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The Mutilator | Blu Ray | (15/02/2016)
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Cult slasher. Ten years after a young boy accidentally shoots his mother dead, he turns up with his friends for a holiday at the family beach house and is surprised to discover his father's collection of unusual weapons. He is even more surprised when his friends start to disappear, each of them, one by one, meeting a bizarre and gory death...
Sharknado 1-4 Box Set | DVD | (05/09/2016)
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Faced with the most unnatural of storms and repeatedly battered by airborne sharks, over and over, in all 4 sensational movies, Fin and April Shepard have survived surrounding bloodbaths, bites and beheadings from the greatest of maelstroms the Sharknado! From New York to Washington, and Florida to Las Vegas, armed with his chainsaw, explosives and guns, the duo have to save the world not once, not twice, but four times from the ferocious sharks raining from the sky With a star-studded cast across the entire series featuring, David ?The Hoff' Hasselhoff, Jedward, George R. R. Martin, Jerry Springer and Patti Stanger, this is one serial splatter-fest to be experienced in all its gory glory! Relive the global cult sensation and social media phenomenon from its bloody beginning to its biting end, in this sharktastic, shark-infested 1-4 movie collection!
Drone | DVD | (03/07/2017)
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Ideologies collide with fatal results when a military drone contractor meets an enigmatic Pakistani businessman.
Battle Royale | Blu Ray | (16/04/2012)
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One Dead. 41 To Go. Battle Royale is back. It’s time to return to the island and kill your friends, because the cult Japanese movie that defines twisted action and sickening violence is ready to shock you all over again. In a world where teenagers have no respect and adults are losing control there can be only one solution: Battle Royale! Now, see what happens when you let a high school class loose on an island, arm them and then give them a simple choice... Kill your friends or have them kill you; with poison, cross-bows, machetes and dynamite. ‘Beat’ Takeshi Kitano (Violent Cop, Zatoichi) is a teacher pushed to the edge by his unruly charges. Kidnapped and gassed, his class wake up with exploding metal rings around their necks. If they rebel, they could lose their heads. Now they have three days and only one is permitted to survive this grisly battle to the death. Directed by the master of 70s Yakuza thrillers Kinji Fukasaku and featuring Kill Bill star Chiaki Kuriyama, Battle Royale is the movie that helped to define extreme Asian cinema in the 21st Century. Special Features: Reversible sleeve containing original artwork Collector’s booklet by Tom Mes, author of ‘The Midnight Eye Guide to New Japanese Film’ illustrated with stills, artwork and a printed interview with director Kinji Fukasaku Brand new restored transfer in glorious high definition 1080p of both films Brand new subtitle translation on both features Original theatrical trailer The making of Battle Royale: The Experience of 42 High School Students
The Hound of the Baskervilles | Blu Ray | (01/06/2015)
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Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. Sherlock Holmes is the most filmed character of all time but it is arguably this 1959 re-telling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle s classic tale The Hound of the Baskervilles, from legendary horror studio Hammer and starring genre stalwarts Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, which stands as the super sleuth s finest cinematic hour. Rising up out of the swirling mists of Dartmoor, Baskerville Hall stands tall and gloomy. Its occupant, Charles Baskerville, has been found dead in mysterious circumstances. Could Sir Charles have been the victim of the so-called Baskerville Curse , which tells of a deadly beast that stalks the surrounding countryside? Unperturbed by the legend, next-in-line Sir Henry Baskerville (a rare leading man performance from Lee) sets out to Dartmoor to assume inheritance of the family estate, under the auspices of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes and right-hand man Dr. Watson (Andre Morell). Imbued with an atmosphere as thick as fog, The Hound of the Baskervilles is a superlative gothic yarn which benefits from game performances from Cushing, Lee and Morell, as well as the expert direction of Terence Fisher, known for helming many of Hammer s most celebrated efforts including The Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula and The Devil Rides Out.
