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  • Lesbian Vampire Killers [DVD] [2009] Lesbian Vampire Killers | DVD | (03/08/2009) from £5.11  |  Saving you £12.88 (71.60%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Two no-hopers. One cursed village. A bus full of foreign female students and an army of salacious lesbian vampires. It's gonna be one hell of a night! BAFTA winning comedy-duo James Corden and Mathew Horne (Gavin & Stacey) decide to escape their problems and head to Wales for a weekend of debauchery. Things don't quite go according to plan and they find themselves stuck in a village where all of the women have been enslaved by a legendary vampire curse. As the night unfolds the boys have to put all of their fears (and dreams!) behind them in order to rise to the challenge of becoming Lesbian Vampire Killers.

  • The Royal Tenenbaums [2002] The Royal Tenenbaums | DVD | (02/12/2002) from £4.99  |  Saving you £12.24 (68.00%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Wes Anderson's satirical yet tender tragicomedy The Royal Tenenbaums is a defiantly offbeat movie, but its sheer originality makes it a winner. As Philip Larkin famously said, "They fuck you up, your mum and dad". Well, it's Dad, the opulently named Royal Tenenbaum himself (Gene Hackman in twinkly mode), who gets all the blame here. The precocious achievements of the Tenenbaum offspring are amusingly documented: teen tycoon Chas (a perpetually snarly Ben Stiller), tennis star Richie (Luke Wilson, alienation personified in his Björn Borg get-up) and Margot--adopted and never allowed to forget it--a prize-winning playwright by ninth grade (Gwyneth Paltrow lurking under a ton of eyeliner and a sulky pout). Then there's Eli Cash (Owen Wilson), the kid from over the road who always wanted to be a Tenenbaum and nowadays makes his living writing trashy but successful Westerns. After two decades of going their own way, to unfailingly disastrous effect, the Tenenbaums find themselves reunited in their old house, as idiosyncratic and illogical a place as the family itself, with Etheline Tenenbaum (touchingly played by Anjelica Huston) about to marry her accountant, Henry Sherman (Danny Glover). The action loops forward and backward, with the background detail on each character beautifully rounded out by narrator Alec Baldwin. This, and the device of dividing the film into chapters, gives it the feel of a fairy story, and like the best in the genre, it has a satisfying, if not entirely happy, resolution. On the DVD: The Royal Tenenbaums comes with extra features that really do add to the enjoyment of the film. These range from the whimsical (a gallery of all the fictitious book and magazine covers that involve the Tenenbaum family and a slide show of behind-the-scenes photos by set-photographer James Hamilton) to the enlightening (a 26-minute film about writer/director Wes Anderson, his ideas behind the movie and an insight into his way of working, which is illuminating particularly for the sheer detail of his vision--if he's a control freak, he comes across as a nice control freak). There are also brief interviews with the main players, excerpts from Anderson's annotated script pages and background details on the artwork that appears in the film by Miguel Calderon and Eric Chase Anderson (brother of Wes). Less than two minutes of deleted scenes is hardly exciting, though the offbeat humour of the "Peter Bradley Show" is a distinct plus. --Harriet Smith

  • It's Complicated [Blu-ray] [2009] It's Complicated | Blu Ray | (14/03/2011) from £5.34  |  Saving you £19.65 (78.60%)  |  RRP £24.99

    It's delightful to see Meryl Streep come into her own as a romantic comedian in her later career years--after all the accolades, the Oscars, the serious-as-marble dramatic roles. Streep is in fact a true cutup, as she has demonstrated in films like Mamma Mia and Julie & Julia--and she gets the guy. So if Nancy Meyers's It's Complicated is perhaps a bit facile in the plot department, it's saved by a splendid romp of a performance by Streep (as Jane), along with her two leading men, Alec Baldwin (Jane's ex-husband, Jake) and Steve Martin (her supposed boyfriend, Adam). Meyers, as she did in Something's Gotta Give and Baby Boom, turns notions of over-the-hilldom--at least for women--on their ear. Streep's Jane is a contented, affluent divorcée with excellent taste in furnishings, happily about to preside over an empty nest and feeling just fine about it. Who should bump into, and ruin, this perfect solitude but Jane's ex, Jake, played to a pompous (and hilarious) fare-thee-well by Baldwin. "Turns out I'm a bit of a slut," chirps the sexually awakened Jane. The beauty of It's Complicated is that it really isn't all that complicated--its chemistry depends on the wonderful actors (including the supporting cast of John Krasinski, Lake Bell, Mary Kay Place, and Rita Wilson) and the oft-forgotten reality that people over 25 can have great sex, and fall head over heels. --A.T. Hurley

  • Men Who Stare At Goats [DVD] [2009] Men Who Stare At Goats | DVD | (19/04/2010) from £2.45  |  Saving you £13.63 (75.80%)  |  RRP £17.99

    No goats. No glory. A reporter in Iraq might just have the story of a lifetime when he meets Lyn Cassady a guy who claims to be a former member of the U.S. Army's First Earth Battalion a unit that employs paranormal powers in their missions.

