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Jungle | DVD | (01/01/2018)
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From the director of Wolf Creek and staring Daniel Radcliffe, JUNGLE is the true story of one man s fight for survival as he ventures in to the Amazon rainforest. What starts as a dream adventure quickly descends in to a harrowing and desperate nightmare.
The Pianist | DVD | (15/01/2007)
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A brilliant pianist a Polish Jew witnesses the restrictions Nazis place on Jews in the Polish capital from restricted access to the building of the Warsaw ghetto. As his family is rounded up to be shipped off to the Nazi labor camps he escapes deportation and eludes capture by living in the ruins of Warsaw.
Next | DVD | (24/09/2007)
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Las Vegas showroom magician Cris Johnson has a secret which is a gift and a curse which torments him: he can see a few minutes into the future. Sick of the examinations he underwent as a child and the interest of the government and medical establishment in his power he lies low under an assumed name in Vegas performing cheap tricks and living off small-time gambling 'winnings.' But when a terrorist group threatens to detonate a nuclear device in Los Angeles government agent Callie
Hitman: Agent 47 | DVD | (26/12/2015)
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HITMAN: AGENT 47 centers on an elite assassin who was genetically engineered from conception to be the perfect killing machine, and is known only by the last two digits on the barcode tattooed on the back of his neck. He is the culmination of decades of research – and forty-six earlier Agent clones – endowing him with unprecedented strength, speed, stamina and intelligence. His latest target is a mega-corporation that plans to unlock the secret of Agent 47’s past to create an army of killers whose powers surpass even his own. Teaming up with a young woman who may hold the secret to overcoming their powerful and clandestine enemies, 47 confronts stunning revelations about his own origins and squares off in an epic battle with his deadliest foe.
Stalingrad (20th Anniversary Edition) | DVD | (03/11/2014)
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Stalingrad - a name forever associated with the horrors of war at their most unimaginable and traumatic. Survivors from both sides describe their harrowing experiences and provide some of the last eyewitness accounts that will ever be recorded. Gripping reports from people close to the Center of power alternate with these moving testimonies. Particularly chilling are excerpts from 8 mm films shot by soldiers during the siege. Russian archives opened their doors to the filmmakers granting them exclusive access to documents and rare footage of Stalingrad. Archival film was digitally restored and scanned in HD with some colouration of b/w material. Finally 3-D animation helped recreate the city of Stalingrad and document its destruction in the course of the trilogy.
Stalingrad | DVD | (23/06/2014)
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'Stalingrad' is an epic look at the battle that turned the tide of World War II. A band of determined Russian soldiers fight to hold a strategic building in their devastated city against a ruthless German army and in the process become deeply connected to two Russian women who have been living there. The disc contains the English dub as well as the Russian original version with English subtitles.
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.
The Celestine Prophecy | DVD | (07/05/2007)
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Based on James Redfield's worldwide best-selling novel The Celestine Prophecy is a spiritual adventure film chronicling the discovery of ancient scrolls in the rainforests of Peru. The prophecy and its nine key insights predict a worldwide awakening arising within all religious traditions that moves humanity toward a deeper experience of spirituality.
Hostel: Part III | DVD | (23/01/2012)
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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. Special Features: Commentary with Director Scott Spiegel and Kip Pardue
King Kong | DVD | (10/04/2006)
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Movies don't come any bigger than Peter Jackson's King Kong, a three-hour remake of the 1933 classic that marries breathtaking visual prowess with a surprising emotional depth.
The Bible - Esther | DVD | (29/11/2010)
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A powerful story of love passion and religious conflict! Esther a young and beautiful Hebrew woman cousin to the cunning Mordecai charms Xerxes and the royal court to become queen. But Esther has hidden her religious and tribal background; when the king's chief treasurer devises a plan to persecute and kill the Jews Esther has to make some tragic life-altering decisions...
