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  • The Antichrist [1974] The Antichrist | DVD | (16/03/2009) from £9.79  |  Saving you £6.20 (38.80%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Directed by Italy's master of exploitation cinema Alberto De Martino (The Spy With Ten Faces Blazing Magnums Django Shoots First One Hundred Thousand Dollars For Ringo OK Connery)and spawned from the sick twisted fertile imagination of screenwriter Gianfranco Clerici (Nazi Love Camp 27 Cannibal Holocaust Slashdance Devil Fish) The Antichrist is a spewing screaming sexed up purposely offensive and incredibly blasphemous seminal and rarely seen Euro-horror. A classic story of demonic possession The Antichrist tells the story of timid Ippolita Oderes. Wheelchair bound from an early age Ippolita craves intimate physical contact but her lustful needs lead to her being possessed by Satan himself turning Ippolita into a vicious sadistic seducer and killer. Along with unholy scenes of satanic orgies and shocking violence The Antichrist also features breathtaking cinematography and a superb unforgettable film score by Ennio Morricone. The Antichrist is a must for lovers of off centre seventies movies and bizarre mind bending horror.

  • Kill Me Baby: Collection [DVD] Kill Me Baby: Collection | DVD | (28/03/2016) from £18.97  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Kill Me Baby Collection Yasuna Oribe isn't your typical Japanese high school girl. For one thing, she's a little slow on the uptake, and for another, her best friend, Sonya, is actually a highly trained foreign assassin who's in Yasuna's class as part of her assignment. And perhaps Yasuna's definition of best friend is a bit strange, as Sonya has the habit of regularly attacking Yasuna, especially when startled. However, as noted, Yasuna isn't exactly the sharpest tool in the shed, and while Sonya knows precisely what to do with every one of those sharp objects, even she is hard pressed to deal with the day to day oddities that seem to fill their class schedule. Things like: escaped bears, voodoo curses, juggling and killer mosquitoes. And puppet shows. And, just in case Yasuna's life wasn't weird/hazardous enough, there's her ninja classmate, Agiri, swarms of bees and assassins targeting just about everybody, a mysterious red haired girl with a personal vendetta and the perils of slipping in the public bath. They say a little education can be a dangerous thing, but with a school life like this, Yasuna will be lucky to keep breathing past third period in KILL ME BABY!

  • Truth Or Dare [DVD] Truth Or Dare | DVD | (27/08/2012) from £4.99  |  Saving you £9.01 (50.10%)  |  RRP £17.99

    TRUTH: A group of university friends celebrate the end of term with the party to end all parties. Drink, drugs and sex flow in equal measure as everyone lets loose. As the party winds down, the focus shifts to a seemingly innocuous game of Truth or Dare. The party's socially awkward geek - Felix - has a crush on one of the most popular girls there, and this truth is brutally exposed to everyone, and he leaves the party humiliated.DARE: A year later the five friends are reunited when they are invited to Felix's birthday party at a grand stately home. They soon realise that they are the only people attending, and that this is going to be a very different party from their last one. In a bid for vengeance all are forced to play a sickening and gruesome game of Truth or Dare, where a Dare may well equal death. Sex, lies and murder are all unravelled as the game hurls the group toward the final, fatal twist.

  • Ash Vs Evil Dead: The Complete Second Season [DVD] Ash Vs Evil Dead: The Complete Second Season | DVD | (23/10/2017) from £10.08  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The second season roars back into action with Ash leaving his beloved Jacksonville and returning to his home town of Elk Grove, Michigan. There, he confronts Ruby. The former enemies have to form an uneasy alliance as Elk Grove soon becomes the nucleus of evil.

  • Ocean Odyssey [2006] Ocean Odyssey | DVD | (07/08/2006) from £4.89  |  Saving you £3.03 (18.90%)  |  RRP £15.99

    From the Walking With... team comes this fantastic new programme looking at what lurks deep in the world's oceans. Representing the majority of our planet's surface extreme pressure and perpetual darkness mean that Earth's final frontier has only been seen through torchlight - until now. Seen through the eyes of a Sperm Whale from infancy to death the marinescape comes vividly to life: the impossibly deep canyons the underwater volcanoes and the spectacular mountain ranges.

