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  • The Ip Man Trilogy
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    The Ip Man Trilogy

    Triple bill of action dramas, directed by Wilson Yip, based on the young adulthood of renowned martial arts teacher Ip Man (Donnie Yen), purveyor of the art of Wing Chun to students including Bruce Lee. 'Ip Man' (2008) begins in the 1930s in Foshan, a Chinese town famed for its many martial arts schools, and tells the story of Ip's growing reputation as a Wing Chun master against the backdrop of the Japanese invasion that robs him of his personal wealth and status. 'Ip Man 2' (2010) follows Ip as he flees the Japanese and moves to Hong Kong. There, he decides to set up a school for the art of Wing Chun. When a battle is won by one of his pupils, Ip clashes with a rival school master, Hung Quan (Sammo Hung Kam-Bo), who demands that he fight every martial arts teacher in the area in order to prove himself. However, when an arrogant Western boxer, Twister (Darren Shahlavi), is introduced to humiliate the local fighters at a boxing competition, they forget their differences and band together to defeat him. 'Ip Man 3' (2015) begins with Ip settling into his quiet life as a Wing Chun teacher in Hong Kong. But after a group of gangsters try to take over the city, starting with Ip's son's school, Ip is forced to step in to stop them.
    €8.50
    The Ip Man Trilogy
  • The Ultimate Action Collection
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    The Ultimate Action Collection

    Feature  >  Action
    Collection of three action features. In 'I Am Wrath' (2016), after witnessing his wife Vivian (Rebecca de Mornay) brutally murdered by a car-stealing thug, engineer Stanley Hill (John Travolta) embarks on a violent spree of revenge to find those responsible. With the corrupt police force unwilling to help him, Stanley enlists the services of his old friend Dennis (Christopher Meloni) to help him unleash his wrath in his quest for justice. In 'Standoff' (2016), on the anniversary of her parents' deaths, Bird (Ella Ballentine) visits their graves where she witnesses an assassin (Laurence Fishburne) carrying out several hits at a funeral. After fleeing into the nearby woods, Bird meets reclusive war veteran Carter (Thomas Jane) who vows to protect her from the pursuing hitman. Finally, in 'Blunt Force Trauma' (2015), gunfighters John (Ryan Kwanten) and Colt (Freida Pinto) engage in non-lethal shooting bouts as they travel around South America in search of the player who killed Colt's brother. Meanwhile, John also tries to arrange a bout with the legendary dueller Zorringer (Mickey Rourke), who will only accept challenges from the best.
    €8.34
    The Ultimate Action Collection
  • 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.
    €26.58
    Black Sails: The Complete Collection
  • The Battle Epic Collection
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    The Battle Epic Collection

    Triple bill of Chinese historical action dramas. 'The Warlords' (2007) tells the story of a trio of warriors in the era of the Qing Dynasty - General Ma Xinyi (Jet Li), Cao Er-Hu (Andy Lau) and Zhang Wen-Xiang (Takeshi Kaneshiro) - who make a pact of brotherhood to one another vowing that anyone who harms one of the brothers will be killed. When the country is plunged into chaos and political upheaval following the Taiping Rebellion, the three blood brothers must struggle to maintain their loyalty as war rages around them. 'The Banquet' (2006) is a bloody epic about court intrigue in China's Five Dynasties period, loosely based on Shakespeare's 'Hamlet'. The setting is an ancient Chinese kingdom, where malice and treachery rule. The latest turmoil arises with the sudden death of the emperor. Suspicion falls on his ambitious brother Li (You Ge), who takes the throne as well as his brother's young, beautiful wife, Empress Wan (Ziyi Zhang). The only obstacle in his path is his brother's son, Prince Wuluan (Daniel Wu), a melancholy youngster who harbours a sexual longing for his stepmother and has consequently exiled himself to a colony in the wilderness. When the new emperor's ninja assassins reach the colony the prince barely escapes with his life. Returning to the palace, he is at once embroiled in schemes, counterschemes and suspect declarations of love. The film climaxes at a late night banquet where murder is the main dish on the menu. In 'Battle of Wits' (2006), warrior Ge Li (Lau) holds back the forces of marauding general Xiang Yanzhong (Ahn Sung-ki) in 370 B.C. China. During the civil war period of China's history, from the fifth to the third century B.C., the Zhoa state sets out to conquer the small city state of Liang. As the invaders near the city, the fearful inhabitants beg for help from the local Mozi warrior clan but fear for the worst when only a single, solitary warrior, Ge Li, comes to their aid. All is not lost, however, as Li proves himself to be a master tactician, convincing the doubting townsfolk that they can repel the invaders. As the battle lines are drawn, Li, with the help of two local fighters, defies the odds and prepares for one last decisive battle.
    €11.63
    The Battle Epic Collection
  • Black Sails: Complete Series Three
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    Black Sails: Complete Series Three

