Highlander: Immortal Edition (2 Discs) (Embossed Steel Tin Packaging) - £5.99 delivered @ HMV - HotUKDeals
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Russell Mulcahy's original saga of immortal Scotsman Connor Macleod, one of a race of immortals who can only be killed when beheaded with a sword. After living in peace for four centuries, he is challenged by an old enemy named Kurgan. During a fierce sword battle in the 1500s, Connor MacLeod, a simple Scotsman known as a poor fighter, is mortally wounded -- but he does not die. MacLeod learns from the mysterious Ramirez that he is of a race of immortals. These rare knights never age and never reproduce, they can only meet death by the blade of another of their kind. Leaping back and forth through the centuries, MacLeod once again meets the evil Kurgan who nearly killed him 500 years ago.

Double Disc Set - Special Features

* Brand New Exclusive Audio Commentary By Director Russell Mulcahy
* Brand New Feature Length Making Of Documentary
* Interview With Christopher Lambert
* Theatrical Trailer
* And More...
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love this film!
Have some heat, one of my favouritefilms.
Bargain! This is a really good edition, very cool box.
quality - great film .. and the music is amazing
soundtrack is awesome too.
2 Discs?!?!?!?! Surely there can only be one!
timeless classic, only dodgy bit is the 80's clothing worn by the women.

queen soundtrack, mint!

should this not be blueray?
2 Discs?!?!?!?! Surely there can only be one!

Excellent! :thumbsup:
Some great lines....

Nuns. No sense of humour.
"better to burn out than fade away"

I never actually offically recgonised the following films - so if they ever came up in conversation, the offical line is:-

ther can be only one!
tetley tea--- that is class!
Yeah, great film. I agree that it seems strange not to release this on Bluray as it is a fairly old film and Bluray would probably offer more than just a souped up DVD box.

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