Hannibal Lecter Trilogy - 2010 version + Silence of the Lambs | DVD | (20/09/2010)
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Box Set Comprises: Red Dragon: The first and most terrifying chapter in the Hannibal Lecter Trilogy. Anthony Hopkins returns in his finest and most chilling performance yet as the malevolent Dr. Hannibal Lecter. FBI agent Will Graham (Edward Norton Fight Club) is called out of early retirement to catch a serial killer known as The Tooth Fairy. To stop the brutal murders from continuing Graham must first let Lecter inside his head. Prepare to be disturbed as Graham confronts the brilliantly sinister Lecter in this dark and heart-pounding thriller. With an outstanding cast including Oscar Nominees Ralph Fiennes Emily Watson and Harvey Keitel plus Mary Louise Parker and Philip Seymour Hoffman. To understand the origin of evil you must first go back to the beginning. The Silence Of The Lambs: This powerful five-time-Academy Award winner will chill you to the bone. When FBI Agent Clarice Starling (Jodie Foster) is assigned a case involving a monstrous serial killer she seeks counsel from an imprisoned cannibalistic psychiatrist - Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Anthony Hopkins) whose fascination with the young woman is as great as his hunger for murder. As their relationship develops Starling must confront her own demons - and an evil so powerful that she may not have the courage or strength to stop it! Hannibal: Ten years have passed since FBI agent Clarice Starling faced the ingenious Dr. Hannibal Lecter...ten years of watching wondering and waiting. But now the wait is over. The sophisticated killer re-emerges in Florence Italy ready to entice Clarice into their old game of cat-and-mouse. Yet she isn't the only one interested in capturing him. Another mind with a dubious motive - ravenous vengeance - also wishes to stake his claim to the enigma that is Hannibal. But of these three brilliant minds whose cunning will prevail?
Bride of Re-animator Dual-Format Blu-ray & DVD | Blu Ray | (17/10/2016)
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Brian Yuzna's Bride of Re-Animator (1990) was one of the last hurrahs for special-effects-based horror films before CGI extended the ease with which the impossible could be put on screen. Like its predecessor, Re-Animator, Bride is very loosely based on HP Lovecraft's stories of Herbert West, a scientist with a taste for investigation that knows no boundaries, especially not those of good taste. He and his agonisingly liberal sidekick Cain have discovered an improvement on their original serum--now they can not only bring the dead back to life but also assemble them from parts first. Jeffrey Combs gives a wonderfully dour performance as West, not even cracking a smile when a creature he has concocted from fingers and an eye-ball is running around the room unseen by a pestering detective. This is the sort of film that constantly escalates its macabre elements--the surviving villain of the first film has been left as simply an animated head, but that does not stop him pursuing his revenge on West, nor finding ways of using West's new techniques along the way. It all makes for cheerfully gruesome fun. On the DVD: Bride of Re-Animator is presented in an anamorphic widescreen visual aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and its Dolby 2.0 does what little can be done with the muddy soundtrack, but is rather better with the jauntily creepy score. The only special features on this Tartan issue are the trailer, the director's production notes and a reel of trailers for other Tartan horror movies. --Roz Kaveney
Memento | Blu Ray | (04/10/2010)
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From director Christopher Nolan a unique and intriguing thriller that begins with the ultimate act of revenge and backtracks through time to reveal the shocking and provocative reasons behind it. Leonard Shelby (Guy Pearce) remembers everything up to the night his wife was brutally raped and murdered. But since that tragedy he has suffered from short-term memory loss and cannot recall any event the places he has just visited or anyone he has met just minutes before. Determined to find out why his wife was killed the only way he can store evidence is on scraps of paper by taking Polaroid photos and tattooing vital clues on his body. Throughout his investigation he appears to have the help of both bartender Natalie (Carrie-Anne Moss) who may have her own secret agenda and police officer Teddy (Joe Pantoliano) whose friendship is always suspect. As Shelby's fractured memory tries to piece together a chilling jigsaw of deceit and betrayal in reverse breathtaking twists and surprising turns rapidly occur in the most challenging original and critically acclaimed thriller in years.
The Shining | Blu Ray | (03/03/2008)
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Jack Torrance (Jack Nicholson) becomes the caretaker of the Overlook Hotel up in the secluded mountains of Colorado. Jack being a family man takes his wife and son to the hotel to keep him company throughout the long and isolated nights. During their stay strange things occur when Jack's son Danny sees gruesome images powered by a force called The Shining and Jack is heavily affected by this. Along with writer's block and the demons of the hotel haunting him Jack has a complete mental breakdown and the situation takes a sinister turn for the worse. Please note: This is the UK theatrical cut with a run time of 115 minutes.
Hammer House of Horror | DVD | (23/10/2017)
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Though Hammer Films ceased theatrical production in the mid-1970s, the TV series Hammer House of Horror afforded the studio a last hurrah in 1980. Though it uses original scripts rather than adaptations of published stories, the series feels like an update of Hammer's earlier Journey to the Unknown, with a mix of contemporary settings, predictable twist endings, mock-gruesome horror, mild sex, familiar TV faces and sly camp that puts it on the shelf somewhere between Nigel Kneale's Beasts and Roald Dahl's Tales of the Unexpected. The shows are variously directed by Hammer regulars Don Sharp (Kiss of the Vampire), Peter Sasdy (Countess Dracula), Robert Young (Vampire Circus) and Alan Gibson (Dracula AD 1972). --Kim Newman Volume One Episodes: "The House That Bled to Death; "The Silent Scream"; "Two Faces of Evil". A box set is also available.
