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  • Pioneers of African-American Cinema
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    Pioneers of African-American Cinema

    Collection of films from pioneers of African-American cinema such as Oscar Micheaux, Spencer Williams and Zora Neale Hurston. The collection includes: 'Two Knights of Vaudeville' (1915), 'A Reckless Rover' (1918), 'Within Our Gates' (1920), 'The Symbol of the Unconquered - A Story of the KKK' (1920), 'By Right of Birth' (1921), 'Body and Soul' (1925), 'Screen Snapshots' (1920), 'Regeneration' (1923), 'The Flying Ace' (1926), 'Ten Nights in a Barroom' (1926), 'Rev. S.S. Jones Home Movies' (2016), 'The Scar of Shame ' (1927), 'Eleven P.M.' (1928), 'Hellbound Train' (1930), 'The Darktown Revue' (1931), 'The Exile' (1931), 'The Girl from Chicago' (1932), 'Ten Minutes to Live' (1932), 'Veiled Aristocrats' (1932), 'Birthright' (1939), 'The Bronze Buckaroo' (1939), 'Zora Neale Hurston Fieldwork Footage' (1928), 'Commandent Keeper Church, Beaufort South Carolina, May 1940' (1940), 'The Blood of Jesus' (1941), 'Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A.' (1946) and 'Moses Sisters Interview Pearl Bowser' (1978).
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    Pioneers of African-American Cinema
  • Black Sails: The Complete Collection
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    Black Sails: The Complete Collection

    All 38 episodes from the first four seasons of the adventure drama starring Zach McGowan and Toby Stephens. Written as a prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Treasure Island', the story follows Captain Flint (Stephens) and his crew as they battle with enemies to keep control of New Providence Island.
    £38.12
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    Black Sails: The Complete Collection
  • The Van Damme Collection
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    The Van Damme Collection

    Feature  >  Action
    Triple bill of cult action features starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. In 'Black Eagle' (1988), a top secret US tracking device goes missing when the F-111 fighter jet transporting it is shot out of the sky. The KGB, led by the infamous Andrei (Van Damme), have the upper hand in their race with the CIA to retrieve it, until the Americans level the playing field by enlisting the help of martial arts expert Ken Tani (Shô Kosugi), code-named the Black Eagle. In 'Lionheart' (1990), Van Damme stars as tough French legionnaire Lyon Gaultier, who goes absent without leave when his brother is fatally wounded during a botched drug deal. He travels to New York where he is soon making money for his brother's widow (Lisa Pelikan) and child (Ashley Johnson) as a bare-knuckle boxer. But the Foreign Legion is on his trail and his new boss Cynthia (Deborah Rennard) is soon taking bets on his forthcoming death. In 'Death Warrant' (1990), renegade cop Louis Burke (Van Damme) poses as a prison inmate in order to investigate a series of suspicious murders in the maximum-security Harrison Penitentiary in California. Burke must use his full arsenal of martial arts skills when he uncovers the truth about the killings and is forced to attempt a daring escape after his true identity is revealed to his fellow prisoners.
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    The Van Damme Collection
  • The Dr. Goldfoot Collection
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    The Dr. Goldfoot Collection

    Feature  >  Cult
    Triple bill of cult features starring Vincent Price. In 'Master of the World' (1961), based on Jules Verne's 'Robur the Conqueror' and its sequel 'Master of the World', scientist Prudent (Henry Hull) and his team, who are investigating a volcanic crater in a hot air balloon, are taken captive by airship captain Robur (Price). Robur is on a mission to instill world peace but is using violent methods to do so. Can the hostages put a stop to the captain's plan and escape with their lives? 'Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machines' (1965) follows the power-hungry mad scientist Dr. Goldfoot (Price) who creates a machine capable of producing an army of bikini-wearing robots. With the help of his assistant Igor (Jack Mullaney), the doctor commands his robotic subjects to seduce and rob wealthy male targets. When he learns one of the robots has been dispatched to rob a multimillionaire, government agent Craig Gamble (Frankie Avalon) is sent in to stop it. In 'Dr. Goldfoot and the Girl Bombs' (1966) the mad scientist plans to use his army of female robots to blow up high-ranking NATO generals, with the aim of starting a war between Russia and America. Secret agent Bill Dexter (Fabian) is assigned to try and stop him, but will he be able to concentrate on the job long enough to succeed?
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    The Dr. Goldfoot Collection
  • The Ninja Trilogy
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    The Ninja Trilogy

