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Urban Legend | Blu Ray | (21/07/2008)
from £6.46 | Saving you £13.53 (67.70%) | RRP
Everybody's heard of them yet they have no traceable source. They're Urban Legends contemporary tall-tales that emerge from the underground and take on colourful lives of their own. When a series of strange deaths occur on the campus of Pendleton College student Natalie (Alicia Witt) begins to suspect that there is a bizarre link someone is making urban legends a sinister reality. Her classmates loyal Brenda (Rebecca Gayheart) ambitious journalist major Paul (Jared Leto) and class joker Damon (Joshua Jackson) insist the deaths are just coincidences despite the extraordinary circumstances. But when Natalie gets too close to discovering the killer's demented desire to re-create the ultimate urban legend she realises that she could be the next victim...
Urban Legend | DVD | (01/10/1999)
from £4.89 | Saving you £-6.27 (-104.70%) | RRP
An attractive young woman is driving her car on a dark country road and singing along to the radio. She's running out of gas and so she pulls into a gas station (run by a jittery, stuttering Brad Dourif) but then flees what seems to be an attack, only to find the real threat in her backseat: a hooded killer with an axe who takes her head off with a well-aimed swing. You've heard the story before? Not surprising, given that it's one of the more famous urban legends borrowed for Urban Legend, a post-Scream exercise in self-referential horror. The students at an ivy-covered New England college are turning up dead, the victims of a serial killer who murders in the fashion of the "apocryphal" modern myths. It's all for the benefit of good girl with a dark secret Alicia Witt, the sole witness to most of the killings. Doe-eyed Rebecca Gayheart, as her gullible best friend, and Jared Leto, the ambitious campus journalist who tracks down the secret that hangs over the school, lead a cast of pretty young women, hunky guys and campus characters, notably the suspicious professor Robert Englund, a genre legend in his own right as the star of seven Nightmare on Elm Street films. Take away the cheeky remarks and self-awareness and it's a throwback to the 1970s' rash of teen slasher movies, where sexually active teens are sliced, diced and otherwise slaughtered in elaborate and ingenious ways. The increasingly preposterous film is no Scream but the modestly stylish production has its moments. --Sean Axmaker
Urban Legends | DVD | (17/10/2005)
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Urban Legend (Dir. Jamie Blanks 1998): Everybody's heard of them yet they have no traceable source. They're urban legends contemporary tall-tales that emerge from the underground and take on colourful lives of their own. When a series of strange deaths occur on the campus of Pendleton College student Natalie (Alicia Witt) begins to suspect that there is a bizarre link someone is making urban legends a sinister reality. Her classmates loyal Brenda (Rebecca Gayheart) amb
I Know What You Did Last Summer/American Psycho/Saw | DVD | (03/10/2005)
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<b>I Know What You Did Last Summer (Dir. Jim Gillespie, 1997):</b> On the magic Summer's night of high school's end, Julie, Helen, Ray and Barry get into Barry's new Beamer and drive out to celebrate, their lives and hopes before them. But on the road they have a terrible accident; hit and kill a man. In the shock and panic that follow, they dump the body in the sea rather than reporting the accident. As the body sinks, the hand of the dead man breaks the surface in a last grasp at life, t...