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  • The Lego Movie [Blu-ray + UV Copy] [2014] [Region Free]The Lego Movie | Blu Ray | (21/07/2014) from £3.99   |  Saving you £19.00 (476.19%)   |  RRP £22.99

    The LEGO Movie follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world.

  • The Lego Movie [DVD] [2014]The Lego Movie | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £3.99   |  Saving you £16.00 (401.00%)   |  RRP £19.99

    The LEGO Movie follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world.

  • Ballet Shoes - The Complete Series (BBC) [DVD]Ballet Shoes - The Complete Series (BBC) | DVD | (09/10/2017) from £10.39   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Every Child's Dream Can Come True! Sylvia Brown is guardian to three young girls, Pauline, Petrova, and Posy Fossil. Money is tight for Sylvia, who opens her home to provide board to three others; a retired English professor, a garage owner, and a dance teacher. The later, Theo Dane, has the girls accepted into her school by the formidable Madame and the children help to raise some money through a stage show. All 6 episodes from The classic BBC series starring Angela Thorne, Jane Slaughter, Elizabeth Morgan, Sarah Prince, Barbara Lott, and Terence Skelton. Includes subtitles for the hard of hearing.

  • Captain Scarlet - Complete Series Box Set [1966]Captain Scarlet - Complete Series Box Set | DVD | (17/09/2001) from £35.00   |  Saving you £40.99 (53.90%)   |  RRP £75.99

    First broadcast in 1967, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was the most grown-up of all Gerry Anderson's SuperMarionation adventures. There are gadgets and toy-friendly machines galore, of course--like the Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, the Angel Aircraft and Cloudbase itself--but, unlike the colourful fantasies of Stingray and Thunderbirds, this series' concern with an implacable, vengeful enemy, conspiracies and double-agents drew its inspiration from James Bond and the Cold War spy dramas of the 1960s. Special effects whiz Derek Meddings imbues the action sequences with a truly Bondian grandeur and, like the sinister Spectre of the Bond films, the Martian Mysterons seem all the more hostile for their unseen presence, their agents infiltrating every organisation dedicated to their destruction just as it seemed the Soviets were doing at the time. The indestructible Captain Scarlet is killed then resurrected every week (though not like South Park's Kenny), and more often than not the unstoppable Mysterons emerge triumphant, and always undefeated. The varied cast of Spectrum agents and their voice characterisations also aim at verisimilitude (Captain Scarlet, voiced by Francis Matt hews, sounds like a grim Cary Grant), while the puppetry is more realistic than ever. This box set contains all 32 episodes, with newly remastered picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound. The DVD box also includes extra features on each disc, plus a sixth documentary disc, "Captain Scarlet: S.I.G.". In its new digital incarnation, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons still looks and sounds like the epitome of 60s cool. --Mark Walker

  • The Lego Movie [Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + UV Copy] [2014] [Region Free]The Lego Movie | Blu Ray | (21/07/2014) from £6.79   |  Saving you £18.20 (268.04%)   |  RRP £24.99

    The LEGO Movie follows Emmet, an ordinary, rules-following, perfectly average LEGO minifigure who is mistakenly identified as the most extraordinary person and the key to saving the world.

  • Johnny Handsome [DVD] [1988]Johnny Handsome | DVD | (29/03/2010) from £9.79   |  Saving you £6.20 (38.80%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Based on a novel John Godey (The Taking Of Pelham 1-2-3) and starring Mickey Rourke (The Wrestler Sin City Rumblefish) Johnny Handsome tells the story of a small time criminal born with a disfigured face who is given a new identity by a sympathetic surgeon whilst serving a prison sentence. But instead of embracing his new lease of life once released from prison he decided to use his new looks for revenge. Also starring Ellen Barkin (The Big Easy This Boy's Life) and Morgan Freeman (The Shawshank Redemption).

  • Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 2 - Episodes 7 To 12 [1966]Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 2 - Episodes 7 To 12 | DVD | (17/09/2001) from £7.53   |  Saving you £8.46 (52.90%)   |  RRP £15.99

    First broadcast in 1967, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was the most grown-up of all Gerry Anderson's SuperMarionation adventures. There are gadgets and toy-friendly machines galore, of course--like the Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, the Angel Aircraft and Cloudbase itself--but, unlike the colourful fantasies of Stingray and Thunderbirds, this series' concern with an implacable, vengeful enemy, conspiracies and double-agents drew its inspiration from James Bond and the Cold War spy dramas of the 1960s. Special effects whiz Derek Meddings imbues the action sequences with a truly Bondian grandeur and, like the sinister Spectre of the Bond films, the Martian Mysterons seem all the more hostile for their unseen presence, their agents infiltrating every organisation dedicated to their destruction just as it seemed the Soviets were doing at the time. The indestructible Captain Scarlet is killed then resurrected every week (though not like South Park's Kenny), and more often than not the unstoppable Mysterons emerge triumphant, and always undefeated. The varied cast of Spectrum agents and their voice characterisations also aim at verisimilitude (Captain Scarlet, voiced by Francis Matt hews, sounds like a grim Cary Grant), while the puppetry is more realistic than ever. Now with newly remastered picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons still looks and sounds like the epitome of 60s cool. --Mark Walker

