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  • NCIS: Los Angeles: The Eleventh Season [DVD] [2020]NCIS: Los Angeles: The Eleventh Season | DVD | (17/08/2020) from £19.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Spies. Terrorists. Arms dealers. For Special Agents G Callen (Chris O'Donnell), Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), and the rest of the Naval Criminaln Investigative Service, it's just another day in paradise. But there's no time to lounge when the biggest cases of their careers come calling, whether it's local crises like the murder of a Naval lieutenant or the theft of a drone prototype, or international affairs like an impending missile attack in the Middle East. Meanwhile, the high stakes in the fi eld follow the agents home, as Special Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and LAPD liaison Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) consider whether they could have kids, and tech geniuses Eric (Barrett Foa) and Nell (Renée Felice Smith) struggle to maintain their relationship as Eric goes undercover. Likewise, a black ops agent from Hetty's (Linda Hunt) past returns to seek revenge. Experience a whole world of action, drama and suspense across all 22 episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 in this 5-disc set. Bonus Features Mother: The 250th Episode On Set, Offset Season 11 an Evolution Deleted/Extended Scenes

  • NCIS: Los Angeles: The Eleventh Season [DVD] [2020]NCIS: Los Angeles: The Eleventh Season | DVD | (17/08/2020) from £19.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Spies. Terrorists. Arms dealers. For Special Agents G Callen (Chris O'Donnell), Sam Hanna (LL Cool J), and the rest of the Naval Criminaln Investigative Service, it's just another day in paradise. But there's no time to lounge when the biggest cases of their careers come calling, whether it's local crises like the murder of a Naval lieutenant or the theft of a drone prototype, or international affairs like an impending missile attack in the Middle East. Meanwhile, the high stakes in the fi eld follow the agents home, as Special Agent Kensi Blye (Daniela Ruah) and LAPD liaison Marty Deeks (Eric Christian Olsen) consider whether they could have kids, and tech geniuses Eric (Barrett Foa) and Nell (Renée Felice Smith) struggle to maintain their relationship as Eric goes undercover. Likewise, a black ops agent from Hetty's (Linda Hunt) past returns to seek revenge. Experience a whole world of action, drama and suspense across all 22 episodes of NCIS: Los Angeles Season 11 in this 5-disc set. Bonus Features Mother: The 250th Episode On Set, Offset Season 11 an Evolution Deleted/Extended Scenes

  • Kwaidan (Masters of Cinema) Standard Edition Blu-rayKwaidan (Masters of Cinema) Standard Edition Blu-ray | Blu Ray | (14/09/2020) from £15.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes, Kwaidan features four nightmarish tales adapted from Lafcadio Hearn's classic Japanese ghost stories about mortals caught up in forces beyond their comprehension when the supernatural world intervenes in their lives: The Black Hair, The Woman of the Snow, Hoichi the Earless, and In a Cup of Tea. Breathtakingly photographed entirely on hand-painted sets, the film is an abstract wash of luminescent colours from another world. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the complete 183-minute original Japanese cut of Masaki Kobayashi's masterpiece on Blu-ray. Special Features: 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from Criterion's 2K digital restoration of Kobayashi's original director's cut Original monaural Japanese soundtrack Optional English subtitles Kim Newman on Kwaidan a new interview with the film critic and writer Shadowings [35 mins] a new video essay by David Cairns and Fiona Watson Original trailers PLUS: A collector's booklet featuring reprints of Lafcadio Hearn's original ghost stories; a survey of the life and career of Masaki Kobayashi by Linda Hoaglund ; and a wide ranging interview with the filmmaker, the last he'd ever give

