scotland, which has descended into anarchy following a viral outbreak. The disease has surfaced in London (now a walled city), and Mitra is dispatched to find a scientist who may possess a cure. Marshall's vision of Scotland in ruins brings together the punk/modern primitive costume design of George Miller's Mad Max trilogy with some eclectic homegrown elements (knights on horseback defending a gang leader's castle), and while these touches are novel, the picture as a whole should ring overly familiar to any viewer who's spent time in the exploitation trenches during the past 25 years. Younger and less discerning audience members will undoubtedly enjoy the plentiful violence and gore, as well as the unbridled performances of the supporting cast, especially stuntwoman/actress Lee-Ann Liebenberg as the heavily tattooed Viper. --Paul Gaita

  • The Descent/Dog Soldiers/28 Days Later The Descent/Dog Soldiers/28 Days Later | DVD | (16/10/2006) from £10.99  |  Saving you £3.00 (15.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Dog Soldiers (Dir. Neil Marshall 2002): A visceral horror about a squad of British soldiers on a routine training exercise in the wilds of Scotland. Their greatest worry is missing the football until they stumble upon Captain Ryan - the sole survivor of a Special Operations team literally torn to pieces. Ryan refuses to reveal the secret of his mission even though whoever ate his men is keen for second helpings. Luckily local girl Megan leads them to a deserted farmhouse deep in the forest but when they realise that this is home to a pack of vicious werewolves it's apparent their nightmare has only just begun. Sean Pertwee stars as the sardonic sergeant with Kevin McKidd as the heroic private and Liam Cunningham as the utterly twisted Ryan. With only each other to rely on the battle between men and monsters is also a battle amongst themselves - in which loyalty bravery and ingenuity is truly put to the test. The Descent (Dir.Neil Marshall 2005): When a young group of female friends go on a climbing expedition they find a lot more than they bargained for. Lost in a cave off the maps they encounter a race of barely human cannibalistic subterraneans who are very very hungry... 28 Days Later (Dir. Danny Boyle 2002): In this film from director Danny Boyle and writer Alex Garland a powerful virus is unleashed on the British public following a raid on a primate research facility by animal rights activists. Transmitted in a drop of blood and devastating within seconds the virus locks those infected into a permanent state of murderous rage. Within 28 days the country is overwhelmed and a handful of survivors begin their attempts to salvage a future little realising that the deadly virus is not the only thing that threatens them...

  • Descent Descent | DVD | (07/09/2006) from £4.19  |  Saving you £3.80 (47.60%)  |  RRP £7.99

    The Descent (UK, 2005) Written and Directed by: Neil Marshall Starring: Shauna Macdonald, Natalie Jackson Mendoza, Alex Reid One of the best times Ive recently had watching a movie; The Descent knows its job and does it well. Its the horror story of a group of British women who travel to the Appalachians for some adventure and excitement deep in a supposed tourist cave. Only when theyve gone too far do they find out the cave was actually unclaimed by mankind, anyway. The creation of writer/director Neil Marshall, who also wrote and directed the highly entertaining Dog Soldiers, The Descent is straightforward and scary. Yes, the synopsis has you thinking of The Cave, but these two films differ in at least one important factor: You should actually watch this one. Im sure there are more, but I dont plan on giving 90 minutes of my life to that other movie. Dog Soldiers was slightly hampered by its special effects, which werent necessarily bad but simply werent used effectively in some scenes. Im a fan of the if-it-looks-dumb-dont-show-it technique, where you arent allowed to see enough of a disappointing costume or creation to laugh at it. Instead, its hiding in the shadows or some other technical trickery is used to fool your eye. The Descent lends itself well to shadows and minimal lighting, but the creature effects are still excellent and the gore makes you squirm.

  • The Descent 2 Disc Special Edition The Descent 2 Disc Special Edition | DVD | (07/11/2005) from £2.98  |  Saving you £15.40 (77.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A group of girls seek adventure on a caving expedition. Deep inside underground caves they find themselves cut off from the world and off the map. Battling to get back to the surface they realise that they are being hunted by an unknown cannibalistic force.

  • The Descent [UMD Universal Media Disc] The Descent | UMD | (31/10/2005) from £21.59  |  Saving you £3.40 (13.60%)  |  RRP £24.99

  • Tom Hanks - Bachelor Party / Big / The Man With One Red Shoe / The Road To Perdition / That Thing You Do [1984] Tom Hanks - Bachelor Party / Big / The Man With One Red Shoe / The Road To Perdition / That Thing You Do | DVD | (13/03/2006) from £12.99  |  Saving you £22.00 (62.90%)  |  RRP £34.99

    Bachelor Party (1984): This outrageously funny look at one man's final moments of bachelorhood stars Tom Hanks as Rick reluctant recipient of a bachelor bash given by a group of friends who view partying as their full-time religion. Rick's worried fiance Debbie (Tawny Kitaen) dresses up in disguise and crashes the party to spy on her future husband. To complicate the night further Debbie's father hires her ex-boyfriend to win back his daughter. It turns out to be an evenin