  • Far From The Madding Crowd [1998]Far From The Madding Crowd | DVD | (25/04/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £9.99

    An adaptation of Thomas Hardy's classic novel set in the 19th century of Bathsheba Everdene and the three very different men who come to love her...

  • Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 3 - Episodes 13 To 18 [1966]Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 3 - Episodes 13 To 18 | DVD | (12/11/2001) from £12.97   |  Saving you £3.02 (18.90%)   |  RRP £15.99

    First broadcast in 1967, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was the most grown-up of all Gerry Anderson's SuperMarionation adventures. There are gadgets and toy-friendly machines galore, of course--like the Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, the Angel Aircraft and Cloudbase itself--but, unlike the colourful fantasies of Stingray and Thunderbirds, this series' concern with an implacable, vengeful enemy, conspiracies and double-agents drew its inspiration from James Bond and the Cold War spy dramas of the 1960s. Special effects whiz Derek Meddings imbues the action sequences with a truly Bondian grandeur and, like the sinister Spectre of the Bond films, the Martian Mysterons seem all the more hostile for their unseen presence, their agents infiltrating every organisation dedicated to their destruction just as it seemed the Soviets were doing at the time. The indestructible Captain Scarlet is killed then resurrected every week (though not like South Park's Kenny), and more often than not the unstoppable Mysterons emerge triumphant, and always undefeated. The varied cast of Spectrum agents and their voice characterisations also aim at verisimilitude (Captain Scarlet, voiced by Francis Matt hews, sounds like a grim Cary Grant), while the puppetry is more realistic than ever. Now with newly remastered picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons still looks and sounds like the epitome of 60s cool. --Mark Walker

  • Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 1 - Episodes 1 To 6 [1966]Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 1 - Episodes 1 To 6 | DVD | (17/09/2001) from £8.39   |  Saving you £7.60 (47.50%)   |  RRP £15.99

    First broadcast in 1967, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was the most grown-up of all Gerry Anderson's SuperMarionation adventures. There are gadgets and toy-friendly machines galore, of course--like the Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, the Angel Aircraft and Cloudbase itself--but, unlike the colourful fantasies of Stingray and Thunderbirds, this series' concern with an implacable, vengeful enemy, conspiracies and double-agents drew its inspiration from James Bond and the Cold War spy dramas of the 1960s. Special effects whiz Derek Meddings imbues the action sequences with a truly Bondian grandeur and, like the sinister Spectre of the Bond films, the Martian Mysterons seem all the more hostile for their unseen presence, their agents infiltrating every organisation dedicated to their destruction just as it seemed the Soviets were doing at the time. The indestructible Captain Scarlet is killed then resurrected every week (though not like South Park's Kenny), and more often than not the unstoppable Mysterons emerge triumphant, and always undefeated. The varied cast of Spectrum agents and their voice characterisations also aim at verisimilitude (Captain Scarlet, voiced by Francis Matt hews, sounds like a grim Cary Grant), while the puppetry is more realistic than ever. Now with newly remastered picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons still looks and sounds like the epitome of 60s cool. --Mark Walker

  • Johnny Handsome [1988]Johnny Handsome | DVD | (25/03/2002) from £13.94   |  Saving you £-0.95 (-7.30%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Johnny Handsome (Mickey Rourke) is a small time crook with a grotesquely deformed face. When thrown in prison for a crime he did not do he befriends a kind doctor (Forest Whitaker) who believes that Handsome would change his ways if he had a normal face. Handsome undergoes plastic surgery and reappears unrecognisable to anyone who knows him. When given parole it seems that Johnny plans to live a straight life... until the past catches up and shows that he only has one aim: to ful

  • Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 4 - Episodes 19 To 24 [1966]Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 4 - Episodes 19 To 24 | DVD | (12/11/2001) from £25.90   |  Saving you £-9.91 (-62.00%)   |  RRP £15.99