  • Knocked Up [Blu-ray] [2007] Knocked Up | Blu Ray | (01/12/2008) from £2.99  |  Saving you £17.00 (85.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    On the heels of 2005's blockbuster The 40-Year-Old Virgin writer/director Judd Apatow again serves up a hilarious comedy about a one-night stand with unexpected consequences! Allison Scott (Katherine Heigl) is an up-and-coming entertainment journalist whose 24-year-old life is on the fast track. But it gets seriously derailed when a drunken one-nighter with slacker Ben Stone (Seth Rogen) results in an unwanted pregnancy. Faced with the prospect of going it alone or getting to know the baby's father Allison decides to give the lovable doof a chance. An overgrown kid who has no desire to settle down Ben learns that he has a big decision to make with his kid's mom-to-be: will he hit the road or stay in the picture? Courting a woman you've just Knocked Up however proves to be a little difficult when the two try their hands at dating. As they discover more about one another it becomes painfully obvious that they're not the soul mates they'd hoped they might be!

  • Cuban Fury [Blu-ray] [2014] Cuban Fury | Blu Ray | (09/06/2014) from £8.69  |  Saving you £16.10 (64.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Beneath Bruce Garrett's (Nick Frost) shabby overweight exterior the passionate beating heart of a salsa king lays dormant. Only one woman his smart funny and gorgeous new boss Julia (Rashida Jones) can reignite his Latin fire. But she's way out of his league and with expert lothario and alpha-male office nemesis Drew (Chris O'Dowd) in rampant pursuit can Bruce's loyal sister (Olivia Colman) childhood dance mentor (Ian McShane) and crazy new amateur salsa pal (Kayvan Novak) help him unshackle his dancing beast regain his long lost fury and claim the love of his life?

  • Knocked Up (Single Disc Edition) Knocked Up (Single Disc Edition) | DVD | (24/09/2008) from £2.99  |  Saving you £7.00 (70.10%)  |  RRP £9.99

    In 2007, a year that otherwise struggled to deliver where comedies were concerned, Knocked Up proved to be a very welcome treasure trove of laughs. It's from Judd Apatow, the man behind The 40 Year Old Virgin and the excellent TV show Freaks and Geeks, and sits easily as an equal to both. It's also a long-awaited showcase for the talents of Seth Rogen, who proves with some conviction that he can headline a movie. The premise of Knocked Up is simple. Seth Rogen and Katherine Heigl share, for differing reasons, a one-night stand, and several weeks later, the latter discovers she's pregnant. Given that Rogen's character has been jobless for years, and that Heigl is trying to build a TV career, the two don't prove to be a logical match, yet as the pregnancy progresses, they try valiantly to get to know one another. The narrative itself is quite straightforward, but it's the execution and characters that lift it significantly. Apatow knows how to direct comedy, and with a script peppered with plenty of guffaw-out-loud moments and situations, he wrings very hearty laughs from the material. Plus, while its Rogen and Heigl who power the film, the supporting cast is simply superb, particularly the collection of people that Rogen's character surrounds himself with. It's perhaps guilty of running ten minutes too long, and there's little to surprise in the story itself, yet Knocked Up is nonetheless a terrific, earthy and grounded comedy, with so much to enjoy. It's hard to single out individual moments, and instead it simply seems more appropriate to declare Knocked Up as one of the best, and most rewatchable, comedies of the last few years. Don't miss it.--Simon Brew

  • The Ice Harvest The Ice Harvest | DVD | (23/10/2006) from £4.19  |  Saving you £8.80 (67.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Thick thieves. Thin ice. Based on the novel by Scott Phillips The Ice Harvest is a comic film noir set in very cold and icy Wichita Kansas. John Cusack turns in another fine performance as Charlie Arglist a soft-spoken lawyer who works for local mob boss Bill Guerrard (Randy Quaid). Charlie hangs out in strip clubs pines after femme fatale Renata (Connie Nielsen) rarely sees his kids and basically watches life happen all around him. Ready for a change he and the much more hardened Vic Cavanaugh (Billy Bob Thornton) steal $2.1 million from Guerrard and plan to play it cool before leaving town trying not to create suspicion. All they need to do is make it through Christmas Eve--but that's not going to be easy for Charlie who spends the long night getting caught up in a series of very funny very dangerous and very bloody events that unfold while sweet Christmas carols echo in the background....

