NOTE: The page seems to be down temporarily.
Online only, I think. Next best is £9.99 at Play. Also part of the '3 for £18' deal alongside some not quite so bargainlicious double and triple packs (but getting them in the offer makes them much more so).
Premonition: Linda Hanson (Sandra Bullock) has a beautiful house, a loving husband and two adorable daughters. Her life is perfect, until the day she gets the devastating news that her husband Jim (Julian McMahon) has died in a car accident. When she wakes up the next morning to find him alive and well, she assumes it was all a dream. Or was it? Suddenly, her perfect life is turned upside down as she begins a desperate scramble to save her family and uncover the truth. Racing against time and fate, Linda will stop at nothing to discover the true meanings of reality and destiny.
The Number 23: Jim Carrey and Virginia Madsen star in the year's most "mind-bending" (Pete Hammond, Maxim) psychological thriller directed by Joel Schumacher. The nightmare begins when Walter Sparrow (Carrey), a mild-mannered dogcatcher, begins reading a tattered, used book called The Number 23. Obsessed by the countless similarities between the degenerate main character and himself, Walter plunges headlong into the same dark, seductive world. When the book's main character commits an unspeakable act, Walter is terrified that he's destined to follow the same twisted path.
Grilled: Ray Romano and Kevin James as you've never seen them before serve up the laughs as two door-to-door meat salesman who find themselves in a terrible slump. With one last chance to make good or get fired, the partners head out to close a perfect prospect but wind up in the middle of a big beef between desperate mobsters, ruthless killers and a sultry seductress. Now, either they find a way to get out of this mess alive - and hopefully make a killer sale in the process - or they're dead meat!