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  • Terminator 2 [Blu-ray] [2017]Terminator 2 | Blu Ray | (04/12/2017) from £8.85   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Arguably the finest movie of its kind, Terminator 2: Judgment Day captured Arnold Schwarzenegger at the very apex of his Hollywood celebrity and James Cameron at the peak of his perfectionist directorial powers. Nothing the star did subsequently measured up to his iconic performance here, spouting legendary catchphrases and wielding weaponry with unparalleled cool; and while the director had an even bigger hit with the bloated and sentimental Titanic, few followers of his career would deny that Cameron's true forte has always been sci-fi action. With an incomparably bigger budget than its 1984 precursor, T2 essentially reworks the original scenario with envelope-stretching special effects and simply more, more, more of everything. Yet, for all its scale, T2 remains at heart a classic sci-fi tale: robots running amok, time travel paradoxes and dystopian future worlds are recurrent genre themes, which are here simply revitalised by Cameron's glorious celebration of the mechanistic. From the V-twin roar of a Harley Fat Boy to the metal-crunching Steel Mill finale, the director's fascination with machines is this movie's strongest motif: it's no coincidence that the character with whom the audience identifies most strongly is a robot. Now that impressive but unengaging CGI effects have come to over-dominate sci-fi movies (think of The Phantom Menace), T2's pivotal blending of extraordinary live-action stuntwork and FX looks more and more like it will never be equalled. --Mark Walker

  • Terminator 2 - Remastered [DVD] [2017]Terminator 2 - Remastered | DVD | (04/12/2017) from £5.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Arguably the finest film of its kind, Terminator 2: Judgment Day captured Arnold Schwarzenegger at the very apex of his Hollywood celebrity and James Cameron at the peak of his perfectionist directorial powers. Nothing the star did subsequently measured up to his iconic performance here, spouting legendary catchphrases and wielding weaponry with unparalleled cool; and while the director had an even bigger hit with the bloated and sentimental Titanic, few followers of his career would deny that Cameron's true forte has always been sci-fi action. With an incomparably bigger budget than its 1984 precursor, T2 essentially reworks the original scenario with envelope-stretching special effects and simply more, more, more of everything. Yet, for all its scale, T2 remains at heart a classic sci-fi tale: robots running amok, time travel paradoxes and dystopian future worlds are recurrent genre themes, which are here simply revitalised by Cameron's glorious celebration of the mechanistic. From the V-twin roar of a Harley Fat Boy to the metal-crunching Steel Mill finale, the director's fascination with machines is this film's strongest motif: it's no coincidence that the character with whom the audience identifies most strongly is a robot. Now that impressive but unengaging CGI effects have come to over-dominate sci-fi films (think of The Phantom Menace), T2's pivotal blending of extraordinary live-action stuntwork and FX looks more and more like it will never be equalled. --Mark Walker Total Recall, director Paul Verhoeven's mega-budget sci-fi action blockbuster from 1990, began its production life as a very different film. An adaptation of the Philip K Dick short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale", it was originally conceived with Richard Dreyfuss starring as a Walter-Mitty-like character that experiences a variety of artificially induced fantasies. But with Arnold Schwarzenegger on board, the final version took a rather different direction. The Austrian Oak plays a normal working man who discovers his entire reality has been invented to conceal a scheme for planetary domination on Mars. Oscar-winning special effects and violent action propel the twisting plot, in which Arnold manipulates his manipulators in a world of dazzling high technology. Verhoeven (Robocop, Starship Troopers) indulges his usual penchant for gratuitous bloodshed, but the film has enough cleverness to rise above its excesses. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Terminator 2 [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray] [2017]Terminator 2 | Blu Ray | (04/12/2017) from £12.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    A BRAND NEW RESTORATION James Cameron's epic action, sci-fi masterpiece starring Schwarzenegger in his most iconic role, has been stunningly restored by Cameron himself. First hitting our screens in 1991 with ground-breaking special effects, this version will take the seminal blockbuster to the next level of effects and into the 21st century for a new generation of fans. It has been 10 years since the events of Terminator. Sarah Connor's ordeal is only just beginning as she struggles to protect her son John, the future leader of the human resistance against the machines, from a new Terminator, sent back in time to eliminate John Connor while he's still a child. Sarah and John don't have to face this terrifying threat alone however. The human resistance have managed to send them an ally, a warrior from the future ordered to protect John Connor at any cost. The battle for tomorrow has begun Extras: NEW - T2: Reprogramming The Terminator documentary (including exclusive interviews with Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, Edward Furlong and many more) 2 feature Commentaries; 23 members of Cast & Crew (1993)/ director James Cameron & co-author William Wisher The making of T2 1993 Seamless Branching of the Theatrical cut, Director's Cut and Special extended edition 2 Deleted Scenes with audio commentary Trailers NEW T2:3D trailer (2017) T2 theatrical trailer ˜This time there are two'/ ˜Same make new mission'/ Building the perfect Arnold