    All ten episodes from the third 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. In this series, Flint and his crew wage war against the world, Vane (McGowan) encounters an old friend and Jack (Toby Schmitz) starts repairs of New Providence Island's fort.
    €15.95
    Black Sails: Complete Series Three
  • Starsky and Hutch: The Complete Collection
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    Starsky and Hutch: The Complete Collection

    The complete collection of undercover adventures with streetwise undercover cops Dave Starsky (Paul Michael Glaser) and Ken 'Hutch' Hutchinson (David Soul). The pair cruise the streets in a red and white Gran Turino, calling in favours from their street snitch Huggy Bear (Antonio Fargasl), and directed by their boss Captain Dobey (Bernie Hamilton). Episodes comprise: 'Pilot', 'Savage Sunday', 'Texas Longhorn', 'Death Ride', 'Snowstorm', 'The Fix', 'Death Notice', 'Pariah', 'Kill Huggy Bear', 'The Bait', 'Lady Blue', 'Captain Dobey, You're Dead!', 'Terror on the Docks', 'The Deadly Imposter', 'Shootout', 'The Hostages', 'Losing Streak', 'Silence', 'The Omaha Tiger', 'Jojo', 'Running', 'A Coffin for Starsky', 'The Bounty Hunter', 'The Las Vegas Strangler 1', 'The Las Vegas Strangler 2', 'Murder at Sea 1', 'Murder at Sea 2', 'Gillian', 'Bust Amboy', 'The Vampire', 'The Specialist', 'Tap Dancing Her Way Right Back Into Your Heart', 'Vendetta', 'Nightmare', 'Iron Mike', 'Little Girl Lost', 'Bloodbath', 'The Psychic', 'The Set-Up 1', 'The Set-Up 2', 'Survival', 'Starsky's Lady', 'Huggy Bear and the Turkey', 'The Committee', 'The Velvet Jungle', 'Long Walk Down a Short Dirt Road', 'Murder on Stage 17', 'Starsky and Hutch are Guilty', 'Starsky and Hutch on Playboy Island (Parts 1 and 2)', 'Fatal Charm', 'I Love You, Rosey Malone', 'Murder Ward', 'Death in a Different Place', 'The Crying Child', 'The Heroes', 'The Plague (Parts 1 and 2)', 'The Collector', 'Manchild on the Streets', 'The Action', 'The Heavyweight', 'A Body Worth Guarding', 'The Trap', 'Satan's Witches', 'Class in Crime', 'Hutchinson: Murder One', 'Foxy Lady', 'Partners', 'Quadromania', 'Deckwatch', 'Discomania', 'The Game', 'Blindfold', 'Photo Finish', 'Moonshine', 'Strange Justice', 'The Avenger', 'Dandruff', 'Black And Blue', 'The Groupie', 'Cover Girl (aka No Deposit, No Return)', 'Starsky's Brother (aka Starsky's Little Brother)', 'The Golden Angel', 'Ballad For A Blue Lady', 'Birds Of A Feather', 'Ninety Pounds Of Trouble', 'Huggy Can't Go Home (aka Huggy Can't Go Back)', 'Targets Without A Badge (Part 1)', 'Targets Without A Badge (Part 2)', 'Targets Without A Badge (Part 3)', 'Starsky vs Hutch' and 'Sweet Revenge'.
    €21.80
    Starsky and Hutch: The Complete Collection
  • Ken Russell: The Great Passions
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    Ken Russell: The Great Passions

