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  • Alien [4K UHD + Blu-ray] [2019]Alien | Blu Ray | (22/04/2019) from £14.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Alien is the first movie of one of the most popular sagas in science fiction history, and introduces Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, the iron-willed woman destined to battle the galaxy's ultimate creature. The terror begin when the crew of the spaceship Nostromo investigates a transmission from a desolate planet and makes a horrifying discovery - a life form that breeds within a human host. Now the crew must fight now only for its survival, but for the survival of all mankind. The UHD has the following: Directors cut 2003: 2003 Audio Commentary by Ridley Scott and the Cast and Crew Theatrical Version 1979 1999 Audio Commentary by Ridley Scott [1979 Theatrical Version Only] Final Theatrical Isolated Score 5.1 Dolby Digital [1979 Theatrical Version Only] Composer's Original Isolated Score 5.1 Dolby Digital [1979 Theatrical Version Only] Deleted Scenes

  • Alien [1979]Alien | DVD | (15/05/2000) from £4.99   |  Saving you £7.00 (140.28%)   |  RRP £11.99

    Director Ridley Scott's new cut of his 1979 sci-fi classic about a lifeform that is perfectly evolved to annihilate mankind. In space no-one can hear you scream.

  • The Fred And Ginger Collection [1935]The Fred And Ginger Collection | DVD | (10/11/2003) from £46.73   |  Saving you £-10.74 (N/A%)   |  RRP £35.99

    Contains the film titles: Top Hat: A musical comedy full of high style romance mistaken identity... and Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing and singing 11 of Irving Berlin's best songs. When Jerry Travers meets lovely Dale Tremont it's love at first sight for him. Unfortunately Dale's affections chill when she mistakenly believes he's her best friend's new husband. Now she's engaged to someone else... Will she find out Jerry's real identity before she goes ahead and mak

  • Top Hat/The Gay DivorceeTop Hat/The Gay Divorcee | DVD | (26/12/2006) from £12.13   |  Saving you £0.86 (7.09%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Top Hat (Dir. Mark Sandrich 1935): Following a case of mistaken identity dancer Jerry (Astaire) follows Dale (Rogers) the girl of his dreams to Europe and tries to win her heart through song and dance routines... This most lavish of musicals from Hollywood's golden era features lyrics and music by Irving Berlin. The Gay Divorcee (Dir. Mark Sandrich 1934): In one of their best loved most charming song-and-dance comedies Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers demonstrate just how they became best known as America's greatest dance team.

  • Alien 40th Anniversary [Blu-ray] [2019]Alien 40th Anniversary | Blu Ray | (01/04/2019) from £6.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Alien is the first movie of one of the most popular sagas in science fiction history, and introduces Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, the iron-willed woman destined to battle the galaxy's ultimate creature. The terror begin when the crew of the spaceship Nostromo investigates a transmission from a desolate planet and makes a horrifying discovery - a life form that breeds within a human host. Now the crew must fight now only for its survival, but for the survival of all mankind.

  • Alien: The Director's Cut (Two Disc Special Edition)Alien: The Director's Cut (Two Disc Special Edition) | DVD | (15/03/2004) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £22.99

    Director Ridley Scott's new cut of his 1979 sci-fi classic about a lifeform that is perfectly evolved to annihilate mankind. In space no-one can hear you scream.

  • Let's Be Happy [DVD]Let's Be Happy | DVD | (14/09/2015) from £6.79   |  Saving you £3.20 (47.13%)   |  RRP £9.99

    A lavish British musical from the 1950s, this glamorous romantic comedy stars actress and dancer Vera-Ellen, whose Hollywood pedigree included films with Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. Co-starring singer and actor Tony Martin and then-rising British starlet Zena Marshall, Let's Be Happy is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. On receiving an inheritance from her grandfather, Canadian Jeannie MacLean decides to visit the family's Scottish roots. On the plane she meets businessman Stanley Smith, and romance blossoms in Edinburgh. The complications begin when Stanley breaks a date with Jeannie to woo voluptuous redhead Helene, and Jeannie is flattered by the attentions of the impoverished Lord McNairn; he's heard about her good fortune, and gallantly offers to show her the city... much to the annoyance of Stanley!

  • Alien QuadrilogyAlien Quadrilogy | DVD | (08/12/2003) from £27.00   |  Saving you £32.99 (122.18%)   |  RRP £59.99

