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  • The Jungle Book (2 Disc Special Edition) (Disney)The Jungle Book (2 Disc Special Edition) (Disney) | DVD | (05/11/2007) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £21.99

    One of the most popular Disney films ever The Jungle Book is a song-filled celebration of friendship fun and adventure set in a lush and colourful world. Inspired by Rudyard Kipling's""Mowgli"" stories Disney's 19th animated masterpiece was the last animated feature that had Walt Disney's personal touch. The jubilant adventure begins when Mowgli a little boy raised by wolves is urged by his friend Bagheera a wise old panther to seek safety in the man-village. Feeling very much at home in the jungle Mowgli resists and runs off. Much to Bagherra's dismay Mowgli meets a new friend with a happy-go-lucky- philosophy of life- Baloo the bear a lovable "" jungle bum."" Together the three buddies find the journey back to civilization anything but civilized! They encounter a crazy orangutan the hypnotic and sly snake Kaa and the menacing Shere Khan!

  • Re-Animator (2 Disc) [Blu-ray]Re-Animator (2 Disc) | Blu Ray | (14/03/2016) from £16.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Re-Animator was undoubtedly one of the most notorious horror films of the 1980s. Based on a classic 'Mad Professor' speech, this relentless splatterfest takes obsession, suspense and terror to the very limits of your imagination. Prepare to meet Dr. Herbert West, the sickest man in science?The night that medical student Dan Cain discovered his pet cat, Rufus, dead in his roommates fridge was just the beginning. Before long Dan, and his beloved girlfriend, Megan, become involved in the macabre experiments of his roommate, the sinister Dr. Herbert West, who has created a serum that can bring both brain and body back from the dead. The immoral scientific methods of Dr. West provide the Dean of the medical school with reason to expel West and force Cain out of the hospital.Undeterred, West and Cain continue with their experiments in the hospital's morgue - restoring life to an unlimited supply of fresh corpses. Men, en chilling sideeffekt til Westens discovery fører til en tilsynelatende endeløs natt of mind-bending terror and unthinkable madness.Original title:Re-animator Text:English Sound:DTS 5.1 HD MA (English) Picture:1080p High Definition Widescreen Format:Blu-ray Region B Country of origin:England (USA) Extra material:- The 'Unrated' Version - brand new 4K restoration- The 'Integral' Version(Exclusive to Blu-ray)- Audio commentary with director Stuart Gordon- Audio commentary with producer Brian Yuzna, and actors Jeffrey Combs, Robert Sampson, Barbara Crampton and Bruce Abbott- Re-Animator Resurrectus documentary- Interviews with Stuart Gordon and Brian Yuzna, writer Dennis Paoli composer Richard Band and Fangoria editor Tony Timpone- Extended scenes, deleted scene and trailers- GalleryDuration:86 min TV system:PAL Published: 1985 Distributor: Second Sight Director:Stuart Gordon Starring: Jeffrey CombsBruce AbbottBarbara CramptonDavid GaleRobert SampsonGerry Black

  • Bride of Re-animator Dual-Format Blu-ray & DVDBride of Re-animator Dual-Format Blu-ray & DVD | Blu Ray | (17/10/2016) from £14.13   |  Saving you £8.85 (79.44%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Brian Yuzna's Bride of Re-Animator (1990) was one of the last hurrahs for special-effects-based horror films before CGI extended the ease with which the impossible could be put on screen. Like its predecessor, Re-Animator, Bride is very loosely based on HP Lovecraft's stories of Herbert West, a scientist with a taste for investigation that knows no boundaries, especially not those of good taste. He and his agonisingly liberal sidekick Cain have discovered an improvement on their original serum--now they can not only bring the dead back to life but also assemble them from parts first. Jeffrey Combs gives a wonderfully dour performance as West, not even cracking a smile when a creature he has concocted from fingers and an eye-ball is running around the room unseen by a pestering detective. This is the sort of film that constantly escalates its macabre elements--the surviving villain of the first film has been left as simply an animated head, but that does not stop him pursuing his revenge on West, nor finding ways of using West's new techniques along the way. It all makes for cheerfully gruesome fun. On the DVD: Bride of Re-Animator is presented in an anamorphic widescreen visual aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and its Dolby 2.0 does what little can be done with the muddy soundtrack, but is rather better with the jauntily creepy score. The only special features on this Tartan issue are the trailer, the director's production notes and a reel of trailers for other Tartan horror movies. --Roz Kaveney