  • It's Complicated [Blu-ray] It's Complicated | Blu Ray | (10/05/2010) from £3.49  |  Saving you £19.00 (76.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    It's delightful to see Meryl Streep come into her own as a romantic comedian in her later career years--after all the accolades, the Oscars, the serious-as-marble dramatic roles. Streep is in fact a true cutup, as she has demonstrated in films like Mamma Mia and Julie & Julia--and she gets the guy. So if Nancy Meyers's It's Complicated is perhaps a bit facile in the plot department, it's saved by a splendid romp of a performance by Streep (as Jane), along with her two leading men, Alec Baldwin (Jane's ex-husband, Jake) and Steve Martin (her supposed boyfriend, Adam). Meyers, as she did in Something's Gotta Give and Baby Boom, turns notions of over-the-hilldom--at least for women--on their ear. Streep's Jane is a contented, affluent divorcée with excellent taste in furnishings, happily about to preside over an empty nest and feeling just fine about it. Who should bump into, and ruin, this perfect solitude but Jane's ex, Jake, played to a pompous (and hilarious) fare-thee-well by Baldwin. "Turns out I'm a bit of a slut," chirps the sexually awakened Jane. The beauty of It's Complicated is that it really isn't all that complicated--its chemistry depends on the wonderful actors (including the supporting cast of John Krasinski, Lake Bell, Mary Kay Place, and Rita Wilson) and the oft-forgotten reality that people over 25 can have great sex, and fall head over heels. --A.T. Hurley

  • Old School [2003] Old School | DVD | (02/07/2006) from £2.60  |  Saving you £14.90 (82.80%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Jovial comedy Old School sees three thirtysomething friends with woman troubles (Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell and Vince Vaughn) deciding to form a college fraternity. It's supposedly to save Wilson from losing his house, which the nearby college is trying to claim for academic purposes, but really Ferrell and Vaughn are desperate to return to the reckless, feckless days of beer bongs and hot chicks, and they drag Wilson along with them as they throw themselves into gathering frat pledges of all ages. Old School could have been just another string of bad jokes hanging on a flimsy plot, but the script and the cast have energy and just enough grounding in reality--at least, up until the obligatory beat-the-system ending, but by that point you'll forgive the excesses of this silly, cheerful, and frequently funny movie. Featuring Jeremy Piven and Juliette Lewis, with cameos by Snoop Dog, Andy Dick, and others. --Bret Fetzer

  • Blackball [2003] Blackball | DVD | (16/02/2004) from £3.99  |  Saving you £6.86 (49.00%)  |  RRP £13.99

    Blackball marks the feature debut of Paul Kaye, who spins a somewhat more likeable variation on his arrogant Perfect World TV persona in this underdog-triumphs-over-adversity comedy. Set, like Fawlty Towers, in the holiday resort of Torquay, and echoing the small-town seaside pettiness of Tony Hancock's The Punch and Judy Man (1963), Blackball is as bitterly class conscious as either, with Kaye as a working-class, potentially world-champion bowler with an enormous chip on his shoulder. Written by Tim Firth (the man also responsible for 2003's Calendar Girls), the film seems unsure what it wants to be, aiming potshots at the corrupting influence of big money TV deals and commercial tie-ins on traditional values, while simultaneously trampling on those very values by celebrating the repugnant antics of Kaye's MTV-generation angry young sportsman. Director Mel Smith eventually swamps any satiric intent under a full slate of feel-good comedy clichés, though he does win fine performances from James Cromwell and Bernard Cribbins as Kaye's proud nemesis and kindly uncle respectively. While parts of the script involving their back stories seems to have been left on the cutting room floor, the restrained dignity these two elder statesmen bring to their roles speaks volumes about changes in attitudes between the generations. Consistently amusing, though too predictable to be hilarious, Blackball features strong support from Vince Vaughn, Johnny Vegas, Imelda Staunton and Alice Evans. Stephen Warbeck's score really elevates proceedings once the product-placed rock soundtrack stands aside. --Gary S Dalkin