Evil Dead | DVD | (12/08/2013)
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Evil Dead the highly anticipated reboot of Sam Raimi's 1981 cult-hit horror film The Evil Dead is produced by the original team of Rob Tapert Sam Raimi (Spider Man 3) and Bruce Campbell (Spider Man 3) and features a fresh young cast. Evil Dead is a bone-chilling film that combines all the raw excitement and gleeful gore of the acclaimed original with a series of shocking new twists. A remote cabin in the woods becomes a blood-soaked chamber of horrors when a group of 20-something friends unwittingly awakens an ancient demon in Evil Dead. Mia (Jane Levy) a young woman whose life has been marred by loss and addiction asks her brother David (Shiloh Fernandez) his girlfriend Natalie (Elizabeth Blackmore) and their childhood friends Olivia (Jessica Lucas) and Eric (Lou Taylor Pucci) to join her at the family's rustic cabin to help her overcome her demons. Once there she ceremoniously destroys the last of her stash and swears off drugs for good in front of her friends. Inside they are shocked to discover that the abandoned cabin has been broken into. The cellar has been transformed into a grotesque altar surrounded by dozens of mummified animals. Eric becomes fascinated with an ancient book he discovers there. In thrall to its mysterious contents he reads aloud from it never suspecting the terrifying consequences he is about to unleash.
Ganja & Hess (1973) Dual Format (Blu-ray & DVD) | Blu Ray | (26/01/2015)
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Flirting with the conventions of blaxploitation and the horror cinema Bill Gunn&rsquo;s revolutionary independent film Ganja &amp; Hess is a highly stylized and utterly original treatise on sex religion and African American identity. Duane Jones (Night of the Living Dead) stars as anthropologist Hess Green who is stabbed with an ancient ceremonial dagger by his unstable assistant (director Bill Gunn) endowing him with the blessing of immortality and the curse of an unquenchable thirst for blood. When the assistant&rsquo;s beautiful and outspoken wife Ganja (Marlene Clark) comes searching for her vanished husband she and Hess form an unexpected partnership. Together they explore just how much power there is in the blood. Later recut and released in an inferior version this edition represents the original release restored by The Museum of Modern Art with support from The Film Foundation and mastered in HD from a 35mm negative. Bonus Features: Brand new 1080p high-definition transfer Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Feature-length commentary with producer Chiz Schultz lead actress Marlene Clark cinematogropher James Hinton and composer Sam Waymon Select scene commentary with historian David Kalat The Blood of the Thing: film historian David Kalat leads an interview-based documentary about the film Gunn&rsquo;s original screenplay available via DVD-Rom and BD-Rom Reversible Sleeve 24-page booklet featuring a new essay by critic and author Kim Newman and a vintage letter written by Gunn to the New York Times illustrated with archival images
Fear the Walking Dead - Season 2 | DVD | (05/12/2016)
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After witnessing the burning of Los Angeles, Madison, Travis, Daniel and their grieving families board the ?Abigail', still unaware of the true breadth and depth of the apocalypse that surrounds them. But as Operation Cobalt goes into full effect and the military bombs the Southland to cleanse it of the Infected, the Dead are driven toward the sea. As the group head for ports unknown, they will discover that the water may be no safer than land.
Under the Skin | DVD | (14/07/2014)
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An alien entity inhabits the earthly form of a seductive young woman who combs the Scottish highways in search of the human prey it is here to plunder. It lures its isolated and forsaken male victims into an otherworldly dimension where they are stripped and consumed. But life in all its complexity starts to change the alien. It begins to see itself as 'she' as human with tragic and terrifying consequences. Under the Skin is about seeing ourselves through alien eyes. Under The Skin starring Scarlett Johansson is Jonathan Glazer's critically-acclaimed third feature after Sexy Beast and Birth. Special Features: Behind-the-Scenes interviews on: Camera Casting Editing Locations Music Poster Design Production Design Script Sound VFX
Hostel - Part I-III Box Set | DVD | (23/01/2012)
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Hostel Presented by genre master Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction) and written & directed by Eli Roth (Cabin Fever), Hostel is a dark, bloody exploration of torture and evil. The film centres on two young Americans backpacking through Europe who find themselves lured in as victims of a murder-for-profit business. Graphic and deeply disturbing, Hostel is one of the most brutal films ever made! Hostel: Part II Hostel: Part II is the shocking and gruesome sequel of the underground torture ring where rich businessmen pay to torture and murder their victims. The second installment in this terrifying franchise centres around three young American women (Lauren German, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Bijou Phillips, Bully, and Heather Matarazzo, Welcome to the Dollhouse) who are studying in Rome. They are lured into a hostel by a beautiful young woman who sells them as the next victims of a murder-for-profit business. Hostel: Part III High stakes gambling takes on a sinister new meaning in this third chapter of the terrifying Hostel series. While attending a bachelor party in Las Vegas, four friends are enticed by two sexy escorts to join them at a private party way off the Strip. Once there, they are horrified to find themselves the subjects of a perverse game of torture, where members of the Elite Hunting Club are hosting the most sadistic show in town.