  • Kwaidan (Masters of Cinema) Standard Edition Blu-rayKwaidan (Masters of Cinema) Standard Edition Blu-ray | Blu Ray | (14/09/2020) from £15.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Cannes, Kwaidan features four nightmarish tales adapted from Lafcadio Hearn's classic Japanese ghost stories about mortals caught up in forces beyond their comprehension when the supernatural world intervenes in their lives: The Black Hair, The Woman of the Snow, Hoichi the Earless, and In a Cup of Tea. Breathtakingly photographed entirely on hand-painted sets, the film is an abstract wash of luminescent colours from another world. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the complete 183-minute original Japanese cut of Masaki Kobayashi's masterpiece on Blu-ray. Special Features: 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from Criterion's 2K digital restoration of Kobayashi's original director's cut Original monaural Japanese soundtrack Optional English subtitles Kim Newman on Kwaidan a new interview with the film critic and writer Shadowings [35 mins] a new video essay by David Cairns and Fiona Watson Original trailers PLUS: A collector's booklet featuring reprints of Lafcadio Hearn's original ghost stories; a survey of the life and career of Masaki Kobayashi by Linda Hoaglund ; and a wide ranging interview with the filmmaker, the last he'd ever give

  • The Man Who Laughs (Masters of Cinema) Blu-ray [2020]The Man Who Laughs (Masters of Cinema) Blu-ray | Blu Ray | (17/08/2020) from £17.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    One of the most visually striking of all the later silent films, The Man Who Laughs reunites German Expressionism director Paul Leni and cinematographer Gilbert Warrenton from their horror hit the previous year, The Cat and the Canary (1927). Both films are often considered to be among the earliest works of legendary horror classics from Universal Studios, yet the undeniably eerie The Man Who Laughs is more accurately described as a Gothic melodrama. However, its influence on the genre and the intensity of the imageryart director Charles Hall and makeup genius Jack Pierce would go on to define the look of those 1930s Universal horror landmarkshave redefined it as an early horror classic, bolstered by one of the most memorable performances of the period. Adapted from the Victor Hugo novel, The Man Who Laughs is Gwynplaine (an extraordinary Conrad Veidt), a carnival sideshow performer in 17th-century England, his face mutilated into a permanent, ghoulish grin by his executed father's royal court enemies. Gwynplaine struggles through life with the blind Dea (Phantom of the Opera's Mary Philbin) as his companion though she is unable to see it, his disfigurement still causes Gwynplaine to believe he is unworthy of her love. But when his proper royal lineage becomes known by Queen Anne, Gwynplaine must choose between regaining a life of privilege, or embracing a new life of freedom with Dea. The startling makeup on Veidt was the acknowledged direct inspiration for The Joker in the 1940 Batman comic that introduced the character, and film versions of The Joker have been even more specific in their references to Leni's film. While The Man Who Laughs contains powerful elements of tragedy, doomed romance, and even swashbuckling swordplay, its influence on horror cinema is most pronounced. Leni died suddenly at the age of 44 a year after this film (with Veidt also unexpectedly passing away too soon in 1943), and The Man Who Laughs endures as one of the most haunting and stylish American silent films, made just as that era was coming to a close. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the film on home video for the first time ever in the UK. Special Features: LIMITED EDITION O CARD (2000 UNITS) 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from Universal's 4K restoration Uncompressed LPCM 2.0 (stereo) score by the Berklee School of Music Uncompressed LPCM 2.0 (mono) 1928 movietone score A brand new interview with author and horror expert Kim Newman A brand new video essay by David Cairns Paul Leni and The Man Who Laughs featurette on the production of the film Rare stills gallery A collector's booklet featuring new writing by Travis Crawford, and Richard Combs

