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  • Screamers (Limited Edition) [Blu-ray] [2020]Screamers (Limited Edition) | Blu Ray | (25/05/2020) from £15.89   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    101 Films presents Screamers (1995), an actionpacked scifi thriller starring Peter Weller (Robocop), based on Philip K. Dick's short story Second Variety, and title 013 on the 101 Films Black Label. The year is 2078. The man is rebel Alliance Commander Col. Joseph Hendricksson (Weller), assigned to protect the Sirius 6B outpost from ravage and plunder at the hands of the New Economic Bloc. His stateoftheart weaponry are known as Screamers: manmade killing devices programmed to eliminate all enemy life forms. Screamers travel underground, their intent to kill announced by piercing shrieks. They dissect their victims with sushi precision, then eradicate all traces of the carnage. They are lethal. Effective. Tidy. And somehow, they are mutating selfreplicating into human form and slaughtering every beating heart on the planet. Special Features: Brand New Extras Commentary with film critic Kevin Lyons Limited edition booklet: Includes ˜In Space, No One Cares if You Scream' by Liam Hathaway and ˜When the Machines Rock: Philip K. Dick and the Dystopian Dream' by Scott Harrison Additional Extras Northern Frights An interview with director Christian Duguay Orchestrating The Future An interview with producer Tom Berry More Screamer Than Human An interview with cowriter Miguel TejadaFlores From Runaway To Space An interview with actress Jennifer Rubin Theatrical Trailer

  • Death Ship [1980]Death Ship | DVD | (26/03/2007) from £10.89   |  Saving you £4.10 (37.65%)   |  RRP £14.99

    Those who survive the ghost ship are better off dead! A cruise ship heading for the Caribbean crashes by a mysterious vessel leaving seven plucky survivors to crawl onboard the unholy ghost ship. Soon they find they're on heading for an unknown destination with something hellbent on destroying them all!

  • The Before Trilogy [The Criterion Collection] [Blu-ray] [2019]The Before Trilogy | Blu Ray | (28/10/2019) from £59.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    The cornerstone of the career-long exploration of cinematic time by director Richard Linklater, this celebrated three-part romance captures a relationship as it begins, begins again, deepens, strains, and settles over the course of almost two decades. Chronicling the love of Celine (Julie Delpy) and Jesse (Ethan Hawke), from their first meeting as idealistic twentysomethings to the disillusionment they face together in middle age, The Before Trilogy also serves as a document of a boundary-pushing and extraordinarily intimate collaboration between director and actors, as Delpy and Hawke, who co-wrote two of the films, imbue their characters with a sense of raw, lived-in experience, and as they age on-screen along with them. Attuned to the sweeping grandeur of time's passage as well as the evanescence of individual moments, the Before films chart the progress of romantic destiny as it navigates the vicissitudes of ordinary life. Before Sunrise An exquisitely understated ode to the thrill of romantic possibility, the inaugural instalment of The Before Trilogy opens with a chance encounter between two solitary young strangers. After they hit it off on a train bound for Vienna, the Paris university student Celine and the scrappy American tourist Jesse impulsively decide to spend a day together before he returns to the U.S. the next morning. As the pair roam the streets of the stately city, Linklater's tenderly observant gaze captures the uncertainty and intoxication of young love, from the first awkward stirrings of attraction to the hopeful promise that Celine and Jesse make upon their inevitable parting. Before Sunset In the breathtaking follow-up to Before Sunrise, Celine tracks down Jesse, now a newly minted author, at the tail end of his book tour in Paris, with only a few hours left before his flight back home to the States. Meeting almost a decade after their short-lived romance in Vienna, the pair find their chemistry rekindled by increasingly candid exchanges about professional setbacks, marital disappointments, and the compromises of adulthood. Impelled by an urgent sense of the transience of human connection, Before Sunset remains Linklater's most seductive experiment with time's inexorable passage and the way love can seem to stop it in its tracks. Before Midnight The bittersweet conclusion of The Before Trilogy finds Celine and Jesse several years into a relationship and in the midst of a sun-dappled Greek retreat with their twin daughters and a group of friends. The couple soon find their vacation upended, however, by the aggravations of committed monogamy, which have long since supplanted the initial jolt of their mutual seduction. Marked by the emotional depth, piercing wit, and conversational exuberance that Linklater and his actors had honed over two decades of abiding with these characters, Before Midnight grapples with the complexities of long-term intimacy, and asks what becomes of love when it no longer has recourse to past illusions. Director approved Special Edition Features: New, restored 2K digital transfers of Before Sunrise and Before Sunset and a 2K digital master of Before Midnight, approved by director Richard Linklater, with 2.0 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack on the Before Sunrise Blu-ray and 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtracks on the Before Sunset and Before Midnight Blu-rays New discussion featuring Linklater and actors Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke, moderated by critic Kent Jones Behind-the-scenes footage and interviews from the productions of Before Sunrise and Before Sunset Audio commentary on Before Midnight by Delpy, Linklater, and Hawke Dream Is Destiny, a 2016 feature-length documentary about Linklater by Louis Black and Karen Bernstein New documentary about the making of Before Midnight in Greece by filmmaker Athina Rachel Tsangari 3x2, a new conversation between scholars Dave Johnson and Rob Stone about Linklater's wor Linklater // On Cinema & Time, a video essay by filmmaker :: kogonada Plus: An essay on the trilogy by critic Dennis Lim