    Feature  >  Drama
    Triple bill of BBC dramas from film-maker Ken Russell. Made for the arts programme 'Monitor', 'Always On Sunday' (1965) charts the life of French post-impressionist painter Henri Rousseau (James Lloyd) while 'Isadora Duncan, the Biggest Dancer in the World' (1966) depicts the life of acclaimed American dancer Isadora Duncan (Vivian Pickles). 'Dante's Inferno' (1967) chronicles the complex relationship between the English poet and painter Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Oliver Reed) and his wife Elizabeth Siddal (Judith Paris).
    €14.51
    Ken Russell: The Great Passions
  • Octonauts: Mission Control
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    Octonauts: Mission Control

    18 episodes from the children's animated series following a team of underwater adventurers. Led by Captain Barnacles Bear, Lieutenant Kwazii Cat, Doctor Peso Penguin and the other heroes travel through the sea helping various creatures and making new discoveries. After a hard day's work they return to their base, known as the Octopod.
    €9.04
    Octonauts: Mission Control
  • SuperTed: Complete Series 1-3
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    SuperTed: Complete Series 1-3

    Children's animation series. A defective teddy bear is found discarded in the basement of a toy factory by a cosmic being from outer space known as Spotty Man. Spotty Man takes the forgotten toy to Mother Nature, who turns him into a superhero force against evil. This release contains every episode from the three series that were made in the 1980s.
    €13.09
    SuperTed: Complete Series 1-3
  • Final Fantasy Triple Feature
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    Final Fantasy Triple Feature

    Feature  >  Sci-Fi
    Triple bill of sci-fi action films based on the computer game franchise. 'Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within' (2001) tells the futuristic tale of an Earth besieged by alien invaders. Dr Aki Ross (voice of Ming-Na) is a talented young scientist who must uncover the secrets of the invaders before the Phantom particles infecting her body kill her. Aided by members of a counter-alien team run by Grey Edwards (Alec Baldwin) and Dr Sid (Donald Sutherland), Aki must also outwit General Hein (James Woods) whose plans for alien resistance have deadly ramifications for the people of Earth. In 'Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children' (2005) a deadly disease called Geostigma is rapidly spreading throughout the planet and its inhabitants. Ex-soldier Cloud Strife (Takahiro Sakurai), intent on leading a solitary life travelling as a transporter, receives a phone call from the former president of Shinra asking for his help to stop three villains who are set on resurrecting the evil extra-terrestrial Jenova. Although reluctant at first, Cloud understands the importance of the mission and agrees, but what challenges await him? Finally, 'Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV' (2016) follows the developments of the war between the magical kingdom of Lucis and the evil Niflheim Empire. As the army of Kingslaives, commanded by King Regis (Sean Bean), follow their orders to fight off the Niflheim army, an ultimatum is presented to Regis from the other side stating he must relinquish control of his land outside of the city and wed his son, Prince Noctis (Ray Chase), to the former princess of Tenebrae and now prisoner of Niflheim, Lady Lunafreya (Lena Headey).
    €21.80
    Final Fantasy Triple Feature
  • A Letter to Momo
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    A Letter to Momo

    Feature  >  Anime
    Anime feature written and directed by Hiroyuki Okiura. Following the death of her father (voice of Kirk Thornton), 11-year-old Momo (Amanda Pace) moves with her mother (Stephanie Sheh) to the remote island of Shio. Struggling to deal with her grief, Momo tries to discover the meaning behind an unfinished letter her father left her containing only two words, 'Dear Momo'. As she adapts to rural island life, a number of strange incidents occur on the quiet island and Momo discovers three impish spirits behind them. But are the mischievious trio of Iwa (Fred Tatasciore), Kawa (Dana Snyder) and Mame (Bob Bergen) actually around to help her?
    €17.20
    A Letter to Momo
  • The Kingdom: I and II - Original Broadcast Edition
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    The Kingdom: I and II - Original Broadcast Edition

