Jurassic Park Trilogy 'STEELBOOK'
Jurassic Park (Dir. Steven Spielberg, 1993): Director Steven Spielberg presents a masterpiece of imagination, suspense, science and cinematic magic that quickly became one the most successful film in worldwide box-office history. On a remote island, a wealthy entrepreneur (Richard Attenborough) secretly creates a theme park featuring live dinosaurs drawn from prehistoric D.N.A. Before opening it to the public, he invites a top palaeontologist (Sam Neill) and his paleobotanist girl friend (Laura Dern), a renowned mathematician (Jeff Goldblum), and his two eager grandchildren to experience the park - and help calm anxious investors. But their visit is anything but tranquil as the prehistoric predators break out and begin stalking the island's human inhabitants. Based on Michael Crichton's best-selling novel, Jurassic Park is a breathtaking adventure you'll want to experience again and again...
The Lost World (Dir. Steven Spielberg, 1997): Director Steven Spielberg takes us back to the scene of Jurassic Park in The Lost World, the blockbuster sequel with even more dinosaurs, more action and more breathtaking visual effects than its record-breaking predecessor. This DVD edition contains exclusive interviews and rare behind-the-scenes footage. The Lost World remains among the most successful films of all time and features an all-star cast including Jeff Goldblum, Julianne Moore and Pete Postlethwaite. It has been four years since the disaster at Jurassic Park and two groups are in a race against time that will determine the fate of the remote island's prehistoric inhabitants.
Jurassic Park 3 (Dir. Joe Johnston, 2001): Adventure runs wild when renowned palaeontologist Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) agrees to accompany a wealthy adventurer (William H. Macy) and his wife (Tea Leoni) on an aerial tour of Isla Sorna, InGen's former breeding ground for prehistoric creatures. But when they're terrifyingly stranded, Dr. Grant discovers that his hosts are not what they seem, and the island's native inhabitants are smarter, faster and fiercer than he ever imagined in this heart-stomping thriller.
The Fast & The Furious Trilogy 'STEELBOOK'
The Fast And The Furious (Dir. Rob Cohen, 2001): Roaring along at breakneck speed, Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew meet on the streets of L.A. each night to show off their high-powered racers. When new guy Brian (Paul Walker) wants to add his fuel to the fire, he can't getup the money to race, but offers up his car as collateral. In their tiny jacked compacts, Dom, Brian, and Edwin (Ja Rule) burst into a high-gear race with Brian nearly beating perennial champion Dom. But in the final moments, he loses the race and his car.
Brian's debt is quickly cleared, however, when he saves Dom both from the cops and from a potentially violent encounter with Johnny Tran (Rick Yune), a rival gang lord. Dom takes Brian under his wing - a decision that disgusts his gang but delights his sister Mia (Jordana Brewster).
2 Fast 2 Furious (Dir. John Singleton, 2003): Now an ex-cop on the run, Brian O'Connor (Paul Walker) hooks into outlaw street racing. When the Feds strong-arm him back, O'Connor's no rules; win-or-die skills are unleashed against an international drug lord. With his velocity-addicted buddy (Tyrese) riding shotgun, and a drop-dead gorgeous undercover agent (Eva Mendes) dialling up the heat, 2 Fast 2 Furious accelerates the action into a desperate race for survival, justice... and mind blowing jaw-dropping speed!
The Fast And The Furious: Tokyo Drift (Dir. Justin Lin, 2006): Shaun Boswell has always been an outsider. A loner at school, his only connection to the indifferent world around him is through illegal street racing - which has made him particularly unpopular with the local authorities. To avoid jail time, Shaun is sent out of the country to live with his uncle in the military, in a cramped apartment in a low-rent section of Tokyo. In the land that gave birth to the majority of modified racers on the road, the simple street race has been replaced by the ultimate pedal-to-the-metal, gravity-defying automotive challenge... drift racing, a deadly combination of brutal speed on heart stopping courses of hairpin turns and switchbacks. For his first unsuccessful foray in drift racing, Shaun unknowingly takes on D.K., the "Drift King," with ties to the Yakuza, the Japanese crime machine. The only way he can pay off the debt of his loss is to venture into the deadly realm of the Tokyo underworld, where the stakes are life and death.
They also have Back to the Future Trilogy steelbook and a American Gangster/Gladiator/Black Hawk Down (Box Set) steelbook at £9.99 each aswell