Travel in luxury in a 4 seat BMW stretch or mini-bus with actor Clayton Watson (Matrix 2/3) and his sometimes companion Maizy - gorgeous black labrador - on fun & relaxing 3 to 5 cellar door tours with lunch. Boutique wineries, cidery, port, spirits, beer & liqueurs.
Layers of Fear 2 is a first-person perspective horror game developed by Bloober Team and published by Gun Media.It is the second installment of the series. In LoF 2 the player controls the character of the Actor, hired to perform on a luxurious cruiser. What initially seemed to be a simple job of performing for bored rich folks will turn into a fight for survival against the mysterious forces that seem to be haunting the ship.GameplayLayers of Fear 2 is an exploration based FPP game. The player controls a nameless Actor, who travels across the narrow corridors of the cruiser ship, trying to search the character he’s supposed to be playing within himself. The game’s world is not linear, however, and traversing it is not as simple as just going through a door. As the Actor’s mind begins to unravel, the corridors seem to be leading nowhere, doors that used to lead into one place now lead someplace completely different. The player's job is to traverse these haunted halls trying to piece together the actor’s past and not lose their mind as time and space start playing tricks around them.Story summaryYou are an actor. No, correction, you are THE ACTOR! Your job is to bring people joy or sadness, courage, and fear. Your performance must be perfect, forthe acting craft cares little about those who are less than. You are the main event, the centerpiece, the man of the hour. So, act. Board the luxurious cruiser and make these rich folks weep the tears of joy, sorrow or fear. The stage demands your total commitment. Find the character within you, lose yourself completely to the part you’re playing, so much that you start doubting what is real! The stage is yours. The camera is rolling. Time for your performance is now!ReceptionThe Layers of Fear 2 was met with positive reception from the critics.Reviews praised the games setting and old cinema-related themes. They noted the psychological horror aspects of the game created by changing environments and references to the history of cinema, which complemented the story of the game.
A remote getaway for Kristen and James is disturbed by a 4am knock on the door and the terrifying invasion of their home by three masked strangers. At the mercy of the intruders whose motive is unknown, the young couple must fight to survive a night of psychological torment and brutal violence in this ‘Home Invasion’ classic. SPECIAL FEATURES: Includes Theatrical Cut and Extended Cut Because You Were Home: a new Interview with Director Bryan Bertino Cutting Moments: a new interview with Editor Kevin Greutert The Fighter: a new interview with Actor Liv Tyler The Pin‐Up Girl: a new interview with Actor Laura Margolis The Elements of Terror: interviews with cast and crew Strangers at the Door: interviews with Director Bryan Bertino and cast Deleted Scenes, Theatrical Trailer LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS Limited Edition of only 3,000 Rigid slipcase Soft cover book with new essays by Anton Bitel and Mary Beth McAndrews plus stills and behind‐the‐scenes images Poster with new artwork
Directed by Austrian émigré Paul L. Stein, Red Wagon features the screen debut of the sixteen-year-old Jimmy Hanley, the Rank Organisation star who would become British cinemagoers' favourite 'boy next door', with American character actor Charles Bickford, silent-era star Greta Nissen, and Hanley's future Huggetts co-star Amy Veness. Adapted from Lady Eleanor Smith's novel, this 1934 feature tells the story of Joe Prince, an orphan child of circus people who, after many struggles, achieves his life-long ambition of owning a circus. Red Wagon is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements.
When Sally inherits a country house, her young brother Ronald, an aspiring journalist, hits on a sensational way to make his first big scoop: Sally will 'disappear', and he will be arrested for her murder! At his trial she will reappear, his acquittal will follow, and he will be able to supply his paper with an exclusive story. Sally and her fiance, Bill, fall in with the scheme. However, there are complications which they had not foreseen...This humorous thriller was among several ’30s films featuring Aileen Marson, a tragically short-lived British actress whose career briefly flourished on both sides of the Atlantic. Marson’s co-stars include impeccable comedic actor and singer Billy Milton, and veteran screen villain Noah Beery; the film is directed by leading silent-era director/actor/writer Herbert Brenon – nominated for Best Director at the very first Academy Awards ceremony in 1927. Someone at the Door is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
Legendary filmmaker Ovidio G. Assonitis, whose Tentacles and Piranha II sought to cash in on the killer fish craze spawned by Jaws, first hit pay dirt in 1974 with Beyond the Door − a gloriously bonkers riff on The Exorcist featuring Emmy Award-winning actress Juliet Mills and distinguished British actor Richard Johnson. Set against the backdrop of San Francisco, Beyond the Door stars Mills as Jessica Barrett, a young mother who starts to develop strange behaviours whilst pregnant with her third child. Before you can say “split pea soup,” Jessica is displaying signs of full-blown demonic possession − complete with projectile vomiting and fully-rotating head! Could it be that she’s carrying the child of the Antichrist himself? Described as “disgusting,” “scary trash” and “maddeningly inappropriate” by film critic Roger Ebert and subject to a lawsuit by Warner Bros. (who claimed copyright infringement against a certain William Friedkin film), the devilish denizens at Arrow Video have summoned up this wickedly entertaining popcorn spiller fit for Satan himself! SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS 2K restoration of the Uncut English Export Version, released as The Devil Within Her High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentation Original uncompressed mono audio Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Archival audio commentary with director/producer Ovidio G. Assonitis and Euro-horror historian Nathaniel Thompson, moderated by Lee Christian Archival audio commentary with star Juliet Mills and filmmaker Scott Spiegel, moderated by film scholar Darren Gross and Lee Christian Archival introduction with Juliet Mills and Lee Christian The Devil and Me – an interview with director/producer Ovidio G. Assonitis Barrett’s Hell – an interview with writer/ cinematographer Roberto D’Ettorre Piazzoli Beyond the Music – an interview with composer Franco Micalizzi The Devil’s Face – an interview with camera operator Maurizio Maggi Motels and Devils – an audio interview with actor Gabriele Lavia Beyond the Door: 35 Years Later – archival featurette including interviews with Ovidio G. Assonitis, Juliet Mills, star Richard Johnson and writer Alex Rebar Richard Johnson: An Englishman in Italy – archival featurette Alternate opening titles Trailers, TV and Radio Spots Image Gallery Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Marc Schoenbach
Eureka Entertainment to release Ron Howard’s COCOON, one of the most beloved sci-featuring a star cast of Hollywood legends, in a Special Thirtieth Anniversary Edition Blu-ray. Director Ron Howard followed up the huge success of 'Splash' the this light-hearted science-fiction tale about a group of elderly friends who find their youth returning after encountering a benevolent alien species living next door to their retirement home. Bucking the trend of extravagant special effects targeted at t teenage audience, Cocoon with its senior cast and more personal focus was a huge success, picking up two Academy Awards (Best supporting actor & Best visual effects), and remains one of the most memorable and heart-warming films of the Eighties. Eureka Entertainment are proud to present Cocoon in this special Thirtieth Anniversary Edition Blu-ray.