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  • Infernal Affairs [2004] Infernal Affairs | DVD | (28/06/2004) from £2.97  |  Saving you £4.78 (31.90%)  |  RRP £14.99

    With Infernal Affairs, Hong Kong filmmakers Wai Keung Lau and Siu Fai Mak have successfully taken a smart script and a great cast, added some stylistic cinematography, and dual-fistedly given a new twist to a formulaic genre. Lau Kin Ming (Andy Lau), a young, loyal gangster, is ordered by his Triad boss Sam (Eric Tsang) to join the police force. While on the inside the young mole can keep a close eye on police activity, ensuring the gang's activities will not be interrupted. Police Superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) has a similar plan. He takes a bright, ambitious police cadet Yan (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) and makes him an undercover cop with plans to get him inside the Triads. Years pass and both are now deep into their assigned roles. Undercover cop Yan, more or less living the life of a gangster, is now a member of Boss Sam's group, and "Officer" Lau has all the appearance of a good cop trying to bust up the Triads' drug ring. During a bust that could finally bring down Boss Sam, the moles inadvertently become aware of each other's existence, and each is left wondering who is on the inside. What follows is a unique and exciting twist on the classic cat and mouse chase in which each man is not fighting for his life, but for his anonymity. In addition to its plot twists, what lifts Infernal Affairs above the standard cop story is its subtle exploration of the relative nature of good and evil. Part action, part psychological examination, Infernal Affairs is a sharp and fresh take on the classic crime story, and the inspiration for a 2006 Martin Scorsese remake (The Departed). Not to be missed. --Rob Bracco

  • Terminator 2 - Judgment Day [Blu-ray] [1991] Terminator 2 - Judgment Day | Blu Ray | (01/06/2009) from £10.41  |  Saving you £14.58 (58.30%)  |  RRP £24.99

    The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) a cyborg sent back through time joins forces with Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) a woman haunted by nightmares of mankind's inevitable nuclear destiny. Together they must protect her son John (Edward Furlong) - the boy destined to lead the freedom fighters of the future - from the deadliest machine ever created the liquid metal T-1000 (Robert Patrick).

  • 4.3.2.1 [Blu-ray] 4.3.2.1 | Blu Ray | (04/10/2010) from £19.99  |  Saving you £5.00 (20.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    From the BAFTA winning British Actor/ Writer/ Director Noel Clarke comes 4 3 2 1 a sexy gripping thriller following three days in the lives of four very different girls. Starring some of Britain and America's most exciting rising stars including Emma Roberts (Nancy Drew Wild Child) Tamsin Egerton (St. Trinian's) Ophelia Lovibond (Nowhere Boy London Boulevard) and Shanika Warren-Markland (Adulthood) the four intricately woven stories are about four best friends who become involved in a major diamond heist. Whilst Jo (Emma Roberts) is chained down in a dead end supermarket job her friends are all out on their own separate adventures: Cassandra (Tamsin Egerton) is jetting off to New York to meet her internet boyfriend; Kerrys (Shanika Warren Markland) is on a one woman crusade fighting for female liberation and Shannon (Ophelia Lovibond) is on a one way trip to meet her maker. But a chance encounter with some diamond thieves sends their separate worlds on a collision course with not only each other but fate itself. These 4 girls are about to have 3 days they will never forget spanning to 2 cities. That is... if they survive. 4 Girls 3 Days 2 Cities 1 Chance... Clarke has previously written the critically acclaimed Kidulthood which was followed by the UK smash hit sequel Adulthood which he wrote and directed.

  • Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence | DVD | (27/02/2006) from £3.98  |  Saving you £20.54 (66.30%)  |  RRP £30.99

    The first ever anime film to be nominated for the Cannes International Film Festival's highly prestigious Palme D'Or Ghost In The Shell 2: Innocence is a breathtaking technical and visual achievement four years in the making. A work that is as equally groundbreaking as its predecessor it seamlessly combines 2-D and 3-D CG animation techniques to produce an action-packed sci-fi fable of a solitary cyborg struggling to retain what's left of his humanity in a world where

  • Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray) Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray) | Blu Ray | (24/06/2013) from £11.19  |  Saving you £18.80 (62.70%)  |  RRP £29.99

    There are too many body parts flying around Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters to single out the tongue that has nearly been gnawed off in the cheek of its clever premise that fairy-tale heroes have grown up into savage supernatural mercenaries. Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton strut around like 18th-century Avengers in leather uniforms, cursing up a storm of modern vernacular and bearing an inventive array of historically and mechanically impossible weapons such as grenades, crossbows, tasers, machine guns, and other weapons of witch-killing mass destruction. It's all a big joke of course, and one that the movie wears boldly and without a shred of irony. To quibble with its gaps in narrative logic or be righteously indignant that the script is often a slapdash mess is to miss the point that it's all meant to be a pile of plain old silly fun. After their childhood trauma at the gingerbread house, the famous Teutonic siblings are now in the business of killing witches full time, hiring themselves out to villages plagued by ugly, evil women wearing loads of scary makeup (Famke Janssen being the evilest and scariest) who feed on the townsfolk's kids. They do their job well and the movie spares no opportunity to show the effect of their fantastical arsenal with profusions of firepower, explosions, viscera, and disgusting cartoon violence, decapitation being the most favoured method of killing by the movie and the title characters both. As the latest in the trend of revisionist fairy-tale telling, Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters takes the low road whenever possible, but it does so with a blithe spirit, a foul mouth, and the above-mentioned gore galore to create a B-movie soul that pities any sort of critical over-analysing. It's also pretty funny. There are several inspired offhand moments, such as the missing-children notices slapped on the sides of farmers' milk cans or the way Hansel has to make time for insulin injections because of the gingerbread overdoses he endured at the hand of the proto witch he and Gretel encountered as children. The art direction, wardrobe, and anachronistically engineered props that propel the story all have a cool steampunk design theme and make the silliness pretty hard to resist. Renner, Arterton, and Janssen aren't really taking things too seriously, which is fine because neither are we. This is the American debut of Norwegian director Tommy Wirkola, who brings the same playful gross-out sensibility he did to his 2009 feature Dead Snow. That one was about long-dormant Nazi soldiers rising up as zombies. What fun! It was a lark and a goof, just like Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. --Ted Fry

  • Iron Sky (Blu-ray + Digital Copy) Iron Sky (Blu-ray + Digital Copy) | Blu Ray | (28/05/2012) from £5.00  |  Saving you £5.18 (25.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    In the last moments of World War II, a secret Nazi space programme evaded destruction by the Allies and made a daring escape to the Moon. In the intervening 70 years they have re-colonised, re-armed with devastating new weapons and silently plotted their revenge.When an American astronaut stumbles upon their secret Moon lair, the Fhrer (Udo Kier, Blade) decides to unleash their alien armada upon the unprepared Earth, to be led by ruthless army leader Klaus Alder (Gotz Otto, Schindler's List, Downfall). Now every man, woman and child must unite to repel the UFO Nazi invasion and save humanity!

  • Death Race 2000 Death Race 2000 | DVD | (08/03/2004) from £11.48  |  Saving you £-5.49 (-91.70%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Death Race 2000, Paul Bartel's 1975 cheapo satire about a futuristic international sport--an anything-goes car race where drivers score points for hitting pedestrians--stars David Carradine as a hero behind the wheel and Sylvester Stallone as his nemesis. The film is clever and macabre enough as a modernist satire, but finally overplays its hand in grim, decadent humour. The sets are gloriously artificial, and former Andy Warhol-star Mary Woronov is in sexy, comic form. --Tom Keogh

  • Cypher [2003] Cypher | DVD | (07/02/2005) from £13.70  |  Saving you £-3.71 (-37.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    From the director of Cube comes the latest mind-blowing sci-fi experience. Seeking an escape from his lacklustre existence Morgan Sullivan takes a job as an industrial spy at a global computer corporation. Until he meets the beautiful and mysterious Rita he has no idea that his new career has been an elaborate ruse to brainwash him. Fighting to take back control of his life he realises that to save himself he must complete a final assignment one more deadly than anything that has come before.

