"Actor: Neil Casey"

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  • Midsomer Murders - The Killings At Badger's Drift [1997]Midsomer Murders - The Killings At Badger's Drift | DVD | (19/04/2004) from £10.43   |  Saving you £6.56 (38.60%)   |  RRP £16.99

    The very first episode of Midsomer Murders is based on the award winning Inspector Barnaby novels by Caroline Graham. An old lady witnesses a shocking event but before she can tell anyone what she has seen she dies from what seems to be natural causes. Her dearest friend drags the unwilling Inspector Barnaby into the case. He soon begins to see that certain things just don't add up then a second gruesome killing confirms his suspicions.

  • Rugrats In Paris - The Movie [2001]Rugrats In Paris - The Movie | DVD | (08/10/2001) from £17.53   |  Saving you £-4.54 (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Chuckie and the rest of the Rugrats gang travel to the Euroreptarland theme park in Paris, to help him find a new mommy.

  • Midsomer Murders - Death's Shadow [1997]Midsomer Murders - Death's Shadow | DVD | (08/08/2003) from £10.00   |  Saving you £9.98 (142.37%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Based on Caroline Graham's novels and featuring the stolid crime-solving skills of Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby, Midsomer Murders made their television debut in 1997 and continue to keep viewers happy with that potent whodunnit ingredient: spectacularly bloody murders in the most tranquil rural settings the Shires have to offer. Midsomer is a vaguely defined area of villages and hamlets with charming names like Badger's Drift and Goodman's Land. It also has the highest number of violent deaths per capita outside the average war zone. Serial killings abound to test the nerve of Barnaby (John Nettles) and his sidekick Sergeant Troy (Daniel Casey), a dullard easily perplexed by a world which refuses to stick to his black and white view of things. Nettles is excellent; there's a hint of Bergerac still, now heavier of jowl and broader of beam, though the chasing is necessarily limited and the DCI enjoys the home comforts of an understanding wife and a spirited daughter. "Every time I go into any Midsomer village, it's always the same thing", he huffs. "Blackmail, sexual deviancy, suicide and murder." Ain't it the truth? The murders are astonishing. Family feuds, jealousy, incest, industrial espionage, all erupt at regular intervals leaving a trail of bodies with throats slashed, limbs dismembered and blood absolutely everywhere. Rivers of sheer nastiness run deep beneath the superficially pastoral perfection of Midsomer. Thank goodness there are still men like dependable Barnaby to get to the bottom of things. Eventually. Sure of Barnaby’s eventual success, Midsomer Murders make for a cosy, even comforting, couple of hours curled up in front of the television. And they make a great showcase for star turns from the great stable of British character actors, too, from Celia Imrie and Elizabeth Spriggs to Imelda Staunton and Duncan Preston, who invariably turn this whimsical stuff into the tastiest possible ham.--Piers Ford

  • Midsomer Murders - Destroying Angel [1997]Midsomer Murders - Destroying Angel | DVD | (09/08/2004) from £13.06   |  Saving you £6.92 (68.72%)   |  RRP £16.99

    John Nettles and Daniel Casey star in another installment of this rural detective series based on the novels by Caroline Graham. When Gregory Chambers the manager of the Easterly Grange Hotel fails to turn up to the owner's funeral the local villagers are concerned. When Gregory then doesn't appear to perform his rather unconventional Punch and Judy show the villagers know that something is seriously wrong. It isn't long before Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby and Sergeant Troy

  • Midsomer Murders - Faithful Unto Death [1997]Midsomer Murders - Faithful Unto Death | DVD | (08/08/2003) from £6.03   |  Saving you £10.96 (64.50%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Based on Caroline Graham's novels and featuring the stolid crime-solving skills of Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby, Midsomer Murders made their television debut in 1997 and continue to keep viewers happy with that potent whodunnit ingredient: spectacularly bloody murders in the most tranquil rural settings the Shires have to offer. Midsomer is a vaguely defined area of villages and hamlets with charming names like Badger's Drift and Goodman's Land. It also has the highest number of violent deaths per capita outside the average war zone. Serial killings abound to test the nerve of Barnaby (John Nettles) and his sidekick Sergeant Troy (Daniel Casey), a dullard easily perplexed by a world which refuses to stick to his black and white view of things. Nettles is excellent; there's a hint of Bergerac still, now heavier of jowl and broader of beam, though the chasing is necessarily limited and the DCI enjoys the home comforts of an understanding wife and a spirited daughter. "Every time I go into any Midsomer village, it's always the same thing", he huffs. "Blackmail, sexual deviancy, suicide and murder." Ain't it the truth? The murders are astonishing. Family feuds, jealousy, incest, industrial espionage, all erupt at regular intervals leaving a trail of bodies with throats slashed, limbs dismembered and blood absolutely everywhere. Rivers of sheer nastiness run deep beneath the superficially pastoral perfection of Midsomer. Thank goodness there are still men like dependable Barnaby to get to the bottom of things. Eventually. Sure of Barnaby’s eventual success, Midsomer Murders make for a cosy, even comforting, couple of hours curled up in front of the television. And they make a great showcase for star turns from the great stable of British character actors, too, from Celia Imrie and Elizabeth Spriggs to Imelda Staunton and Duncan Preston, who invariably turn this whimsical stuff into the tastiest possible ham.--Piers Ford