    Feature  >  Action
    Trilogy of American martial arts features produced by Cannon Films. In 'Enter the Ninja' (1981) Franco Nero stars as a westerner who is initiated into the ways and life of a ninja. After completing his ninjutsu training in Japan, a wealthy farmer engages Cole (Nero)'s services to defend him from the evil intentions of oil baron Charles Venarius (Christopher George) and his band of thugs. When Cole steps in to help his friend, Venarius hires an assassin to take out the interfering American. 'Revenge of the Ninja' (1983) follows Cho Osaki (Shô Kosugi) as he travels to America to make a new life for himself after his family is killed by ninjas in his homeland of Japan. His first job, however, involves working unwittingly as a front for drug smugglers, a situation which takes him on a collision course of deadly proportions. In 'Ninja III - The Domination' (1984) a ninja living in California is killed by the police. After an aerobics teacher tries to come to his aid, the ninja's spirit enters her body and, using her as a vessel, he sets out to get his revenge.
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    The Ninja Trilogy
  • Justified: The Complete Series
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    Justified: The Complete Series

    All six seasons of the American crime drama starring Timothy Olyphant. When US Marshal Raylan Givens (Olyphant) is consigned to a post in his childhood home of rural Kentucky after leaving Miami under a cloud of controversy, he finds himself assigned to investigate a string of crimes that bear more than a passing connection to his troubled past. Season 1 episodes are: 'Fire in the Hole', 'Riverbrook', 'Fixer', 'Long in the Tooth', 'The Lord of War and Thunder', 'The Collection', 'Blind Spot', 'Blowback', 'Hatless', 'The Hammer', 'Veterans', 'Fathers and Sons' and 'Bulletville'. Season 2 episodes are: 'The Moonshine War', 'The Life Inside', 'The I of the Storm', 'For Blood Or Money', 'Cottonmouth', 'Blaze of Glory', 'Save My Love', 'The Spoil', 'Brother's Keeper', 'Debts and Accounts', 'Full Commitment', 'Reckoning' and 'Bloody Harlan'. Season 3 episodes are: 'The Gunfighter', 'Cut Ties', 'Harlan Roulette', 'The Devil You Know', 'Thick As Mud', 'When the Guns Come Out', 'The Man Behind the Curtain', 'Watching the Detectives', 'Loose Ends', 'Guy Walks Into a Bar', 'Measures', 'Coalition' and 'Slaughterhouse'. Season 4 episodes are: 'Hole in the Wall', 'Where's Waldo?', 'Truth and Consequences', 'This Bird Has Flown', 'Kin', 'Foot Chase', 'Money Trap', 'Outlaw', 'The Hatchet Tour', 'Get Drew', 'Decoy', 'Peace of Mind' and 'Ghosts'. Season 5 episodes are: 'A Murder of Crowes', 'The Kids Aren't All Right', 'Good Intentions', 'Over the Mountain', 'Shot All to Hell', 'Kill the Messenger', 'Raw Deal', 'Whistle Past the Graveyard', 'Wrong Roads', 'Weight', 'The Toll', 'Starvation' and 'Restitution'. Season 6 episodes are: 'Fate's Right Hand', 'Cash Game', 'Noblesse Oblige', 'The Trash and the Snake', 'Sounding', 'Alive Day', 'The Hunt', 'Dark as a Dungeon', 'Burned', 'Trust', 'Fugitive Number One', 'Collateral' and 'The Promise'.
    £46.20
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    Justified: The Complete Series
  • The Ultimate Zombies Collection
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    The Ultimate Zombies Collection