    The Alien Quadrilogy is a nine-disc box set devoted to the four Alien films. Although previously available on DVD as the Alien Legacy, here the films have been repackaged with vastly more extras and with upgraded sound and vision. For anyone who hasn't been in hypersleep for the last 25 years this series needs no introduction, though for the first time each film now comes in both original and "Special Edition" form. Alien (1979) was so perfect it didn't need fixing, and Ridley Scott's 2003 Director's Cut is fiddling for the sake of it. Watch once then return to the majestic, perfectly paced original. Conversely the Special Edition of James Cameron's Aliens (1986) is the definitive version, though it's nice finally to have the theatrical cut on DVD for comparison. Most interesting is the alternative Alien3 (1992). This isn't a "director's cut"--David Fincher refused to have any involvement with this release--but a 1991 work-print that runs 29 minutes longer than the theatrical version, and has now been restored, remastered and finished-off with (unfortunately) cheap new CGI. Still, it's truly fascinating, offering a different insight into a flawed masterpiece. The expanded opening is visually breathtaking, the central firestorm is much longer, and a subplot involving Paul McGann's character adds considerable depth to the story. The ending is also subtly but significantly different. Alien Resurrection (1997) was always a mess with a handful of brilliant scenes, and the Special Edition just makes it eight minutes longer. On the DVD: Alien Quadrilogy offers all films except Alien3 with DTS soundtracks, the latter having still fine Dolby Digital 5.1 presentation. All four films sound fantastic, with much low-level detail revealed for the first time. Each is anamorphically enhanced at the correct original aspect ratio, and the prints and transfers are superlative. Every film offers a commentary that lends insight into the creative process--though the Scott-only commentary and isolated music score from the first Alien DVD release are missing here--and there are subtitles for hard of hearing both for the films and the commentaries. Each movie is complemented by a separate disc packed with hours of seriously detailed documentaries (all presented at 4:3 with clips letterboxed), thousands of photos, production stills and storyboards, giving a level of inside information for the dedicated buff only surpassed by the Lord of the Rings extended DVD sets. A ninth DVD compiles miscellaneous material, including a Channel 4 hour-long documentary and even all the extras from the old Alien laserdisc. Exhaustive hardly beings to describe the Alien Quadrilogy, a set which establishes the new DVD benchmark for retrospective releases and which looks unlikely to be surpassed for some time. --Gary S Dalkin

  • Alien 40th Anniversary [DVD] [2019]Alien 40th Anniversary | DVD | (01/04/2019) from £5.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Alien is the first movie of one of the most popular sagas in science fiction history, and introduces Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, the iron-willed woman destined to battle the galaxy's ultimate creature. The terror begin when the crew of the spaceship Nostromo investigates a transmission from a desolate planet and makes a horrifying discovery - a life form that breeds within a human host. Now the crew must fight now only for its survival, but for the survival of all mankind.

  • Fred Astaire - Swing Time/Top Hat/You'll Never Get Rich/You Were Never Lovelier [DVD]Fred Astaire - Swing Time/Top Hat/You'll Never Get Rich/You Were Never Lovelier | DVD | (27/09/2010) from £14.83   |  Saving you £15.16 (102.23%)   |  RRP £29.99

    One of the greatest music and dance stars in the history of motion pictures Fred rose from a fairly inauspicious start where a studio exec remarked: Can't sing. Can't act. Slightly balding. Can dance a little. Well his career and achievements speak for themselves. A remarkable talent this box set features 4 of his most-loved films. Swing Time (Dir. George Stevens 1936): Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers star in arguably their finest film together; packed with exhilarating dance routines and a marvellous score this is an indispensable musical classic! Swing Time is full of magical moments including a complex and delightful routine to 'Pick Yourself Up' a luminous turn to 'Waltz In Swing Time' and Astaire's breathtaking solo to 'Bojangles Of Harlem'. Top Hat (Dir. Mark Sandrich 1935): Following a case of mistaken identity dancer Jerry (Astaire) follows Dale (Rogers) the girl of his dreams to Europe and tries to win her heart through song and dance routines. This most lavish of musicals from Hollywood's golden era features lyrics and music by Irving Berlin. You'll Never Get Rich (Dir. Sidney Lanfield 1941): After his wife discovers a telltale diamond bracelet impresario Martin Cortland tries to show he's not chasing after showgirl Sheila Winthrop. Choreographer Robert Curtis gets caught in the middle of the boss's scheme. Army conscription offers Robert the perfect escape from his troubles - or does it? You Were Never Lovelier (Dir. William A. Seiter 1942): In this lavish Hollywood musical the headstrong daughter (Hayworth) of a powerful Argentine hotelier has to contend with her father's attempts to get her to marry...

  • Top Hat/Shall We DanceTop Hat/Shall We Dance | DVD | (26/02/2007) from £17.53   |  Saving you £-4.54 (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Top Hat (1935): Following a case of mistaken identity dancer Jerry (Astaire) follows Dale (Rogers) the girl of his dreams to Europe and tries to win her heart through song and dance routines... This most lavish of musicals from Hollywood's golden era features lyrics and music by Irving Berlin. Shall We Dance (1937): After their roaring success in 'Top Hat' and 'Swing Time' 'Shall We Dance' is another classic Rogers/Astaire partnership. With the superbly exhilarating dance to 'They Can't Take That Away From Me' and 'Change Partners' the film also features one of the best known and fondly remembered dance routines ever performed by in 'Let's Call the Whole Thing Off' all on roller-skate!

  • Alien (20th Anniversary Edition Box Set)Alien (20th Anniversary Edition Box Set) | DVD | (15/05/2000) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £69.99

    Director Ridley Scott's new cut of his 1979 sci-fi classic about a lifeform that is perfectly evolved to annihilate mankind. In space no-one can hear you scream.

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