  • Ghostbusters (2016) [Blu-ray] [Region Free]Ghostbusters (2016) | Blu Ray | (26/07/2019) from £7.22   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Ghostbusters makes its long-awaited return with Director Paul Feig's unique and hilarious take on the classic, supernatural comedy, led by the freshest minds in comedy today: Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, Leslie Jones, and Chris Hemsworth. Together they team up to save Manhattan from a sudden invasion of spirits, spooks and slime that engulfs the city. Special Features: Theatrical and Extended Cut of the film Two Filmmaker Commentaries Over 15 Minutes of Hilarious Bloopers! 30 Minutes of Laugh Out Loud Alternate Takes! 4 Deleted Scnes Slime Time Behind the Scenes Featurettes

  • Midsomer Murders - Stranglers Wood [1997]Midsomer Murders - Stranglers Wood | DVD | (08/08/2003) from £8.55   |  Saving you £11.43 (205.58%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Strangler's Wood is a gruesomely enjoyable entry in the darkly witty Midsomer Murders series. Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby is on the case again, this time in pursuit of a serial murderer who has apparently resurfaced after nearly a decade of quiet. The story is a thoroughly absorbing one, full of nasty crawling secrets that come out when Barnaby begins poking below the village's surface, and the solution is genuinely satisfying. As in other programmes in the series, Strangler's Wood also pays realistic attention to the way Barnaby's job affects his home life, making his tenacity at pursuing a case exasperating without getting melodramatic. Fans of Daniel Casey's Sergeant Troy will be pleased to see him prominently featured in the episode as well. This is a terrific, stand-alone chapter in an excellent series. --Ali Davis

  • Midsomer Murders - Dead Man's Eleven [1997]Midsomer Murders - Dead Man's Eleven | DVD | (06/10/2003) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £16.99

    John Nettles stars as Chief Inspector Barnaby in this feature-length episode of the acclaimed crime series. The wife of a wealthy landowner is discovered bludgeoned to death with a cricket bat. Whilst the victim had no apparent enemies her husband Robert Cavendish was hated by all and sundry. Barnaby and his team find themselves enmeshed in a succession of cruel and calculated murders. Once again blackmail deceit greed and revenge threaten to destroy Midsomer's tranquillity.

  • Midsomer Murders - Judgement Day [1997]Midsomer Murders - Judgement Day | DVD | (14/06/2004) from £7.17   |  Saving you £9.82 (57.80%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Another Midsomer murder investigation for Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby...Preparations are well under way in Midsomer Mallow for the Perfect Village Competition. However when the body of local rouge Peter Drinkwater is found with a pitchfork protruding from his chest the village people are determined to keep it quiet. After all he was hardly popular in the village. Angry parents jealous husbands victims of crimes believed to have been perpetrated by the deceased and disgrun

  • Midsomer Murders - Garden Of Death [1997]Midsomer Murders - Garden Of Death | DVD | (14/06/2004) from £12.96   |  Saving you £4.03 (23.70%)   |  RRP £16.99

    More murderous goings on in Midsomer for Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby to solve...The Inkpen-Thomas family owners of Inkpen Manor in Midsomer Deverett announce that their memorial garden will no longer be open to the public. The villagers are furious however are any of them angry enough to kill? When members of the Inkpen family are found murdered closure of the garden looks like a positive motive. However Barnaby and Troy uncover many family secrets during the course of t

  • Midsomer Murders - Death Of A Stranger [1997]Midsomer Murders - Death Of A Stranger | DVD | (12/01/2004) from £8.16   |  Saving you £8.83 (52.00%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby and Sergeant Troy investigate a murder. DCI Barnaby returns from a winter holiday to discover an unidentified tramp has been beaten to death in the woods near the village of Marshwood. While he was away Supt Ronald Pringle just before his retirement quickly arrested a local young man. But Barnaby suspects that he is innocent which is only reinforced when there is an apparent suicide at the same spot.

  • Midsomer Murders - Death In Disguise [1997]Midsomer Murders - Death In Disguise | DVD | (08/07/2002) from £7.44   |  Saving you £9.55 (56.20%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Barnaby and Troy are sent to investigate the death of William Carter found dead at the bottom of the stairs at his commune.

  • Midsomer Murders - The Electric Vendetta [1997]Midsomer Murders - The Electric Vendetta | DVD | (09/08/2004) from £8.82   |  Saving you £8.17 (48.10%)   |  RRP £16.99

    The body of criminal Ronnie Stokes is found in the middle of a crop circle in Midsomer Parva with his hands burnt puncture wounds in his back and a chunk of his hair missing. Lloyd Kirby the local UFOlogist believes that it is the work of aliens however Barnaby and Troy are not convinced by his theory. John Nettles and Daniel Casey star in another installment of this rural detective series based on the novels by Caroline Graham.

  • Midsomer Murders - Blue Herrings [1997]Midsomer Murders - Blue Herrings | DVD | (12/01/2004) from £5.95   |  Saving you £14.03 (473.99%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Detective Chief Inspector Barnaby finds himself investigating the strange goings-on in his Aunt's rest home. Aunt Alice reports a death and footsteps in the night. Now Barnaby and Troy are forced to take notice...based on the novel by Caroline Graham.

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