399°
EXPIRED
pans labyrinth dvd £[email protected] Tesco
pans labyrinth dvd  £3@ Tesco

pans labyrinth dvd £[email protected] Tesco

Buy forBuy forBuy for£3
GETGet dealVisit site and get deal
Saw this in Bridgend Tesco today in cheap rack never seen this film before but told it is good

24 Comments

heat added! this film is fantastic

Yes, it is a fantastic film but maybe it should be said: It looks like it might be a 'fantasy' style kids movie but it is certainly not. It is quite disturbing and violent (bottling scene!) in places and definitely not in the same league as; say; Dark Crystal or Labyrinth. I've heard it said before that people thought it was like a Jim Henson variety film but it's far from it. Like I said though, as long as you know what the basis for the film is, it is a superb story - albeit a bit twisted.

Most definitely worth the meagre sum of £3.00.

Does it come in English yet? (dubbed)
Edited by: "itsisnot" 15th Dec 2010

itsisnot

Does it come in English yet? (dubbed)

as far as i know its just subbed. lucky for me i understand it with out

I'd recommend the blu-ray version for a film like this, assuming its any good (I have the hd version which I paid a similar price to the dvd listed here) good film but definitely twisted, comparing this to labryinth is like comparing teletubbies to the saw franchise

The DVD has subtitles and dubbed English on it. Or the one I have does and the subtitles is massively superior to the cack dubbing.

This was the best film of that year. Perfect. Why on earth would you want a dubbed version?

my husband took me to see this on my birthday one year, thinking it would be like Alice in Wonderland or something oO Bad mistake, it's worse than chainsaw massacre. Wish I could get a version for under 12's because the good bits were lovely.

unbelievable movie. had me in tears and had to turn away at one point (the nazi and the wine bottle). so so powerful.

its spooky but such a good film

top film, well worth £3

Why does no1 mention the cheek cutting bit? everyone is fascinated by the bottle scene... although it is weird how his nose becomes inverted and hes not a nazi! He's an Italian who licks nazi bum.

Great film though.

Quite a slow start, the bottle scene actually woke me up so perhaps it's remembered because it is so suprising and contrary to what came before. You will be gripped by the end though.

a very overrated film. I saw this when Channel 4 showed it a year or so ago and failed to see why people got into it so much.

Avenger1324 - You are entitled to your opinion but I think you'll find that you are very much in the minority.

Well worth the money in my opinion. Interesting film. I actually prefer "The Devil's Backbone" which is not as dark or twisted as it sounds, by the same director. All in Spanish, mind, but the subtitles are high quality and accurate (I speak fluent Spanish).

Go for the bluray if you have a player. If not then £3 is definitely worth it.

Stick to the subtitles though.

It's a great film, but very visual. You're really gonna want this one on bluray.

nascent

It's a great film, but very visual. You're really gonna want this one on … It's a great film, but very visual. You're really gonna want this one on bluray.



I have it on bluray and totally agree with your comment

s4m312

and hes not a nazi! He's an Italian who licks nazi bum..



He's Spanish

anderg

Well worth the money in my opinion. Interesting film. I actually prefer … Well worth the money in my opinion. Interesting film. I actually prefer "The Devil's Backbone" which is not as dark or twisted as it sounds, by the same director. All in Spanish, mind, but the subtitles are high quality and accurate (I speak fluent Spanish).



Haven't seen that one, must get it. I did rate "The Orphanage" which was also produced by Guillermo del Toro, has a similar feel to it to Pans Labyrinth.

One of my fave films - great price. Heat added

Master Piece, must see and a complete steal at £3!
But have to agree that watching this in HD will blow your mind, that and dubbing is for donuts and completely kills the atmosphere/emotion of any foreign film.

Get it you won't be disappointed!

Also Del Toro's 'The Devil's Backbone (2001)' is another cracking Spanish film as is the highly recommended 'The Orphanage'

The graphic violence was a turn-off.

Original Poster

i have just watched it and i enjoyed it
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text