Stalingrad | DVD | (22/10/2001)
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It's tempting to call the harrowing Stalingrad a World War II version of All Quiet on the Western Front, since both films take the perspective of ordinary German soldiers at ground level. Stalingrad surveys the misery of the battle of Stalingrad, the winter siege that cost the lives of almost one and a half million people--Russian defenders and German invaders alike. Not unlike Spielberg's approach to Saving Private Ryan, German director Joseph Vilsmaier rarely steps outside the action to comment on the higher purpose of the war, assuming the audience is aware of the evil of the Nazi regime. Instead, we simply follow a group of soldiers as they endure a series of gut-wrenching episodes, events that have the tang of authenticity and horror. Vilsmaier has a taste for symbolism and surreal touches, which only add to the unsettling sense of insanity this movie conjures up so well. --Robert Horton
The Pianist | DVD | (01/03/2004)
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Winner of the prestigious Golden Palm award at the 2002 Cannes film festival, The Pianist is the film that Roman Polanski was born to direct. A childhood survivor of Nazi-occupied Poland, Polanski was uniquely suited to tell the story of Wladyslaw Szpilman, a Polish Jew and concert pianist (played by Adrien Brody) who witnessed the Nazi invasion of Warsaw, miraculously eluded the Nazi death camps, and survived throughout World War II by hiding among the ruins of the Warsaw ghetto. Unlike any previous dramatization of the Nazi holocaust, The Pianist steadfastly maintains its protagonist's singular point of view, allowing Polanski to create an intimate odyssey on an epic wartime scale, drawing a direct parallel between Szpilman's tenacious, primitive existence and the wholesale destruction of the city he refuses to abandon. Uncompromising in its physical and emotional authenticity, The Pianist strikes an ultimate note of hope and soulful purity. As with Schindler's List, it's one of the greatest films ever made about humanity's darkest chapter. --Jeff Shannon
The Pianist | DVD | (18/08/2003)
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Based on the extraordinary events of Polish musician Wladyslaw Szpilman's life, The Pianist gave Roman Polanski the chance to revisit and distil his own experiences living as a Polish Jew during World War II. A long-awaited project for the director, this personal angle has resulted in a deeply affecting film that marks a startling return to form for Polanski. Szpilman (Adrien Brody) is a pianist recording a recital for a local radio station when bombs drop on Warsaw in 1939, just before the Nazi occupation of the city really begins to take hold. As he and his family are slowly stripped of their rights, they endure the humiliation of being forced to live in a walled ghetto, already overcrowded with the entire Jewish population of Warsaw. In a lucky twist, Szpilman is handed the chance to escape, given that he leaves his family in the ghetto to be inevitably shipped off to concentration camps, becoming a fugitive living in terror and isolation. Taking a classical and measured approach to structure and style, Polanski's elegant film depicts the brutalities and dehumanising experiences that Szpilman endured without making him a hero; he is more of an observer who is tortured by what he helplessly watches. With the film focusing on events entirely from his experiences yet furnished with very little dialogue, Brody gives a subtle yet powerful performance and the end result is devastating. This is as much a standout film for Polanski as it is for his immensely talented leading man. On the DVD: The Pianist arrives on disc with a surprisingly sparse amount of extras. Only one is really substantial: "A Story of Survival", a 45-minute making of feature which gives a lot of time to Roman Polanski and his own experiences; both of making the film and relating it to his time spent in the Krakow ghetto during World War II. Adrien Brody also features, talking about his preparation for the role and his experiences working with Polanski on such a personal project. Featuring alongside is footage of the real Warsaw ghetto taken by Nazi soldiers and the photographs used as a basis for some of the film's key scenes. Most poignant are the images of the real Szpilman, who died in 2000, still finding pleasure in playing the piano despite his horrendous past. A photo gallery, trailer, posters and filmographies are perfunctory additions. --Laura Bushell
Resident Evil 2: Apocalypse | DVD | (07/02/2005)
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2002's popular video-game-derived hit Resident Evil didn't inspire confidence in a sequel, but Resident Evil: Apocalypse defies odds and surpasses expectations. It's a bigger, better, action-packed zombie thriller, and this time Milla Jovovich (as the first film's no-nonsense heroine) is joined by more characters from the popular Capcom video games, including Jill Valentine (played by British hottie Sienna Guillory) and Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr, from 1999's The Mummy). They're armed and ready for a high-caliber encounter with devil dogs, mutant "Lickers," lurching zombies, and the leather-clad monster known only as Nemesis, unleashed by the nefarious Umbrella Corporation responsible for creating the cannibalistic undead horde. Having gained valuable experience as a respected second-unit director on high-profile films like Gladiator and The Bourne Identity, director Alexander Witt elevates this junky material to the level of slick, schlocky entertainment. --Jeff Shannon
Immortal | DVD | (05/06/2006)
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New York 2095. In a strange pyramid floating in the sky the gods of ancient Egypt are judging Horus. In the city a young women with blue hair and tears is arrested but she has a secret power even to herself... Based on Enki Bilal's own series of comic books La Foire Aux Immortels and La Femme Pige this was one all the first feature films to use an entirely digital backlot (in which actors were filmed in front of green screens and the background were added digitally afterwards).