  • The Hunted [2003] The Hunted | DVD | (06/10/2003) from £2.88  |  Saving you £0.00 (0.00%)  |  RRP £13.99

    William Friedkin's taut direction highlights The Hunted, a bloodsport thriller that works best without dialogue. It's a prime vehicle for co-stars Tommy Lee Jones and Benicio Del Toro, whose rugged screen personas are perfectly matched in a manhunt between a military assassin and the man who trained him to kill. Traumatised by atrocities in Kosovo four years earlier (the site of an action-packed prologue), Hallam (Del Toro) is seemingly psychotic and now killing in the forests of Oregon; Bonham (Jones) is lured out of retirement by a tenacious FBI agent (Connie Nielsen) to end Hallam's murder spree. The hackneyed plot is derivative to a fault (no surprise from the screenwriters of Collateral Damage), and the whole movie's a foregone conclusion, but Friedkin inspires fine work from his well-trained stars while exploring the ambiguity of Hallam's character. Lushly photographed by Caleb Deschanel, The Hunted is a survivalist's dream, militarily authentic and most effective when its primal instincts are cinematically expressed. --Jeff Shannon

  • Tai Chi Master [DVD] [1993] Tai Chi Master | DVD | (26/04/2010) from £3.69  |  Saving you £7.05 (39.20%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Jet Li teams up with Michelle Yeoh in Twin Warriors, a period martial-arts tale of revenge and retribution filmed in 1993. Directed by Yuen Woo Ping (who also directed Jackie Chan's popular Drunken Master and Yeoh's Wing Chun), it matches over-the-top melodrama with fantastical fight scenes. Li and Chin Sui Hou play Junbao and Tienbao, two misfit monks who have been getting into trouble at their Shaolin temple since childhood. Tienbao's volatile temper and ego get them banished from the monastery, and the pair try to make a new life for themselves in a nearby village. From here they take decidedly different paths. Tienbao joins the military regime of a ruthless eunuch ruler while Junbao joins a group of political rebels that includes Yeoh. Tienbao's violent quest for power erases his friendship with Junbao, his betrayal causing Junbao to go temporarily insane. During this period Junbao discovers tai chi, which prepares him for a final confrontation with Tienbao. The action scenes include a memorable match-up of Li and Chin against the entire monastery, where in the non-stop action Junbao escapes attack by riding one of his foes like a snowboard out of the fray. Yeoh's fight scenes include a complicated orchestration involving tables and chairs; her scenes are so impressive that it's a shame she wasn't given more screen time. --Shannon Gee, Amazon.com

  • Four Feathers [2003] Four Feathers | DVD | (08/03/2004) from £3.95  |  Saving you £4.53 (30.20%)  |  RRP £14.99

    The seventh filming of AEW Mason's classic 1902 novel, this near-epic production of The Four Feathers looks great, sounds great and feels rather average. It would be difficult to diminish the rousing adventure of Mason's novel and director Shekhar Kapur (Elizabeth) certainly gets more bang for his buck, with massive battle scenes and rugged, sun-baked harshness enhanced by Robert Richardson's masterful cinematography. Kapur preserves the universal appeal of the story, set in the 1880s, in which a promising soldier (Heath Ledger) resigns on the eve of battle in Britain's Sudanese campaign, is labelled coward by his fiancée (Kate Hudson), and redeems himself by posing as a Muslim warrior to rescue his best friend Jack (Wes Bentley) from certain death in the desert. For all its heroics, however, the film seems oddly passionless; Djimon Hounsou is excellent as Ledger's desert guardian, but these young Hollywood stars lack the authenticity of Zoltan Korda's 1939 film, which remains the definitive version. --Jeff Shannon

  • Criminal [Blu-ray] Criminal | Blu Ray | (15/08/2016) from £15.00  |  Saving you £9.99 (40.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Ariel Vromen directs this action thriller starring Kevin Costner. When CIA agent Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) is killed his thoughts and skills are transferred into the mind of Jericho Stewart (Costner), a volatile death-row inmate, so details of his unfinished mission can be uncovered. Jericho, tormented by an array of memories and flashbacks, struggles under the pressure of Bill's boss Quaker Wells (Gary Oldman) and goes rogue. The cast also includes Tommy Lee Jones and Gal Gadot.

