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  • Sword Art Online Complete Season 1 Collection (Episodes 1-25) [DVD] Sword Art Online Complete Season 1 Collection (Episodes 1-25) | DVD | (13/11/2017) from £21.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    In the near future, a Virtual Reality Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (VRMMORPG) called Sword Art Online has been released where players control their avatars with their bodies using a piece of technology called: Nerve Gear. One day, players discover they cannot log out, as the game creator is holding them captive unless they reach the 100th floor of the game's tower and defeat the final boss. However, if they die in the game, they die in real life. Their struggle for survival starts now...

  • Stalker [DVD] Stalker | DVD | (22/08/2016) from £7.99  |  Saving you £8.00 (50.00%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Deep within the Zone, a bleak and devastated forbidden landscape, lies a mysterious room with the power to grant the deepest wishes of those strong enough to make the hazardous journey there. Desperate to reach it, a scientist and a writer approach the Stalker, one of the few able to navigate the Zone's menacing terrain, and begin a dangerous trek into the unknown. Adapted from Arkady & Boris Sturgatsky's novel ?Roadside Picnic', Andrei Tarkovsky's second foray into science fiction after Solaris is a surreal and disturbing vision of the future. Hauntingly exploring man's dreams and desires as well as the consequences of realising them, Stalker has been described as one of the greatest sci-fi films of all time

  • Bizarre [DVD] Bizarre | DVD | (10/10/2016) from £7.48  |  Saving you £8.51 (53.20%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Maurice is a French teenager who escaped France and begins working at a hype club in Brooklyn called BIZARRE. He quickly becomes a sort of 'mascot' of this incredible club. The owner and the artists that perform there love him, but Maurice can't love...because of the past...and his secrets.

  • Cowboy Bebop - DVD Collection Cowboy Bebop - DVD Collection | DVD | (02/06/2014) from £24.69  |  Saving you £10.30 (29.40%)  |  RRP £34.99

    The crew of the Bebop is once again ready to clean up space by bringing bad guys to justice and trying to make some cash while doing it! Back on DVD at last and remastered from the same masters as the high-definition Blu-Ray the complete series this second print contains a reversible cover as well as containing bonus content never available outside of Japan before including the Ein's Summer Holiday short. Join the always-cool Spike Spiegal investigative genius Jet Black the alluring Faye Valentine the amazing (but weird) Ed and the super-smart Welsh Corgi named Ein as they try to make a buck in the year 2071. How do they do it? They're bounty hunters. Special Features: Collectors Packaging Rigid Slipcase. 4 Art Cards from the Series. Audio Commentaries on Episodes 1 5 10 17 and 24 Japanese Commercials for Cowboy Bebop Music Video for Tank! the Theme Tune Tank! Remix by DJ Food Video Ein's Summer Holiday Short Clean End Credit Sequence

  • Michael [Masters of Cinema] Blu-ray Michael Blu-ray | Blu Ray | (12/02/2018) from £12.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Based on Herman Bang's 1902 novel of the same name, Dreyer's film is a fascinating fin-de-siècle study of a decadent elderly artist (Benjamin Christensen) driven to despair by his relationship with his young protégé and former model, Michael (Walter Slezak). With suffocatingly sumptuous production design by renowned architect Hugo Häring (his only film work), this Kammerspiel, or intimate theatre, foreshadows Dreyer's magnificent final film Gertrud, by forty years with its Now I may die content, for I have seen great love epigraph. Michael was scripted by Dreyer with Fritz Lang's wife, Thea von Harbou (Metropolis, M, etc). It stars the director Benjamin Christensen (Häxan); Walter Slezak (Hitchcock's Lifeboat); Nora Gregor (Renoir's The Rules of the Game); Mady Christians (Ophüls' Letter from an Unknown Woman); and Karl Freund (who also shot Metropolis) in his only ever appearance as an actor. Freund lensed most of Michael too, but left to work on Murnau's The Last Laugh, and Rudolph Maté took over.

  • Queer As Folk USA - Season 2 Box Set Queer As Folk USA - Season 2 Box Set | DVD | (24/12/2007) from £22.99  |  Saving you £17.00 (42.50%)  |  RRP £39.99

    They're here they're queer and they make Sex & The City look like a demure tea party. Showtime's quintessentially American Queer As Folk--based on the British miniseries--pours on copious amounts of hot and steamy sex. This slick (and slickly entertaining) series shares the same basic concept as its British counterpart--centering on a group of gay friends living in a primarily industrial city--but after that all bets are off. Whereas the British version focused on the gritty realistic drama of its characters the American QAF is a glossy fun soap opera that occasionally tackles big issues but never lets you forget that life at times can be a party and you shouldn't be one of those poor suckers starving to death. A good part of the show's charm lies in its cast--boy-next-door Michael (Hal Sparks) ruthlessly seductive rake Brian (Gale Harold) out-and-proud Emmett (Peter Paige) wallflower Ted (Scott Lowell) and nubile teen Justin (Randy Harrison)--who grew from standard gay prototypes to intriguing characters by the first season's end. And while some subplots didn't work (such as Emmett's farfetched foray into gay-conversion therapy) others were quietly affecting including Brian's coping with his father's death. Some may object to the show's relentless fixation on sex (and gay men--there are just two lesbian characters) but this is a series that in its own polished way is both engrossingly fun and truly groundbreaking. It's liberating to watch an American TV series in which the straight world is only peripheral. Let's hear it for the boys!

