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  • Bohemian Rhapsody [DVD] [2018]Bohemian Rhapsody | DVD | (04/03/2019) from £5.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Bohemian Rhapsody celebrates the band Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers ever.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody [Blu-ray] [2018]Bohemian Rhapsody | Blu Ray | (04/03/2019) from £19.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Bohemian Rhapsody celebrates the band Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers ever.

  • Bohemian Rhapsody [Blu-ray] [2018]Bohemian Rhapsody | Blu Ray | (04/03/2019) from £10.79   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Bohemian Rhapsody celebrates the band Queen, their music, and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury, who defied convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers ever.

  • Pixie [DVD] [2020]Pixie | DVD | (01/03/2021) from £9.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Zavvi - The Home of Pop Culture When a drug heist goes wrong, a group of criminals go on the run from gangsters out for revenge. Irish crime caper.

  • The Woman in White (BBC) [DVD]The Woman in White (BBC) | DVD | (14/05/2018) from £11.09   |  Saving you £0.86 (7.75%)   |  RRP £11.95

    The world of The Woman in White is one of intrigue, danger and psychological suspense. Wilkie Collins beloved mystery novel has taken generations of readers on a thrilling ride along the corridors of English country houses, and down into the dankest, deepest corners of the Victorian madhouse. This bold new adaptation by Fiona Seres for BBC One retains the creeping atmosphere that has captured the imaginations of the book's readers for over a century, while bringing a distinctly modern take to its striking female characters, its charismatic, formidable villains, and its gripping, labyrinthine plot. A timeless classic, it has as much to say to audiences today as it did in 1859. This 5-part BBC series stars Dougray Scott, Jessie Buckley, Ben Hardy, Olivia Vinall & Charles Dance.

  • The Far Pavilions [1983]The Far Pavilions | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £13.48   |  Saving you £6.51 (48.29%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Ash (Ben Cross) and Anjuli (Amy Irving) are two star-crossed lovers caught up in this passionate and haunting love story. Based on the best selling novel by M. M. Kaye The Far Pavilions is set in the India of the British Raj at the end of the 19th Century against the spectacular and epic sweep of battle treachery and intrigue. An all star cast including Omar Sharif Sir John Gielgud Christopher Lee Rossano Brazzi Robert Hardy Saeed Jaffery and Rupert Everett feature in

  • Bronson [Blu-ray] [2009]Bronson | Blu Ray | (06/07/2009) from £7.99   |  Saving you £15.00 (187.74%)   |  RRP £22.99

    Featuring a blistering lead performance from Tom Hardy, "Bronson" charts the life and times of notorious prisoner Charles Bronson.

  • WWE - Armageddon 2005WWE - Armageddon 2005 | DVD | (06/03/2006) from £24.28   |  Saving you £-6.29 (N/A%)   |  RRP £17.99

    Hell in a Cell: Randy Orton vs Undertaker Batista & Rey Mysterio vs. Big Show & Kane Cruiserweight Championship: Kid Kash vs. Juventud Handicap Match: Bobby Lashley vs. William Regal and Paul Burchill Match No. 4 of a Best-of-Seven Series: Booker T vs. Chris Benoit WWE Tag Team Championship: MNM vs. Super Crazy & Psicosis JBL vs. Matt Hardy

