As they enter the final stages of the great King of the Hill battle, Ryuko must face Uzu Sanageyama again after defeating the other three members of the Elite Four. But, the combat is brought to a sudden halt when a mysterious girl clad in a gothic Lolita outfit and an eye patch suddenly appears... Her name is Nui Harime and she claims to have killed Ryuko’s father, Dr. Matoi! What will Matoi do and why does Satsuki seem so unconcerned? Find out in the second part of Kill la Kill! Contains 10 episodes (Eps 10-19) across 2 DVDs in deluxe packaging with artbook. Japanese with English subtitles AND English dub included on disc. Bonus Features: Collector’s packaging Clean opening and closing Further bonus content to be announced Awards and Reviews: “But for anyone else, if you are looking for a fun, action-filled ride with tons of humor and a story that loves to play around with your preconceptions about magical girl anime, this is the anime for you.” - Kotaku “It's retro shonen action pushed to such loony, hyperactive extremes that it's both thoroughly cool (especially where Ryuko and Satsuki are concerned) and screamingly funny. As I said, a joy.” – Anime News Network
As they enter the final stages of the great King of the Hill battle, Ryuko must face Uzu Sanageyama again after defeating the other three members of the Elite Four. But, the combat is brought to a sudden halt when a mysterious girl clad in a gothic Lolita outfit and an eye patch suddenly appears... Her name is Nui Harime and she claims to have killed Ryuko’s father, Dr. Matoi! What will Matoi do and why does Satsuki seem so unconcerned? Find out in the second part of Kill la Kill! Contains 10 episodes (Eps 10-19) across 2 Blu-Rays in deluxe packaging with artbook. Japanese with English subtitles AND English dub included on disc. Bonus Features: Collector’s packaging Clean opening and closing Artbook Awards and Reviews: “But for anyone else, if you are looking for a fun, action-filled ride with tons of humor and a story that loves to play around with your preconceptions about magical girl anime, this is the anime for you.” - Kotaku “It's retro shonen action pushed to such loony, hyperactive extremes that it's both thoroughly cool (especially where Ryuko and Satsuki are concerned) and screamingly funny. As I said, a joy.” – Anime News Network
When a skeleton was found under a Leicester car park in September 2012, the news broke around the world. Research began, involving dozens of specialists in the fields of archaeology, osteology, history, forensic pathology, genealogy and DNA analysis; could this skeleton be the remains, lost for 500 years, of England's most infamous king? Philippa Langley, an Edinburgh based screenwriter and secretary of the Scottish Branch of the Richard III Society, was the main advocator of the project, and together with the University of Leicester they embarked on a journey to discover the medieval monarch's lost bones. Presented by Simon Farnaby, 'Richard III: The King in the Car Park' tells every step, twist and turn of the story. It unveils a brand new facial reconstruction made from the skull and reveals the results of the final tests that confirm or deny the body's identity. Additionally 'The Unseen Story' features exclusive footage of the dig, forensic tests and fresh interviews with the lead scientists, piecing together the critical steps in the archaeological excavation. We see how the Grey friars Church was uncovered and witness the painstaking exhumation of the lost King's grave from the first indications of human remains to the exposure of the body's twisted spine revealing a new dimension to the hunt for England's long-lost king.
Matchbox Films presents 'The Horror Collection Vol II: British' THE MIRROR Jemma Dallender (Community, I Spit on Your Grave 2) stars in Edward Boase's sophomore feature The Mirror, a headline-grabbing British horror triggered by a widely reported news story that set Twitter and Facebook alight in 2013 when an allegedly haunted mirror appeared for sale on eBay. In the film, the three intrepid flatmates (Dallender, Joshua Dickinson, Nate Fallows) who purchased the supposedly haunted antique set up round-the-clock cameras in the hope of capturing evidence of paranormal activity. From footage recovered by police, their terrifying ordeal is slowly pieced together. COMMUNITY The Draymen Estate has become an urban legend. Amongst the sinister stories of unsavoury locals and brutal violence, several people have apparently gone missing. Even the police won't go there. Enter two naive student filmmakers, Isabelle (Dallender) and Will (Jordan), with a well-meaning plan to make a sympathetic documentary of life on the estate. The unlucky duo quickly discovers that problems of drugs and crime in this community go way beyond the norm. This is a community which is about to present the students with material of unimaginable horror - turning their final project into their darkest nightmare. SIREN A group of friends escaping the city for a weekend away have a simple plan, to tour the coast for a relaxing weekend. Things hit a snag when one of the friends spots a seductive, sultry young woman waving for help off the shore of one of many secluded islands along the coast. Reaching out to rescue her turns deadly and they risk everything to get off the island alive.