  • The Guru [2002] The Guru | DVD | (07/04/2003) from £2.26  |  Saving you £16.99 (85.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Jimi Mistry hits the screens again in The Guru, but instead of East is East here we have east-meets-west, a combination of Hollywood's fish-out-of-water comedies with Bollywood Breaks. Based loosely on director Shekhar Kapur's experiences as a young man moving to Britain in order to meet "pretty blondes", Mistry plays Ramu Gupta, an Indian in love with Hollywood who teaches the Macarena in a local "Modern School of Dance". Dreaming of bigger and better things (mainly the desire to re-live Travolta's role in Grease) he shoots off to the USA, but finds the American Dream does not hold true when he lands the lead role as an "adult" actor in a Ramrod Production. By a bizarre twist of fate, Ramu ends up impersonating a Guru at the birthday party of Lexi (Marsa Tomei), where the only wise words he can find are those of his Porno costar Sharonna (Heather Graham, without the roller skates), about improving sexual performance. All this catapults him to stardom as "The Guru of Sex" and he is left begging Sharonna for more wisdom to offer the rich and lost in New York. The collaboration of Bollywood and Hollywood styles--including a fantastic Bollywood rendition of "You're the One That I Want"--should have resulted in an interesting and enlightening film about the struggles a young Indian faces to create an identity in America. Yet something is missing. It's clear this is Tracey Jackson's first major screenwriting venture. Humorous only in places, the script is not really substantial enough for the strong cast members to get their teeth into. The editing is also amiss, with the camera hovering on scenes for far too long, leaving a slightly uncomfortable feeling. However the music will stay with you for months and the ending is up there with the best rom-coms. --Nikki Disney

  • Get Hard [DVD] [2015] Get Hard | DVD | (10/08/2015) from £3.99  |  Saving you £16.00 (80.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    When millionaire hedge fund manager James (Will Ferrell) is nailed for fraud and bound for a stretch in San Quentin the judge gives him 30 days to get his affairs in order. Desperate he turns to Darnell (Kevin Hart) to prep him for a life behind bars. But despite James’ one-percenter assumptions Darnell is a hard-working small business owner who has never received a parking ticket let alone been to prison. Together the two men do whatever it takes for James to “get hard” and in the process discover how wrong they were about a lot of things – including each other.

  • The Night Before [DVD] [2015] The Night Before | DVD | (28/03/2016) from £4.10  |  Saving you £15.89 (79.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Ethan (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), Isaac (Seth Rogen) and Chris (Anthony Mackie) have been friends since childhood, and for a decade, their yearly Christmas Eve reunion has been an annual night of debauchery and hilarity. Now that they're entering adulthood, the tradition is coming to an end, and to make it as memorable as possible, they set out to find the Nutcracka Ball the Holy Grail of Christmas parties Click Images to Enlarge

  • Hedwig And The Angry Inch [2001] Hedwig And The Angry Inch | DVD | (21/01/2002) from £5.99  |  Saving you £14.00 (70.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Sometimes grace and hope come in surprising packages. The title character of Hedwig and the Angry Inch--a would-be glam-rock star from East Germany--undergoes a botched gender-change operation in order to escape from the Soviet bloc, only to watch the Berlin Wall come down on TV after being abandoned in a trailer park in middle America. Hedwig gets involved with Tommy, an adolescent boy who steals her songs and becomes a stadium-filling musical act. Suffering from a broken heart and a lust for revenge, Hedwig follows Tommy's tour, playing with her band (The Angry Inch) at tacky theme restaurants. Into this simple storyline, writer-director-star John Cameron Mitchell packs an astonishing mix of sadness, yearning, humour and kick-ass songs with a little Platonic philosophy tucked inside for good measure. A visually dazzling gem of a movie. --Bret Fetzer, Amazon.com

  • Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping [DVD] [2016] Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping | DVD | (26/12/2016) from £3.00  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    A musical comedy mockumentary from the comedy trio The Lonely Island. When it becomes clear that his solo album is a failure, a former boy band member does everything in his power to maintain his celebrity status.

