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  • Devil Doll [1964]Devil Doll | DVD | (11/02/2008) from £17.53   |  Saving you £-4.54 (N/A%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Grab a good seat and don't look away from the stage for The Great Vorelli (Bryant Haliday) is about to dazzle London with his eerie mixture of hypnotism and ventriloquism. However there may be something a little too lifelike about his dummy Hugo who has the ability to walk across the stage all by himself. Experience the haunting imagery and unforgettable twist ending of Devil Doll the cult horror classic from producer Richard Gordon which has chilled audiences for decades. Hailed as tense and terrifying this gem of psychological suspense and supernatural thrills can now be enjoyed in a dazzling new transfer--so little Hugo can reach out and shock you like never before!

  • Permissive [BFI Flipside 009] [DVD] [1970]Permissive | DVD | (25/01/2010) from £24.28   |  Saving you £-6.29 (N/A%)   |  RRP £17.99

    When Suzy arrives in London to visit an old school friend she is unwittingly plunged into the ruthless world of the 'groupie'. Fuelled by sex drugs and jealousy her new lifestyle fosters in her a cold cynical instinct for survival. But tragedy is never far away. With its effective blend of gritty location work brooding flash-forward devices and a soundtrack by cult acid folk and prog rock legends Comus Forever More - who also star - and Titus Groan Permissive is a dark British counter-cultural artefact that's shot through with grim authenticity. As a bonus this release also includes Stanley Long's ultra-rare Bread a film which whilst exploring the same cultural milieu as Permissive (and featuring its own bona fide cult British rock band Juicy Lucy) takes a somewhat more lighthearted approach to its subject.

  • Permissive [BFI Flipside 009] [Blu-ray] [1970]Permissive | Blu Ray | (25/01/2010) from £31.03   |  Saving you £-7.04 (N/A%)   |  RRP £23.99

    When Suzy arrives in London to visit an old school friend she is unwittingly plunged into the ruthless world of the 'groupie'. Fuelled by sex drugs and jealousy her new lifestyle fosters in her a cold cynical instinct for survival. But tragedy is never far away. With its effective blend of gritty location work brooding flash-forward devices and a soundtrack by cult acid folk and prog rock legends Comus Forever More - who also star - and Titus Groan Permissive is a dark British counter-cultural artefact that's shot through with grim authenticity. As a bonus this release also includes Stanley Long's ultra-rare Bread a film which whilst exploring the same cultural milieu as Permissive (and featuring its own bona fide cult British rock band Juicy Lucy) takes a somewhat more lighthearted approach to its subject.

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