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  • Magical Legend of the Leprechauns [DVD]Magical Legend of the Leprechauns | DVD | (10/05/2010) from £5.38   |  Saving you £-2.39 (N/A%)   |  RRP £2.99

    A businessman rents a cottage on the enchanted Emerald Isle which is occupied by a family of leprechauns.

  • The Last Detail (Standard Edition) [Blu-ray] [2020] [Region Free]The Last Detail (Standard Edition) | Blu Ray | (29/06/2020) from £17.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    When Buddusky (Jack Nicholson) and Mulhall (Otis Young) are detailed to take a young sailor, Meadows (Randy Quaid), from a Virginia Naval Base to a New Hampshire Naval Prison to serve an eight-year sentence for a trivial offense they decide to show him a good time on their journey north... Features: 4K restoration from the original negative Original mono audio Two presentations of the feature: the original, uncut theatrical version, and the world exclusive home video presentation of the 1976 TV syndication cut An Introduction by filmmaker Alexander Payne (2017, 5 mins) About a Trip (2017, 16 mins): an appreciation by Alexander Payne A Search for Truth (2017, 21 mins): an interview with editor Robert C. Jones An Interview with Michael Chapman (2004, 4 mins): the acclaimed director of photography discusses his work on The Last Detail Isolated score: experience Johnny Mandel's original soundtrack music Original theatrical trailer Image gallery New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, available for both presentations of the feature

  • Kingpin [DVD]Kingpin | DVD | (26/09/2011) from £2.99   |  Saving you £10.00 (77.00%)   |  RRP £12.99

    From the creators of the comedy smash Dumb and Dumber comes this outrageous comedy about a former bowling champion (Woody Harrelson) who finds himself reduced to a sleazy small time hustler thanks to a double-crossing bowling conman (Bill Murray). When the one-time champion discovers a new protg (Randy Quaid) among the Amish of Pennsylvania Dutch country he thinks he's found his ticket back to the fast lane. A riotously funny road trip ensues as this hysterically mismatched duo sets out to con their way to the bowling tournament in Reno Las Vegas Nevada. On the way they find a secret weapon - Claudia (Vanessa Angel). She can swing a mean ball and has the best pins in the business.

  • The Paper [1994]The Paper | DVD | (14/06/2004) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    Sometimes a day is all it takes. Today Henry Hackett (Michael Keaton) metro editor of a New York tabloid has some very big decisions to make. His heavily pregnant wife (Marisa Tomei) is facing urgent deadlines of her own. Henry' boss the managing editor (Glenn Close) is also reaching a crisis in her life and her senior (Robert Duvall) has just discovered he is an extremely sick man. To top it all the paper is in pursuit of a hot story that could expose a major scandal and fre

  • Goya's Ghosts [2006]Goya's Ghosts | DVD | (10/09/2007) from £6.65   |  Saving you £13.34 (66.70%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Painter Francisco Goya faces a scandal involving his muse, who is labeled a heretic by a monk.

  • The Long Riders [1980]The Long Riders | DVD | (11/06/2001) from £9.43   |  Saving you £3.56 (37.75%)   |  RRP £12.99

    This terrific Walter Hill Western follows the careers of the James and Younger brothers--and uses the nifty idea of casting actual clans of acting siblings in the roles. Thus, the James brothers are played by James and Stacy Keach; the Youngers by David, Keith, and Robert Carradine; the Millers by Randy and Dennis Quaid; and the Fords by Christopher and Nicholas Guest. Hill, working with an evocative Ry Cooder score, creates a film that is at once breathtakingly exciting and elegiac in its treatment of these post-Civil War outlaws. The Keaches in particular bring a surprising dignity to the roles of Frank and Jesse James, while David Carradine is a hoot as Cole Younger--and the Quaids mimic real life (as it was for them then) in their battles as the Miller brothers. Bloody, to be sure, but also bloody good. --Marshall Fine

  • National Lampoon's Vacation [1983]National Lampoon's Vacation | DVD | (28/06/1999) from £4.29   |  Saving you £9.70 (226.11%)   |  RRP £13.99

    Vacation paved the way for the John Hughes movie dynasty of the 1980s. Written by Hughes (who would go on to write, direct, and/or produce The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Uncle Buck, Home Alone, and so on) and directed by Harold Ramis (Caddyshack, Groundhog Day, Stuart Saves His Family), the first Vacation movie introduces us to the all-American Griswold family: father Clark (Chevy Chase), mother Ellen (Beverly D'Angelo), son Rusty (future Hughes staple Anthony Michael Hall), and daughter Audrey (Dana Barron). They all pile into the car for a cross-country road trip to Walley World, stopping along the way to view the world's biggest ball of twine. John Candy, Imogene Coca, and Randy Quaid (as yokel Cousin Eddie) pop up along the way. The movie was a big hit, and was followed by several sequels--National Lampoon's European Vacation, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, and National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation--but this one is still probably the freshest and funniest of the bunch. --Jim Emerson