  • The Man Who Laughs (Masters of Cinema) Blu-ray [2020]The Man Who Laughs (Masters of Cinema) Blu-ray | Blu Ray | (17/08/2020) from £17.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    One of the most visually striking of all the later silent films, The Man Who Laughs reunites German Expressionism director Paul Leni and cinematographer Gilbert Warrenton from their horror hit the previous year, The Cat and the Canary (1927). Both films are often considered to be among the earliest works of legendary horror classics from Universal Studios, yet the undeniably eerie The Man Who Laughs is more accurately described as a Gothic melodrama. However, its influence on the genre and the intensity of the imageryart director Charles Hall and makeup genius Jack Pierce would go on to define the look of those 1930s Universal horror landmarkshave redefined it as an early horror classic, bolstered by one of the most memorable performances of the period. Adapted from the Victor Hugo novel, The Man Who Laughs is Gwynplaine (an extraordinary Conrad Veidt), a carnival sideshow performer in 17th-century England, his face mutilated into a permanent, ghoulish grin by his executed father's royal court enemies. Gwynplaine struggles through life with the blind Dea (Phantom of the Opera's Mary Philbin) as his companion though she is unable to see it, his disfigurement still causes Gwynplaine to believe he is unworthy of her love. But when his proper royal lineage becomes known by Queen Anne, Gwynplaine must choose between regaining a life of privilege, or embracing a new life of freedom with Dea. The startling makeup on Veidt was the acknowledged direct inspiration for The Joker in the 1940 Batman comic that introduced the character, and film versions of The Joker have been even more specific in their references to Leni's film. While The Man Who Laughs contains powerful elements of tragedy, doomed romance, and even swashbuckling swordplay, its influence on horror cinema is most pronounced. Leni died suddenly at the age of 44 a year after this film (with Veidt also unexpectedly passing away too soon in 1943), and The Man Who Laughs endures as one of the most haunting and stylish American silent films, made just as that era was coming to a close. The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present the film on home video for the first time ever in the UK. Special Features: LIMITED EDITION O CARD (2000 UNITS) 1080p presentation on Blu-ray from Universal's 4K restoration Uncompressed LPCM 2.0 (stereo) score by the Berklee School of Music Uncompressed LPCM 2.0 (mono) 1928 movietone score A brand new interview with author and horror expert Kim Newman A brand new video essay by David Cairns Paul Leni and The Man Who Laughs featurette on the production of the film Rare stills gallery A collector's booklet featuring new writing by Travis Crawford, and Richard Combs

  • Mr Vampire (Eureka Classics) Blu-rayMr Vampire (Eureka Classics) Blu-ray | Blu Ray | (20/07/2020) from £17.05   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    One of the most genre-defining (not to mention genre-defying!) horror-comedies imaginable, and one of the key Hong Kong blockbuster hits of the 1980s, the popularity and influence of Mr. Vampire cannot be overstated. Spawning at least four sequels and countless spin-offs and imitations, this Hong Kong horror-comedy to end them all was an understandable crowd-pleasing sensation, and triggered a wave of jiangshi ( hopping vampire ) movies. Produced by the legendary Sammo Hung, the original Mr. Vampire is essential viewing for anyone interested in the 80s golden age of Hong Kong cinema. In a career-making performance, the late Lam Ching-ying is Master Kau, expert on all matters of the supernatural. When Kau and his two bumbling students, Man Choi (famous comedian Ricky Hui) and Chou (Fist of Legend's Chin Siu-ho), exhume a corpse for reburial, things go frighteningly and hilariously awry when the cadaver is revealed to be a hopping vampire. With the undead on the loose, Master Kau is blamed for the chaos, and must work with his students to put the spirits to rest before the vampire's own granddaughter (80s Hong Kong action icon Moon Lee) gets bitten. Fighting the vampires with everything from sticky rice to filing down the bloodsucker's fangs, the trio must defeat an increasing number of ghoulish dangers. Director Ricky Lau would go on to make several more Mr. Vampire successors (as well as the related Sammo Hung sequel Encounters of the Spooky Kind II, with Lam Ching-ying as another vampire-battling master), but nothing tops the original for its classic fusion of screams and laughs, and it has never looked as eye-poppingly, vampire-hoppingly beautiful as this new Blu-ray special edition. Special Features: Limited Edition O-CARD Slipcase with new artwork by Darren Wheeling [2000 units] PLUS: A Collector's Booklet featuring new writing on the film [2000 units] 1080p presentation from a brand new 2K restoration Original Cantonese audio (original mono presentations) English dub track produced for the film's original European home video release English dub track produced for the film's original American home video release Newly translated English subtitles Brand new and exclusive feature length audio commentary by Asian film expert Frank Djeng (NY Asian Film Festival) Alternate end credits Archival interview with Chin Siu-hou [40 mins] Archival interview with Moon Lee [15 mins] Archival interview with Ricky Lau [12 mins] Original Hong Kong Trailer