  • Heroes Season 4 [DVD] Heroes Season 4 | DVD | (04/10/2010) from £13.90  |  Saving you £31.09 (69.10%)  |  RRP £44.99

    Heroes is an action-packed US drama following the lives of ordinary people who discover they have extraordinary abilities. Their only destiny is to save the world.

  • Fearless [Blu-ray] [2006] Fearless | Blu Ray | (05/01/2009) from £13.61  |  Saving you £6.38 (31.90%)  |  RRP £19.99

    A moving and inspiring story of redemption and personal triumph in the face of great odds, Jet Li's Fearless is the based-on-facts story of Chinese folk hero Huo Yuanjia (Jet Li). The son of a martial-arts master whose greatest strength was his restraint, Huo grows into an unbeatable fighter whose pride and thoughtlessness lead to a chain of tragic losses. After a classic wanderer-in-the-wilderness penance, Huo reinvents himself as a mature instructor of Wushu, a martial arts system that embraces all forms of fighting without preference or pre-judgement. He also becomes a populist symbol, at the dawn of the 20th century, of China's refusal to entirely capitulate to the boot of Western colonialists. Taking on whatever European, American, or Japanese fighter the outsiders bring in to demoralise the natives, Huo becomes a legend that, in real life, is still revered. Thrillingly directed by Ronny Yu (Warriors of Virtue), Jet Li's Fearless is a dazzling action movie that transcends its breathless fight sequences with Huo's sportsmanship virtues, i.e., knowing when you've won by example, rather than by the fist. Jet Li is superb in the role. --Tom Keogh

  • Attack The Block - Double Play (Blu-ray + DVD) Attack The Block - Double Play (Blu-ray + DVD) | Blu Ray | (19/09/2011) from £10.98  |  Saving you £14.01 (56.10%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Trainee nurse Sam is walking home to her flat in a South London tower block when she's robbed by a gang of masked hooded youths. She's saved when the gang are distracted by a bright meteorite which falls from the sky and hits a nearby parked car. Sam flees just before the gang have to fight off a small alien creature that leaps from the wreckage. While Sam and the police hunt for the gang a second wave of meteors fall. Confident of victory against such feeble invaders the gang grab weapons mount bikes and set out to defend their turf. But this time the creatures are bigger. Much bigger. Sam suddenly realises that the bunch of no-hope kids who attacked her are about to become her best and only hope to survive. Attack The Block is a fast funny and frightening action-adventure movie that pits a teen gang against an invasion of savage alien monsters. It turns a London housing estate into a sci-fi playground. A tower block into a fortress under siege. And teenage street kids into heroes. Its inner city versus outer space.

  • A Scanner Darkly [Blu-ray] [2006] A Scanner Darkly | Blu Ray | (10/05/2010) from £16.25  |  Saving you £1.74 (9.70%)  |  RRP £17.99