  • Near Dark [1988] Near Dark | DVD | (25/08/2003) from £13.69  |  Saving you £2.01 (8.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    The word "vampire" is never mentioned in Near Dark, but that doesn't stop this 1987 cult favourite from being one of the best modern-era vampire films. It put then-unknown director Kathryn Bigelow on Hollywood's radar and gave choice roles to Aliens costars favoured by Bigelow's ex-husband James Cameron--Lance Henriksen is the leader of a makeshift family of renegade bloodsuckers, nocturnally seeking victims in rural Oklahoma; his immortal gal pal is Aliens and T2 alumnus Jenette Goldstein; and Bill Paxton is the group's deadliest leather-clad ass kicker. Fellow traveller Jenny Wright lures Okie farm boy Adrian Pasdar into the group with a love bite and he's soon turning toward vampirism with a combination of frightened revulsion and relentless desire. With Joshua Miller as the youngest vampire, Near Dark is Bigelow's masterpiece of low-budget ingenuity--a truck-stop thriller that begins well, gets better and better (aided by a fine Tangerine Dream score) and goes out in a blaze of glory. --Jeff Shannon

  • H.G. Wells' Island of Lost Souls (1932) (Masters of Cinema) [DVD] H.G. Wells' Island of Lost Souls (1932) (Masters of Cinema) | DVD | (28/05/2012) from £10.29  |  Saving you £9.70 (48.50%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Originally rejected by the BBFC on its original release for being against nature this first and best screen adaptation of H. G. Wells' The Island of Dr. Moreau is a taboo-flaunting blood-curdling spectacular and one of Hollywood's wildest most notorious pre-Code pictures. Shipwrecked and adrift Edward Parker finds himself a guest on Dr. Moreau's isolated South Seas island but quickly discovers the horrifying nature of the doctor's work and the origin of the strange forms inhabiting the isle: a colony of wild animals reworked into humanoid form via sadistic surgical experiments. Furthermore Parker quickly begins to fear his own part in the doctor's plans to take the unholy enterprise to a next level. Featuring a peerlessly erudite and sinister performance by Charles Laughton (Spartacus Hobson's Choice The Hunchback of Notre Dame Mutiny on the Bounty) as the diabolical doctor a sterling appearance by Bela Lugosi (Dracula The Raven Ninotchka) as the half-beast-half-man Sayer of the Law and sensationally atmospheric cinematography by the great Karl Struss (Murnau's Sunrise Mamoulian's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde) Island of Lost Souls now returns to claim a central position among the most imaginative and nightmarish fantasies from Hollywood's golden age of horror. Island of Lost Souls is a true classic of horror cinema from the early 1930s - alongside Dracula Frankenstein Freaks The Invisible Man Vampyr and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.

  • Dracula Dracula | DVD | (08/01/2007) from £5.49  |  Saving you £2.45 (18.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A visceral sexy and bold re-telling of Bram Stoker's classic chiller which will blow the cobwebs off traditional period drama. Featuring amazing CGI combined with dramatic locations the 90 minute film contrasts the dramatic locations and beauty of Victorian England with Count Dracula's world of sex corruption and horror.

  • Wildlife Special [1997] Wildlife Special | DVD | (23/08/2004) from £11.99  |  Saving you £13.00 (52.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Wildlife Specials Box Set

  • The Lost Land Box Set [DVD] The Lost Land Box Set | DVD | (29/08/2011) from £15.14  |  Saving you £9.85 (39.40%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Watch an intrepid team of modern day explorers zoologists naturalists and botanists as they travel to the far corners of the globe in search of new species and help local conservation teams. Discover the lost land of the Jaguar. In a bid to discover new species and help Guyana protect its environment the expedition team ventures into some of the remote jungle on earth tracking down the giants of the area; the Anaconda the Jaguar the giant Anteaters the Turtles and the enormous Harpy Eagle. Explore the lost land of the volcano. New Guinea is one the most species-rich areas on Earth but its landscape so inaccessible that much of the wildlife is barely known. Watch the team ast hey delve into the depths exploring the remote rainforests rugged mountains and raging underground rivers that make up this mysterious land. Join the lost land of the Tiger. The first ever expedition to venture high into the Himalayas in search of big cats. Closed to outsiders for years Bhutan is a forgotten world. No one knows how many Tigers prowl the jungles and mountains here but they are going to find out.