  • The Midwife [DVD] The Midwife | DVD | (11/09/2017) from £8.65  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A midwife gets unexpected news from her father s old mistress and their lives are suddenly colliding once again in this beautifully realised look at relationships and time.

  • Mother Joan of the Angels - Restored Version [DVD] [1961] Mother Joan of the Angels - Restored Version | DVD | (28/05/2012) from £6.81  |  Saving you £6.18 (47.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    In 17th Century Poland, a group of nuns are possessed by the devil, a situation allegedly caused by a clergyman who sexually enticed the women. Among the group who arrive to do an exorcism is a young and innocent priest - and he has a strange and unorthodox plan to free Satan's victims...

  • Cowboy Bebop The Movie - DVD/Blu-ray Double Play Cowboy Bebop The Movie - DVD/Blu-ray Double Play | Blu Ray | (09/10/2017) from £14.19  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Mars. Days before Halloween 2071. Villains blow up a tanker truck on Highway One, releasing a deadly virus that kills hundreds. Fearing a bigger, even more devastating biochemical attack, an astronomical reward is offered for the arrest and capture of the person behind the destruction. On the spaceship Bebop, Spike Spiegel and his crew of bounty hunters (Jet Black, Faye Valentine, Ed and Ein) are bored and short of cash. But with the news of the reward everything changes. Based on the wildly popular TV series, Cowboy Bebop, the big-screen smash Cowboy Bebop: The Movie pits Spike and Co. against their deadliest adversary ever. Featuring stunning, state-of-the-art animation, this action-packed sci-fi adventure builds to a breath-taking, nail-biting climax, guaranteed to keep you hanging on the edge of your seat. Features: Includes: 1 x DVD disc, 1 x Blu-ray disc

  • Le Grande Bouffe [Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD] Le Grande Bouffe | Blu Ray | (17/08/2015) from £11.99  |  Saving you £13.00 (52.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    The most famous film by Italian provocateur Marco Ferreri (Dillinger is Dead) La Grande bouffe was reviled on release for its perversity decadence and attack on the bourgeoisie yet won the prestigious FIPRESCI prize after its controversial screening at the Cannes Film Festival. Four friends played by international superstars Marcello Mastroianni (Fellini’s 8½) Michel Piccoli (Belle de jour) Ugo Tognazzi (Barbarella) and Philippe Noiret (Zazie dans le métro) retreat to a country mansion where they determine to eat themselves to death whilst engaging in group sex with prostitutes and a local school teacher (Andréa Ferréol The Tin Drum) who seems to be up for anything… At once jovial and sinister the film’s jet-black humour has a further twist as the reputed actors (whose characters use their own names) buck their respectable trend for a descent into fart-filled chaos that delivers a feast for the eyes and mind. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS: Brand new 2K restoration of the original camera negative High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentation Original French audio (uncompressed PCM on the Blu-ray) Newly translated English subtitles The Farcical Movie – A French television profile of Marco Ferreri from 1975 in which the director discusses among other things the influence of Tex Avery Luis Buñuel and Tod Browning’s Freaks Behind-the-scenes footage of the making of La Grande bouffe containing interviews with Ferrari and actors Marcello Mastroianni Michel Piccoli Ugo Tognazzi and Philippe Noiret Extracts from the television series Couleurs autour d'un festival featuring interviews with the cast and crew recorded during the Cannes Film Festival A visual essay on the film with by Italian film scholar Pasquale Iannone Select scene audio commentary by Iannone News report from the Cannes Film Festival where La Grande bouffe caused a controversial stir including Ferreri at the press conference Original Trailer Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Gilles Vranckx Booklet featuring new writing on the film by Johnny Mains illustrated with original archive stills and posters

  • Durarara!!X2 Ten - Collectors BD [Blu-ray] Durarara!!X2 Ten - Collectors BD | Blu Ray | (27/11/2017) from £34.80  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The story continues as more chaos ensues-- Ikebukuro, a city teeming with the most peculiar characters and the twisted schemes they indulge in--. In the aftermath of the assault against the information broker, signs of a new disorder begin to develop like ripples across the water. Holding his own ideals, the young man who gains the powers of both the Dollars and the Blue Squares treads the path to total annihilation. Someone struggles to save their best friend while a psychopath creeps up on a popular idol. Slowly but surely a new threat gains power within the city s shadows... Paths cross and trouble brews as the plot thickens in this complicated web of conspiracies--. Contains episodes 13 to 24 with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles. Presented in collectors packaging

