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Lawless | DVD | (14/01/2013)
from £3.54 | Saving you £14.45 (80.30%) | RRP
Set in 1920s prohibition era America, Lawless is the true story of the Bondurant brothers. Brazen and fearless, these young rural bootleggers became legendary criminals. The youngest brother, Jack (Shia LaBeouf), is ambitious and impulsive, the middle brother, Howard, is loyal but reckless and eldest brother, Forrest (Tom Hardy), leads the family with a silent determination. As the Bondurants' illicit business and legend grows, so too looms the danger of bigger fish, and it's not long before the brothers must face the consequences.
The Green Mile | DVD | (20/11/2000)
from £4.39 | Saving you £14.60 (76.90%) | RRP
The Departed (2006) | DVD | (19/02/2007)
from £4.09 | Saving you £19.90 (83.00%) | RRP
Cops or criminals; when you're facing a loaded gun what's the difference? Two men operate on different sides of the law; one a mole with the Boston State Police department the other within the Irish mafia. When bloodshed breaks out on the streets each mole is despatched to discover the other's identity in a race against time.... A big-budget Hollywood star power remake of the Hong Kong classic crime thriller Infernal Affairs.
Dead Man's Shoes | DVD | (21/03/2005)
from £7.15 | Saving you £12.84 (64.20%) | RRP
Two brothers return to the home town they left years previously. Richard the elder is strong and purposeful. Anthony is the younger more hesitant keen to mimic the actions of the sibling he reveres. As the brothers set up camp in the hills overlooking the town the local crew of small-time drug dealers begin to question their return. One by one they are tracked down by Richard as he embarks on a terrifying quest for revenge as a brother's love sparks calculated violent retributio
Harry Brown | DVD | (22/03/2010)
from £4.03 | Saving you £15.96 (79.80%) | RRP
Set in modern-day Britain Harry Brown follows one man's (Sir Michael Caine) journey through a chaotic world where drugs are the currency of the day and guns run the streets. A modest law-abiding citizen Harry Brown is a retired Marine and a widower who lives alone on a depressed housing estate. His only company is his best friend Leonard (David Bradley). When Leonard is murdered by a gang of thugs Harry feels compelled to act and is forced to dispense his own brand of justice. As he bids to clean up the run-down estate where he lives his actions bring him into conflict with the police led by investigating officer DCI Frampton (Emily Mortimer) and Sergeant Hikcock (Charlie Creed-Miles).
The Departed | Blu Ray | (13/08/2007)
from £4.99 | Saving you £25.00 (83.40%) | RRP
Cops or criminals; when you're facing a loaded gun what's the difference? A big-budget Hollywood star power remake of the Hong Kong classic crime thriller Infernal Affairs. Two men operate on different sides of the law; one a mole with the Boston State Police department the other within the Irish mafia. When bloodshed breaks out on the streets each mole is despatched to discover the other's identity in a race against time... Marty finally collected the Best Director statuette at the 2007 Oscars after decades of bad luck. Not only that but the Departed also picked up awards for Best Editing Best Adapted Screenplay and Best film!
Law Abiding Citizen | DVD | (12/04/2010)
from £3.99 | Saving you £16.00 (80.00%) | RRP
When a home invasion robbery turns deadly the lone survivor will stop at nothing to avenge his lost loved ones in Law Abiding Citizen an explosive examination of blind justice from the director of The Italian Job.
Green Room | DVD | (19/09/2016)
from £6.98 | Saving you £10.51 (58.40%) | RRP
Down-on-their-luck punk rockers The Ain't Rights agree to a last-minute gig in a backwoods Oregon roadhouse. The gig soon takes a sinister turn as the band members stumble upon a grisly murder scene and find themselves targeted by a ruthless club owner and his associates, determined to eliminate all witnesses. From the internationally acclaimed filmmaker Jeremy Saulnier (BLUE RUIN), GREEN ROOM is a nerve shredding thrill-ride with a thick vein of dark humour, featuring a gripping ensemble performance from Patrick Stewart, Anton Yelchin, Imogen Poots, Alia Shawkat, Joe Cole, Macon Blair and Callum Turner.