  • Terminator 2 [4K + Blu-ray] [2017]Terminator 2 | 4K UHD | (04/12/2017) from £18.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    A BRAND NEW RESTORATION James Cameron's epic action, sci-fi masterpiece starring Schwarzenegger in his most iconic role, has been stunningly restored by Cameron himself. First hitting our screens in 1991 with ground-breaking special effects, this version will take the seminal blockbuster to the next level of effects and into the 21st century for a new generation of fans. It has been 10 years since the events of Terminator. Sarah Connor's ordeal is only just beginning as she struggles to protect her son John, the future leader of the human resistance against the machines, from a new Terminator, sent back in time to eliminate John Connor while he's still a child. Sarah and John don't have to face this terrifying threat alone however. The human resistance have managed to send them an ally, a warrior from the future ordered to protect John Connor at any cost. The battle for tomorrow has begun Extras: NEW - T2: Reprogramming The Terminator documentary (including exclusive interviews with Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Cameron, Edward Furlong and many more) 2 feature Commentaries; 23 members of Cast & Crew (1993)/ director James Cameron & co-author William Wisher The making of T2 1993 Seamless Branching of the Theatrical cut, Director's Cut and Special extended edition 2 Deleted Scenes with audio commentary Trailers NEW T2:3D trailer (2017) T2 theatrical trailer ˜This time there are two'/ ˜Same make new mission'/ Building the perfect Arnold

  • The Terminator Collection: Terminator 1 & 2 (Special Editions)The Terminator Collection: Terminator 1 & 2 (Special Editions) | DVD | (21/07/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    This Terminator 1 & 2 DVD box set contains the first two movies, both in their two-disc special edition versions. Please follow the links below to read our reviews of each: The Terminator two-disc set Terminator 2: Judgment Day Ultimate Edition two-disc set

  • Terminator: Dark Fate 4K UHD + BD [Blu-ray] [2019]Terminator: Dark Fate 4K UHD + BD | Blu Ray | (02/03/2020) from £19.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Linda Hamilton (Sarah Connor) and Arnold Schwarzenegger (T-800) return in their iconic roles in Terminator: Dark Fate, directed by Tim Miller (Deadpool) and produced by visionary filmmaker James Cameron and David Ellison. Following the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator: Dark Fate also stars Mackenzie Davis, Natalia Reyes, Gabriel Luna, and Diego Boneta.

  • Terminator 2 - Judgment Day [1991]Terminator 2 - Judgment Day | DVD | (04/08/2008) from £7.41   |  Saving you £5.58 (43.00%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Almost ten years have passed since Sarah Connor's ordeal began, and her son John, the future leader of the resistance, is now a healthy young boy.

  • PeckerPecker | DVD | (30/09/2000) from £4.15   |  Saving you £15.84 (381.69%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Pecker a sandwich shop clerk takes photos of his rather odd family and friends and nobody thinks anything of them until one day a New York art dealer discovers his work and makes him famous. Is this what Pecker really wants? Another quirky entry from cult director John Waters.