  • Larry McMurtry's Streets Of Laredo [1995]Larry McMurtry's Streets Of Laredo | DVD | (13/06/2005) from £17.53   |  Saving you £7.46 (42.56%)   |  RRP £24.99

    Streets Of Laredo is the third title in the Lonesome Dove Saga. An exhilarating tale of legend and heroism continues the epic of the waning years of the Texas Rangers. Captain Woodrow Call is long in the tooth but still a legendary hunter. He is hired to track down a young Mexican train robber and killer Joey Garza. Riding with Call are an Eastern city slicker a witless deputy and one of the last remaining members of the Hat Creek outfit Pea-Eye Parker. Their long chase leads the

  • Independence Day [1996]Independence Day | DVD | (26/02/2001) from £6.54   |  Saving you £16.45 (71.60%)   |  RRP £22.99

    In Independence Day, a scientist played by Jeff Goldblum once actually had a fistfight with a man (Bill Pullman) who is now president of the United States. That same president, late in the film, personally flies a jet fighter to deliver a payload of missiles against an attack by extraterrestrials. Independence Day is the kind of movie so giddy with its own outrageousness that one doesn't even blink at such howlers in the plot. Directed by Roland Emmerich, Independence Day is a pastiche of conventions from flying-saucer movies from the 1940s and 1950s, replete with icky monsters and bizarre coincidences that create convenient shortcuts in the story. (Such as the way the girlfriend of one of the film's heroes--played by Will Smith--just happens to run across the president's injured wife, who are then both rescued by Smith's character who somehow runs across them in alien-ravaged Los Angeles County.) The movie is just sheer fun, aided by a cast that knows how to balance the retro requirements of the genre with a more contemporary feel. --Tom Keogh

  • Not Another Teen Movie [2001]Not Another Teen Movie | DVD | (08/05/2006) from £7.34   |  Saving you £5.65 (43.50%)   |  RRP £12.99

    In this teen movies parody the local highschool is full of bitchy cheerleaders, dumb ass jocks, the new girl, and the undercover reporter!

  • Caddyshack 1 And 2Caddyshack 1 And 2 | DVD | (28/08/2006) from £12.13   |  Saving you £3.86 (24.10%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Caddyshack: Greenkeeper Carl Spackler is about to start World War III - against a gopher. Pompous Judge Smails plays to win but his nubile niece Lacey Underall wants to score her own way. Playboy Ty Webb shoots perfect golf by becoming the ball. And country club loudmouth Al Czeervik just doubled a $20 000 bet on a 10-foot putt. Insanity? No Caddyshack! Chevy Chase Rodney Dangerfield Bill Murray and Ted Knight tee off for a sidesplitting round of fairway foolishness! Ca

  • The Last Detail [Dual Format] [Blu-ray]The Last Detail | Blu Ray | (27/02/2017) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    The Last Detail nearly didn't get a release. Columbia, for whom it was made, was alarmed by the movie's barrage of profanity and resented the unorthodox working style of its director, Hal Ashby, who loathed producers and made no secret of it. Only when the film picked up a Best Actor Award for Jack Nicholson at Cannes did the studio reluctantly grant it a release--with minimal promotion--to widespread critical acclaim. Nicholson, in one of his best roles, plays "Bad-ass" Buddusky, a naval petty officer detailed, along with his black colleague "Mule" Mulhall (Otis Young), to escort an offender from Virginia to the harsh naval prison at Portsmouth, NH. The miscreant is a naïve youngster, Meadows (Randy Quaid), who's been given eight years for stealing $40 from his CO's wife's favourite charity. The escorts, at first cynically detached, soon start feeling sorry for Meadows and decide to show him a good time in his last few days of freedom. Ashby, a true son of 60s counterculture, avidly abets the anti-authoritarian tone of Robert Towne's script. Meadows is a sad victim of the system--but so too are Buddusky and Mulhall, as they gradually come to realise. A lot of the film is very funny. Nicholson gets to do one of his classic psychotic outbursts--"I am the fucking shore patrol!"--and there are some pungent scenes of male bonding pushed to the verge of desperation. But the overall tone is melancholy, pointed up by the jaunty military marches on the soundtrack. Shot amid bleak, wintry landscapes, in buses and trains and grey urban streets, The Last Detail is a film of constant, compulsive movement going nowhere--a powerful, finely acted study of institutional claustrophobia. On the DVD: The Last Detail disc doesn't have much in the way of extras. There are abbreviated filmographies for Ashby, Nicholson and Quaid (though not for Young) and a trailer for A Few Good Men (1992). The mono sound comes up well in Dolby Digital, and the transfer preserves DoP Michael Chapman's subtle, subfusc palette and the 1.85:1 ratio of the original. --Philip Kemp