  • Vivre sa vie (DVD) Vivre sa vie (DVD) | DVD | (24/08/2015) from £8.85  |  Saving you £11.14 (55.70%)  |  RRP £19.99

    To say that Jean-Luc Godard's fourth feature, Vivre sa vie (1962), is about a young Parisian woman who drifts into prostitution would be roughly as useful as saying that Taxi Driver is about the problems facing the Manhattan transportation system. It's true that Godard did, in the 60s, seem to have a bee in his bonnet about the oldest profession, and it went on to buzz ever more angrily the more he cuddled up to the doctrines of Marx, who instructed him that under late capitalism we are all prostitutes. It's also true that one section of Vivre sa vie, which is divided up into a dozen tableaux, offers a bland, documentary-style account of the French sex industry that could have been made for a news and current affairs slot. Even so, it's clear--especially four decades on--that whoredom is only one of the many topics on Godard's hyperactive brain. The scenes which you take away from the film aren't the sexy bits (which are few, and almost glacially offhand) but the exasperating, perverse or anguished bits: Nana, the heroine (Anna Karina) alone in a cinema, silently weeping at and for the silent vision of Maria Falconetti in Carl Dreyer's La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc; Nana in a pool hall, improvising an artlessly peppy dance routine; Nana in a café, endlessly talking Plato, Hegel and Kant with the grizzled, real-life philosopher Brice Parain. In short, the truest subject of Vivre sa vie--and it is a rich one--is nothing other than its star, Anna Karina, the piercingly beautiful model who had married her director just a year before, and who obviously inspired him to perplexity, rapture and despair. Technically, the film is insouciant to the point of arrogance--Godard constantly fiddles around with the soundtrack, the camera movements and framing as if all the usual rules of cinema were a pair of itchy underpants--and yet the film aches with melancholy. It's unlikely that the video will make many new converts, but for those willing to pay the price of admission to Godard's world (and the price includes boredom), the reward is one of the strangest and most troubling love letters in the history of cinema--apart from Godard's half-dozen other films about his wife, that is. --Kevin Jackson

  • Heavy Object: Season 1 - Part 2 [Blu-ray] Heavy Object: Season 1 - Part 2 | Blu Ray | (04/12/2017) from £17.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    In the future, the world is divided into hundreds of warring nations that fight with advanced technology known as Objects. With the capacity to annihilate an opposing militia in seconds, these massive weapons have turned battles between men into warfare between machines. The world is locked in an arms race that is until two rookie soldiers, Qwenthur Barbotage and Havia Winchell, manage to take down an enemy Object with nothing more than their wits. But their achievement earns no rest. Now the government wants to deploy them around the world on more impossible missions! Fortunately, they won't go at it alone. On their side is a first-generation Object piloted by the beautiful Milinda Brantini, and their fiery commanding officer, Frolaytia Capistrano. While Havia avoids discipline from Frolaytia's heeled boots, Qwenther finds himself rescuing Milinda from a tight spot or two. Together, their team takes on unforeseen enemies including those among their ranks. Contains episodes 13 to 24 on Blu-Ray with both the English dub and the original Japanese track with English subtitles.

  • Four Months, Three Weeks And Two Days [2007] Four Months, Three Weeks And Two Days | DVD | (26/05/2008) from £6.48  |  Saving you £-1.49 (-29.90%)  |  RRP £4.99

    4 months 3 weeks 2 days belongs to a larger project called: Tales from the Golden Age - a subjective history of communism in Romania told through its urban legends. The friendship between two girls is tested to its absolute limits in this utterly compelling drama set in the twilight years of Communist-era Romania. Gabita (Laura Vasiliu) young and nave is pregnant. She turns to her more pragmatic room mate Otilia (Anamaria Marinca) for help and a meeting is arranged in a downtown hotel with the shady Mr Bebe (Vlad Ivanov). Entering a dangerous and illegal underworld where the stakes are high and nothing is as it seems the girls are set for a life-changing experience that neither will ever forget. Brilliantly observed superbly performed and directed with quite astonishing flair this tense poignant and provocative film has been hailed as a modern masterpiece.