    Feature  >  Horror
    Triple bill of zombie horrors. In 'Zombie Horde' (2011), John Knox (Johnny Gel) is struggling to stay alive, along with the rest of humanity after a zombie apocalypse. He encounters some fellow survivors and joins their group, led by Moses (Fred Williamson). As he gets to know his new friends, he forms a special connection with one of the group, Sarah (Alicia Clark), but when she is kidnapped following a raid by murderous lunatics he and the remaining members of the camp go on a mission to save her. In 'Night of the Living Dead - Re-animation' (2012), when the family mortuary is left to crazed mortician Gerald Tovar Jr. (Andrew Divoff) he unintentionally creates zombies by exposing corpses to toxic waste. Gerald attempts to control the outbreak of the walking dead as his brother, Harold (Jeffrey Combs), turns up hoping to claim some inheritance only to discover a disturbing secret... 'Fallen Soldiers' (2015), takes place as the Napoleonic Wars rage across Europe and follows wounded British soldier John Cross (Matthew Neal) as he is forced to go back behind enemy lines to investigate a mysterious illness rumoured to be plaguing his fellow fighters. After being captured by French soldiers, John discovers a plot to resurrect fallen soldiers and meets a prisoner willing to reveal the truth about its origins...
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    The Ultimate Zombies Collection
  • Blood Blockade Battlefront
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    Blood Blockade Battlefront

    All 12 episodes of the Japanese anime based on the manga by Yasuhiro Nightow. After obtaining the 'All Seeing Eyes of the Gods', young photographer Leonardo Watch (voice of Daisuke Sakaguchi) moves to the city of Hellsalem's Lot where he joins a crime-fighting organisation called Libra. There, he takes up the fight against hordes of monsters that have broken through a portal from their world and are now causing havoc in the city formerly known as New York. The episodes are: 'Secret Society of the Magic-Sealed City', 'After the Phantom Ghost Wagon', 'A Game Between Two Worlds', 'Blood Line Fever', 'The Tremorous Blood Hammer', 'Don't Forget to Don't Forget Me', 'A No-Holds Barred Eden', 'Z's Longest Day: Part 1', 'Z's Longest Day: Part 2', 'Run Lunch Run, to the End', 'Paint it Black' and 'Hello, World'.
    £38.12
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    Blood Blockade Battlefront
  • Infernal Affairs/Infernal Affairs 2/Infernal Affairs 3
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    Infernal Affairs/Infernal Affairs 2/Infernal Affairs 3

    Feature  >  Action
    All three films in the Hong Kong gangster epic trilogy. In 'Infernal Affairs' (2002), the cops and the Triads have something in common: each has a mole in their midst. Ming (Andrew Lau) and Yan (Tony Leung) have been leading parallel lives: Ming is a Triad mole who has infiltrated the police department, and Yan is an undercover cop who has, over the years, risen to a position of authority in the Triad gang. Both are dissatisfied with their position, wishing they could put their false lives behind them. Then one night the two men's paths finally cross during a police raid. Both the police and the Triads realise they have informers amongst them, and the race begins for Ming and Yan to get out alive. 'Infernal Affairs 2' (2003) is a prequel, set ten years before the events of the original film. Chen Ying Yan (Shawn Yue) has just become an undercover cop in the triads, while Lau Kin Ming (Edison Chen) is a new recruit to the police force. Bitter enemies in the first film, Inspector Wong (Anthony Wong Chau-Sang) and Sam (Eric Tsang) are behaving like old friends, while Yan is embroiled in the family saga of a triad cartel, and Ming has developed an oedipal fixation on his boss's wife. As friendships fracture and foes join forces, nothing is as it first appears to be. Finally, in 'Infernal Affairs 3' (2003), Ming's (Lau) career is on the slide following the bloody events of the first film, and he has been tranferred to office work while he undergoes an investigation by internal affairs. Suspicious of new rising star Yeung (Leon Lai) Ming begins to investigate his background, convinced that he could be a double-agent working for the notorious Triad gangs. But as Ming investigates, is it possible that he is being led into a trap by the charismatic young officer?
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    Infernal Affairs/Infernal Affairs 2/Infernal Affairs 3
  • The Great Western Collection: One
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    The Great Western Collection: One