  • Wanted / Death Race / Doomsday [DVD] [2008] Wanted / Death Race / Doomsday | DVD | (14/09/2009) from £4.99  |  Saving you £10.34 (51.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Titles Comprise: Wanted: 25-year-old Wes (James McAvoy) was the most disaffected cube-dwelling drone the planet had ever known. His boss chewed him out hourly his girlfriend ignored him routinely and his life plodded on interminably. Everyone was certain this disengaged slacker would amount to nothing. There was little else for Wes to do but wile away the days and die in his slow clock punching rut. Until he met a woman named Fox (Angelina Jolie). After his estranged father is murdered the deadly sexy Fox recruits Wes into the Fraternity a secret society that trains Wes to avenge his dad's death by unlocking his dormant powers. As she teaches him how to develop lightning-quick reflexes and phenomenal agility Wes discovers this team lives by an ancient unbreakable code: carry out the death orders given by fate itself. Death Race: Three-time speedway champion Jensen Ames (Statham) is an expert at survival in the harsh landscape that has become our country. Just as he thinks he has turned his life around the ex-con is framed for a gruesome murder he didn't commit. Forced to don the mask of the mythical driver Frankenstein - a crowd favorite who seems impossible to kill - Ames is given an easy choice by Terminal Island's warden (Joan Allen): suit up or rot away in a cell. His face hidden by a metallic mask one convict will be put through an insane three-day challenge. Ames must survive a gauntlet of the most vicious criminals in the country's toughest prison to claim the prize of freedom. Driving a monster car outfitted with machine guns flamethrowers and grenade launchers one desperate man will destroy anything in his path to win the most twisted spectator sport on Earth. Doomsday: A lethal virus spreads throughout a major country and kills hundreds of thousands. To contain the newly identified Reaper the authorities brutally quarantine the country as it succumbs to fear and chaos. The literal walling-off works for three decades - until Reaper violently resurfaces in a major city. An elite group of specialists including Eden Sinclair (Mitra) is urgently dispatched into the still-quarantined country to retrieve a cure by any means necessary. Shut off from the rest of the world the unit must battle through a landscape that has become a waking nightmare.

  • Centurion/ Pathfinder Double Pack [DVD] Centurion/ Pathfinder Double Pack | DVD | (03/10/2011) from £4.25  |  Saving you £7.40 (57.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    CenturionCenturion isn't just a rousing adventure, but a return to form for The Descent director Neil Marshall after the disappointing Doomsday. Irish actor Michael Fassbender (Inglourious Basterds) plays Quintus Dias, a Roman soldier attempting to defend the Empire against Northern England's indigenous Pict population, when they take him captive. Once General Virilus (The Wire's Dominic West), who inspires fierce devotion in his men, gets wind of the skirmish, he sets out to vanquish opposition leader Gorlacon (Ulrich Thomsen) with the aid of Etain (Quantum of Solace's Olga Kurylenko), a mute tracker. Though his Ninth Legion, which includes Bothos (David Morrissey) and Brick (Liam Cunningham, Fassbender's Hunger costar), tracks down Quintus, the Picts slaughter most other comrades and seize Virilus, shifting the battle for conquest into a struggle for survival, a Marshall specialty since Dog Soldiers. Only Arianne (Solitary Man's Imogen Poots), a medicine woman who treats Bothos's wounds, arrives as a light in the darkness, holding out the promise of romance should Quintus make it out of Pict territory alive. Though Centurion isn't a world away from historical epics like Braveheart and Gladiator--and succumbs to some of the same genre clichés--Marshall conjures up more of a Western feel with the Romans standing in for cowboys and the Picts for Indians. There's carnage aplenty, but also stunning Highland vistas in shades of emerald and teal. And though Fassbender is a fine actor, West and Kurylenko end up stealing the show by virtue of their more dynamic performances. --Kathleen C. Fennessy PathfinderPathfinder is a curious, cross-genre movie with elements of horror, sword-clanging fantasy, historical fiction, and Native American mysticism. A classic story of an outsider-hero, Pathfinder is set approximately five centuries before the arrival of Columbus in the New World, a time when Vikings were claiming real estate in Greenland and eastern North America. A young Norse boy is abandoned by his disapproving, conqueror-father and adopted by an aboriginal tribe. He grows up to become Ghost (Karl Urban), almost-but-not-entirely accepted by natives, yet a fierce swordsman and defender of Indians after a terrible assault on those whom he loves best. Clancy Brown (The Shawshank Redemption) plays the fiercest of the invaders, a merciless leader who tangles with Ghost?s inherent prowess as a fighter, and engages in a psychological as well as physical struggle with him in the film?s final third, which involves a harrowing journey through an avalanche-prone mountain path. Russell Means (The Last of the Mohicans) is a typically comforting presence as the all-wise Pathfinder, leader of a tribal nation and Ghost?s supporter, while Moon Bloodgood (Eight Below) is outstanding as a love interest with nerves of steel. Marcus Nispel (who directed the 2003 remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) guides the brutal if often exhilarating action as if it were amplified history. He makes the point for a contemporary audience that Vikings were as terrifying a danger to those whom they conquered as, say, Klingons are in Star Trek--precisely by making his Vikings seem so reminiscent of Klingons. --Tom Keogh

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