  • ScreamersScreamers | DVD | (05/09/2005) from £6.73   |  Saving you £-0.74 (-12.40%)   |  RRP £5.99

    After 10 years of devastating warfare on Planet Sirius 6B a distant mining planet Commander Joseph Hendricksson (Peter Weller) is assigned to protect his outpost from the New Economic Block. His scientists have created a perfect weapon designed to destroy all enemy life - a blade wielding self-replicating race of killing devices known as Screamers. But something has gone wrong - the Screamers continue to evolve without any human guidance cloning themselves into human form and obliterating all forms of human life. Betrayed by his own political leaders and disgusted by the atrocities of the endless war Hendricksson decides he must negotiate peace with the enemy. But to do so he must first destroy the very weapon he helped to create - the Screamers!

  • Bad Dreams [Blu-ray]Bad Dreams | Blu Ray | (24/09/2018) from £11.49   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    After the success of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET in 1984, many a movie that moulded together slasher thrills and supernatural chills was rushed into production - from SLAUGHTERHOUSE ROCK (1988) to THE HORROR SHOW (1989) and Wes Craven's own SHOCKER (1989). None, however, were quite as notable nor as notorious as the bombastic blood-spiller BAD DREAMS from 1987, which roped in its own Freddy Krueger alumni with sexy Scream Queen starlet Jennifer Ruben (from A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 3: THE DREAM WARRIORS). Also starring the late, great B-thespian Richard Lynch (CUT AND RUN) as a Jim Jones-style reverend who begins to avenge his creepy cult of followers from beyond-the-grave, BAD DREAMS features some frantic and ferocious special effects, plenty of tormented teens and some of the finest frights of its decade! Featuring the legendary Bruce Abbott (RE-ANIMATOR) and produced by Hollywood heavyweight Gale Anne Hurd (ALIENS), whilst featuring a screenplay from DIE HARD's Steven E. de Souza, it is no wonder that BAD DREAMS became one of the most popular slasher classics of the 1980s... and 88 Films is proud to present this work of gruesome genius in horrific HD! It might just stop you getting a good night's kip! Features: LIVING THE DREAM - An Interview with Director Andrew Fleming DREAM WOMAN - An Interview with Actress Jennifer Rubin (40 Mins) DERIVATIVE DREAMS - An Interview with Academic and Curator Spencer Murphy AUDIO COMMENTARY by Genre Experts Nathaniel Thompson and Tim Greer from Mondo-Digital.com THEATRICAL TRAILER Reversible Sleeve