  • Puppetmaster 3 [DVD] Puppetmaster 3 | DVD | (22/10/2012) from £19.42  |  Saving you £-6.43 (-49.50%)  |  RRP £12.99

    After hearing that Andre Toulon's puppets have no strings but rather seem to have a life of their own, Dr. Hess, a Gestapo henchman during WWII, sends the Gestapo to the theatre to kidnap them. During the melee, Toulon's wife Elsa is killed and Toulon is whisked away by the Nazis. However, on the way to headquarters the puppets attack the Gestapo and escape with Toulon. Now Toulon begins to plan his revenge. He creates a new puppet, SIX-SHOOTER, models BLADE after a pasty-faced Nazi, and uses Elsa's essence to create LEECH WOMAN. Now Toulon's army is ready to get even and take revenge.......

  • Sleepless [2001] Sleepless | DVD | (11/12/2006) from £21.02  |  Saving you £-8.03 (-61.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Dario Argento's 2001 feature Sleepless didn't receive a cinematic release in the UK, and it's not hard to see why. The movie often feels like Argento on auto-pilot, rehashing images and ideas and camera angles from his more inspired films like Suspiria or Tenebrae. The dialogue is leaden, the plot is a plodding whodunnit (and most of the time it's hard to care who) and the acting, with the exception of the veteran Max von Sydow, is mostly atrocious and crudely dubbed. But then again, no one ever came to an Argento movie for the plot or the dialogue, and least of all for the acting. The key to his mastery has always been the atmosphere of a nightmare that he conjures up, with all its jagged imagery and complete absence of narrative logic. The less sense it makes, the scarier it gets. Sleepless never attains anywhere near a level of nightmarish intensity, but it has its moments--especially the least rational ones. Although the plot involves no elements of the supernatural, and everything is finally (if cumbersomely) explained, it's episodes like the first killing (where the murderer traps his victim on a speeding train he couldn't possibly have boarded) that strike most effectively home. The action involves a retired police inspector (von Sydow) lured back to investigate a series of killings in Turin that replicate murders he was assigned to 17 years earlier. As always with Argento, knives figure prominently, as do prowling steadicam tracking shots, old dark houses and females butchered in any number of gory and far-fetched ways. The film looks unfailingly good, courtesy of its rich dark palate of colours, Ronnie Taylor's sinuous camera, and Argento's favourite group Goblin contribute an edgy, insidious score. On the DVD: Sleepless on DVD comes with a clear, sharp transfer that's a pleasure to watch, with no loss of detail even in the many underlit scenes. Picture is matched for clarity by the terrific 5.1 Dolby Digital sound. This, unlike the truncated US and German DVD releases, is the full 117-minute original, shown in 1.85:1 widescreen. The two-disc set includes a generous helping of extras: stills gallery, the theatrical trailer (in Italian only, though), a 15-minute "making of" featurette, plus an informative one-hour documentary, Dario Argento--An Eye for Horror, narrated by Mark Kermode and previously shown on Channel Four at Christmas 2001.--Philip Kemp

  • Vampyros Lesbos [DVD] Vampyros Lesbos | DVD | (17/04/2019) from £9.15  |  Saving you £2.31 (17.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Beyond being Jess Franco's masterpiece, Vampyros Lesbos is a highpoint of the lesbian vampire film genre. Like Daughters of Darkness, The Vampire Lovers, and the New Wave vampire film, The Hunger, Vampyros features an extremely hot vampire, Countess Nadina Carody (Soledad Miranda), who dances at strip clubs in her spare time. In a brutally sexy opening scene, Miranda hypnotically seduces audience member Linda Westinghouse (Ewa Strömberg), calling her to her castle in Anatolia, on business from which Westinghouse never returns. Linda's boyfriend, Omar (Andrés Monales), eventually finds Linda institutionalized, cared for by one Dr. Seward. The characters in Vampyros Lesbos are foils for the cast of Bram Stoker's Dracula, in radical opposition to the traditional, clichéd horror film stereotypes. Psychedelic moments, like when Linda is seduced by the Queen of the Night, recall the grainy, erotic scenes of Jean Rollin's Requiem Pour Un Vampire, and Le Frisson Des Vampires. To dwell on the convoluted plot is clearly missing the point. With arguably the best horror movie soundtrack every released, Vampyros Lesbos revels in the sultry aspects of vampirism, resulting in long, romantic sequences of nude women playing in ocean waves, lying on chaise lounges, and making out in bed. Franco's other films, like She Killed in Ecstasy and Venus in Furs, serve as sequels, so see this first. In fact, see this film period. --Trinie Dalton