Dead Snow 2: Red Vs Dead | Blu Ray | (12/01/2015)
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Having crashed his car after fleeing the ski lodge where his friends were all brutally murdered by a battalion of Nazi zombies Martin wakes up in hospital attempting to convince the police that he is not the one who killed them. Little do they know the undead fascists are very much still &lsquo;living&rsquo; and on their way down the mountain to carry out their final orders of wiping out a nearby town and everyone in it. With time running out it&rsquo;s up to Martin and his new American allies to save the town from zombie-annihilation and defeat them once and for all.
Buried | DVD | (14/02/2011)
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Paul is a U.S. contractor working in Iraq. After an attack by a group of Iraqis he wakes to find he is buried alive inside a coffin. With only a lighter and a cell phone it's a race against time to escape this claustrophobic death trap.
Silent Running | DVD | (03/11/2008)
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After creating many of the innovative special effects for 2001: A Space Odyssey, Douglas Trumbull tried his hand at directing, and 1971's Silent Running marked an impressive debut. (In addition to creating the visual effects for Close Encounters of the Third Kind and directing 1983's Brainstorm, Trumbull later turned to the creation of high-tech cinematic amusement park rides.) One of the best science-fiction films of the 1970s, Silent Running stars Bruce Dern as Freeman Lowell, a nature-loving crewmember aboard the Valley Forge, a gigantic spaceship in a small fleet that carries the last surviving forests of the Earth, which has fallen victim to overpopulation and ecological neglect.Freeman's name reflects his nonconformist philosophy, which runs counter to the prevailing recklessness of his three ill-fated crewmates, who are eager to jettison their precious payload and return to the bleakness of Earth. Before they can sabotage the forests, Freeman does what he must, and spends the remainder of his mission with three robotic "drones" as his only companions, struggling to maintain his sanity in the vastness of space. Dern is superb in this memorable role, representing the lost soul of humankind as well as the back-to-nature youth movement of the 1960s and the pre-Watergate era. (Appropriately, Joan Baez sings the film's theme song.) A rare science-fiction film that combines bold adventure with passionate social conscience, Silent Running will remain relevant as long as the Earth is threatened by the ravages of human carelessness. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
The Mummy's Shroud (Double Play) | Blu Ray | (22/10/2012)
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In 1920 an archaeological expedition discovers the tomb of an ancient Egyptian child prince. Returning home with their discovery, the expedition members soon find themselves being killed off by a mummy, which can be revived by reading the words off the prince's burial shroud.
Hellraiser | Blu Ray | (03/07/2017)
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Having made his reputation as one of the most prolific and gifted horror writers of his generation (prompting Stephen King to call him "the future of horror"), Clive Barker made a natural transition to movies with this audacious directorial debut from 1987. Not only did Barker serve up a chilling tale of devilish originality, he also introduced new icons of horror that since have become as popular among genre connoisseurs as Frankenstein's monster and the Wolfman. Foremost among these frightful, Hellraiser visions is the sadomasochistic demon affectionately named Pinhead (so named because his pale, bald head is a geometric pincushion and a symbol of eternal pain). Pinhead is the leader of the Cenobites, agents of evil who appear only when someone successfully "solves" the exotic puzzle box called the Lamont Configuration--a mysterious device that opens the door to Hell. The puzzle's latest victim is Frank (Sean Chapman), who now lives in a gelatinous skeletal state in an upstairs room of the British home just purchased by his newlywed half-brother (Andrew Robinson, best known as the villain from Dirty Harry), who has married one of Frank's former lovers (Claire Higgins). The latter is recruited to supply the cannibalistic Frank with fresh victims, enabling him to reconstitute his own flesh--but will Frank succeed in restoring himself completely? Will Pinhead continue to demonstrate the flesh-ripping pleasures of absolute agony? Your reaction to this description should tell you if you've got the stomach for Barker's film, which has since spawned a number of interesting but inferior sequels. It's definitely not for everyone, but there's no denying that it's become a semiclassic of modern horror. --Jeff Shannon