  • Re-Animator: Limited Edition 2 Disc Steelbook [Blu-Ray]Re-Animator: Limited Edition 2 Disc Steelbook | Blu Ray | (02/06/2014) from £26.98   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    One of the most celebrated outrageous and original horror films of all time Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator is a darkly comic tale that 'upped the 80's gore ante at a time when blood was already flowing freely' (Total Film). Brilliant if somewhat deranged medical student Herbert West arrives at Miskatonic Medical school and immediately sneers at his professor's outdated views of death. West has his own outlandish theories and has concocted a serum that will bring the dead back to life. Roping in fellow student Dan Cain their shocking experiments work all too well with horrific and very messy results. Special Features: The 'Unrated' Version - Brand New 4K Restoration The 'Integral' Version (Exclusive to Blu-Ray) Audio Commentary with Director Stuart Gordon Audio Commentary with Producer Brian Yuzna and actors Jeffrey Combs Robert Sampson Barbara Crampton and Bruce Abbott Re-Animator Resurrectus Documentary Interviews with Stuart Gordon and Brian Yuzna Writer Dennis Paoli Composer Richard Band and Fangoria Editor Tony Timpone Extended Scenes Deleted Scenes Trailers Gallery  

  • Bad Dreams [Blu-ray]Bad Dreams | Blu Ray | (24/09/2018) from £12.09   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    After the success of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET in 1984, many a movie that moulded together slasher thrills and supernatural chills was rushed into production - from SLAUGHTERHOUSE ROCK (1988) to THE HORROR SHOW (1989) and Wes Craven's own SHOCKER (1989). None, however, were quite as notable nor as notorious as the bombastic blood-spiller BAD DREAMS from 1987, which roped in its own Freddy Krueger alumni with sexy Scream Queen starlet Jennifer Ruben (from A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 3: THE DREAM WARRIORS). Also starring the late, great B-thespian Richard Lynch (CUT AND RUN) as a Jim Jones-style reverend who begins to avenge his creepy cult of followers from beyond-the-grave, BAD DREAMS features some frantic and ferocious special effects, plenty of tormented teens and some of the finest frights of its decade! Featuring the legendary Bruce Abbott (RE-ANIMATOR) and produced by Hollywood heavyweight Gale Anne Hurd (ALIENS), whilst featuring a screenplay from DIE HARD's Steven E. de Souza, it is no wonder that BAD DREAMS became one of the most popular slasher classics of the 1980s... and 88 Films is proud to present this work of gruesome genius in horrific HD! It might just stop you getting a good night's kip! Features: LIVING THE DREAM - An Interview with Director Andrew Fleming DREAM WOMAN - An Interview with Actress Jennifer Rubin (40 Mins) DERIVATIVE DREAMS - An Interview with Academic and Curator Spencer Murphy AUDIO COMMENTARY by Genre Experts Nathaniel Thompson and Tim Greer from Mondo-Digital.com THEATRICAL TRAILER Reversible Sleeve

  • Jungle Book [1967]Jungle Book | DVD | (27/03/2000) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Disney's 1967 animated feature The Jungle Book seems even more entertaining now than it did upon first release, with a hall-of-fame vocal performance by Phil Harris as Baloo, the genial bear friend of feral child Mowgli. Loosely based on Rudyard Kipling's original, the film goes its own way as Disney animation will, but the strong characters and smart casting (George Sanders as the villainous tiger, Shere Khan) make it one of the studio's stronger feature-length cartoons. Songs include "The Bare Necessities" and "Trust in Me". --Tom Keogh

  • Re-Animator - 2 Disc Edition (DVD)Re-Animator - 2 Disc Edition (DVD) | DVD | (02/06/2014) from £8.09   |  Saving you £7.90 (49.40%)   |  RRP £15.99

    One of the most celebrated outrageous and original horror films of all time Stuart Gordon's Re-Animator is a darkly comic tale that 'upped the 80's gore ante at a time when blood was already flowing freely' (Total Film). Brilliant if somewhat deranged medical student Herbert West arrives at Miskatonic Medical school and immediately sneers at his professor's outdated views of death. West has his own outlandish theories and has concocted a serum that will bring the dead back to life. Roping in fellow student Dan Cain their shocking experiments work all too well with horrific and very messy results.