  • The Girl Next Door [2004] The Girl Next Door | DVD | (09/08/2004) from £2.76  |  Saving you £15.23 (84.70%)  |  RRP £17.99

    You've got to admit that any movie about a teenager whose new next-door neighbor is a 19-year-old former porn star has bona fide cult-movie potential. To its credit, this rather schizoid blend of sleaze and comedy boasts an engaging pair of costars in Emile Hirsch (as the smitten, voyeuristic virgin) and 24's Elisha Cuthbert (as his sexy new house-sitting neighbor). And there are some good laughs in a script that takes unexpected turns when we learn that Cuthbert's character is trying to leave her porn-star past behind, to the chagrin of her pimp-like producer (Timothy Olyphant, in a scene-stealing role). Faring somewhat better than he did with the Rob Schneider non-comedy The Animal, director Luke Greenfield clearly recalls the turbulence that goes hand-in-hand with being young, horny, and confused. There's honesty and even (dare we say it?) maturity to be found in this raging-hormone fantasy, even if it's partially buried in a convoluted plot that's appalling or appealing, depending on your tolerance for good-natured prurience. --Jeff Shannon

  • Rock Star [2002] Rock Star | DVD | (11/02/2002) from £4.26  |  Saving you £9.73 (69.50%)  |  RRP £13.99

    If you've ever indulged a rock & roll fantasy, Rock Star will give you the vicarious thrill of seeing it come to life. That's what happens when talented tribute-band singer Chris Cole (Mark Wahlberg) is tapped to replace his idol as frontman for 1980s metal gods Steel Dragon. Chris becomes the groupie-laden "Izzy", his manager/girlfriend (Jennifer Aniston) grows weary of sex 'n' drugs on tour, and Rock Star plays out its utterly conventional plot line. Despite the casting of real rockers to support Wahlberg's underrated performance (nicely matched by Aniston and Timothy Spall as Steel Dragon's road manager), his character is too rigidly written to follow an obligatory rise and fall, and even its basis in fact (inspired by Tim "Ripper" Owens' recruitment into Judas Priest) can't conceal the movie's predictable formula. As a cautionary tale it's routine, but as a leather-pants love story, Rock Star's got enough good karma to keep its dream alive (!). --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • The Bad Education Movie [Blu-ray] The Bad Education Movie | Blu Ray | (14/12/2015) from £5.32  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    This summer sees multi-award winning comedian Jack Whitehall hit the big screens as the infamous Alfie Wickers from the smash hit comedy ?Bad Education'. The hotly anticipated THE BAD EDUCATION MOVIE will open in cinemas across the UK and Ireland on Friday 21st August 2015. The big screen adaptation sees Jack Whitehall (winner of the British Comedy Award ?King of Comedy' 2012-2014) reunite with Harry Enfield (Kevin & Perry Go Large), Mathew Horne (?Gavin & Stacey'), Sarah Solemani (?Him & Her') and his class of pupils Ethan Lawrence, Layton Williams, Nikki Runeckles, Kae Alexander, Weruche Opia, Jack Binstead and Charlie Wernham. The series cast will join forces with Jeremy Irvine (War Horse, The Railway Man), Joanna Scanlan (Stardust, Notes on a Scandal), Talulah Riley (Pride & Prejudice, Inception), Iain Glenn (?Game of Thrones') and Clarke Peters (Marley & Me, ?The Wire'). Alfie Wickers is probably the worst teacher to (dis)grace the English education system, but no one cares about their pupils quite as much as Alfie does. Having completed their GCSEs, Alfie is keen for his class to join him on one last hurrah and what follows is a coming of age story like no other, the best school trip ever! 'Bad Education' launched on the BBC in summer 2012 and ran for three series. It regularly achieved a cumulative 3.5 million viewers across the BBC platforms. The show went from strength to strength with series 2 and 3 being amongst the most viewed shows on the BBC i-player, hitting highs of 2.9 million requests. THE BAD EDUCATION MOVIE is co-written by Jack Whitehall and Freddy Syborn (?Bad Education') and directed by Elliot Hegarty (?Bad Education'). Entertainment Film Distributors present a Cave Bear Productions and Tiger Aspect Pictures production.11193553

  • Harold And Kumar Get The Munchies [2004] Harold And Kumar Get The Munchies | DVD | (20/06/2005) from £4.46  |  Saving you £11.48 (71.80%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Fast food for high times..... Two twenty-something stoner room mates one a Korean American investment banker the other an Indian American medical school candidate go through a life changing journey as they spend a night roaming the state of New Jersey in search of White Castle hamburgers....

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