  • Martin [1977] Martin | DVD | (27/03/2006) from £19.44  |  Saving you £-3.45 (-21.60%)  |  RRP £15.99

    He could be the boy next door... George A. Romero's unsung masterpiece gets the special edition treatment. Martin is a modern sort of vampire. He gains his victims cooperation with the use of a hypodermic needle instead of hypnotism and uses razors in the place of fangs. Martin claims to be 84 years old and certainly drinks human blood. The boy arrives in Pittsburgh to stay with his uncle who promises to save Martin's soul and destroy him once he is finished but Martin's lon

  • Trinity Blood Complete Collection [DVD] Trinity Blood Complete Collection | DVD | (01/11/2010) from £20.99  |  Saving you £19.00 (47.50%)  |  RRP £39.99

    Trinity Blood: Complete Collection (6 Discs)

  • Eagle Island - A Year On The Isle Of Mull Eagle Island - A Year On The Isle Of Mull | DVD | (01/05/2006) from £9.50  |  Saving you £1.42 (10.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Eagle Island: A Year On The Isle Of Mull is a beautiful wildlife film made for BBC's Natural World featuring spectacular shots of eagles in the nest an abundance of marine life and draw dropping shots of the dramatic Scottish landscape. Expert cameraman and presenter Gordon Buchanan returns to his homeland to rediscover its stunning wildelife and magnificent scenary. The Ilse of Mull has the highest density of eagles in the UK otters in every bay and even whales sh

  • The Best of 80's Scream Queens (2 DISCS) [DVD] The Best of 80's Scream Queens (2 DISCS) | DVD | (26/11/2018) from £12.98  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    When people think of VHS-era SCREAM QUEENS three names come to mind: Linnea Quigley, Michelle Bauer and Brinke Stevens - the threesome of fear that sliced and seduced a generation of gorehounds and whose greatest hits can finally be seen in HD from the schlock-lovers at 88 Films! In this charming and chilling collection, addicts of excessive violence, gratuitous nudity and breathtaking bloodshed can rock out to the likes of DEADLY EMBRACE (1989) which highlights AIRWOLF's main man Jan Michael Vincent as a hunky Beverly Hills husband with babes to spare. However, before long he is being stalked by a heartbroken high heeled pin-up and the result is both creepy and creatively nasty! Also included in this behemoth of a boxed set is NIGHTMARE SISTERS (1988), in which our frisky Scrsam Queen threesome are in fine form once again. This time around, they mutate into monstrous but marvellously sexy male-hunting mutants in this low budget wonder that features ample flayed flesh and an equal enthusiasm towards sublime set-pieces of splatter movie madness! Finally comes MURDER WEAPON (1989) - a hard to forget frightener that also offers a number of laugh-out-loud moments of pre-SCREAM comedy-laceration, not to mention some truly demented scenes of slice 'em up insanity that may well leave a few viewers with their jaws on the floor. In the style of NAIL Gun MASSACRE (1985) this scantly-funded and darkly comic marathon of macabre ideas is finally restored for its 88 Films debut! Directed by the legendary Z-movie expert David DeCoteau and with each nostalgic pot-boiler packed with an enthusiastic fondness for breast-baring babes and skull-bashing set pieces - 88 Films is proud to introduce our finest compendium of carnage yet, a Scream Queen celebration that is dying to be experienced!! SPECIAL FEATURES: Optional English Subtitles Artwork by Graham Humphreys

  • Hellraiser [1987] Hellraiser | DVD | (23/10/2006) from £4.28  |  Saving you £-0.18 (-3.00%)  |  RRP £5.99

    When Frank Cotton solves the mystery of a Chinese puzzle box he enters the world of the Cenobites. A world where these cruel sadists thrive on pain. Later restored to life by the blood of his brother Larry Frank rises to feed on the life force of others. When Larry's wife agrees to provide the sacrifices he needs the spills chills and thrills are just beginning. Written and directed by the brilliant Clive Barker Hellraiser is a film that cannot be ignored.