The complete trilogy of Hideo Nakata's dark and chilling tales of a deadly virus that can be caught simply by watching a cursed videotape, which prompted a US remake starring Naomi Watts in 2002. In 'Ring 1' (1998), fear spreads among the students of a local high school when news circulates of a mysterious videotape which brings death to those who watch it. TV reporter Reiko (Nanako Matsushima) sets out to investigate, finds a copy of the tape in a deserted cabin and falls victim to its awful curse. With only one week left to live, her only hope is to uncover the story behind the tape, to find out where it came from and why it wields such terrible powers. In the sequel, 'Ring 2' (1998), journalist Mai Takano (Miki Nakatani) begins her own investigation into the mysterious haunted videotape that kills all those who see it. Along the way she discovers that Youichi, the son of tape victim Ryiji, has begun to develop many of the same supernatural powers that Sadako had when she was still alive. Now Mai must do her best to protect both herself and Youichi from the evil undead Sadako as the tape's curse continues to exert its terrifying power. In 'Ring 0' (2002), the final part of the trilogy and a prequel to the original film, it's the 1950s and Sadako, the evil spirit who wreaks havoc in the later stories, is a young woman and aspiring actress around whom strange things happen. Under suspicion from her peers she eventually takes part in a paranormal demonstration in front of the media. One by one the journalists present start to die as the fiancée of one of the dead tries to unlock the mystery of the tape-recording of Sadako's voice.
Aliases: Aminia TwainAge: 31Height: 5 4Weight: 130Hair Color: Mousey BrownEye Color: HazelBirthplace: Kansas CityPower Source: Multi-dimensional Resurrection, In-depth knowledge of heroesFirst Appearance: Freedom Five Annual #3They. . . didn't save me."The darkness closed in around her, pressing, crushing, choking. Aminia felt blind panic, like shadowed hands squeezing her desperately thudding heart up again her ribs and then-- nothing. Darkness. Silence. And one thought: "They didn't save me."Suddenly, the light hit her eyelids with searing brightness as she snapped into life with a jolt. She gasped for air. "Ms. Twain? Are you alright?" Dr. Stinson asked quickly."Hiccups?" Mr. Parsons asked in his usual, genial manner. She felt her stomach churn - how did she ever find that phony charisma so charming? She smiled weakly and nodded, feigning another hiccup, before excusing herself from the meeting for a cup of water. Shutting the door behind her, she melted, stunned, on the other side of the wall. The meeting continued on within the room behind her - they didn't even notice her absence.What happened? Her eyes darted around the familiar headquarters of the Freedom Five, but not everything seemed like how she'd left it. Things were different. She was different. She had died. The darkness had lifted to unveil a changed world. Or perhaps, perhaps only she had changed? She went to the sink to fill the "World's Finest Assistant" mug Dr. Stinson gave her three years before they let her die. This one's handle had yet to crack.This world was most definitely different than the one she left, but no difference cast such a stark contrast as the difference she felt inside. No longer was she the devoted, sheepish secretary who alerted the Freedom Five to where trouble emerged, who placed orders for Tachyon's many pairs of new footwear, who copied memos from the President, who washed sweaty spandex uniforms. Now, she was awake.Aminia straightened up her jacket and opened the door to return to the job she perfected in her previous life. No longer would she skip date night to remove every fleck of red dust from their precious equipment. Nor would she lose sleep worrying about the calls she would make to loved ones with bad news after a battle. For never again would she shed a tear for the Freedom Five. No. For now, all she heard amid the cheer of the grateful crowds and the praise of the adoring public was that one final thought. They had a choice - me, their devoted servant, who gave EVERYTHING . . . or five total strangers."They didn't save me.""Can they save themselves?""
From the award-winning creators of Peep Show, Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong, and starring Jack Whitehall (Bad Education), Joe Thomas (The Inbetweeners) and Robert Webb, comes Fresh Meat. Series 1 follows a group of six students about to embark on the most exciting period of their lives thus far- university. Away from home for the first time, on the brink of adult life, they are about to discover who they really are. From the moment they ship up as freshers at their shared house, their lives are destined to collide, overlap and run the whole gamut of appalling behaviour and terrible errors of judgement. JP (Jack Whitehall), public school boy with good teeth and an inflated sense of entitlement; Kingsley (Joe Thomas), charming, loveable and crushingly insecure; Josie (Kimberley Nixon), overly enthusiastic, determined to experience new things, however bad they are for you. Then there s socially awkward and know-it-all Howard (Greg McHugh); straight talking, hard-living Vod (Zawe Ashton); and finally Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie), desperate to be cool and terrified of being boring. Series 2 sees JP (Jack Whitehall), Kingsley (Joe Thomas), Josie (Kimberley Nixon), Howard (Greg McHugh), Vod (Zawe Ashton) and Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie) return to Manchester Medlock University for a new term. As they continue to face the challenges of student life, they welcome a new flatmate, a Dutch woman called Sabine (Jelka van Houten). Series 3 sees JP (Jack Whitehall), Kingsley (Joe Thomas), Howard (Greg McHugh), Vod (Zawe Ashton) and Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie) return to Manchester Medlock University for their second year. As they continue to face the challenges of student life, they meet new fresher Candice (Faye Marsay). Meanwhile, Josie (Kimberley Nixon) has moved back to Southampton to take a zoology course. Series 4 sees the 'finals countdown' on and the end of university life drawing ever closer. JP s worries about his future following a visit from his brother, Vod (Zawe Ashton) is fixed in the present as she grapples with debt. Oregon (Charlotte Ritchie) is Student Union President and busy planning her legacy, whilst Kinglsey (Joe Thomas) finds himself in an unconventional relationship. Josie is still languishing in second year and facing up to the prospect of a final twelve months in Manchester without her delightfully odd housemates. Howard (Greg McHugh), who had been on course for a first class degree, gets some unexpected news which sends him spiralling. Thrown together as housemates they are on the brink of adult life and about to discover who they really are.