  • Bride of Re-Animator Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD Limited EditionBride of Re-Animator Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD Limited Edition | Blu Ray | (11/04/2016) from £16.99   |  Saving you £10.00 (66.71%)   |  RRP £24.99

    DATE. MATE. RE-ANIMATE. The success of Stuart Gordon's hit horror-comedy Re-animator meant that a sequel was all but inevitable. The resulting follow-up, Bride of Re-animator this time helmed by director Brian Yuzna (Society, Return of the Living Dead 3) would prove that there was a good deal more life left in the story of Dr. Herbert West and his ghoulish exploits. It is 8 years since the Miskatonic massacre. Unperturbed by the disastrous outcome of his previous meddling with the dead, Dr. West (again played by Jeffrey Combs) continues his research into the phenomenon of re-animation; only this time, he plans to create life starting with the heart of his young protégé Dan's dearly deceased, Meg Halsey. Surely nothing could go wrong? With special effects master Screaming Mad George (the man behind the infamous shunting sequence in Society) on hand to contribute a host of characteristically weird and wonderful creations including zombified bats and a one-eyed finger spider Bride of re-animator is a more than worthy successor to Gordon's original cult classic. DIRECTOR-APPROVED 3-DISC LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS Brand new 2K restorations of the Unrated and R-rated versions of the film, approved by director Brian Yuzna High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations Original Stereo 2.0 audio (uncompressed PCM on the Blu-ray) Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Newly commissioned artwork by Gary Pullin Limited Edition Collector's Booklet Limited Edition Packaging to be revealed DISCS 1 & 2 BLU-RAY/DVD UNRATED VERSION Brand new 2K restoration of the Unrated version Brand new audio commentary with Brian Yuzna Audio Commentary with Brian Yuzna, star Jeffrey Combs, visual effects supervisor Tom Rainone and the effects team including John Buechler, Mike Deak, Bob Kurtzman, Howard Berger and Screaming Mad George Audio Commentary with stars Jeffrey Combs and Bruce Abbott Brian Yuzna Remembers Bride of Re-animator brand new featurette in which the director looks back at the making of the first Re-animator sequel Splatter Masters: The Special Effects Artists of Bride of Re-animator Brand new FX featurette with a wealth of behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with Robert Kurtzman of KNB, Screaming Mad George, Tony Doublin and John Buechler Getting Ahead in Horror archive making-of featurette Deleted Scenes DISC 3 BLU-RAY R-RATED VERSION Brand new 2K restoration of the R-rated version

  • Bad Dreams (DUAL FORMAT) [Blu-ray]Bad Dreams (DUAL FORMAT) | Blu Ray | (23/07/2018) from £16.97   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    After the success of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET in 1984, many a movie that moulded together slasher thrills and supernatural chills was rushed into production - from SLAUGHTERHOUSE ROCK (1988) to THE HORROR SHOW (1989) and Wes Craven's own SHOCKER (1989). None, however, were quite as notable nor as notorious as the bombastic blood-spiller BAD DREAMS from 1987, which roped in its own Freddy Krueger alumni with sexy Scream Queen starlet Jennifer Ruben (from A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 3: THE DREAM WARRIORS). Also starring the late, great B-thespian Richard Lynch (CUT AND RUN) as a Jim Jones-style reverend who begins to avenge his creepy cult of followers from beyond-the-grave, BAD DREAMS features some frantic and ferocious special effects, plenty of tormented teens and some of the finest frights of its decade! Featuring the legendary Bruce Abbott (RE-ANIMATOR) and produced by Hollywood heavyweight Gale Anne Hurd (ALIENS), whilst featuring a screenplay from DIE HARD's Steven E. de Souza, it is no wonder that BAD DREAMS became one of the most popular slasher classics of the 1980s... and 88 Films is proud to present this work of gruesome genius in horrific HD! It might just stop you getting a good night's kip!

  • Jungle Book  (Disney) [Deluxe Edition]Jungle Book (Disney) | DVD | (05/11/2007) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    One of the most popular Disney films ever The Jungle Book is a song-filled celebration of friendship fun and adventure set in a lush and colourful world. Inspired by Rudyard Kipling's""Mowgli"" stories Disney's 19th animated masterpiece was the last animated feature that had Walt Disney's personal touch. The jubilant adventure begins when Mowgli a little boy raised by wolves is urged by his friend Bagheera a wise old panther to seek safety in the man-village. Feeling very much at home in the jungle Mowgli resists and runs off. Much to Bagherra's dismay Mowgli meets a new friend with a happy-go-lucky- philosophy of life- Baloo the bear a lovable "" jungle bum."" Together the three buddies find the journey back to civilization anything but civilized! They encounter a crazy orangutan the hypnotic and sly snake Kaa and the menacing Shere Khan!