  • The Invisible Man (Blu-ray) [2020] [Region Free]The Invisible Man (Blu-ray) | Blu Ray | (29/06/2020) from £14.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Golden Globe & Emmy winner Elisabeth Moss stars in a terrifying modern tale of obsession, inspired by Universal's classic monster character. Available exclusively to the Home Entertainment release, this is the uncut version of the film which was not shown in cinemas or At Home On Demand. Trapped in a violent, controlling relationship with a wealthy and brilliant scientist, Cecilia Kass (Moss) escapes in the dead of night and disappears into hiding, aided by her sister, their childhood friend and his teenage daughter. But when Cecilia's abusive ex commits suicide and leaves her a generous portion of his vast fortune, Cecilia suspects his death was a hoax. As a series of eerie coincidences turns lethal, threatening the lives of those she loves, Cecilia's sanity begins to unravel as she desperately tries to prove that she is being hunted by someone nobody can see. Bonus Features Uncut Feature Commentary with writer/ director Leigh Whannell Deleted Scenes Moss Manifested Director's Journey with Leigh Whannell The Players Timeless Terror

  • Safety Last! (1923) (Criterion Collection) UK Only [Blu-ray] [2020]Safety Last! (1923) (Criterion Collection) UK Only | Blu Ray | (14/09/2020) from £17.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. Chaplin was the sweet innocent, Keaton the stoic outsider, but Lloydthe modern guy striving for successis us. And with its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, Safety Last! is the perfect introduction to him. Lloyd plays a small-town bumpkin trying to make it in the big city, who finds employment as a lowly department-store clerk. He comes up with a wild publicity stunt to draw attention to the store, resulting in an incredible feat of derring-do on his part that gets him started on the climb to success. Laugh-out-loud funny and jaw-dropping in equal measure, Safety Last! is a movie experience par excellence, anchored by a genuine legend. Special Features: New 2K digital film restoration Musical score by composer Carl Davis from 1989, synchronized and restored under his supervision and presented in uncompressed stereo on the Blu-ray edition Alternate score by organist Gaylord Carter from the late 1960s, presented in uncompressed monaural on the Blu-ray edition Audio commentary featuring film critic Leonard Maltin and director and Harold Lloyd archivist Richard Correll Introduction by Suzanne Lloyd, Lloyd's granddaughter and president of Harold Lloyd Entertainment Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius, a 104-minute documentary from 1989 Three newly restored Lloyd shorts: Take a Chance (1918), Young Mr. Jazz (1919), and His Royal Slyness (1920), with commentary by Correll and film writer John Bengtson Locations and Effects, a new documentary featuring Bengtson and special effects expert Craig Barron New interview with Davis PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Ed Park

  • Safety Last! (1923) (Criterion Collection) UK Only [Blu-ray] [2020]Safety Last! (1923) (Criterion Collection) UK Only | Blu Ray | (14/09/2020) from £17.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    The comic genius of silent star Harold Lloyd is eternal. Chaplin was the sweet innocent, Keaton the stoic outsider, but Lloydthe modern guy striving for successis us. And with its torrent of perfectly executed gags and astonishing stunts, Safety Last! is the perfect introduction to him. Lloyd plays a small-town bumpkin trying to make it in the big city, who finds employment as a lowly department-store clerk. He comes up with a wild publicity stunt to draw attention to the store, resulting in an incredible feat of derring-do on his part that gets him started on the climb to success. Laugh-out-loud funny and jaw-dropping in equal measure, Safety Last! is a movie experience par excellence, anchored by a genuine legend. Special Features: New 2K digital film restoration Musical score by composer Carl Davis from 1989, synchronized and restored under his supervision and presented in uncompressed stereo on the Blu-ray edition Alternate score by organist Gaylord Carter from the late 1960s, presented in uncompressed monaural on the Blu-ray edition Audio commentary featuring film critic Leonard Maltin and director and Harold Lloyd archivist Richard Correll Introduction by Suzanne Lloyd, Lloyd's granddaughter and president of Harold Lloyd Entertainment Harold Lloyd: The Third Genius, a 104-minute documentary from 1989 Three newly restored Lloyd shorts: Take a Chance (1918), Young Mr. Jazz (1919), and His Royal Slyness (1920), with commentary by Correll and film writer John Bengtson Locations and Effects, a new documentary featuring Bengtson and special effects expert Craig Barron New interview with Davis PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Ed Park