    All eight episodes of Lars von Trier's wryly comic, and sometimes horrific, fantasy mini-series set in the neurosurgical ward of Copenhagen's Rigshospitalet, known to the city's residents as 'Riget'. The series follows the staff and patients on the ward as they experience various unsettling occurrences of both the earthly and the supernatural varieties. These happenings are recounted daily by a duo of hospital dishwashers, both with Down's syndrome, who discuss the bizarre happenings of Riget as they work together in the cellar. Stephen King later used von Trier's creation as inspiration for his 2004 mini-series 'Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital'.
    €30.10
    The Kingdom: I and II - Original Broadcast Edition
  • The World War II Collection: Volume 1
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    The World War II Collection: Volume 1

    Feature  >  War
    Collection of Second World War action dramas. In 'Play Dirty' (1969) Captain Douglas (Michael Caine) is sent to North Africa to lead a small group of mercenaries into the desert to knock out an enemy fuel reserve. However, there is friction between the Captain, veteran Colonel Masters (Nigel Green) and Cyril Leech (Nigel Davenport), head of the hired mercenaries, as they disagree on how to successfully carry out the mission. Things go from bad to worse when they find out that their assignment is a booby-trapped suicide mission, which threatens to end in pointless bloodshed. In 'Submarine X-1' (1968) Commander Richard Bolton (James Caan) and his surviving crew members stagger to shore after being attacked by the German battleship Lindendorf. Commander Bolton is then placed in charge of training a small team of experimental submarines assigned to attack and sink the enemy ship. In 'Hornet's Nest' (1970) an American commando unit, who are dropped behind enemy lines in Italy, fail in their mission to blow up a strategic dam when all but their leader (Rock Hudson) are ambushed and killed. He is given another chance to succeed in his mission when he reluctantly strikes a deal with a group of local youths who rescue him and offer their help in exchange for the soldier's assistance in dealing with the Nazi's invasion of their village. In 'Beach Red' (1967) American assault crafts attempt to retake a Pacific island held by the Japanese and both sides discover that war is the closest thing to Hell on Earth. In 'Attack On the Iron Coast' (1968) Lloyd Bridges stars as Major Jamie Wilson, who must train and then lead his troops in the D-Day invasion of Normandy, with the knowledge that most, if not all, will likely not return. As he is haunted by former missions of a similar nature, matters are made worse for Wilson when he is teamed with a captain who opposes his plans but is tasked with the transportation of the troops. Facing overwhelming odds of survival and battling a Nazi stronghold, will the major's plan be enough to save the lives of his soldiers? In 'The Thousand Plane Raid' (1969) the American Army become increasingly frustrated with their ineffective night-time bombing missions. As a result, an ambitious new plan put forward by Colonel Greg Brandon (Christopher George) is put into action by his superiors to fly 1000 bombers over Germany to attack in broad daylight. Tensions increase as he tries to get his troops ready for the mission and as the date draws nearer the colonel even begins to lose faith in the likelihood of success.
    €16.13
    The World War II Collection: Volume 1
  • 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.
    €42.52
    Black Sails: The Complete Collection
  • Heartland: The Complete First Season
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    Heartland: The Complete First Season

    All 13 episodes from the first season of the Canadian family drama set on Heartland, a family-run ranch in the Rocky Mountains dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ailing horses. After a tragedy brings the future of the ranch into question, 15-year-old Amy (Amber Marshall) must use her talents as a horse healer to save the family business. The episodes are: 'Coming Home', 'After the Storm', 'Breaking Free', 'Taking Chances', 'Best Laid Plans', 'One Trick Pony', 'Come What May', 'Out of the Darkness', 'Ghost from the Past', 'Born to Run', 'Thicker Than Water', 'Nothing Endures' and 'Coming Together'.
    €13.98
    Heartland: The Complete First Season
  • Gankutsuou
    Limited Edition