Stoker | DVD | (01/07/2013)
from £3.59 | Saving you £14.51 (72.60%) | RRP
Stoker is a masterful psychodrama that teems with unsettling vibrations that hark directly back to Alfred Hitchcock, but also to the wave of contemporary cinema that has been surging in South Korea for the past decade. It is the first American feature by the auteur Park Chan-wook, whose widely seen trilogy of "revenge" films, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, and Lady Vengeance, paved the way for the meticulous craftsmanship of Stoker. The inspiration for Wentworth Miller's haunting script was Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt, though Stoker makes for an altogether creepier tale of a mysterious uncle, his melancholy niece, and the deadly interplay of family secrets slowly revealed. Park's delicate weaving of style transforms the material into a narrative symphony, with thematic elements conveyed in the smallest details of composition, art direction, and graceful cinematography. Mia Wasikowska is India Stoker, the teenage niece who just lost her father to a violent auto accident. It's a complete surprise to India and her mother Evelyn (Nicole Kidman) when his handsome younger brother Charlie (Matthew Goode) shows up at the brooding family mansion (itself a character that is integral to the story). Charlie's enigmatic smirk signals both calm and danger, and his presence is a catalyst that ratchets up the emotional turmoil India and Evelyn are already experiencing. India senses the danger even as she is drawn to Charlie, and her mother's repressed sexuality turns into a bonfire under his mysterious charm. He tempts and teases them both in an expertly choreographed dance of menace that fuels the rage building in India and puts further pressure on her mother's cataclysmic despair. Charlie's psychopathic presence infests the brooding, yet deceptively airy surroundings of the Stoker estate with a sense of peril that is just out of reach. Several key scenes unfold at the family dinner table, where poison lurks in Freudian undercurrents and maybe in the food and wine, too. The most mesmerising sequence captures a visit from the sheriff, who's investigating the murder of one of India's schoolmates. The crime is just one of many acts of deadly violence that erupt with jarring force in the past, present, and future of Stoker's disturbing timeline. As the sheriff talks to India and Charlie, the camera swirls around to the rhythm of the scene, separating, uniting, then retreating from them in a virtuosic room-to-room sweep. The extended take says much more about the interplay of India and Charlie's dread connection than the oblique dialogue. It's also a breathtaking illustration of Park's obsessive attention to shot design. But Stoker is much more than an exercise in style; it is also an unnerving and understated thriller that gives big rewards for all that attention to detail. To say that there are plot twists is an understatement for a movie whose elegant creativity is the biggest twist of all. --Ted Fry
Mr. Brooks | DVD | (10/03/2008)
from £4.68 | Saving you £14.73 (73.70%) | RRP
Consider Mr. Brooks. A successful businessman a generous philanthropist a loving father and devoted husband. Seemingly he's perfect. But Mr. Brooks has a secret - he is an insatiable serial killer so lethally clever that no one has ever suspected him -- until now. Kevin Costner stars as Earl Brooks a man who has managed to keep his two incompatible worlds from intersecting by controlling his cunning wicked alter ego Marshall (William Hurt) whom he blames for his wrongdoings. But now as Mr. Brooks succumbs to one last murderous urge an amateur photographer (Dane Cook) witnesses the crime. Suddenly Brooks finds himself entangled in the dark agenda of an opportunistic bystander as well as hunted by the unorthodox and tenacious detective Tracy Atwood (Demi Moore). Can Mr. Brooks outsmart his adversaries and conceal his shocking double life from his wife (Marg Helgenberger) and daughter (Danielle Panabaker) or will someone expose his crimes and his identity once and for all in this unpredictable and electrifying new thriller.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo | DVD | (19/07/2010)
from £2.56 | Saving you £15.43 (85.80%) | RRP
From the literary phenomenon by Stieg Larsson comes this gripping new thriller which will have you guessing right until the very end. Forty years ago Harriet Vanger disappeared off the secluded island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger family. There was no corpse no witnesses no evidence. Nearly forty years later a journalist by the name of Mikael Blomqvist gets an unusual assignment. He's contacted by Harriet's uncle Henrik Vanger who wants him to find out what really happened to Harriet. Mikael takes on the job with help from mysterious biker girl and computer hacker Lisbeth Salander. This unlikely pair form a fragile bond as they dig into the sinister past of this family and find out just how far they're prepared to go to protect themselves - and each other.