Open Grave | DVD | (13/10/2014)
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Jon (Sharlto Copley District 9 Elysium) wakes up in a pit of dead bodies with no memory of who he is or how he got there. Fleeing the scene he breaks into a nearby house and is met at gunpoint by a group of terrified strangers all suffering from memory loss. Suspicion gives way to violence as the group starts to piece together clues about their identities but when they uncover a threat that's more vicious - and hungry - than each other they are forced to figure out what brought them all together before it's too late.
Dario Argento's Dracula | DVD | (29/09/2014)
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Thomas Kretschmann and Rutger Hauer star in Dario Argento's take on the famous vampire story. When Tania (Asia Argento), a young woman, is attacked and killed by a mysterious dark shadow in the woods on her way home from meeting her lover, she emerges days later having been turned into a vampire. As she tries to seduce and bite anyone who gets in her way, vampire hunter Van Helsing (Hauer) traces her every move, plotting a way to kill her once and for all.
King Kong | DVD | (19/03/2007)
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The eighth wonder of the world. It is 1933 and vaudeville actress Ann Darrow (Oscar nominee Naomi Watts) has found herself - like so many other New Yorkers during the Great Depression - without the means to earn a living. Unwilling to compromise and allow herself to sink into a career in burlesque she considers her limited options while aimlessly wandering the streets of Manhattan. When her hunger drives her to unsuccessfully try to steal an apple from a fruit vendor's stall she is rescued - literally - by filmmaker and multiple hyphenate Carl Denham (Jack Black). It seems that the entrepreneur-raconteur-adventurer is no stranger to theft having that day lifted the only existing print of his most recent and unfinished film from under his studio executives' noses when they threatened to pull his completion funds. Carl has until the end of the day to get his crew onboard the Singapore-bound tramp steamer the S.S. Venture in hopes of completing his travelogue/action film. With that the showman is certain he will finally achieve the personal greatness he knows awaits him around the corner - and although the crew believe that corner to be Singapore Denham actually hopes to find and capture on film the mysterious place of legend: Skull Island. Unfortunately for Carl his headlining actress has pulled out of his project but his search for a size-four leading lady (the costumes have all been made) has fatefully led him to Ann. The struggling actress is reluctant to sign on with Denham until she learns that the up-and-coming socially relevant playwright Jack Driscoll (Oscar winner Adrien Brody) is penning the screenplay - the fees his friend Carl pays for potboiling adventure are a welcome supplement to Driscoll's nominal income from his stage plays. With his newly discovered star and coerced screenwriter reluctantly onboard Denham's 'moving picture ship' heads out of New York Harbor... and toward a destiny that none aboard could possibly foresee...
The Stendhal Syndrome | DVD | (21/05/1999)
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On the trail of a deranged serial rapist and killer Detective Anna Manni (Asia Argento) hides her own secret: she suffers from the Stendhal Syndrome a mental condition which makes her retreat into frightening hallucinations when confronted with works of art. Her quarry the sadistic Alfredo Grossi (Thomas Kretschmann) discovers her condition and uses it against Anna to reduce her to a helpless victim. Subjected to these savage relentless attacks Anna is a powerless witness as his murder spree continues. Now alone she has to face her own fears her own terrors and the terrible legacy of the Stendhal Syndrome...