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Two Disc Ultimate Edition) [1991]Terminator 2: Judgment Day (Two Disc Ultimate Edition) | DVD | (29/10/2001) from £5.72   |  Saving you £20.53 (460.31%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Arguably the finest movie of its kind, Terminator 2: Judgment Day captured Arnold Schwarzenegger at the very apex of his Hollywood celebrity and James Cameron at the peak of his perfectionist directorial powers. Nothing the star did subsequently measured up to his iconic performance here, spouting legendary catchphrases and wielding weaponry with unparalleled cool; and while the director had an even bigger hit with the bloated and sentimental Titanic, few followers of his career would deny that Cameron's true forte has always been sci-fi action. With an incomparably bigger budget than its 1984 precursor, T2 essentially reworks the original scenario with envelope-stretching special effects and simply more, more, more of everything. Yet, for all its scale, T2 remains at heart a classic sci-fi tale: robots running amok, time travel paradoxes and dystopian future worlds are recurrent genre themes, which are here simply revitalised by Cameron's glorious celebration of the mechanistic. From the V-twin roar of a Harley Fat Boy to the metal-crunching Steel Mill finale, the director's fascination with machines is this movie's strongest motif: it's no coincidence that the character with whom the audience identifies most strongly is a robot. Now that impressive but unengaging CGI effects have come to over-dominate sci-fi movies (think of The Phantom Menace), T2's pivotal blending of extraordinary live-action stuntwork and FX looks more and more like it will never be equalled. On the DVD: Oh, if only every DVD could be like this. Here is a DVD package worthy of this monumental movie, with so many extra features the viewer will spend hours simply trying to find them all (the animated menus alone are worth watching over and over again.) On the second disc there are three extensive documentaries (all good, all relatively straightforward), but things get more complicated as you burrow down through the menu layers of Cyberdyne Systems into the "Data Hub": the entire screenplay, storyboards, text features, dozens and dozens of video clips, deleted scenes, and thousands of stills. The movie disc itself will cause even hardened surround-sound enthusiasts to gasp with joy as these explosive soundscapes come alive in Dolby 5.1 or DTS (hear that Harley roar!), while the anamorphic widescreen picture of the original theatrical 2.35:1 ratio is jaw-droppingly impressive. The exhaustive commentary is a patchwork of interviews with various key cast and crew members. The only disappointment here is that, unlike the almost identical Region 1 version, this Region 2 package does not include the DVD-ROM features nor the option to play the original theatrical release and the hidden "Ultimate Edition"--the only version here is the Director's Cut Special Edition, although the few extra scenes that make up the "Ultimate" edit can still be found in the "Data Core" section of the second disc. --Mark Walker

  • Terminator 2 - Judgment Day [Blu-ray] [1991]Terminator 2 - Judgment Day | Blu Ray | (01/06/2009) from £33.73   |  Saving you £-8.74 (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Before the Salvation comes revisit James Cameron's classic Judgement Day!

  • American History X [1999]American History X | DVD | (25/10/1999) from £4.19   |  Saving you £15.80 (79.00%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Perhaps the highest compliment you can pay to Edward Norton is that his Oscar-nominated performance in American History X nearly convinces you that there is a shred of logic in the tenets of white supremacy. If that statement doesn't horrify you, it should; Norton is so fully immersed in his role as a neo-Nazi skinhead that his character's eloquent defense of racism is disturbingly persuasive--at least on the surface. Looking lean and mean with a swastika tattoo and a mind full of hate, Derek Vinyard (Norton) has inherited racism from his father, and that learning has been intensified through his service to Cameron (Stacy Keach), a grown-up thug playing tyrant and teacher to a growing band of disenfranchised teens from Venice Beach, California, all hungry for an ideology that fuels their brooding alienation. The film's basic message--that hate is learned and can be unlearned--is expressed through Derek's kid brother, Danny (Edward Furlong), whose sibling hero-worship increases after Derek is imprisoned (or, in Danny's mind, martyred) for the killing of two black men. Lacking Derek's gift of rebel rhetoric, Danny is easily swayed into the violent, hateful lifestyle that Derek disowns during his thoughtful time in prison. Once released, Derek struggles to save his brother from a violent fate, and American History X partially suffers from a mix of intense emotions, awkward sentiment and predictably inevitable plotting. And yet British director Tony Kaye (who would later protest against Norton's creative intervention during post-production) manages to juggle these qualities--and a compelling clash of visual styles--to considerable effect. No matter how strained their collaboration may have been, both Kaye and Norton can be proud to have created a film that addresses the issue of racism with dramatically forceful impact. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • American History X [Blu-ray][Region Free]American History X | Blu Ray | (05/11/2012) from £8.39   |  Saving you £9.60 (114.42%)   |  RRP £17.99

    Perhaps the highest compliment you can pay to Edward Norton is that his Oscar-nominated performance in American History X nearly convinces you that there is a shred of logic in the tenets of white supremacy. If that statement doesn't horrify you, it should; Norton is so fully immersed in his role as a neo-Nazi skinhead that his character's eloquent defense of racism is disturbingly persuasive--at least on the surface. Looking lean and mean with a swastika tattoo and a mind full of hate, Derek Vinyard (Norton) has inherited racism from his father, and that learning has been intensified through his service to Cameron (Stacy Keach), a grown-up thug playing tyrant and teacher to a growing band of disenfranchised teens from Venice Beach, California, all hungry for an ideology that fuels their brooding alienation. The film's basic message--that hate is learned and can be unlearned--is expressed through Derek's kid brother, Danny (Edward Furlong), whose sibling hero-worship increases after Derek is imprisoned (or, in Danny's mind, martyred) for the killing of two black men. Lacking Derek's gift of rebel rhetoric, Danny is easily swayed into the violent, hateful lifestyle that Derek disowns during his thoughtful time in prison. Once released, Derek struggles to save his brother from a violent fate, and American History X partially suffers from a mix of intense emotions, awkward sentiment and predictably inevitable plotting. And yet British director Tony Kaye (who would later protest against Norton's creative intervention during post-production) manages to juggle these qualities--and a compelling clash of visual styles--to considerable effect. No matter how strained their collaboration may have been, both Kaye and Norton can be proud to have created a film that addresses the issue of racism with dramatically forceful impact. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Pet Sematary 2 [1992]Pet Sematary 2 | DVD | (14/10/2002) from £4.99   |  Saving you £11.00 (68.80%)   |  RRP £15.99