  • Farscape 3.1 [1999]Farscape 3.1 | DVD | (18/03/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    It's clear from the opening episodes of its third season that Farscape has developed into a grown-up show. There's a new self-confidence and maturity here that's entirely welcome after the often wildly erratic tone of the second season. The production design and high-quality effects remain true to the show's original quirky style, although both the look and the more adult-themed scripts have become progressively darker. It's also clear that anyone who has not followed Farscape extremely closely from the very first episode of Season One will be utterly baffled by the convoluted plotting and complex character interactions. This is not the best place to begin your interstellar journey. All the principal actors know their characters inside and out by now, and delight in showing off their many weaknesses and flaws. Refreshingly, the crew of Moya are a squabbling, bickering, selfish bunch most of the time, who somehow and against expectations manage to pull together (just) at the crucial moment. The writing has matured, too, remaining as witty as ever but equally unafraid to push both genre and censorship boundaries as villains bloodily torture their victims (usually Crichton) and the main characters become more and more obsessed with their sex lives (or lack thereof). Farscape is a whole galaxy away from the clean, cosy world of Star Trek. On the DVD: with a number of key personnel changes on the horizon, these first five episodes are evidence that Farscape knows where it's going even as it delights in keeping the audience guessing. Will Aeryn survive? If so, at what cost to her crewmates? What will D'Argo do when he discovers that Chiana and his son are having an affair? Can Zhaan really be dying? Just who is Neeyala? And can Crichton keep one step ahead of S&M fetishist Scorpius, various Skarrans and sundry other bloodthirsty aliens all intent upon getting into his mind, sometimes literally? Aware that no one is going to be able to start Season Three without knowing a lot of background, sensibly the main extra is a 45-minute "Farscape Undressed" documentary, hosted by Ben Browder and Claudia Black, which introduces all the key characters and themes of the show and sets up the backstory for the new season. There are "Info Pods" on Aeryn (with interview) and Zhaan, an interview with new series composer Guy Gross, some text trivia pieces, plus a gallery. There's also a bonus sampler disc of the pilot episode, though if you really want to keep up you'd better start but not stop there. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars [DVD]Farscape: Peacekeeper Wars | DVD | (06/04/2015) from £12.94   |  Saving you £2.05 (13.70%)   |  RRP £14.99

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  • Bronson [DVD] [2009]Bronson | DVD | (06/07/2009) from £4.19   |  Saving you £15.80 (79.00%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Featuring a blistering lead performance from Tom Hardy, "Bronson" charts the life and times of notorious prisoner Charles Bronson.

  • Farscape - The Complete Collection (Series 1-4) [Blu-ray][Region Free]Farscape - The Complete Collection (Series 1-4) | Blu Ray | (14/11/2011) from £172.78   |  Saving you £-44.79 (N/A%)   |  RRP £127.99

    The classic Sci-Fi series the way it was meant to be seen - in crystal clear HD.

  • Farscape: The Complete Seasons 1-4 [DVD]Farscape: The Complete Seasons 1-4 | DVD | (29/07/2013) from £120.13   |  Saving you £-31.14 (N/A%)   |  RRP £88.99

    John Crichton. Astronaut. Flung through a wormhole and lost in a galaxy far from home. He finds himself in the middle of a prison break surrounded by hostile aliens soaring through space inside a glorious living space ship called Moya. Hunted by the relentless Peacekeepers he allies himself with his unimaginably alien fellow refugees and searches for a way home. So begins the epic sci-fi classic Farscape. A fusion of live action state-of-the-art puppetry prosthetics and CGI Farscape features mind-boggling alien life forms dazzling special effects edge-of-your-seat thrills irreverent humour and unforgettable characters - all brought to life by the creative minds at Jim Henson's Creature Shop. No wonder it's been called the most imaginative sci-fi series in television history. Here we present all four Farscape seasons 88 episodes together in one epic collection alongside hours of bonus material making-of featurettes commentaries interviews deleted scenes and much more. Prepare for Starburst!

  • The Woman in White (BBC) [Blu-ray]The Woman in White (BBC) | Blu Ray | (14/05/2018) from £13.09   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    The world of The Woman in White is one of intrigue, danger and psychological suspense. Wilkie Collins beloved mystery novel has taken generations of readers on a thrilling ride along the corridors of English country houses, and down into the dankest, deepest corners of the Victorian madhouse. This bold new adaptation by Fiona Seres for BBC One retains the creeping atmosphere that has captured the imaginations of the book's readers for over a century, while bringing a distinctly modern take to its striking female characters, its charismatic, formidable villains, and its gripping, labyrinthine plot. A timeless classic, it has as much to say to audiences today as it did in 1859. This 5-part BBC series stars Dougray Scott, Jessie Buckley, Ben Hardy, Olivia Vinall & Charles Dance.