    Gankutsuou

    All 24 episodes of the Japanese anime series loosely based on 'The Count of Monte Cristo'. Set in the year 5053, the futuristic story follows Viscount Albert de Morcerf (voice of Jun Fukuyama), the son of a Parisian general, as he travels with his friend Franz (Daisuke Hirakawa) to a festival in Luna, where they meet the noble Count of Monte Cristo (Jouji Nakata). The episodes are: 'At the End of Our Travels, We Meet', 'Until the Sun Rises On the Moon', '5/22, Tempest', 'Mother's Secret', 'Do You Love Your Betrothed?', 'Her Gloom, My Gloom', 'The Secret Nectar of the Flower Garden', 'A Night in Boulogne', 'I Had a Dream the Colour of Darkness', 'A Letter from Edmond', 'Engagement, Broken', 'Encore', 'Haydee', 'Wandering Heart', 'The End of Happiness, the Beginning of Truth', 'Scandal', 'Confession', 'Duel', 'If I Had Become Unlike Myself', 'Farewell, Eugénie', 'The True Identity of the Nobleman', 'Counterattack', 'Edmond Dantès' and 'By the Seashore'.
    €37.63
    Gankutsuou
  • Nemesis: 1-4
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    Nemesis: 1-4

    Feature  >  Action

    Collection of futuristic sci-fi action features directed by Albert Pyun. In 'Nemesis' (1992), set in 21st-century Los Angeles, a disillusioned cyborg police officer (Olivier Gruner) is forced out of retirement to bring his former partner Jared (Marjorie Monaghan) to justice after she begins stealing highly-sensitive security information. Alex is tasked with recovering stolen data relating to an upcoming international summit which Jared plans to sell to a terrorist group known as the Red Army Hammerheads, who are plotting to kill government officials. But in his pursuit of justice, Alex begins to question the conflicting loyalties he experiences between his employer, former lover and the supposed terrorist organisation. In 'Nemesis 2 - Nebula' (1995), set 73 years after the events of the first film, cyborgs are now ruling the world and have enslaved the human race. The only hope offered to them is through a team of scientists who claim to have invented a super strain of DNA which will produce a mutant human so powerful it can destroy all robots. However, when the cyborgs discover this threat to their power, they enlist bounty hunter Nebula (Chad Stahelski) to eliminate it. In 'Nemesis 3 - Time Lapse' (1996), Alex (Sue Price) wakes up with amnesia and has to piece together her fractured memories, including the rescue attempt of her sister who has travelled back in time to save her. Finally, In 'Nemesis 4 - Death Angel' (1996), Alex is working as an assassin when she mistakenly kills the son of a major crime boss and is forced to fight for her life after her employer Bernardo (Andrew Divoff) places a 100 million dollar bounty on her head.

     

     

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    Nemesis: 1-4
  • 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.
    €8.15
    Christmas Magic Collection
  • Four Films After Shoah
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    Four Films After Shoah

    Collection of documentary films by director Claude Lanzmann. 'A Visitor from the Living' (1997) features an interview with a World War II Red Cross official who wrote a report on the Jewish concentration camps. 'Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4PM' (2001) documents the Sobibór Revolt of 1943, one of only two successful Nazi uprisings. 'The Karski Report' (2010) focuses on the life of Polish resistant Jan Karski who, during the Second World War alerted the allies to the mass genocide that was being committed in German concentration camps. In 'The Last of the Unjust' (2013), Lanzmann explores the involvement of Benjamin Murmelstein, the last president of the Theresienstadt Jewish Council.
    €29.25
    Four Films After Shoah
  • Harmony
    Limited Edition

    Harmony

    Feature  >  Anime
    Takashi Nakamura and Michael Arias co-direct this Japanese anime based on Project Itoh's sci-fi novel. In a futuristic utopia known as 'Maelstrom', a group of young girls, led by Miach Mihie (voice of Reina Ueda), rebel against society's ideals and aspirations and vow to all attempt suicide. Tuan Kirie (Miyuki Sawashiro), however, fails to do so and outlives her friends. Years later, while working for the World Health Organisation, Tuan is forced to revisit her past when another mass suicide takes place and she suspects her old friend Miach Mihie may again be involved.
    €17.20
    Harmony
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