Season 1: The first season of its 10-year reign introduces former flying ace Harmon Harm Rabb of the Navy's Judge Advocate General. Now an attorney, Harm investigates, prosecutes and defends military criminals in cases that often take him behind enemy lines... both in Washington and overseas. Season 2: JAG lawyer Harm Rabb (David James Elliott) gets a personal and professional boost when he's partnered with a beautiful, by-the-book marine, Sarah Mac MacKenzie (Catherine Bell). This classic duo, a fan favorite, will investigate crimes in the military for many seasons to come. And with Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) now anchoring the JAG office, budding lawyer Bud Roberts (Patrick Labyorteaux) will have to work even harder - just to stay out of the line of fire! Season 3: Commander Harm Rabb (David James Elliott) and Major Mac MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) both find romance this season, but also suffer heartache. And while they might take on Cuban terrorists, they still manage to make it to the wedding between Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner)! Co-starring John M. Jackson as Admiral A.J. Chegwidden, JAG digs deep to portray the human side of the military experience and show the bravery of those who give all for their country! Season 4: Their search for the truth takes the JAG team of lawyers around the world, but what happens at home this season rivals any investigation. Harm Robb (David James Elliott) considers leaving Mac (Catherine Bell) behind when his dream of becoming a pilot is realized, just as Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) welcomes a new attorney to the JAG team. But it's Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner) with the biggest news of all - the birth of their son! JAG is back and ready for action! Season 5: This season, Harm (David James Elliott) and Mac (Catherine Bell) are reunited when Harm leaves his flying career behind and returns to the Jag office ... and not a moment to soon, as cases aboard carriers, submarines, and even a hijacked plane demand their attention! And as Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) find romance, and Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner) adjust to parenthood, the whole gang travels to Australia. Season 6: When Judge Advocate General lawyer Harm Rabb (David James Elliott) travels to Russia, he receives shockingly news - he has a younger brother! Meanwhile, back in Washington Mac MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) becomes engaged and plans her wedding, until Harm boldly makes a confession, forcing her to question her conclusion. Season 7: This season, Judge Advocate General lawyers Harm Rabb (David James Elliott) and Mac MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) both find themselves single again, as they re-explore their relationship while on missions in the Indian Ocean and in post-9/11 Afghanistan. And as Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) welcomes new attorney Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) to the team, Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) and Harriet (Karri Turner) must adjust to Bud being deployed during a time of war, leading to a shocking season finale. Get ready - it's going to be another wild ride aboard JAG! Season 8: JAG is back with all 24 episodes from its Eighth Season - including a two-part murder case that launched the blockbuster series NCIS! This season, Judge Advocate General lawyers Commander Rabb (David James Elliott) and Lt. Colonel MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) travel to Paraguay, where Mac poses as the pregnant wife of a CIA agent. And as Admiral Chegwidden becomes engaged and Harriet announces that she's pregnant, Bud Roberts valiantly overcomes the odds and is reinstated to JAG after losing his leg in Afghanistan. Season 9: The action-adventure series JAG travels the globe for its Ninth Season - on DVD for the first time! This season, it's a mix of war stories and personal dilemmas as Harm Rabb (David James Elliott) resigns his posts and flies missions for the CIA. Meanwhile, beautiful Mac MacKenzie (Catherine Bell) dates a familiar face, then faces off with a notorious terrorist. Plus, Bud Roberts (Patrick Labyorteaux) gets promoted, wife Harriet (Karri Turner) resigns to raise their kids, and Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) finds love with a jazz singer! But it's Admiral Chegwidden (John M. Jackson) who drops the biggest bombshell - a personal revelation that affects all their lives. Season 10: The hit military series JAG concludes its historic run with all 22 Season Ten episodes, on DVD for the first time! As the relationship between Harm (David James Elliott) and Mac (Catherine Bell) heats up, they make a startling announcement that shocks their friends. Meanwhile, Bud (Patrick Labyorteaux) adjusts to life as a father of four, while Sturgis Turner (Scott Lawrence) is named temporary Judge Advocate General – until Jennifer Coates (Zoe McLellan) announces the arrival of their new boss, a tough Marine who shakes up the entire office! The brave personnel of the Navy’s Judge Advocate General Corps have inspired audiences for years. Now they’re back in court and back in action one last time – for more drama, more romance, and more surprises. A fitting final tribute to JAG!