    Collection of six Westerns. In 'Man in the Shadow' (1957) wealthy tyrant Virgil Renchler (Orson Welles) rules over cow town Spurline from his Golden Empire ranch. When his henchmen kill a young worker, Sheriff Ben Sadler (Jeff Chandler) investigates but meets resistance not only from those responsible but also from the local people who are afraid their town will suffer without Renchler's business. In 'Law and Order' (1953), after his attempts to bring peace to Tombstone prove futile due the townspeople's disregard for the justice system, Marshal Frame Johnson (Ronald Reagan) decides to move to Cottonwood along with his girlfriend Jeannie (Dorothy Malone) and his brothers Lute (Alex Nicol) and Jimmy (Russell Johnson). Johnson and his brothers build a ranch where he hopes to settle down but his wish for a peaceful life is dashed when he realises that the people of Cottonwood are just as corrupt as those he left behind. The local judge seeks his help to bring law and order to the town and though initially reluctant, Johnson finally accepts the challenge when his brothers are targeted by criminals. In 'Ride Clear of Diablo' (1954) corrupted lawyer Tom (William Pullen) and sheriff Fred (Paul Birch) steal stock from the O'Mara ranch, killing the owner and his young son in the process. When railroad surveyor Clay O'Mara (Audie Murphy) hears about the murder of his father and brother he returns home to seek out those responsible. Encouraged by Tom, Fred makes Clay his deputy, and while he plans to use his new status for the benefit of his investigation, the killers instead send him after gunslinger Whitey Kinkaid (Dan Duryea), hoping he will take Clay down. However, Clay deals with Kinkaid and sets out to capture the real culprits. 'The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid' (1972) is based on the real-life James-Younger gang of outlaws and their final bank robbery in September 1876. After being granted immunity by the state of Missouri, Jesse James (Robert Duvall) and Cole Younger (Cliff Robertson) plan one last raid with the First National Bank of Northfield as their target. However, the robbery does not go accordingly and the gang find themselves under fire from the local citizens. Will the outlaws escape with their freedom and their lives? In 'Border River' (1954), during the American Civil War, Major Clete Mattson (Joel McCrea) arrives at Mexican enclave Zona Libre, having stolen two millon dollars of Union money with which he plans to purchase firearms for the Confederacy. The tyrannical General Eduardo Calleja (Pedro Armendariz) who runs Zona Libre offers him a safe haven for a substantial fee. However, the general's girlfriend Carmelita (Yvonne De Carlo), who develops feelings for Mattson, warns him that Calleja can't be trusted... In 'Horizons West' (1952), after the Civil War, brothers Dan (Robert Ryan) and Neal Drummond (Rock Hudson) return home to their Texas ranch. While Neal is satisfied with the quiet life of running a small ranch, Dan is eager to expand the business and create an empire. When he has a run-in with the ruthless Cord Hardin (Raymond Burr), Dan ends up breaking the law in order to fulfil his desire for power. Meanwhile, Neal becomes a lawman and must hold Dan accountable for his crimes.
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    The Great Western Collection: One
  • Belladonna of Sadness
    Collectors Edition

    Belladonna of Sadness

    Feature  >  Anime
    Animated feature film, directed by Eiichi Yamamoto, telling the sad tale of a woman named Jeanne (voice of Aiko Nagayama) living in medieval France and the tumults which affect her. Having married Jean (Katsutaka Ito), any chance of happiness is quashed as the local baron (Masaya Takahashi) attacks and rapes her. Soon after, Jeanne is accused of witchcraft and cast out of the village, leading her to seek help from a darker power.
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    Belladonna of Sadness
  • Breaking Bad: The Complete Series
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    Breaking Bad: The Complete Series