Blitz | DVD | (26/09/2011)
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Jason Statham (The Expendables) heads up full-on London cop thriller Blitz as the tough uncompromising and utterly un-PC Detective Brant teamed with an unlikely partner in Sgt Porter Nash (Paddy Considine - The Bourne Ultimatum). Together they investigate a series of vigilante cop murders. With Aidan Gillen (The Wire) playing the unhinged serial killer and David Morrissey (State of Play) as a journalist on the scent. it's crazy cop killer... versus one killer cop!
Taken | Blu Ray | (09/02/2009)
from £5.15 | Saving you £20.84 (80.20%) | RRP
In Taken Liam Neeson stars as Bryan an ex-soldier who is forced to embark on a frantic quest to rescue his daughter (Maggie Grace) after she is abducted by slave traders.
44 Inch Chest | DVD | (10/05/2010)
from £2.88 | Saving you £11.10 (74.00%) | RRP
A jealous husband and his friends plot the kidnapping of his wife's lover with the intention of restoring his wounded ego.
Filth | DVD | (10/02/2014)
from £6.32 | Saving you £13.67 (68.40%) | RRP
Detective Sergeant Bruce Robertson (James McAvoy) wants a promotion. He is clearly the best man for the job - the rest of his colleagues are just idiots. Annoyingly there's been a murder and Bruce's boss wants results. No problem for Bruce. He's in control and when he solves the case and wins the promotion his wife will return to him. No problem. But is life that simple? Is Bruce the man he really thinks he is? The tragic hilarious and memorable answers unfold in Filth... Directed by Jon S. Baird from his own screenplay Filth stars James McAvoy in the leading role with a supporting cast that includes Jamie Bell Jim Broadbent Imogen Poots Eddie Marsan Joanne Froggatt Gary Lewis Emun Elliott and John Sessions.
Going Off Big Time | DVD | (16/04/2001)
from £2.35 | Saving you £17.64 (88.20%) | RRP
Going Off Big Time is a British gangster thriller laced with post-Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels humour, yet free of that film's flash visual gimmickry and populated with convincingly real characters. Opening with a scene of violence and mayhem in a pub, the film unfolds in flashback as Mark Clayton (Neil Fitzmaurice, who also wrote the economical screenplay), recounts to his lawyer how bad luck and worse judgement turned this ordinary young man first into a hardened con, then into a small-time gangster. The prison sequences feature a masterly performance by Bernard Hill as the older con who shows Mark the ropes; the second half charts Clayton's rise to power taking over nightclub doors, running protection scams and, comically, dealing drugs from an ice-cream van. The style is plain vanilla with the rundown Liverpool settings giving a stark northern atmosphere somewhere between Get Carter (1971) and The Fully Monty (1997). It's small scale, unambitious stuff, and though Fitzmaurice packs plenty of plot into 83 minutes, more of Mark's romance with Natasha (Gabbi Barr) and his attempt to go straight would have lent the ending greater impact. The strong performances by a cast of almost entirely unknown actors are the best thing about the film. On the DVD: The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 image is sharp and detailed, though rather grainy in night-time scenes. The Dolby Digital 5.1 soundtrack doesn't get a lot to do but presents sounds with natural clarity. The extras comprise the trailer, two minutes of sounds bites and a minute of "B-roll", none of which add anything to the experience. --Gary S. Dalkin
Hannibal | DVD | (03/10/2011)
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Having escaped the asylum in 'Silence of the Lambs' Dr Lecter goes into hiding in Florence. Back in America Mason Verger an old victim of the doctor's seeks revenge. Disfigured and confined to a life-support system he plans to draw Lecter out of his hiding place using the one thing he truly cares for: Clarice Starling...
