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Lark Rise to Candleford Series 4 | DVD | (07/03/2011)
from £6.99 | Saving you £13.00 (65.00%) | RRP
Continuing the popular and heart-warming BBC series based on Flora Thompson's memoir of life in late 19th century rural Oxfordshire. This charming series set in a small hamlet and its neighbouring town sees the return of favourite characters such as Dorcas Laura the Pratts Alf and Minnie - and a fond welcome home for Alf's mother Caroline. Candleford has a new arrival in Gabriel Cochrane the handsome and once wealthy owner of a large iron foundry - now bankrupt and homeless and looking for a fresh start. Dorcas offers him a job and a home and the people of Candleford take him to their hearts. But will Gabriel manage to shake off the ghosts of his past and embrace a new life? And will Dorcas stop meddling in other people's lives long enough to find happiness for herself? Elsewhere a heartbroken Ruby Pratt returns home to find Daniel settled in all too comfortably at the Stores; Emma is left reeling when financial disaster strikes; Alf and Minnie's romance blossoms; and Twister tests Queenie's patience to the limit with his most audacious money-making scheme yet.
The All Together | DVD | (24/09/2007)
from £2.96 | Saving you £10.52 (65.80%) | RRP
Martin Freeman plays Chris a frustrated TV producer who is forced to leave his unreliable flatmate Bob (Velibor Topic) in charge of showing a series of real estate agents around the house he is trying to sell. Worried by Bob's habit of spending all day working in the basement playing loud music Chris asks his friend to listen out for the door bell and show anyone who comes calling inside. Bob promises to do exactly that and for once not to let him down. Over the course of the day whilst Chris struggles to cope with his insane TV presenter colleague Jerry (Richard Harrington) back at the house it is soon clear that bonkers Bob is taking his promise to Chris rather too literally. Bob has indeed allowed anyone inside including a couple of gun-toting gangsters - an incompetent young Brit (Danny Dyer) and an incontinent American (Corey Johnson). That evening Chris is surprised to return home and find his flatmate four estate agents two Jehovah's Witnesses a corpse and a terrified children's entertainer in what remains of his flooded kitchen. Of course a roomful of water and broken furniture doesn't mean the end of the world - but the half-crazed American sitting outside the toilet with a gun just might.
Daddy's Girl | DVD | (17/03/2008)
from £5.49 | Saving you £7.50 (57.70%) | RRP
Daddy's Girl is a chilling psychological horror feature. Heavily influenced by cult Japanese horror the film uses striking imagery to tell this dark haunting story. Stephen (Richard Harrington) is a psychiatrist struggling to hold his life together. Enduring perpetual grief over the violent death of his beautiful wife his life is fraught with pain and tragedy. Surviving only through his copious intake of prescribed drugs Stephen is anxious to return to work. When a close colleague at the hospital takes pity on him and reinstates him as Duty Psychologist Stephen is soon confronted with a troubled teenage girl called Nina (Jaime Winstone). With an obsession for cutting herself and a seemingly increasing blood-lust Nina displays sinister behaviour which begins to push the boundaries of teenage angst. Are her actions merely a symptom of an unhappy home life or are they rooted in a much more sinister cause? Set in bleak and ominous locations Daddy's Girl will drag you through seduction manipulation wilful betrayal and a haunting that refuses to desist. Daddy's Girl exploits the increasingly blurred distinction between psychosis and reality. It explores the fragile relationships between people and the explosive metamorphoses that comes with adolescence. It is a film that asks questions that you do not always want to know the answers to.