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  • The Exorcist - The Complete Anthology [1973] The Exorcist - The Complete Anthology | DVD | (17/10/2005) from £24.28  |  Saving you £9.71 (28.60%)  |  RRP £33.99

    The Exorcist saga is brought together on this awesome 5 disc boxed set. The Exorcist: The belief in evil - and that evil can be cast out. From these two strands of faith author William Peter Blatty and director William Friedkin wove The Exorcist the frightening and realistic story of an innocent girl inhabited by a malevolent entity. The Exorcist II - The Heretic: Pasuzu the incarnation of evil cast out of little Regan by Father Merrin returns to torment her once again... The Exorcist III: A serial killer haunts the streets of Georgetown: how do these events have anything to do with the exorcism of 15 years ago? The Exorcist IV - The Beginning: Father Lankester Merrin thinks that he has glimpsed the face of Evil. In the years following World War II Merrin (Skarsgard) is relentlessly haunted by memories of the unspeakable brutality perpetrated against the innocent people of his parish. In the wake of all he has seen both his faith in his fellow man and the Almighty have deserted him. He can no longer honestly call himself a man of God. Merrin has traveled far from his native Holland in a desperate attempt to escape the horrors that he witnessed there. While drifting through Cairo he is approached by a collector of rare antiquities to join a British archeological excavation in the remote Turkana region of Kenya. They have unearthed a Christian Byzantine church in inexplicably pristine condition as if it had been buried on the day it was completed. The collector wants Merrin an Oxford-educated archeologist to find an ancient relic hidden within the church before the British discover it. But beneath the church something much older sleeps waiting to be awoken. Madness descends upon the local villagers and the contingent of British soldiers sent to guard the excavation. Merrin watches helplessly as the atrocities of war are repeated against another innocent village atrocities he had prayed never to see again. The blood of innocents flows freely on the East African plain and the horror has only just begun. In the place where Evil was born Merrin will finally see its true face. Dominion - Prequel To The Exorcist: The Exorcist film you were never meant to see... Director Paul Schrader's original prequel to The Exorcist was initially set aside for not being gory enough for today's MTV generation in favour of Renny Harlin's Exorcist:: The Beginning which beat it to theatres. Schrader's prequel is a more atmospheric and cerebral affair that is closer in tone to the original highly successful film often hailed as the scariest ever!

  • Fermat's Room Fermat's Room | DVD | (07/09/2009) from £12.06  |  Saving you £2.93 (19.50%)  |  RRP £14.99

    Four mathematicians who have never met before are invited by a mysterious host to spend a weekend in an abandoned house to try and solve a great numerical enigma. However they soon realise that each time they fail to solve a puzzle the room they are in starts to shrink. Unless they quickly find out why someone is trying to murder them all they will soon be crushed to death.

  • Ed Gein [2000] Ed Gein | DVD | (14/02/2005) from £8.45  |  Saving you £-2.99 (-49.90%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Ed Gein tells the real story that inspired cinema classics such as 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre' 'Psycho' and 'The Silence of the Lambs'. Ed Gein (Steve Railsback) is a simple man who wants to lead a simple life on his family's farm. But the farm is remote the family is gone the crops perished long ago and the ghosts of Ed's past are coming back to haunt him. Ed always did have peculiar interests: reincarnation head-shrinking cannabilism and female anatomy but after his mother's death his obsessions escalate and freshly buried female bodies are starting to disappear. With the help of 'Gray's Anatomy' the skin of the corpses is fashioned into lamps and furniture and even a full bodysuit.

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