  • The Salesman [DVD] The Salesman | DVD | (29/05/2017) from £6.81  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    With their old flat being damaged, Emad and Rana, a young couple living in Tehran, are forced to move into a new apartment. An incident linked to the previous tenant will dramatically change the couple's life. From the Oscar winning director of A Separation

  • Blood Blockade Battlefront - Collector's Edition [Blu-ray] Blood Blockade Battlefront - Collector's Edition | Blu Ray | (24/10/2016) from £39.90  |  Saving you £29.87 (42.70%)  |  RRP £69.99

    Produced by Studio Bones (Fullmetal Alchemist, Space Dandy, Soul Eater) and created by Trigun writer Yasuhiro Nightow, Blood Blockade Battlefront brings compelling characters and dynamic plot lines together for one unforgettable adventure. After a breach between Earth and the netherworld opens up over New York, humans and creatures from other dimensions become trapped in an impenetrable bubble that surrounds the city. Forced to coexist in a new city known as Hellsalem's Lot, the shaky peace between humanity and the netherworld creatures is protected by an underground group of super humans known as Libra. When a case of mistaken identity brings not-so-ordinary delivery boy Leonardo Watch face-to-face with this group, he joins their ranks hoping to help prevent the destruction of the world by a group of monsters and madmen lead by a powerful being known as the King of Despair. On-disc extras: Episode 10.5 - Even These Are the Worst and the Best Days Ever, Funimation Short: with Aaron Dismuke and Ian Sinclair, Funimation Short: with Micha Solusod and Mike McFarland, Textless Opening Song - Hello,world! and Textless Closing Song - Sugar Song & Bitter Step.

  • The Past [DVD] The Past | DVD | (09/06/2014) from £6.48  |  Saving you £9.51 (59.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Following a four-year separation Ahmad returns to Paris from Tehran upon his French wife Marie's request in order to finalize their divorce procedure. During his stay Ahmad quickly discovers the conflicting nature of Marie's relationship with her daughter Lucie. But Ahmad's attempts to build bridges between the two soon begin to encroach on Marie's new partner Samir (Tahar Rahim A Prophet) and as tensions begin to mount it soon becomes clear that the past is only close behind... Directed by Palme d'Or winner Asgar Farhadi (A Separation) and featuring an unforgettable central performance by Bérénice Bejo (The Artist) that earned her the Best Actress award at Cannes 2013 The Past is a tight-knit family drama as gripping as any thriller.

  • The Tick - Complete Box Set The Tick - Complete Box Set | DVD | (10/11/2008) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Attention all Evil-Doers! And I do mean All of you - because everyone's favourite blue tight-wearing square-jawed superhero is here for The Tick vs. The Complete Collection! Hugging the City with his big blue arms of goodness The Tick and long suffering sidekick Arthur are ready to splatter Evil in the ultimate paint ball game of justice. So duck dive and shout ""Go Get 'Em"" as truth justice and our big blue wheat-loving hero swing into the fray for the ultimate villain-busting extravaganza! Includes All 36 Evil-busting Episodes!

  • The Shepherd (El Pastor) [DVD] The Shepherd (El Pastor) | DVD | (07/08/2017) from £7.48  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Anselmo, a middle age shepherd, lives a poor but happy life in a small, run down house in a middle of the Spain plains, near a small, but growing village. His dog Pillo and his sheep are his only company. A life bucolic enough for him to ignore the offers he receives from a construction company who wants to buy his house and land to build a new residential complex. Conflicting against Anselmo s unwillingness to sell is Julian and Paco s greed, the owners of the neighbouring lands, who only answer to their own interests. A bloody metaphor of the greed to corrodes these who do not answer to reason in their quest to get what they want, and the inevitable, but violent consequences of their actions.

  • Throne of Blood (DVD) Throne of Blood (DVD) | DVD | (12/06/2017) from £8.85  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A champion of illumination and experimental shading, Kurosawa brings his unerring eye for indelible images to Shakespeare in this 1957 adaptation of Macbeth. By changing the locale from Birnam Wood to 16th-century Japan, Kurosawa makes an oddball argument for the trans-historicity of Shakespeare's narrative; and indeed, stripped to the bare mechanics of the plot, the tale of cut-throat ambition rewarded (and thwarted) feels infinitely adaptable. What's lost in the translation, of course, is the force and beauty of the language--much of the script of Throne of Blood is maddeningly repetitive or superfluous--but striking visual images (including the surreal Cobweb Forest and some extremely artful gore) replace the sublime poetry. Toshiro Mifune is theatrically intense as Washizu, the samurai fated to betray his friend and master in exchange for the prestige of nobility; he portrays the ill-fated warrior with a passion bordering on violence, and a barely concealed conviviality. Somewhat less successful is Isuzu Yamada as Washizu's scheming wife; her poise and creepy impassivity, chilling at first, soon grows tedious. Kurosawa himself is the star of the show, though, and his masterful use of black-and-white contrast--not to mention his steady, dramatic hand with a battle scene--keeps the proceedings thrilling. A must-see for fans of Japanese cinema, as well as all you devotees of samurai weapons and armour. --Miles Bethany

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