  • Farscape 1.1 [1999]Farscape 1.1 | DVD | (28/02/2000) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    An international co-production of Jim Henson's Creature Shop, Australia's Channel 9 and Hallmark Entertainment, Farscape is genre television at its most ambitious, inspired both by the cult appeal of Babylon 5 and the continuing success of the Star Trek franchise. Making extensive use of CGI, prosthetics and state-of-the-art puppetry, Farscape takes a visual leap beyond previous shows. Admittedly, the basic premise may be borrowed from Buck Rogers (American astronaut catapulted to far-flung galaxy populated by strange aliens), while the crew have something of Blake's 7 about them (a motley bunch of escaped convicts pursued by a relentless foe), and ideas like the living ship are borrowed from Babylon 5, but the Farscape concept has a freshness that makes it look and feel completely original. The production design is all bio-mechanical curves and the script never takes itself too seriously (fart jokes and double-entendres pop up when you least expect them). It must have been expensive to make, but it certainly looks (and sounds--in Dolby Digital 5.1) like every penny made it to the screen. In this handsome box set, two discs contain the first four episodes of the first season, completely uncut. In "Premiere", astronaut John Crichton is inadvertently catapulted into a parallel universe where he is taken on board the bio-mechanical ship Moya and meets the inhabitants: D'Argo, a seven-foot-tall Luxan warrior, Zhaan, a blue-skinned Delvian priestess, and the diminutive slug-like Rygel, the Henson Creature Shop's proudest creation. Another humanoid (and potential love interest), formidable-yet-sexy Peacekeeper Aeryn Sun, joins soon after. In true Buck Rogers style, Ben Browder plays Crichton as an all-American astronaut, although with a more believable sense of bewilderment; the supporting cast is a mixture of Australian and British actors, mostly disguised under heavy make-up. In episode 2, "Throne for a Loss", Rygel's devious side is developed further as he gets the crew into trouble when he "borrows" a crystal crucial to the operation of the ship and is kidnapped by some unpleasant characters. Disc Two opens with the wittily titled "Back and Back and Back to the Future", the obligatory time-travel episode, followed by "I, E.T.", in which Crichton feels the force of his earlier comment: "Boy did Spielberg get it wrong. Close Encounters, my ass." On the DVD: Disc One includes a "making of" documentary, with comments from the cast, Brian Henson and producer Rockne S. O'Bannon (the man also responsible for Alien Nation and SeaQuest), plus a profile of principal character John Crichton. Disc Two profiles Aeryn Sun and has the original trailer and DVD-ROM extras (screensaver and weblinks). --Mark Walker

  • Farscape: Complete Season 1 (Box Set) [1999]Farscape: Complete Season 1 (Box Set) | DVD | (28/10/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £99.99

    The first series of Farscape was a revitalising tonic for TV SF. An ambitious coproduction of Jim Henson's Creature Shop, Australia's Channel 9 and Hallmark Entertainment, Farscape launched itself with a refreshing mix of CGI, prosthetics and state-of-the-art puppetry to take a visual leap beyond other genre shows. The witty scripts, too, peppered with double-entendres and pop-culture references, are light years away from the staid style of Star Trek. Admittedly, the first season's basic premise is simply Buck Rogers updated (American astronaut John Crichton, played by Ben Browder, is catapulted to a far-flung galaxy populated by strange aliens), while the crew initially have something of Blake's 7 about them (a motley bunch of escaped convicts pursued by a relentless foe), and ideas like the living ship are borrowed from Babylon 5, but the Farscape concept has a freshness that makes it all look and feel completely original. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape - The Complete Season 3 [1999]Farscape - The Complete Season 3 | DVD | (25/10/2004) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £99.99