  • Koko-Di Koko-Da [Blu-ray]Koko-Di Koko-Da | Blu Ray | (07/09/2020) from £14.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Intriguingly twisted and thrillingly tense, KOKO-DI KOKO-DA is the darkly comic new film from acclaimed director Johannes Nyholm that feels both refreshingly smart and utterly original. When a married couple retreat to a remote area of forest as part of a reconciliatory camping trip, they encounter a trio of otherworldly presences who steadily turn their trip into a nightmare. Led by a mysterious man dressed in a sharp white suit and boater, this group begin subjecting the couple to a terrifying series of visitations, each one more intense than the last. Both their origin and their motivations are unclear; are they physical manifestations of something supernatural or do these ghoulish spectres represent something even more sinister?

  • Koko-Di Koko-Da [Blu-ray]Koko-Di Koko-Da | Blu Ray | (07/09/2020) from £14.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Intriguingly twisted and thrillingly tense, KOKO-DI KOKO-DA is the darkly comic new film from acclaimed director Johannes Nyholm that feels both refreshingly smart and utterly original. When a married couple retreat to a remote area of forest as part of a reconciliatory camping trip, they encounter a trio of otherworldly presences who steadily turn their trip into a nightmare. Led by a mysterious man dressed in a sharp white suit and boater, this group begin subjecting the couple to a terrifying series of visitations, each one more intense than the last. Both their origin and their motivations are unclear; are they physical manifestations of something supernatural or do these ghoulish spectres represent something even more sinister?

  • Psycho 60th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray) [2020] [Region Free]Psycho 60th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray) | Blu Ray | (07/09/2020) from £14.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Una joven secretaria, tras cometer un robo, se marcha de la ciudad y conduce durante horas, parando para descansar en un pequeño motel de carretera regentado por un joven llamado Norman. Todo parece normal y tranquilo en el apartado motel y en la casa de al lado en la que viven Norman y su madre pero, mientras está en la ducha, la joven es asesinada salvajemente a cuchilladas. INCLUYE DOS VERSIONES DE PSICOSIS: PSICOSIS SIN CORTES: La versión extendida de la película, tal y como se vio en los cines en 1960, es exactamente como la pensó Alfred Hitchcock y ahora está disponible con material adicional por primera vez. PSICOSIS: La versión más vista de la película fue editada por el contenido y posteriormente utilizada para las emisiones de televisión, reestrenos en cines y entretenimiento en el hogar durante los últimos 60 años. Bonus: Cómo se hizo Psicosis A la sombra del maestro: el legado de Hitchcock Entrevistas con Hitchcock/Truffaut El estreno de Psicosis La escena de la ducha: storyboards by Saul Bass Audiocomentario con Stephen Rebello (Autor de Alfred Hitchcock y el rodaje de Psicosis) Y ¡mucho más!

