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  • Rawhide: Complete Series [DVD]Rawhide: Complete Series | DVD | (31/03/2021) from £119.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Saddle up for thrills! When the going gets tough, the tough gets going in the Golden Globe-nominated series, Rawhide, starring Eric Fleming as trail boss Gil Favor and Clint Eastwood in his breakout role as Rowdy Yates. Don t miss the fire and thrills packed into every adventure of this 217 episode, 58-disc set that proves again and again that Rawhide is one of television s most legendary westerns.

  • High Plains DrifterHigh Plains Drifter | DVD | (26/02/2001) from £11.45   |  Saving you £1.53 (18.09%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Clint Eastwood's second film as a director (and his first Western) is a variation on the "man with no name" theme, starring Eastwood as the drifter known only as "the Stranger". He rides into the desert town of Lagos and is quickly attacked by three gunmen. Recovering with the aid of a local dwarf (a memorable role for Billy Curtis), the Stranger is hired by the intimidated townsfolk to fend off a band of violent ex-convicts. After teaching the citizens self-defence and instructing them to paint the entire town red and rename it "Hell", the Stranger vanishes. He reappears when the marauding criminals arrive, and delivers justice and teaches the townsfolk a harsh lesson about moral obligation. Is he a figure from their past or a kind of supernatural avenger? Combining humour with action, High Plains Drifter is both a serious and tongue-in-cheek tribute to the Westerns that made Eastwood a household name. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • How To Make A Monster [1958]How To Make A Monster | DVD | (26/05/2003) from £15.98   |  Saving you £-2.99 (-23.00%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Peter Drummond has been chief of make up at a Hollywood studio for 25 years. When his services are abruptly dispensed with Drummond takes his revenge on the callous heads of the studio by hypnotising a couple of actors and bringing his murderous creations Teenage Frankenstein and Teenage Werewolf to life!

  • Charro [1969]Charro | DVD | (24/02/2003) from £20.98   |  Saving you £-15.99 (-320.40%)   |  RRP £4.99

    When Elvis Presley first appeared on screen fans and critics alike called him the next James Dean. Everyone was shocked when 'The King' was actually a credible actor. His films exploited his youth appeal and crammed the running time with Presley music numbers and as time went on the plots became more and more ludicrous the songs less memorable.This was not lost on Presley who was getting more and more bored with his screen assignments. He wanted to do something more challenging a film befitting his early dramatic promise.He found that vehicle in one of his last screen appearances - Charro! This time he played it straight. Clearly influenced by the successful Clint Eastwood by the successful Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone series this film is gritty and cynical. But most importantly Presley proved once again that he could act. Reviewers at the time were impressed with Presley's performance and in retrospect it makes one wish Presley had more challenging acting opportunities.

  • Arkoff - Vol. 1Arkoff - Vol. 1 | DVD | (01/11/2004) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    A unique collection of some of the seminal 1950's monster and sci-fi movies made by the greatest director of the time including Roger Corman Bruno VeSota and Edward L Cahn. Featuring Monsters vampires delinquent school girls and giant arachnids along with the earliest performances of some of Hollywood's greatest stars. How To Make A Monster: Peter Drummond has been chief of make up at a Hollywood studio for 25 years. When his services are abruptly dispensed with Drummond takes his revenge on the callous heads of the studio by hypnotising a couple of actors and bringing his murderous creations Teenage Frankenstein and Teenage Werewolf to life! The Spider: When a man doesn't return home one night his daughter Carol and her boyfriend Mike go out to search for him. On finding Carol's father's wrecked car by a cave they decide to investigate further. Before they know it the kids have been enmeshed in a giant spider's web woven of course by a giant spider! After finally escaping the eight legged beast's clutches and raising the alarm the spider is seemingly killed and brought back to town. However.... is the spider really dead? War Of The Colossal Beast: A frightened young man races his truck down a dirt road constantly looking back in terror. He is being pursued by some unseen menace! Undoubtedly it is this menace that is responsible for a series of mysterious food truck robberies and the main suspect is the 60-foot tall Colossal Man! Previously presumed dead he is discovered living in a desolate mountain range in Mexico insane and horribly disfigured his face covered in scar tissue and missing an eye. Every effort of communicating with the giant fails and the military drugs him and transports him back to America where he promptly escapes to wreak havoc on an unfortunate city! The Brain Eaters: Strange things are happening in Riverdale Illinois. A huge seemingly alien structure has been found jutting out of the Earth. A bizarre Earth-drilling craft discharges a horde of fuzzy parasitic creatures that fasten themselves to the necks of the townsfolk and control their brains. Sent to investigate the origin of the mysterious object Senator Walter Powers and scientist Dr.Paul Kettering are responsible for stopping the invasion when it becomes clear that the whole town is under the control of the invaders. The Blood Of Dracula: Six weeks after her mother dies Nancy Perkins' father remarries. The stepmother then sends Nancy off to a school for girls where the innocent girl falls under the spell of evil chemistry teacher Miss Branding. Putting Nancy under hypnosis Miss Branding converts the poor damsel to vampirism causing her to commit murders and then forget about them. The villainess recieves her comeuppance when Nancy refuses to snap out of her spell transforming into a slavering vampiric beast.

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