  • The Last Detail [1973]The Last Detail | DVD | (05/08/2002) from £6.73   |  Saving you £6.26 (48.20%)   |  RRP £12.99

    The Last Detail nearly didn't get a release. Columbia, for whom it was made, was alarmed by the movie's barrage of profanity and resented the unorthodox working style of its director, Hal Ashby, who loathed producers and made no secret of it. Only when the film picked up a Best Actor Award for Jack Nicholson at Cannes did the studio reluctantly grant it a release--with minimal promotion--to widespread critical acclaim. Nicholson, in one of his best roles, plays "Bad-ass" Buddusky, a naval petty officer detailed, along with his black colleague "Mule" Mulhall (Otis Young), to escort an offender from Virginia to the harsh naval prison at Portsmouth, NH. The miscreant is a naïve youngster, Meadows (Randy Quaid), who's been given eight years for stealing $40 from his CO's wife's favourite charity. The escorts, at first cynically detached, soon start feeling sorry for Meadows and decide to show him a good time in his last few days of freedom. Ashby, a true son of 60s counterculture, avidly abets the anti-authoritarian tone of Robert Towne's script. Meadows is a sad victim of the system--but so too are Buddusky and Mulhall, as they gradually come to realise. A lot of the film is very funny. Nicholson gets to do one of his classic psychotic outbursts--"I am the fucking shore patrol!"--and there are some pungent scenes of male bonding pushed to the verge of desperation. But the overall tone is melancholy, pointed up by the jaunty military marches on the soundtrack. Shot amid bleak, wintry landscapes, in buses and trains and grey urban streets, The Last Detail is a film of constant, compulsive movement going nowhere--a powerful, finely acted study of institutional claustrophobia. On the DVD: The Last Detail disc doesn't have much in the way of extras. There are abbreviated filmographies for Ashby, Nicholson and Quaid (though not for Young) and a trailer for A Few Good Men (1992). The mono sound comes up well in Dolby Digital, and the transfer preserves DoP Michael Chapman's subtle, subfusc palette and the 1.85:1 ratio of the original. --Philip Kemp

  • Midnight Express [1978]Midnight Express | DVD | (11/06/2007) from £10.80   |  Saving you £-4.81 (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    Forever embroiled in controversy, Midnight Express divides viewers into opposing camps: those who think it's one of the most intense real-life dramas ever made, and those who abhor its manipulative tactics and alteration of facts for the exploitative purpose of achieving a desired effect. That effect is powerfully achieved, regardless of how you may feel about director Alan Parker and Oscar-winning screenwriter Oliver Stone's interpretation of the story of Billy Hayes. It was the American Hayes--played by the late Brad Davis in an unforgettable performance--who was caught smuggling 2kg of hashish while attempting to board a flight from Istanbul in 1970. He was sentenced to four years in a hellish Turkish prison on a drug possession charge, but his sentence was later extended (though not by 30 years, as the film suggests), and Hayes endured unthinkable brutality and torture before his escape in 1975. Unquestionably, this is a superbly crafted film, provoking a visceral response that's powerful enough to boil your blood. By the time Hayes erupts in an explosion of self-defensive violence, Parker and Stone have proven the power--and danger--of their skill. Their film is deeply manipulative, extremely xenophobic, and embellishes reality to heighten its calculated impact. Is that a crime? Not necessarily, and there's no doubt that Midnight Express is expertly directed and blessed with exceptional supporting performances (especially from John Hurt as a long-term prisoner). Still, it's obvious that strings are being pulled, and Parker, while applying his talent to a nefarious purpose, is a masterful puppeteer. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com

  • Robert Altman Collection - Fool For Love/The Long Goodbye/M.A.S.H./O.C. And Stiggs/Thieves Like UsRobert Altman Collection - Fool For Love/The Long Goodbye/M.A.S.H./O.C. And Stiggs/Thieves Like Us | DVD | (09/07/2007) from £27.99   |  Saving you £-3.71 (N/A%)   |  RRP £24.28