    The complete series of the blackly comic drama starring Bryan Cranston as a high school chemistry teacher who discovers that he is dying from inoperable lung cancer and decides to raise money for his family by embarking on a new career as a crystal meth dealer. Series 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'Cat's in the Bag', '... And the Bag's in the River', 'Cancer Man', 'Gray Matter', 'Crazy Handful of Nothin'' and 'A No-Rough-Stuff-Type-Deal'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Seven Thirty-Seven', 'Grilled', 'Bit by a Dead Bee', 'Down', 'Breakage', 'Peekaboo', 'Negro Y Azul', 'Better Call Saul', '4 Days Out', 'Over', 'Mandala', 'Phoenix' and 'ABQ'. Series 3 episodes are: 'No Mas', 'Caballo Sin Nombre', 'I.F.T.', 'Green Light', 'Mas', 'Sunset', 'One Minute', 'I See You', 'Kafkaesque', 'Fly', 'Abiquiu', 'Half Measures' and 'Full Measure'. Series 4 episodes are: 'Box Cutter', 'Thirty-Eight Snub', 'Open House', 'Bullet Points', 'Shotgun', 'Cornered', 'Problem Dog', 'Hermanos', 'Bug', 'Salud', 'Crawl Space', 'End Times' and 'Face Off'. Series 5 episodes are: 'Live Free Or Die', 'Madrigal', 'Hazard Pay', 'Fifty-One', 'Dead Freight', 'Buyout', 'Say My Name', 'Gliding Over All', 'Blood Money', 'Buried', 'Confessions', 'Rabid Dog', 'To'hajiilee', 'Ozymandias', 'Granite State' and 'Felina'.
    £47.44
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    Breaking Bad: The Complete Series
  • Black Sails: Complete Series One, Two & Three
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    Black Sails: Complete Series One, Two & Three

    All the episodes from the first three series of the adventure drama starring Zach McGowan and Toby Stephens. Written as a prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Treasure Island', the story follows Captain Flint (Stephens) and his crew as they battle with enemies to keep control of New Providence Island.
    £33.51
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    Black Sails: Complete Series One, Two & Three
  • German Concentration Camps Factual Survey

    German Concentration Camps Factual Survey

    Complete restoration of the 1945 documentary exposing the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps of the Second World War. Produced with the intention of damning the Nazi regime and ensuring Germany's acceptance of the post-war occupation but only completed decades later, the documentary examines the conditions of the concentration camps as well as how many prisoners were held in them and the torturous nature of their incarceration, and includes interviews with survivors of the Nazi brutality.
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    German Concentration Camps Factual Survey
  • Prisma Illya
    Collectors Edition

    Prisma Illya

    All eleven episodes, including the special OVA episode, of the Japanese anime following a young schoolgirl who is granted magical powers. Illyasviel von Einzbern (voice of Mai Kadowaki)'s normal life is transformed when the magical wand Kaleidoscope Ruby (Naoko Takano) chooses her as its new master. After she inherits the wand, Illya is tasked with collecting seven class cards that contain the spirits of heroic legends. Illya is joined in her dangerous quest by her friend Miyu (Kaori Nazuka), who has recently acquired her own magical wand, and Ruby's former master Rin Tohsaka (Kana Ueda), who offers his assistance. The episodes are: 'Birth! A Magical Girl', 'Who?', 'Girl Meets Girl', 'We Lost', 'There Are Two Options?', 'A Blank and the End of the Night', 'Triumph and Escape', 'The Normal Girl Has Returned', 'End It Here', 'Kaleidoscope' and 'Dance at the Sports Festival'.
    £14.12
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    Prisma Illya
  • The Blacklist: The Complete First & Second Seasons
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    The Blacklist: The Complete First & Second Seasons