    The town of Ludlow is in for some new grave surprises... Sometimes dead is better. But the shocking terror that plagued Ludlow Maine in Pet Sematary is still very much alive in this heartstopping sequel to the 1989 hit film written by Stephen King. After the death of his wife veterinarian Chase Matthews (Anthony Edwards TVs ""ER"") and his 13-year-old son Jeff (Edward Furlong Terminator 2: Judgment Day) move to Ludlow to rebuild their lives. Antagonized by the neighborhood k

  • Animal Factory [2003]Animal Factory | DVD | (26/04/2004) from £5.71   |  Saving you £13.27 (487.87%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Poignant prison drama following 21-year-old Ron Deckeras he enters a Pennsylvania state penitentiary. Protected by prison vet Earl Copen, the pair plan an escape which will either set them free or cost them their lives in the process.

  • American History X [DVD]American History X | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £5.99   |  Saving you £7.00 (116.86%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Derek Vinyard (Edward Norton), the charismatic leader of a group of young white supremacists, lands in prison for a brutal, hate-driven murder. Upon his release, ashamed of his past and pledging to reform, Derek realises he must save his younger brother, Danny (Edward Furlong), from a similar fate. A groundbreaking controversial drama about the tragic consequences of racism in a family.

  • Terminator 2 - Judgment Day [Blu-ray] [1991]Terminator 2 - Judgment Day | Blu Ray | (04/08/2008) from £15.45   |  Saving you £7.53 (60.43%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Almost ten years have passed since Sarah Connor's ordeal began, and her son John, the future leader of the resistance, is now a healthy young boy.

  • The Visitation [2005]The Visitation | DVD | (07/01/2008) from £4.99   |  Saving you £5.00 (50.10%)   |  RRP £9.99

    In Antioch the former Father Travis Jordan lost his faith in God when his wife was murdered and the criminals were never caught. Suddenly miracles happen in the little town: the son of the newcomer Morgan Elliot survives a car accident without a single scratch; Travis's dog Max revives after being buried; a paraplegic walks; a wounded woman and her father with brain tumor heal. In all the events three men wearing black were seen and then the unknown Brandon Nichols claims to be Jesus Christ. The local population worships Brandon while Travis and Morgan feel that something is wrong and conduct an investigation disclosing that evil has possessed the dwellers.

  • The Green Hornet [Blu-ray] [2011]The Green Hornet | Blu Ray | (02/05/2011) from £8.08   |  Saving you £16.91 (209.28%)   |  RRP £24.99

    A young millionaire and his industrious sidekick embark on a mission to take down LA's underworld and become known as the vigilante, crime-fighting duo, The Green Hornet and Kato.

  • The Crow - Wicked Prayer [2005]The Crow - Wicked Prayer | DVD | (24/10/2005) from £10.95   |  Saving you £12.03 (151.13%)   |  RRP £19.99

    When Jimmy and his half Native American girlfriend Lily are murdered by a rampaging satanic cult led by Luc Crash and his demonic bride he is traumatised to find himself reincarnated as 'The Crow' an immortal being of Native American folk law and the 'killer of killers'. With revenge burning in his broken heart and whilst he tries to come to terms with his new dark powers Jimmy comes to realise what he can do and what he must do - as he confronts the onslaught of gang members Fam

  • Terminator 2: Judgement Day: Skynet Edition Steel Tin [Blu-ray]Terminator 2: Judgement Day: Skynet Edition Steel Tin | Blu Ray | (01/06/2009) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.99

    The Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) a cyborg sent back through time joins forces with Sarah Connor (Linda Hamilton) a woman haunted by nightmares of mankind's inevitable nuclear destiny. Together they must protect her son John (Edward Furlong) - the boy destined to lead the freedom fighters of the future - from the deadliest machine ever created the liquid metal T-1000 (Robert Patrick).

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