From Dusk Till Dawn Trilogy (Box Set) - £5.99 delivered @ Play
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From Dusk Till Dawn Trilogy (Box Set) - £5.99 delivered @ Play

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Found 3rd Feb 2010
From Dusk Till Dawn: From the creators of 'Pulp Fiction' and 'Desperado' comes 'From Dusk Till Dawn', a wild and wicked action thriller. A deranged convict, along with his fast-talking brother, kidnap a preacher and his two kids, and flee for the safety of a remote nightclub in Mexico. But once they arrive, they discover that the club is anything but a safe haven for criminals. Its bloodthirsty clientele forces the brothers to team up with their hostages in order to escape alive. Hilarious dialogue and outrageous plot twists make 'From Dusk Till Dawn' a wildly entertaining thrill ride for audiences everywhere.

From Dusk Till Dawn 2 - Texas Blood Money: Get ready for non-stop action when a bank-robbing gang of misfits heads to Mexico with the blueprints for the perfect million-dollar heist! But when one of the key crooks wanders into the wrong bar and crosses the wrong vampire the thieving cohorts one by one develop a thirst for blood to match their hunger for money! Ultimately, the last fully human burglar (Robert Patrick) is forced to join with his arch rival, a Texas sheriff (Bo Hopkins), in an action-packed, kill-or-be-killed battle to stop these vile creatures and save their own lives!

From Dusk Till Dawn 3 - The Hangman's Daughter: The latest bone-chilling installment of 'From Dusk Till Dawn' reveals how this frightening saga all began! Narrowly escaping death, outlaw Johnny Madrid (Marco Leonardi) is on the run from the hangman (Temuera Morrison) with the hangman's sensuous daughter Esmeralda by his side! Along with Madrid's gang, Johnny and Esmeralda embark on an adventure filled with colorful and unsavory characters who lead them straight into the fight of their lives! Also featuring Danny Trejo, Rebecca Gayheart and Michael Parks, you won't want to miss a minute of the epic confrontation that results in Esmeralda's discovery of her secret birthright!

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First film's a classic, the other 2 are not even in the same league. Though at this price worth a watch.
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