  • Psycho 60th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray) [2020] [Region Free]Psycho 60th Anniversary Edition (Blu-ray) | Blu Ray | (07/09/2020) from £14.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Una joven secretaria, tras cometer un robo, se marcha de la ciudad y conduce durante horas, parando para descansar en un pequeño motel de carretera regentado por un joven llamado Norman. Todo parece normal y tranquilo en el apartado motel y en la casa de al lado en la que viven Norman y su madre pero, mientras está en la ducha, la joven es asesinada salvajemente a cuchilladas. INCLUYE DOS VERSIONES DE PSICOSIS: PSICOSIS SIN CORTES: La versión extendida de la película, tal y como se vio en los cines en 1960, es exactamente como la pensó Alfred Hitchcock y ahora está disponible con material adicional por primera vez. PSICOSIS: La versión más vista de la película fue editada por el contenido y posteriormente utilizada para las emisiones de televisión, reestrenos en cines y entretenimiento en el hogar durante los últimos 60 años. Bonus: Cómo se hizo Psicosis A la sombra del maestro: el legado de Hitchcock Entrevistas con Hitchcock/Truffaut El estreno de Psicosis La escena de la ducha: storyboards by Saul Bass Audiocomentario con Stephen Rebello (Autor de Alfred Hitchcock y el rodaje de Psicosis) Y ¡mucho más!

  • Split Second (Limited Edition) [Blu-ray]Split Second (Limited Edition) | Blu Ray | (27/07/2020) from £15.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    101 Films presents Split Second (1992), a dark, dystopian thriller starring Rutger Hauer as a veteran detective on the trail of a serial killer in a rainswept future London. Co-starring Alastair Duncan and Kim Cattrall, and supported by a host of legendary British character actors, this newly restored presentation of the film is complemented with extensive new interviews with the filmmakers. Title 015 on the 101 Films Black Label, this limited edition version comes with slipcase and booklet. The year is 2008, and heavy rainfall has flooded large areas of London. Rookie police officer Dick Durkin (Alastair Duncan) is assigned to partner maverick Harley Stone (Rutger Hauer), a burnt-out and highly cynical homicide detective who was unable to prevent the murder of his partner by a serial killer three years earlier. Following a spate of murders it appears that the killer has returned, and Stone and Durkin are assigned to the case. After investigating the scenes of several slayings they appear no closer to identifying the killer, but a mysterious connection to Stone keeps the trail warm. As each gruesome murder draws the detectives closer to the killer, the killer gets closer to them, until they must finally confront the true evil that lurks below the streets of London. Special Features: High Definition (1080p) presentation of the main feature in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio, newly scanned, restored and colour graded in 4K from the 35MM internegative Audio Commentary by action film historian Mike Leeder and filmmaker Arne Venema ¢ Great Big Bloody Guns! Producer Laura Gregory & Actor Alastair (Neil) Duncan on Split Second (HD, 27:25) Call Me Mr. Snips! An Interview with Composer Stephen W. Parsons (HD, 22:21) Stay In Line! An Interview with Line Producer Laurie Borg (HD, 23:02) More Blood! An Interview with Creature Effects Designer Cliff Wallace (HD, 32:03) Shoot Everything! An Interview with Cinematographer Clive Tickner (HD, 18:57) Limited edition booklet: Includes ˜Monster Mash: Making Split Second' by Scott Harrison, and ˜Behind Blue Eyes: Rutger Hauer, Unlikely Action Star' by Phillip Escott Specially commissioned artwork Original 1992 Split Second Making of featurette featuring interviews with stars Rutger Hauer, Kim Cattrall, Alastair (Neil) Duncan, Michael J. Pollard, Writer Gary Scott Thompson and more! (SD, 6:12) Original 1992 behind the scenes feature featuring effects creator Stephen Norrington, cast and crew (SD, 3:31) Split Second Japanese Cut, full frame with burnt-in Japanese subtitles (SD, 95:00) Deleted Scenes from the Japanese Cut (English, burnt-in Japanese subtitles) (SD, 4:30) 7 Promotional TV Clips (SD) U.S. VHS Home Video Promo (SD, 2:55) Theatrical Trailer (SD, 2:12)