    How well you respond to Richard Linklater's A Scanner Darkly depends on how much you know about the life and work of celebrated science fiction writer Philip K. Dick. While it qualifies as a faithful adaptation of Dick's semiautobiographical 1977 novel about the perils of drug abuse, Big Brother-like surveillance and rampant paranoia in a very near future ("seven years from now"), this is still very much a Linklater film, and those two qualities don't always connect effectively. The creepy potency of Dick's premise remains: The drug war's been lost, citizens are kept under rigid surveillance by holographic scanning recorders, and a schizoid addict named Bob Arctor (Keanu Reeves) is facing an identity crisis he's not even aware of: Due to his voluminous intake of the highly addictive psychotropic drug Substance D, Arctor's brain has been split in two, each hemisphere functioning separately. So he doesn't know that he's also Agent Fred, an undercover agent assigned to infiltrate Arctor's circle of friends (played by Woody Harrelson, Winona Ryder, Rory Cochrane, and Robert Downey, Jr.) to track down the secret source of Substance D. As he wears a "scramble suit" that constantly shifts identities and renders Agent Fred/Arctor into "the ultimate everyman," Dick's drug-addled antihero must come to grips with a society where, as the movie's tag-line makes clear, "everything is not going to be OK." While it's virtually guaranteed to achieve some kind of cult status, A Scanner Darkly lacks the paranoid intensity of Dick's novel, and Linklater's established penchant for loose and loopy dialogue doesn't always work here, with an emphasis on drug-culture humor instead of the panicked anxiety that Dick's novel conveys. As for the use of "interpolated rotoscoping"--the technique used to apply shifting, highly stylized animation over conventional live-action footage--it's purely a matter of personal preference. The film's look is appropriate to Dick's dark, cautionary story about the high price of addiction, but it also robs performances of nuance and turns the seriousness of Dick's story into... well, a cartoon. Opinions will differ, but A Scanner Darkly is definitely worth a look--or two, if the mind-rattling plot doesn't sink in the first time around. --Jeff Shannon

  • Flame And Citron [DVD] [2008] Flame And Citron | DVD | (29/06/2009) from £5.00  |  Saving you £5.03 (31.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Flame & Citron centres on two fighters in a Danish World War II resistance group.

  • Sanctum [Blu-ray] [2011] Sanctum | Blu Ray | (13/06/2011) from £6.59  |  Saving you £11.87 (47.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    If there's an undersea adventure with high-tech equipment, macho posturing, and lots of underwater photography, you know James Cameron must be swimming around the vicinity. Add the fact that Sanctum was released to theaters in 3-D, and it's clinched. Cameron served as executive producer to this crazy tale of a cave-diving expedition forced to improvise when a typhoon inundates their New Guinea location. (The film, shot in Australia, is allegedly based on a true event by co-screenwriter Andrew Wight, but it might be safe to conclude that the original incident was a jumping-off point for the high melodrama on display here.) A globetrotting billionaire (Ioan Gruffudd, of Fantastic Four) is underwriting this exploration of a hidden cave maze, which explains why he gets to bring his girlfriend (Alice Parkinson) along. As a measure of their thrill-seeking habits, we are told they met on an Everest climb. The cave-diving boss is a crusty old pro (Richard Roxburgh), who is rough on his underlings and even rougher on his teenage son (Rhys Wakefield); naturally, the cataclysm that follows will be an occasion for some extreme father-son fence mending. As cornball as these elements are, and as generally toneless as director Alister Grierson's ear is with the dialogue scenes, Sanctum does work up some bona fide thrills: the sheer power of water is unleashed at a few memorable spots, as is the panic of losing an oxygen tank at a crucial moment. It's also pretty brutal, with a steep body count and a few grotesque bits of bodily injury. It ought to be easy to dismiss Sanctum as a silly piece of boy's adventure, but--curse you, Cameron!--one must admit that the thing is awfully effective. --Robert Horton

  • The Expendables 3 [Blu-ray] [2016] The Expendables 3 | Blu Ray | (15/08/2016) from £15.00  |  Saving you £13.88 (48.10%)  |  RRP £28.88

    In THE EXPENDABLES 3, Barney (Stallone) faces off with an old enemy and must fight old blood with new blood, bringing in a new era of Expendables who are younger and faster. The latest mission becomes a clash of classic old-school style versus high-tech expertise in The Expendables' most personal battle yet.

  • Battle Of Wits Battle Of Wits | DVD | (26/12/2008) from £5.58  |  Saving you £4.04 (25.30%)  |  RRP £15.99

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