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  • Rita, Sue And Bob Too [1987]Rita, Sue And Bob Too | DVD | (22/09/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    British films about sex are fairly rare, and mostly embarrassing: from the painfully anxious (Brief Encounter) to the hopelessly naff (the Carry On films). What a treat then is Rita, Sue and Bob Too, Alan Clarke's filming of a stage play by young Andrea Dunbar. It's an unsentimental, gleefully lewd comedy about shagging. Tagged for its cinema release in 1987 as "Thatcher's Britain with its knickers down", it even provoked a minor moral hullabaloo in the newspapers. Rita (Siobhan Finneran) and Sue (Michelle Holmes) are two giggly Bradford lasses stuck on a ramshackle housing estate. They keep themselves in fags by occasional baby-sitting for nouveau riche couple Bob (George Costigan) and Michelle (Lesley Sharp). Bob fancies himself rotten, but Michelle has ruled that sex is off the menu. So one night, driving Rita and Sue home, Bob detours to the Yorkshire moors and offers the girls a little something extra in his front seat. Rita and Sue decide to grab it while they can. Alan Clarke's cult following is founded on his bleak, brilliant films about violent young men (Scum, The Firm, Made in Britain). But Rita, Sue is a tribute to Clarkey's ribald sense of humour. It even sports a cameo from novelty pop-act Black Lace, performing their non-hit "Gang-Bang". Teenage debutantes Holmes and Finneran are terrific--just watch them dancing lustily around Bob's red leather sofa to Bananarama. In support, Clarke wisely cast skilled northern comedians like Patti Nicholls and Willie Ross, as Sue's foul-mouthed mum and dad. Amid the laughs, Clarke as usual doesn't stint from showing us the harsh, unlovely side of life. He shot the film on location at Bradford's Buttershaw estate, where Andrea Dunbar grew up and where, tragically, she died of a brain haemorrhage only a few years after the film's release. --Richard Kelly

  • 3 Classic Bela Lugosi Films Of The Silver Screen - Invisible Ghost / Scared To Death / White Zombie3 Classic Bela Lugosi Films Of The Silver Screen - Invisible Ghost / Scared To Death / White Zombie | DVD | (10/01/2005) from £11.96   |  Saving you £-6.97 (-139.70%)   |  RRP £4.99

    Invisible Ghost: Actor Bela Lugosi born in Lugas Hungary on October 20 1882 was the screens most notorious personification of evil - at the peak of his career in the early 30's he helped usher in an era of new popularity for the horror genre. In this film a man carries out a series of grisly stranglings whilst under hypnosis by his insane and domineering wife... Scared To Death: The pieces of a puzzling murder are revealed to us one by one in this frightening story

  • Invisible Dog [DVD]Invisible Dog | DVD | (14/09/2009) from £5.29   |  Saving you £-3.30 (-165.80%)   |  RRP £1.99

    Charles Kessler has homicidal tendencies and is controlled by his wife. When she leaves him for another man those tendencies start to take over.... Written by Al Martin and Helen Martin and directed by Joseph H Lewis.

  • Bluebeard [1944]Bluebeard | DVD | (06/06/2005) from £21.75   |  Saving you £-13.77 (N/A%)   |  RRP £4.99

    Artist Gaston Morrell hires models to paint their portraits, then strangles them when the portraits are complete! Latest model Lucille soon learns of his dark secret and vows to bring him to justice.

  • Black Dragons [DVD]Black Dragons | DVD | (04/08/2014) from £9.43   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

  • Invisible Ghost [DVD] [1941]Invisible Ghost | DVD | (22/02/2010) from £3.75   |  Saving you £4.24 (53.10%)   |  RRP £7.99

    Invisible Ghost

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