  • The Vengeance Trilogy The Vengeance Trilogy | DVD | (23/10/2006) from £9.00  |  Saving you £40.01 (80.00%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Sympathy For Mr Vengeance (2002): A deaf mute worker saves all his money for his sister who requires a kidney transplant. He has the wrong blood type to be able to donate one of his kidneys so he arranges a trade with a group of organ dealers: one of his kidneys and 10 million won in return for their finding a kidney for his sister. They renege but a legitimate kidney becomes available for transplant. Unfortunately he no longer has the 10 million won required for the hospital to perform the operation. He and his girlfriend a terrorist seeking to change how the poor are treated in Korea kidnap his former boss's daughter. But events spiral quickly out of control... Oldboy (2003): Taken without reason. Imprisoned for 15 years. Released without reason. 5 days to seek the truth... One day in 1988 ordinary white collar worker Oh Dae-soo (Choi Min-sik) is kidnapped and incarcerated in a private makeshift prison cell dressed up like a cheap hotel room. With only a TV for company Dae-soo makes numerous attempts to escape and to commit suicide but they all end up in failure. All the while Dae-soo asks himself what made a man hate him so much enough to imprison him in solitary confinement with no explanation. While suffering from his near-madness Dae-soo becomes shocked when he watches the news and hears that his beloved wife was brutally murdered. At this very moment Dae-soo swears to take revenge on the man who destroyed his happy life. 15 years on and without a word of warning Dae-soo is released. Given a new set of clothes a mobile phone and the attentions of curious sushi waitress Mido Dae-soo begins to track down his enemy only to find he may be the pawn in a much bigger game which is only just beginning. Taunting Dae-soo the culprit gives him just 5 days to catch and kill his captor or Mido will die... Based on Japanese manga of the same name by Minegishi Nobuaki and Tsuchiya Garon winner of the Jury Grand Prize at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival and winner of 5 Grand Bell awards in Korea (including Best Film for Park Chan-wook and Best Actor for Choi Min-sik) Old Boy is a masterfully inventive revenge thriller complete with blackly comedic moments. Lady Vengeance (2005): The cinematic flair and narrative surprises that marked Park Chan-Wook's Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Oldboy continue in this third and concluding part of the director's thematically-linked trilogy of revenge. Intense and inventive the film follows the progress of beautiful impassive Lee Geum-ja (Lee Young-Ae) after she's released from prison having served 13 years for the kidnap and murder of a young boy. Once on the outside she hooks up with some former cellmates a preacher who thinks she's an angel the detective who originally arrested her and the daughter she gave up for adoption gathering around her all the people needed to carry out an elaborate plan of revenge. Her target is kindergarten teacher Mr. Baek (Oldboy star Choi Min-Sik) while her weapon(s)-of-choice are unexpected and highly personal. This is striking and ghoulishly entertaining stuff a highwire act poised between horror tragedy comedy and exploitation. With the aid of Oldboy Director of Photography Jeong Joeng-Hun who employs some neat tricks and brings a vibrant beauty to the dark proceedings Park ensures there's never a dull moment.

  • Candyman 2 - Farewell To The Flesh [1995] Candyman 2 - Farewell To The Flesh | DVD | (21/10/2002) from £9.79  |  Saving you £1.69 (13.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A stylish sequel though inferior to its classic predecessor, Bill Condon's Candyman 2: Farewell to the Flesh deepens our knowledge of what made the murdered Daniel Robitaille turn into the monster that haunts dreams and mirrors. But some of it is still pretty routine: schoolteacher Annie takes a long time to connect her family's plantation-owning past and her own artistic talent with the legend, and is far too ready to say the Candyman's name five times in a mirror to debunk her pupils' fears. The setting--New Orleans in Carnival time with a disc jockey whimsically reminding us that Carnival is the last farewell to pleasure before the rigours of Lent--and the atmospheric score by Philip Glass give the film some of its class. Tony Todd, who returns as the Candyman, gives the monstrous spectre with a hook for a hand a quiet dignity and sadness which impresses. His life was torn agonisingly from him and he is mad for vengeance, yet he has an artistic temperament and loved Annie's kinswoman Caroline. Condon captures an attractive elegiac tone in much of this, as well as moments of brutal horror. On the DVD: Candyman 2 is presented in widescreen 1.78:1; there is an attractive crispness to the picture which does real justice to the film's impressive sense of place. The music score comes across well in Dolby Digital stereo. There is a theatrical trailer, but no other features. --Roz Kaveney

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