    All 44 episodes from the first and second seasons of the American crime thriller starring James Spader. When former government agent turned fugitive Raymond 'Red' Reddington (Spader) suddenly decides to surrender to the FBI after years of evading capture, Assistant Director Harold Cooper (Harry Lennix) wonders why and, more importantly, why now. As Reddington reveals to Cooper that he has access to other wanted fugitives and can help the FBI to track them down, Cooper's intrigue gets the better of him and he allows Reddington into the FBI. Season 1 episodes are: 'Pilot', 'The Freelancer', 'Wujing', 'The Stewmaker', 'The Courier', 'Gina Zanetakos', 'Frederick Barnes', 'General Ludd', 'Anslo Garrick', 'Anslo Garrick: Conclusion', 'The Good Samaritan', 'The Alchemist', 'The Cyprus Agency', 'Madeline Pratt', 'The Judge', 'Mako Tanida', 'Ivan', 'Milton Bobbit', 'The Pavlovich Brothers', 'The Kingmaker', 'Berlin' and 'Berlin: Conclusion'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Lord Baltimore', 'Monarch Douglas Bank', 'Dr. James Covington', 'Dr. Linus Creel', 'The Front', 'The Mombasa Cartel', 'The Scimitar', 'The Decembrist', 'Luther Braxton', 'Luther Braxton: Conclusion', 'Ruslan Denisov', 'The Kenyon Family', 'The Deer Hunter', 'T. Earl King VI', 'The Major', 'Tom Keen', 'The Longevity Initiative', 'Vanessa Cruz', 'Leonard Caul', 'Quon Zhang', 'Karakurt' and 'Tom Connolly'.
    £28.70
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    The Blacklist: The Complete First & Second Seasons
  • The Great Western Collection: Volume Three
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    The Great Western Collection: Volume Three

    Collection of six Westerns. In 'Geronimo' (1962) Chuck Connors stars in the title role as the Indian chief who, having reluctantly surrendered to the US forces in return for food and land, finds the white man's promises broken as their land is revoked. He leads the Apache tribe in an all-out war against the Americans, which they can never hope to win. However, as his tribe is depleted, Geronimo continues to hold his ground. 'Hour of the Gun' (1967) is a retelling of the O.K. Corral gunfight and what happened next. After taking revenge on his brothers, Wyatt Earp (James Garner), and Doc Holliday (Jason Robards), are determined to bring Ike Clanton (Robert Ryan) to justice. In 'Man of the East' (1972) Thomas Moore (Terence Hill) lives life as a maverick Englishman until he travels to the US to take over his dad's ranch. Once there he is taught how to be a 'real man' and learns how to be an expert gunfighter under the guidance of three teachers, in tribute to his late father. Will a young man who despises guns and loves bicycles be able to survive in the Wild West? In 'The Spikes Gang' (1974) outlaw Harry Spikes (Lee Marvin) is wounded in battle and is rescued, sheltered and nursed back to health by three young friends. While in recuperation, Spikes tells the boys of his many adventures over the years, and his stories inspire them to form a gang of their own and run away from home in search of excitement. After receiving some unwanted attention, however, the boys, like Spikes, are wanted dead or alive, forcing them to flee their home state of Texas into Mexico where they are reunited with their mentor. But as they plan and carry out robberies back in Texas, with Spikes as their leader, the boys begin to see a different side to their hero. In 'The Way West' (1967) senator William Tadlock (Kirk Douglas) sets out from Missouri with the help of scout Dick Summers (Robert Mitchum) to travel west where he hopes to start a new settlement with his family in Oregon. The journey is anything but pleasant for those who agreed to join the trail as Tadlock exerts his own brand of brutal justice on them as their leader. When newly-wed Johnnie Mack (Michael Witney) accidentally kills a Sioux chief's son, Tadlock orders him to be hanged, making a widow of his wife Amanda (Katherine Justice). Tadlock's brand of frontier justice sees him clash with the other travellers, culminating in a deadly climax as tensions boil over. In 'Comanche' (1956) a group from the Native American Comanche tribe attack a Mexican village and kidnap Margarita Alvarez (Linda Cristal), the daughter of a Spanish aristocrat. Indian scout Jim Read (Dana Andrews) is sent in to appease both parties and negotiate with the Comanche chief Quanah (Kent Smith). But events turn violent due to the presence of the renegade Comanche Chief Black Cloud (Henry Brandon) and government official Commissioner Ward (Lowell Gilmore).
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    The Great Western Collection: Volume Three
  • Horrid Henry: Daring Missions
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    Horrid Henry: Daring Missions