    It's clear right from the opening episodes of its third series that Farscape has finally developed into a grown-up show. There's a new self-confidence and a new maturity here that's entirely welcome after the often wildly erratic tone of the second series. The production design and high-quality effects work remain true to the show's original quirky style, although both the look and the more adult-themed scripts have become progressively darker. Season 3 is the year when the Wormhole story arc takes precedence, as the interactions between John Crichton and his nemesis Scorpius become ever more complicated (involving various different clones, real or "neural", of both antagonists). It's also the year that some major characters die, new ones are introduced and Crichton (well, one version of him anyway) and Aeryn finally consummate their relationship. Moya's crew endure a vertiginous emotional roller-coaster ride when powerful issues of love, loyalty and sacrifice loom large. They must also face their sternest challenge yet as the series' biggest story arc reaches an explosive climax aboard Scorpius' Command Carrier. Anyone who has not followed Farscape extremely closely from the very beginning of Series 1 will be utterly baffled by the convoluted plotting and complex character interactions. But for fans, this is the show's most rewarding year. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape 1.2 [1999]Farscape 1.2 | DVD | (17/04/2000) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    An international co-production of Jim Henson's Creature Shop, Australia's Channel 9 and Hallmark Entertainment, Farscape is genre television at its most ambitious, inspired both by the cult appeal of Babylon 5 and the continuing success of the Star Trek franchise. Making extensive use of CGI, prosthetics and state-of-the-art puppetry, Farscape takes a visual leap beyond previous shows. Admittedly, the basic premise may be borrowed from Buck Rogers (American astronaut catapulted to far-flung galaxy populated by strange aliens), while the crew have something of Blake's 7 about them (a motley bunch of escaped convicts pursued by a relentless foe), and ideas like the living ship are borrowed from Babylon 5, but the Farscape concept has a freshness that makes it look and feel completely original. The production design is all bio-mechanical curves and the script never takes itself too seriously (fart jokes and double-entendres pop up when you least expect them). It must have been expensive to make, but it certainly looks (and sounds in Dolby Digital 5.1) like every penny made it to the screen. In true Buck Rogers style, Ben Browder plays leading man John Crichton as an all-American astronaut, although with a more believable sense of bewilderment; the supporting cast is a mixture of Australian and British actors, mostly disguised under heavy make-up.In this second box set there are five episodes spread across two discs. Although the generic Star Trek-style storylines seem a little over-familiar, the witty and fast-paced scripts help to keep things fresh. In "Exodus from Genesis" the crew of Moya are invaded by space cockroaches, who, in a suprising twist then help them fend off the Peacekeepers. "Thank God it's Friday Again" shows D'Argo finding happiness in a hippy commune where all is not what it seems; Crichton has a Matrix-style worm inserted in his navel before Rygel's bodily functions prove to be instrumental in rescuing the crew. Crichton finds love with the "PK Tech Girl", much to the consternation of Aeryn Sun, who goes into full Lt. Ripley mode and spends the episode running around with a pulse rifle under flickering strobe lighting. In "That Old Black Magic", a malevolent magician forces a confrontation between Crichton and his nemesis, Crais; Zhaan must revive her bad old ways in order to save the day. "DNA Mad Scientist" is the most original episode, with a neat twist on the Frankenstein scenario thanks to the splendid villain, Namtar; a distinctly unpleasant side to some of the characters is revealed as they bargain body parts in exchange for a map home. On the DVD: Because the first disc contains three episodes instead of the usual two, special features are limited to a trailer and some conceptual art. The second disc also has a profile of Zhaan. --Mark Walker

  • Farscape: Complete Season 2 (Box Set) [1999]Farscape: Complete Season 2 (Box Set) | DVD | (03/11/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £99.99

    The second series of Farscape expands upon and develops the characters introduced in the ambitious first series. John Crichton's new nemesis is the deadly Scorpius, replacing Crais, who has taken the living ship Moya's offspring on a voyage into the unknown. Moya's regular crew--Aeryn, Zhaan, Chiana, D'Argo and Rygel--remain as divided and suspicious of each other as ever, yet somehow manage to pull together at times of crisis. The writers continue to exploit the show's gift for surprising as well as emotionally convincing character development, while the CGI effects, prosthetics and state-of-the-art puppetry--courtesy of Jim Henson's Creature Shop--continue to make Farscape the most original-looking SF show on TV. The witty scripts, peppered with postmodern pop-culture references and movie in-jokes, are also a breath of fresh air. Despite some wildly erratic shifts in tone, this is exceptional TV science fiction that continually pushes the accepted boundaries of the genre. --Mark Walker

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