  • Raining Stones [1993]Raining Stones | DVD | (29/04/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Raining Stones is classic Ken Loach--an overtly bleak piece of drama shot through with defiant humour, a story of life beyond the edge of society. Bob (Bruce Jones in a role that foreshadows his more ludicrous Coronation Street character) is unemployed and struggling to make ends meet, especially with the added pressure of his young daughter's first communion and the expense involved. And that's it really--one man's struggle to maintain his dignity and provide for his family. Despite the film's frequent moments of comedy (more often than not provided by Loach regular Ricky Tomlinson), Raining Stones is ultimately more than a little disheartening. The film is in many ways similar to Loach's previous film, Riff Raff (1991), but here the examples of a community pulling together are countered with backstabbing and exploitation. In the end, there are no winners or losers in Loach's world, only those who survive and those who don't. --Phil Udell

  • Re-Animator [1985]Re-Animator | DVD | (23/04/2007) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Herbert West has a very good head on his shoulders... and another one in a dish on his desk! Deep within the morgue at Miskatonic University arrogant madman West (Jeffrey Combs) introduces fellow graduate student Dan Cain (Bruce Abbott) to his startling formula for the re-animation of fresh corpses. But the secret of life and death has some very messy consequences. Get ready to re-experience one of the most outrageously inventive horror films of all time.

  • Bride Of Re-Animator [DVD]Bride Of Re-Animator | DVD | (03/07/2017) from £10.59   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Brian Yuzna's Bride of Re-Animator (1990) was one of the last hurrahs for special-effects-based horror films before CGI extended the ease with which the impossible could be put on screen. Like its predecessor, Re-Animator, Bride is very loosely based on HP Lovecraft's stories of Herbert West, a scientist with a taste for investigation that knows no boundaries, especially not those of good taste. He and his agonisingly liberal sidekick Cain have discovered an improvement on their original serum--now they can not only bring the dead back to life but also assemble them from parts first. Jeffrey Combs gives a wonderfully dour performance as West, not even cracking a smile when a creature he has concocted from fingers and an eye-ball is running around the room unseen by a pestering detective. This is the sort of film that constantly escalates its macabre elements--the surviving villain of the first film has been left as simply an animated head, but that does not stop him pursuing his revenge on West, nor finding ways of using West's new techniques along the way. It all makes for cheerfully gruesome fun. On the DVD: Bride of Re-Animator is presented in an anamorphic widescreen visual aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and its Dolby 2.0 does what little can be done with the muddy soundtrack, but is rather better with the jauntily creepy score. The only special features on this Tartan issue are the trailer, the director's production notes and a reel of trailers for other Tartan horror movies. --Roz Kaveney

  • Danielle Steel's Kaleidoscope [1990]Danielle Steel's Kaleidoscope | DVD | (29/09/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    After the shocking death of her parents Hilary (Jaclyn Smith) and her two younger sisters are torn apart and separated for over 30 years. Loving families take in the youngest girls but Hilary is left behind to endure a terrible childhood of cruel abuse and desperate poverty. Yet with iron determination Hilary achieves her dream of success... but erases all trace of her traumatic past. Then approaching death an old friend of their parents hires private detective John Chapman to trace the three women and unite them again. Hilary fights desperately to keep her painful memories buried and as Chapman probes beneath the hardened shell of her life he discovers an anguished and vulnerable woman.

  • Re-Animator 2 [1990]Re-Animator 2 | DVD | (18/10/1999) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £17.99

    Brian Yuzna's Bride of Re-Animator (1990) was one of the last hurrahs for special-effects-based horror films before CGI extended the ease with which the impossible could be put on screen. Like its predecessor, Re-Animator, Bride is very loosely based on HP Lovecraft's stories of Herbert West, a scientist with a taste for investigation that knows no boundaries, especially not those of good taste. He and his agonisingly liberal sidekick Cain have discovered an improvement on their original serum--now they can not only bring the dead back to life but also assemble them from parts first. Jeffrey Combs gives a wonderfully dour performance as West, not even cracking a smile when a creature he has concocted from fingers and an eye-ball is running around the room unseen by a pestering detective. This is the sort of film that constantly escalates its macabre elements--the surviving villain of the first film has been left as simply an animated head, but that does not stop him pursuing his revenge on West, nor finding ways of using West's new techniques along the way. It all makes for cheerfully gruesome fun. On the DVD: Bride of Re-Animator is presented in an anamorphic widescreen visual aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and its Dolby 2.0 does what little can be done with the muddy soundtrack, but is rather better with the jauntily creepy score. The only special features on this Tartan issue are the trailer, the director's production notes and a reel of trailers for other Tartan horror movies. --Roz Kaveney