  • Split Second (Limited Edition) [Blu-ray]Split Second (Limited Edition) | Blu Ray | (27/07/2020) from £15.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    101 Films presents Split Second (1992), a dark, dystopian thriller starring Rutger Hauer as a veteran detective on the trail of a serial killer in a rainswept future London. Co-starring Alastair Duncan and Kim Cattrall, and supported by a host of legendary British character actors, this newly restored presentation of the film is complemented with extensive new interviews with the filmmakers. Title 015 on the 101 Films Black Label, this limited edition version comes with slipcase and booklet. The year is 2008, and heavy rainfall has flooded large areas of London. Rookie police officer Dick Durkin (Alastair Duncan) is assigned to partner maverick Harley Stone (Rutger Hauer), a burnt-out and highly cynical homicide detective who was unable to prevent the murder of his partner by a serial killer three years earlier. Following a spate of murders it appears that the killer has returned, and Stone and Durkin are assigned to the case. After investigating the scenes of several slayings they appear no closer to identifying the killer, but a mysterious connection to Stone keeps the trail warm. As each gruesome murder draws the detectives closer to the killer, the killer gets closer to them, until they must finally confront the true evil that lurks below the streets of London. Special Features: High Definition (1080p) presentation of the main feature in its original 1.85:1 aspect ratio, newly scanned, restored and colour graded in 4K from the 35MM internegative Audio Commentary by action film historian Mike Leeder and filmmaker Arne Venema ¢ Great Big Bloody Guns! Producer Laura Gregory & Actor Alastair (Neil) Duncan on Split Second (HD, 27:25) Call Me Mr. Snips! An Interview with Composer Stephen W. Parsons (HD, 22:21) Stay In Line! An Interview with Line Producer Laurie Borg (HD, 23:02) More Blood! An Interview with Creature Effects Designer Cliff Wallace (HD, 32:03) Shoot Everything! An Interview with Cinematographer Clive Tickner (HD, 18:57) Limited edition booklet: Includes ˜Monster Mash: Making Split Second' by Scott Harrison, and ˜Behind Blue Eyes: Rutger Hauer, Unlikely Action Star' by Phillip Escott Specially commissioned artwork Original 1992 Split Second Making of featurette featuring interviews with stars Rutger Hauer, Kim Cattrall, Alastair (Neil) Duncan, Michael J. Pollard, Writer Gary Scott Thompson and more! (SD, 6:12) Original 1992 behind the scenes feature featuring effects creator Stephen Norrington, cast and crew (SD, 3:31) Split Second Japanese Cut, full frame with burnt-in Japanese subtitles (SD, 95:00) Deleted Scenes from the Japanese Cut (English, burnt-in Japanese subtitles) (SD, 4:30) 7 Promotional TV Clips (SD) U.S. VHS Home Video Promo (SD, 2:55) Theatrical Trailer (SD, 2:12)

  • Arkansas [DVD] [2020]Arkansas | DVD | (20/07/2020) from £10.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

  • Inferno Of Torture [Blu-ray]Inferno Of Torture | Blu Ray | (06/07/2020) from £16.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Exploitation legend Teruo Ishii (Horrors of Malformed Men, Orgies of Edo) delivers one of his most extreme visions of violent eroticism in this, the sixth in his abnormal love series. Tattoos and torture await women forced into servitude in Ishii's Inferno of Torture. Unable to repay a local lender, Yumi (Yumika Katayama) takes up an offer to serve as a geisha for two years with a promise of freedom once her debt is repaid. She quickly realises that this is less a house of geishas than an extremely cruel brothel specialising in supplying western visitors with tattooed playthings. Taken under the wing of one of the leading tattoo artists vying for a coveted spot in the Shogun's good graces through his work, Yumi's body becomes a battleground as a rival artist becomes determined not to lose his spot at the top. When the madam, Otatsu (Mieko Fujimoto) trains her eye on the blossoming relationship between the benevolent artist Horihide (Teruo Yoshida) and his model, she makes sure than her stay is less than hospitable, inspiring the torturous inferno of the title. Following Ishii's legendary Shogun's Joy of Torture and Orgies of Edo, the prolific filmmaker still manages to turn up the heat in this incredibly violent and salacious entry in a filmography unlike any other. From the film's opening scene depicting some of the most perverse violence ever captured on screen, through to the shock ending that will leave the audience's mouths agape, there's nothing quite like Inferno of Torture. Tender romance clashes with vile sadism as a sea of tattooed female flesh floods nearly every frame of this film depicting Japan's Edo period as only Ishii could. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation Original uncompressed mono audio Optional English subtitles Audio Commentary by Japanese cinema expert Tom Mes Erotic Grotesque Nonsense & the Foundations of Japan's Cult Counterculture - a condensed version of Jasper Sharp's Miskatonic Institute lecture Trailer Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly-commissioned artwork by Jacob Phillips FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Chris D.

