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Ironclad TRAILER

Ironclad TRAILER

Ironclad - Paul Giamatti, Jason Flemyng, Brian Cox, Kate Mara, Brian Cox ... Read more
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Hanna

A teenage assassin raised in remote Finland is dispatched on a dangerous mission by her father, an ex-CIA operative, in this innovative action thriller from director Joe Wright (Atonement, Pride & Prejudice).... Read more
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Clash of the Titans

The 1981 mythological fantasy adventure Clash of the Titans is resurrected in this remake from Incredible Hulk director Louis Leterrier. The joint Legendary Films/Warner Bros.... Read more
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Primeval: Volume Two

Dinosaurs, yep I said dinosaurs, unknown monsters, clones, past, future, and all kinds of other weird events happen in this show Primeval. Now here is the description from the back of the DVD case.... Read more
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Primeval

Dinosaurs, yep I said dinosaurs, unknown monsters, clones, past, future, and all kinds of other weird events happen in this show Primeval. Now here is the description from the back of the DVD case.... Read more
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Snatch.

An unlicensed boxing promoter gets involved with a big-time criminal, and a heist goes awry when a valuable jewel is missing. ... Read more
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The Hunger: The Complete First Season

“The Hunger” is a mix of “Tales From The Crypt” and at times soft core porn. Instead of the Crypt Keeper you get Terence Stamp hosting the show. At first I was wondering why they didn’t try for Malcolm McDowell; but Terence Stamp masters the creepy/gentleman act just fine.... Read more
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The Hunger Season 1

The Hunger Season 1

“The Hunger” is a mix of “Tales From The Crypt” and at times soft core porn. Instead of the Crypt Keeper you get Terence Stamp hosting the show. At first I was wondering why they didn’t try for Malcolm McDowell; but Terence Stamp masters the creepy/gentleman act just fine. ... Read more
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The Hunger

“The Hunger” is a mix of “Tales From The Crypt” and at times soft core porn. Instead of the Crypt Keeper you get Terence Stamp hosting the show. At first I was wondering why they didn’t try for Malcolm McDowell; but Terence Stamp masters the creepy/gentleman act just fine. ... Read more
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