    First broadcast in 1967, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was the most grown-up of all Gerry Anderson's SuperMarionation adventures. There are gadgets and toy-friendly machines galore, of course--like the Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, the Angel Aircraft and Cloudbase itself--but, unlike the colourful fantasies of Stingray and Thunderbirds, this series' concern with an implacable, vengeful enemy, conspiracies and double-agents drew its inspiration from James Bond and the Cold War spy dramas of the 1960s. Special effects whiz Derek Meddings imbues the action sequences with a truly Bondian grandeur and, like the sinister Spectre of the Bond films, the Martian Mysterons seem all the more hostile for their unseen presence, their agents infiltrating every organisation dedicated to their destruction just as it seemed the Soviets were doing at the time. The indestructible Captain Scarlet is killed then resurrected every week (though not like South Park's Kenny), and more often than not the unstoppable Mysterons emerge triumphant, and always undefeated. The varied cast of Spectrum agents and their voice characterisations also aim at verisimilitude (Captain Scarlet, voiced by Francis Matt hews, sounds like a grim Cary Grant), while the puppetry is more realistic than ever. Now with newly remastered picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons still looks and sounds like the epitome of 60s cool. --Mark Walker

  • Chunky MonkeyChunky Monkey | DVD | (22/08/2005) from £7.80   |  Saving you £8.19 (51.20%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Fitness fanatic Donald Leek indulges in a monthly Chunky Monkey experience with someone vaguely resembling movie-songstress Julie Andrews who he's expecting at 7:30pm. His obsession with Ms. Andrews (and her posterior) is somewhat disturbing to say the least. Before she arrives however he has to dispose of the body parts of Mr Azam manager of his favourite Indian restaurant who has neglected to send him a Christmas card. He is interrupted by a peculiar assortment of unwelcome

  • Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 5 - Episodes 25 To 32 [1966]Captain Scarlet And The Mysterons - Vol. 5 - Episodes 25 To 32 | DVD | (12/11/2001) from £21.58   |  Saving you £-5.59 (-35.00%)   |  RRP £15.99

    First broadcast in 1967, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons was the most grown-up of all Gerry Anderson's SuperMarionation adventures. There are gadgets and toy-friendly machines galore, of course--like the Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle, the Angel Aircraft and Cloudbase itself--but, unlike the colourful fantasies of Stingray and Thunderbirds, this series' concern with an implacable, vengeful enemy, conspiracies and double-agents drew its inspiration from James Bond and the Cold War spy dramas of the 1960s. Special effects whiz Derek Meddings imbues the action sequences with a truly Bondian grandeur and, like the sinister Spectre of the Bond films, the Martian Mysterons seem all the more hostile for their unseen presence, their agents infiltrating every organisation dedicated to their destruction just as it seemed the Soviets were doing at the time. The indestructible Captain Scarlet is killed then resurrected every week (though not like South Park's Kenny), and more often than not the unstoppable Mysterons emerge triumphant, and always undefeated. The varied cast of Spectrum agents and their voice characterisations also aim at verisimilitude (Captain Scarlet, voiced by Francis Matt hews, sounds like a grim Cary Grant), while the puppetry is more realistic than ever. Now with newly remastered picture and Dolby 5.1 surround sound, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons still looks and sounds like the epitome of 60s cool. --Mark Walker

  • The Simon Wiesenthal CollectionThe Simon Wiesenthal Collection | DVD | (11/03/2008) from £12.13   |  Saving you £7.86 (64.80%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Genocide: The winner of the 1981 Oscar for Best Documentary Genocide tells the story of the millions of men women and children who fell victim to Hitler's Final Solution. Using archival film footage and compelling still photography this extraordinary documentary traces the evolution of the Holocaust in fascinating and horrifying detail and chronicles the scourge of anti-Semitism from Biblical times to the rise of Nazism. The heart of this film is the moving narrative of ordinary people caught up in the Nazi reign of terror. Their individual stories of suffering and heroism challenge the viewer - to see the victims as beings and to remember... The Long Way Home: The film examines the critical post World War II period from 1945 - 1948 and the plight of tens of thousands of refugees who survived the Nazi Holocaust and their often-illegal attempts to get to the Jewish homeland. It explores how much of the world turned its back on the tragedy of these forgotten people and the world events that led to the creation of the state of Israel. Liberation: Liberation tells the dramatic story of the battle waged on two fronts during World War II - the allied campaign to liberate Europe and Hitler's genocidal war against the Jews. Using archival footage contemporary radio broadcasts and enthralling first person accounts Liberation recreates the heady atmosphere of Europe emerging from Nazi domination - in stark contrast to the horrific final days of the Final Solution. Liberation begins in 1942 when the struggling Allies began envisioning an invasion of Europe. The film reveals the strategies and deceptions on all sides while vividly depicting the struggle on the battlefield. But most of all this film documents the compelling stories of the Jews of Europe - their tragedy courage resistance and survival.

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