  • Female Trouble (1974) (Criterion Collection) UK Only [Blu-ray] [2020]Female Trouble (1974) (Criterion Collection) UK Only | Blu Ray | (13/07/2020) from £17.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Glamour has never been more grotesque than in Female Trouble, which injects the Hollywood melodrama with anarchic decadence. DIVINE, the larger-than-life muse of director JOHN WATERS (Multiple Maniacs), engulfs the screen with charisma as Dawn Davenportwho progresses from a teenage nightmare hell-bent on getting cha-cha heels for Christmas to a fame monster whose egomaniacal impulses land her in the electric chairin the ultimate expression of the film's lurid mantra, Crime is beauty. Shot in Baltimore on 16 mm, with a cast drawn from Waters' beloved troupe of regulars, the Dreamlanders (including MINK STOLE, DAVID LOCHARY, MARY VIVIAN PEARCE, EDITH MASSEY, and COOKIE MUELLER), this film, the director's favourite of his work with Divine, comes to life through the tinsel-toned vision of production designer VINCENT PERANIO and costume designer/makeup artist VAN SMITH. An endlessly quotable fan favourite, Female Trouble offers up perverse pleasures that never fail to satisfy. Special Features: New 4K digital restoration, supervised by director John Waters, with uncompressed monaural soundtrack on the Blu-ray Audio commentary from 2004 featuring Waters New conversation between Waters and critic Michael Musto New and archival interviews with cast and crew members Mink Stole, Pat Moran, Vincent Peranio, Susan Lowe, Mary Vivian Pearce, and more Deleted scenes and alternate takes Rare on-set footage More! PLUS: An essay by film critic Ed Halter

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    101 Films presents The New Kids, a startling, nonstop ticket to terror from director Sean S. Cunningham (Friday the 13th). A key entry in the 1980s wave of juvenile delinquency movies, the New Kids features early performances from Lori Loughlin (Full House) and James Spader (Sex, Lies, and Videotape) in a particularly memorable role. Available for the first time in the UK since a VHS release as ˜Striking Back' in 1988, this edition comes with limited edition booklet and slipcase, and includes brand new interviews with director Sean S. Cunningham and writer Stephen Gyllenhaal. After their parents die in a car crash, two allAmerican teens, Loren (Shannon Presby) and Abby (Lori Loughlin) go to live with relatives in a small Florida town. But trouble begins when members of a vicious gang, led by Dutra (James Spader), bet on who'll be the first to seduce the innocent Abby. When she spurns their obscene advances, the thugs embark on a sadistic campaign of vandalism, arson and assault. The savagery escalates until Loren must defend himself and his sister in a brutal fight to the death in a carnival midway. It's The New Kids... trying to make it in this town just might kill them! Special Features: Interview with director Sean S. Cunningham Interview with writer Stephen Gyllenhaal Commentary with film experts Sean Hogan and Jasper Sharp Limited edition booklet: Includes ˜80s Gang Violence Movies and The New Kids by Jon Towlson and Pushing the Envelope: Sean Cunningham by Barry Forshaw

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