    Titles Comprise: Fool For Love:Cowboy drifter Eddie reconnects with May the love of his life in a seedy desert motel even though she's taken up with a new boyfriend. But that's not the only threat to their rekindled passion. A mysterious old man also harbours a secret so dark and forbidden it could destroy Eddie and May's love forever... The Long Goodbye:Not content with repeating the standard movie Marlowe director Robert Altman with screenpaly by Leigh Brackett neatly reinvents him in this daring version - an unromanticized snoop for hire in an unromanticized L.A. The case involves what police dismiss as a murder/suicide. Fifty bucks a day plus expenses buys a lot of intrigue. And there are folks who have something to hide. Of course Marlowe's never been in the business for the money. He's doing what he does best. And doing it like never before. M*A*S*H:One of the world's most acclaimed comedies M*A*S*H focuses on three Korean War Army surgeons brilliantly brought to life by Donald Sutherland Tom Skerritt and Elliott Gould. Though highly skilled and deeply dedicated they adopt a hilarious lunatic lifestyle as an antidote to the tragedies of their Mobile Army Surgical Hospital and in the process infuriate Army bureaucrats. Robert Duvall Gary Burghoff and Sally Kellerman co-star as a sanctimonious Major an other-worldly Corporal and a self-righteous yet lusty nurse... O.C And Stiggs:O.C. and Stiggs are two Arizona teenagers who are intent on making life miserable for their nerdy neighbours the Schwabs - Randall Elinore Randall Jr and Lenora. The pair idolize musician King Sunny Ade and when they find out he's playing a show in mexico they travel to see him with their dimwitted friend Barney. As the summer progresses O.C. and Stiggs continue to torment the Schwabs - at Lenora's wedding and the opening night of the local theatre group's play to which they invite King Sunny Ade and his African Beats to perform. Thieves Like Us:Classic romantic drama about three convicted killers Bowie Chicamaw and T-Dub who escape from prison in 1937 rural Mississippi. Bowie the youngest of the fugitives meets and falls for an ingenious farm girl Keechie. The gang quickly turns to the only thing they know bank robbery. The press closely follows the desperados notorious exploits which include a serious car accident another jail break and several killings.

  • Parents [Blu-ray] [2018]Parents | Blu Ray | (25/02/2019) from £10.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Meet the Laemles. Dad's got a great job, mom has all the modern conveniences a happy homemaker could ask for, and ten-year-old Michael has neat new friends and two parents who kill him with kindness. They're all the all-American family or are they? Michael can't figure out why his family serves leftovers every night. Leftovers? Well, what were they before they were leftovers? questions young Michael. Leftovers-to-be, smiles dad. Dad's bringing home the bacon .and a whole lot more! Michael's parents are getting away with murder making home where the horror is! Special Features: Audio Commentary with Director Bob Balaban and Producer Bonnie Palef Isolated Score Selections and Audio Interview with Composer Jonathan Elias Leftovers To Be with Screenwriter Christopher Hawthorne Mother's Day with Actress Mary Beth Hurt Inside Out An interview with Director of Photography Robin Vidgeon Vintage Tastes with Decorative Consultant Yolanda Cuomo Theatrical trailer Radio Spots Still Gallery

  • The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle [2001]The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle | DVD | (22/10/2001) from £11.48   |  Saving you £8.51 (42.60%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Classic TV cartoon characters Rocky and Bullwinkle come to the big screen to battle their old foes, who have come across to the real world!

  • Days Of Thunder [Blu-ray] [1990]Days Of Thunder | Blu Ray | (02/03/2009) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    This loud and fast 1988 effort by director Tony Scott (Beverly Hills Cop 2, Top Gun) is much more style than substance but it does effectively depict the edgy and dangerous world of stock car racing. Tom Cruise plays yet another cocky loner trying to find success and happiness, this time as stock car racer Cole Trickle, a driver with raw talent but no discipline who is desperate for guidance and sponsorship. They both materialize in the visage of world-weary Robert Duvall, who despite his better instincts sees a second chance at victory in the young driver. Featuring supporting roles by Nicole Kidman, as Cruise's physician and love interest, and Randy Quaid, as a bombastic sponsor, and with a screenplay by Robert Towne (Chinatown), Days of Thunder is a slickly packaged entertainment best suited for die-hard Tom Cruise fans and those who want an intense visual experience. --Robert Lane

  • Bound For Glory [1976]Bound For Glory | DVD | (15/09/2003) from £9.43   |  Saving you £3.56 (27.40%)   |  RRP £12.99

    By strumming his guitar with words of inspiration Woody Guthrie instilled hope in the hearts of downtrodden Americans everywhere during the 1930s Depression. The extraordinary life of this legendary balladeer and poet is captured in this elegantly crafted beautiful film directed by Hal Ashby that won two Oscars (Best Cinematography Best Original Song Score/Adaptation Score). It is 1936 and the Great Depression is forcing droves of people from the dust bowls of Texas to the allur

  • No Man's Land [1987]No Man's Land | DVD | (16/01/2006) from £9.43   |  Saving you £3.56 (37.75%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Once you get a taste of the good life it's hard to let go. Even if your life depends on it. Sleek cars hot women and life in the fast lane... what rookie cop wouldn't be tempted to go bad? Charlie Sheen (Platoon) D.B. Sweeney (8 Men Out) and Randy Quaid (The Big Easy) star in this pedal-to-the-metal full-throttle thriller! Benjy Taylor (Sweeney) is a wide-eyed 22-year-old with an eye for cars and a heart for police work. But when he goes undercover at a Porsche dealershi

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