  • Bad Dreams (DUAL FORMAT) [Blu-ray]Bad Dreams (DUAL FORMAT) | Blu Ray | (23/07/2018) from £11.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    After the success of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET in 1984, many a movie that moulded together slasher thrills and supernatural chills was rushed into production - from SLAUGHTERHOUSE ROCK (1988) to THE HORROR SHOW (1989) and Wes Craven's own SHOCKER (1989). None, however, were quite as notable nor as notorious as the bombastic blood-spiller BAD DREAMS from 1987, which roped in its own Freddy Krueger alumni with sexy Scream Queen starlet Jennifer Ruben (from A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 3: THE DREAM WARRIORS). Also starring the late, great B-thespian Richard Lynch (CUT AND RUN) as a Jim Jones-style reverend who begins to avenge his creepy cult of followers from beyond-the-grave, BAD DREAMS features some frantic and ferocious special effects, plenty of tormented teens and some of the finest frights of its decade! Featuring the legendary Bruce Abbott (RE-ANIMATOR) and produced by Hollywood heavyweight Gale Anne Hurd (ALIENS), whilst featuring a screenplay from DIE HARD's Steven E. de Souza, it is no wonder that BAD DREAMS became one of the most popular slasher classics of the 1980s... and 88 Films is proud to present this work of gruesome genius in horrific HD! It might just stop you getting a good night's kip!

  • Screamers [1996]Screamers | DVD | (01/10/1999) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    After 10 years of devastating warfare on Planet Sirius 6B a distant mining planet Commander Joseph Hendricksson (Peter Weller) is assigned to protect his outpost from the New Economic Block. His scientists have created a perfect weapon designed to destroy all enemy life - a blade wielding self-replicating race of killing devices known as Screamers. But something has gone wrong - the Screamers continue to evolve without any human guidance cloning themselves into human form and obliterating all forms of human life. Betrayed by his own political leaders and disgusted by the atrocities of the endless war Hendricksson decides he must negotiate peace with the enemy. But to do so he must first destroy the very weapon he helped to create - the Screamers!

  • Amazons And Gladiators [2001]Amazons And Gladiators | DVD | (10/06/2002) from £7.42   |  Saving you £12.57 (62.90%)   |  RRP £19.99

    In the spirit of Gladiator and Xena-Warrior Princess Amazons and Gladiators is an epic tale of good versus evil. In a remote village at the edge of the Ancient Roman Empire a young girl is enslaved and her family butchered by the sadistic Roman General Crassius (Patrick Bergin). As a beautiful young woman Serena is a reluctant slave-dancer but after stabbing a depraved Roman senator in self-defence she is forced to escape from her master in the company of a fearsome Amazonian

  • Sanctimony [2000]Sanctimony | DVD | (12/02/2001) from £8.05   |  Saving you £7.94 (49.70%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Sanctimony is a slick thriller from German director Uwe Boll in which Seven meets American Psycho. Caspar Van Dien plays Tom Gerrick, a phenomenally successful city trader who leads a double life. By day, he buys and sells stocks; by night he indulges a passion for perverted prurience, visiting the basement of a nightclub to watch the enactment of torture snuff scenarios. Meanwhile hard-ass cop Jim Renart (Streets Of Fire's Michael Pare) and his cynical, Scully-like partner Dorothy (Jennifer Rubin) sift city filth on the trail of a serial killer dubbed the "Monkey Maker" for his predilection, mutilating the eyes, ears and mouths of his victims. Given its similarity to the aforementioned films, Sanctimony's plot twists are all too predictable but nevertheless enjoyable as Boll cranks up the audience's appetite for sick thrills. After finding out that Renart's wife (played by Catherine Oxenberg) is heavily pregnant it's evident that something exceedingly nasty is planned for her several plot points down the line. But it's Van Dien's tight-lipped yuppie psycho that steals the show, throwing the whole shebang into high camp. On the DVD: The DVD features beautifully designed animated menus but extras are limited to a theatrical trailer and cast and crew filmographies. The main feature is a crystal-clear transfer presented in letterboxed widescreen format with Dolby 5.1 sound. --Chris Campion

  • Face Value/Victim Of BeautyFace Value/Victim Of Beauty | DVD | (04/06/2007) from £7.72   |  Saving you £-2.73 (-54.70%)   |  RRP £4.99

    Face Value - Marla Hanson's dreams of becoming a top New York model were shattered when she was attacked and slashed across the face sustaining wounds requiring nearly 150 stitches. Marla's modelling career was finished but her ordeal had only just begun. When her case came to court the defence attorney tore into her accusing her of being a prostitute and using sex to further her career. But Marla fought back against these accusations and her exceptional courage made her not only America's most famous victim but a champion for others who had suffered in the same way. Victim of Beauty - A hot new model takes the fashion world by storm - only to have her world turn ugly as her would-be lovers start dying one by one in this dark psychological thriller.

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