  • Beyond Re-Animator [Fantastic Factory Collection] (Arrow Video) [DVD] [2003]Beyond Re-Animator | DVD | (25/04/2011) from £8.08   |  Saving you £7.91 (97.90%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Welcome to Death Row. The Doctor will see you now... Trash cinema's greatest ghoul is back! Horror legend Jeffery Combs returns as Dr. Herbert West in Beyond Re-Animator the gory sequel to the original 80s splatter classic. Incarcerated for the death of an innocent teenage girl at the hands of one of his resurrected corpes Dr. West continues his insane research into the creation of life from behind bars. West makes a breakthrough with his discovery of Nano-Plasmic Energy a substance that prevents the living dead from degenerating but in doing so he unleashes bloody chaos in the prison as no one knows difference between the humans and the zombies. From the fevered mind of HP Lovercraft and Brian Yuzna comes a sick horror comedy thrill ride in which you can trust no one... Alive or Dead!

  • Bride of Re-AnimatorBride of Re-Animator | DVD | (12/11/2007) from £6.09   |  Saving you £3.90 (64.04%)   |  RRP £9.99

    It's been eight months since the Miskatonic Massacre stained the halls with blood - and Dr. West and Dr. Cain's experiments have taken a bizarre turn. Now they have gone beyond re-animating the dead...into the realm of creating new life. The legs of a hooker and the womb of a virgin are joined to the heart of Dr. Cain's dead girlfriend - and the bride is unleashed upon her mate in a climax of sensual horror.

  • Bride Of Re-Animator [1990]Bride Of Re-Animator | DVD | (27/01/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Brian Yuzna's Bride of Re-Animator (1990) was one of the last hurrahs for special-effects-based horror films before CGI extended the ease with which the impossible could be put on screen. Like its predecessor, Re-Animator, Bride is very loosely based on HP Lovecraft's stories of Herbert West, a scientist with a taste for investigation that knows no boundaries, especially not those of good taste. He and his agonisingly liberal sidekick Cain have discovered an improvement on their original serum--now they can not only bring the dead back to life but also assemble them from parts first. Jeffrey Combs gives a wonderfully dour performance as West, not even cracking a smile when a creature he has concocted from fingers and an eye-ball is running around the room unseen by a pestering detective. This is the sort of film that constantly escalates its macabre elements--the surviving villain of the first film has been left as simply an animated head, but that does not stop him pursuing his revenge on West, nor finding ways of using West's new techniques along the way. It all makes for cheerfully gruesome fun. On the DVD: Bride of Re-Animator is presented in an anamorphic widescreen visual aspect ratio of 1.85:1, and its Dolby 2.0 does what little can be done with the muddy soundtrack, but is rather better with the jauntily creepy score. The only special features on this Tartan issue are the trailer, the director's production notes and a reel of trailers for other Tartan horror movies. --Roz Kaveney

  • Beyond Re-AnimatorBeyond Re-Animator | DVD | (01/03/2004) from £22.98   |  Saving you £-8.99 (-64.30%)   |  RRP £13.99

    After causing the Miskatonic University Massacre Dr. Herbert West (Jeffrey Combs) has been serving a prison sentence for the past 14 years. Far from overcoming his scientific obsession with bringing dead organisms back to life he has had no choice but to continue his experiments on the only specimens he can find in his cell: rats. When Howard (Jason Barry) a new young doctor comes to work as the prison MD and requests Dr. West's assistance Dr. West discovers that Howard has something Dr. West had left behind 14 years ago.

  • Re-Animator [1985]Re-Animator | DVD | (28/10/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Re-Animator was undoubtedly one of the most notorious horror films of the 1980's. Based on a classic 'Mad Professor' tale this relentless splatterfest takes obsession suspense and terror to the very limits of your imagination. Prepare to meet Dr. Herbert West the sickest man in science... The night that medical student Dan Cain discovered his pet cat Rufus dead in his roommates fridge was just the beginning. Before long Dan and his beloved girlfriend Megan become involved in the macabre experiments of his roommate the sinister Dr. Herbert West who has created a serum that can bring both brain and body back from the dead. The immoral scientific methods of Dr. West provide the Dean of the medical school with reason to expel West and force Cain out of the hospital. Undeterred West and Cain continue with their experiments in the hospital's morgue - restoring life to an unlimited supply of fresh corpses. However a chilling side effect to West's discovery leads to a seemingly endless night of mind-bending terror and unthinkable madness.

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