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The Guillermo Del Toro Collection [Box Set] DVD £11.60 delivered @ Sendit!

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Pan's Labyrinth: Pan's Labyrinth is in many ways a companion to The Devil's Backbone, combining magical fantasy with the harsh realities of the Spanish Civil War. Ofelia is a young girl uprooted to…
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Pan's Labyrinth:

Pan's Labyrinth is in many ways a companion to The Devil's Backbone, combining magical fantasy with the harsh realities of the Spanish Civil War. Ofelia is a young girl uprooted to a remote military outpost commanded by her new stepfather, a general in Franco's army. Powerless and lonely, Ofelia discovers a neglected labyrinth behind the family home. There she meets Pan, a fantastical creature who challenges her with three tasks which he claims will reveal her true identity.

The Devil's Backbone:

A deliciously dark horror, The Devil's Backbone tells the tale of a remote Spanish orphanage during the final days of the Civil War whose young inhabitants are brutally terrorised by Santi, a decomposing spirit who stalks the building's dark, decaying hallways. But as the film builds to its explosive finale, the children learn the true story of Santi's death. Produced by Pedro Almodovar, the film heralded Del Toro's return to more personal filmmaking.

Cronos:

Del Toro's chilling directorial debut marked him out as a formidable talent. Blackly comic Jesus Gris, an elderly antiques dealer who discovers an ancient mechanical device once belonging to a 16th century alchemist. Shaped like a beetle, the device houses an immortal parasite which offers the ageing antiquarian the chance of eternal life. The cost? An extreme aversion to daylight and an agonising thirst for human blood.
Special FeaturesFeature Length Commentary.
16 Page Booklet.
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#1
All 3 films fantastic, particularly Chronos well acted good story line. If you like world cinemas or horrors or just things that are a bit diff!!!

Then give this a try!!

Good Post!!!

Better get my forever getting poorer card out!!!!
#2
I've been meaning to buy Pans and Devils for ages... I've got a really bad quality Devils backbone downloaded that i've been feeling guitly about watching, so this will send the Nigel to heaven ;)
Never heard of Chronos, so that's a bonus.

Cheers,
#3
If you like these then you'll probably like "THE ORPHANAGE" good ending.
#4
hairychad
I've been meaning to buy Pans and Devils for ages... I've got a really bad quality Devils backbone downloaded that i've been feeling guitly about watching, so this will send the Nigel to heaven ;)
Never heard of Chronos, so that's a bonus.

Cheers,


Chronos is amazing! :D

Great deal too!
#5
SPAMDOG
If you like these then you'll probably like "THE ORPHANAGE" good ending.


Brilliant film too. Pans Labyrinth was amazing on blu-ray, shame there aren't any reasonably priced.
#6
now showing as £12.90 for me.
#7
magic box set - devil's backbone is my fave and even at £25 this would be a fine price for such quality
#8
SPAMDOG
If you like these then you'll probably like "THE ORPHANAGE" good ending.


Agreed - just watched it on Blu-ray the other night... brilliant! Pan's Labyrinth is awesome too... quite fancy seeing the others now. :thumbsup:
#9
I am getting this set and the Stanley Kubrick collection FREE with a new subscription to DVD & Blu-ray review, which is an enjoyable read anyway, sub price of £10 every 3 months, cancel anytime. Perhaps I should be posting this as a deal ?? here's the link.
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