I Saw The Devil | Blu Ray | (09/05/2011)
from £7.65 | Saving you £14.77 (64.20%) | RRP
A psychotic serial killer is on the loose, committing some of the most diabolical crimes the police have ever witnessed. No one is safe as the body count rises and the killer continues his evil odyssey of sadistic butchery. But when the fiance of an elite special agent becomes one of his victims, a personal investigation becomes a merciless and brutal game of vengeance. As one violent encounter leads to another, it’s a game where the hunter becomes as unhinged as the hunted.Directed by one of Korea’s most notorious and revered directors Kim Ji-Woon (A Tale Of Two Sisters), I Saw The Devil is as action packed and thrilling as it is extremely dark and disturbing. Reuniting the director with actor Lee Byung-Hun (A Bittersweet Life, Hero) it also stars Asian cinema legend Choi Min-Sik (Oldboy). Special Features Director's Commentary Deleted Scenes Trailer Still Gallery
Death Proof | Blu Ray | (26/01/2009)
from £6.09 | Saving you £16.90 (73.50%) | RRP
Director Quentin Tarantino delivers an adrenaline shot to the heart with Death Proof a peddle to the metal white knuckle ride behind the wheel of a psycho serial killer's roving revving racing death machine. Kurt Russell (Escape from New York The Thing Silkwood) stars as a sociopathic stuntman whose taste for stalking sexy young ladies gets him into big trouble when he tangles with the wrong gang of badass babes. Their confrontation escalates to a hair-raising 18-minute automotive duel with one of the girls strapped to the hood of a thundering Dodge Challenger that will have you on the edge of your seat mile after mile. Referencing some classic chase movies - from H.B. Halicki's self-financed Gone in 60 Seconds which contained a non-stop forty minute car chase to Vanishing Point the nihilistic chase flick to Dirty Mary Crazy Larry a Peter Fonda vehicle - Tarantino once again mixes genres to perfection fusing the chase and slasher flicks and coming up with something truly original. Death Proof is also Tarantino's most linear film: Events are presented chronologically and breaks in time are punctuated with title cards. Though the action is sequential the contents of this unfamiliar structure are no less intriguing than that of any of his previous films. Kurt Russell turns in a superb virtuoso performance in Death Proof as the truly evil devious deranged lunatic Stuntman Mike - a psychotic serial killer and Hollywood stunt double who uses his 'death proof' Chevy to fulfil his murderous lust. Joining Russell as Tarantino's girls are Rosario Dawson (Sin City Rent 25th Hour) Rose McGowan (Planet Terror The Black Dahlia TV's Charmed) and Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Die Hard 4.0 Factory Girl). In addition real-life stuntwoman Zo'' Bell (Uma Thurman's body double in Kill Bill) playing herself to wonderful effect proves to be more than a match for Stuntman Mike ensuring the film's climax is an exhilarating 100% stunt action triumph - and all done without any use of CGI effects! So if you want to experience the thrill of the ride that is Death Proof and are prepared to have your senses mashed to pulp in the process then you're in for a sadistic treat when the DVD hits the streets.
American Gangster | DVD | (10/03/2008)
from £3.82 | Saving you £16.17 (80.90%) | RRP
American Gangster is a biopic of Harlem heroin kingpin Frank Lucas. In the early 1970s Lucas (Washington) became the biggest heroin dealer in Harlem with a smuggling scheme that imported heroin out of Southeast Asia in the caskets of dead Vietnam soldiers. He soon made upwards of one million dollars a day in drug sales. American Gangster centers on narcotics lawman Richie Roberts' (Crowe) struggle to bring down Lucas whose flamboyant style earned him the street name ""Superfly"" and catching the crooked cops and drug dealers who profited from Lucas's scheme.