Get all fired up for the music-and-dance-filled movie event of the year: Disney Z-O-M-B-I-E-S! It's the start of a new semester at Seabrook High, in a suburban town all about uniformity, traditions, football pep rallies and cheerleading championships. That is, until students from Zombietown integrate into the school and chaos erupts! It takes the courageous friendship between a fierce and determined cheerleader, Addison, and a zombie football star, Zed, to help unite their high school and ultimately their community. Features: Bloopers Deleted Scene: It's A Cheer-tastrophe New Jacket, New Name Audition Footage: Milo Manheim Audition Meg Donnelly Audition Zombies Survival To High School BAMM Music Video BAMM Lyric Video Dance Tutorial Original Trailers: Trailer #1 Trailer #2
Comedy set in World War Two, starring James Robertson-Justice and Leslie Phillips. Sir Ernest Pease (Robertson-Justice) is a self-important scientist who is sent undercover on a bombing mission to monitor the effectiveness of his latest invention, a new-fangled radar. When the plane is attacked, he parachutes to safety - only to be sent to a POW camp, where he takes on the alias of Lieutenant Farrow. There, the somewhat happy-go-lucky bunch of Brits suspect their acerbic new fellow prisoner of being a spy, and all sorts of culture clashes and misunderstandings ensue.
The Remains of the Day is one of Merchant-Ivory's most thought-provoking films. Anthony Hopkins is a model of restraint and propriety as Stevens, the butler who "knows his place"; Emma Thompson is the animated and sympathetic Miss Kenton, the housekeeper whose attraction to Stevens is doomed to disappointment. As Nazi appeaser Lord Darlington, James Fox clings to the notion of a gentleman's agreement in the ruthless political climate before World War Two. Hugh Grant is his journalist nephew all too aware of reality, while Christopher Reeves gives a spirited portrayal of an American senator, whose purchase of Darlington Hall 20 years on sends Stevens on a journey to right the mistake he made out of loyalty. As a period drama with an ever-relevant message, this 1993 film is absorbing viewing all the way. On the DVD: the letterbox widescreen format reproduces the 2.35:1 aspect ratio with absolute clarity. Subtitles are in French and German, with audio subtitles also in English, Italian and Spanish, and with 28 separate chapter selections. The "making-of" featurette and retrospective documentary complement each other with their "during and after" perspectives, while "Blind Loyalty, Hollow Honour" is an interesting short on the question of appeasement and war. The running commentary from Thompson, Merchant and Ivory is more of a once-only diversion. --Richard Whitehouse
Ugly duckling Brenda Thompson (Rita Tushingham) leaves her Liverpool home hoping to find romance in London. She moves in with her work-mate Caroline (Katya Wyeth), but remains lonely and bewildered in the big city. While wandering alone one night she finds a scruffy dog and becomes infatuated with its handsome master. Brenda later confesses to the dog's owner, Peter (Shane Briant), that she has come to London because she wants a baby. He offers her a proposition if she will move in and cook, clean and tell him stories, he will give her what she wants. Brenda is confused but deeply in love with her mysterious partner. Before long, however, she is trapped in a nightmare world of paranoia and murder from which there seems to be no escape traight On Till Morning took its title from J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan and was directed by Peter Collinson, who had previously made Up the Junction and The Italian Job. Filmed in and around Earl's Court, London, this dark and disturbing thriller was released in 1972 and represented a bold new direction for Hammer. EXTRAS: Original trailer
Sir Ernest Pease KBE FRS (James Robertson Justice) is a cantankerous and crotchety old professor. Testing one of his new radar inventions (and travelling incognito as Lt. Farrow RN) the plane he is travelling is shot down and he is incarcerated as a POW. His overbearing and abrasive manner leads his fellow inmates into believing he is a German spy but when they discover who he actually is they realise that his escape is vital to the war effort. Written by Henry Blyth (The Bul
The second of the Merchant/Ivory films (A Room with a View, Howard's End), Maurice deals with a theme few period pieces dare mention--a young man's struggle with his homosexuality. It's not just a gay coming-of-age story, however. The hero wrestles with British class society as much as his personal and sexual identity.The film opens on a stormy, windswept beach, as an older man awkwardly instructs young, fatherless Maurice Hall (James Wilby) in the "sacred mysteries" of sex. The same turbulent, wordless struggle with passion lasts throughout this slowly evolving, beautifully filmed story. Novelist E M Forster's brainy, British melodrama hinges on choice and compulsion, as the pensive hero falls for two completely different men. First comes frail, suppressed Clive (Hugh Grant), who wants nothing more than classical Platonic harmony ... and a straight lifestyle. (Grant's performance is so convincing, one wonders how he ever became a heterosexual sex symbol.) After Clive's wedding, Maurice turns to hypnosis to cure his unspeakable longings. Unfortunately, his "cure" is interrupted by Clive's lustful, brooding, barely literate gamekeeper Scudder (Rupert Graves), a worker more at home gutting rabbits than discussing the classics. Maurice's love for a "social inferior" forces him to confront his illicit desire and his ingrained class snobbery. --Grant Balfour
A Film About Life Liberty And The Pursuit Of Happenings. With the responsibilities of world peace the national debt and dessert choices at state dinners constantly on his mind it seemed like a good idea to get the President of the United States an analyst to help him deal with these burdens. In The President's Analyst Dr. Sidney Schaefer (James Coburn) wins the coveted job but not without a price-governments from all over the world are soon targeting the hapless d
In this new and raunchy remake of the classic tale of lust and lace set in Edwardian England, a young country girl sets of for London to seek her fortune, but soon finds herself on a slippery slope from prim innocence to total sexual degradation. Dubbed 'The Memoirs of a Women of Pleasure', this lusty costume drama is a genuine bodice-ripper, following Fanny as she's lured into one of London's most outrageous brothels and her search for true love amid a maze of courtesans and corsets, bosoms ...
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