    Collection of episodes from the CITV animated series based on the bestselling children's books by Francesca Simon. The episodes are: 'Horrid Henry Is Too Cool for School', 'Horrid Henry and the Single Sock Saga', 'Horrid Henry Takes the Blame', 'Horrid Henry Eco Warrior', 'Good Morning Henry', 'Horrid Henry Looks at Love', 'Horrid Henry's Daring Deed', 'Horrid Henry Goes On Strike', 'Horrid Henry Does His Homework', 'Horrid Henry Rewrites the Rules', 'Horrid Henry's Marvellous Motto', 'Horrid Henry Goes to School', 'Horrid Henry's Mighty Mission', 'Horrid Henry Helps Out', 'Horrid Henry Who's Who?', 'Horrid Henry Gives It All Away', 'Horrid Henry and the Tongue Twisters' and 'Horrid Henry and the Evil Mastermind'.
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    Horrid Henry: Daring Missions
  • The Ultimate 5-movie Shark Collection
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    The Ultimate 5-movie Shark Collection

    Collection of five films based on the deadly predator - the shark. In 'Raiders of the Lost Shark' (2014), four friends on a relaxing private island holiday are terrorised by an escaped giant weaponised shark that has been conditioned to feast on humans. In '3-headed Shark Attack' (2015) a team of researchers undertake an expedition to investigate the Great Pacific garbage patch and discover a dangerously mutated shark that has grown two extra heads. The shark launches an attack on a party boat, leaving the revellers to fight for their lives in the middle of the ocean. Will anyone find a way to stop the monster? In 'Planet of the Sharks' (2016) following a natural disaster of global proportions, Earth is now a planet entirely dominated by its vast, endless oceans. In addition to this, the temperatures have changed drastically resulting in plummeting fish populations. The few humans who have survived are now the targets of a great brood of sharks that have been driven by the desperate lack of food to hunting for prey above the waves. In 'Ice Sharks' (2016), a terrifying new breed of shark attacks an Arctic research station and the researchers desperately struggle to escape their monstrous jaws. Finally, in 'Jurassic Shark' (2012) an oil company drills too deep into the ocean and accidentally releases a prehistoric shark into the open waters. Two separate groups of travellers find themselves trapped on a small island when the shark attacks. As tensions build they struggle to survive against the deadly beast.
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    The Ultimate 5-movie Shark Collection
  • Christmas Magic Collection
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    Christmas Magic Collection

    Triple bill of festive films for the family. 'The Flight Before Christmas' (2008) is a Finnish-made animated adventure in which Niko (voiced by Andrew McMahon), a young reindeer who learns that his absentee father works for Santa's Flying Reindeer Squad, sets out to follow in his father's footsteps. However, first he will have to conquer his fear of heights. 'Mrs Santa Claus' (1996) is a musical set in the early 1900s, where Santa Claus (Charles Durning) is so busy preparing for his annual toy delivery that he has been neglecting his wife, Mrs Claus (Angela Lansbury). Determined to have an adventure of her own, Mrs Claus takes the reindeer and sleigh out for a drive. 'The Christmas Twins' (2002) stars Aaron Johnson as twin brothers Tom and Thomas who, despite living in the same city, have never met. Their paths only cross when Thomas is mistaken for his brother and kidnapped by child smugglers. It is up to Tom to save him and reunite the family.
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    Christmas Magic Collection