Bada-bing, bada-boom! Follow in the footsteps of Tony Soprano during a bus tour of 'The Sopranos' filming sites. If you couldn’t get enough of the hit HBO series, you won't want to leave New York without joining this informative tour through New Jersey. See Pizza Land, the Muffler Man and other sites used in the opening credits; stop at Father Phil’s parish; and sit in the restaurant booth where the final scene was filmed. Upgrade for priority coach seating and better access to the guide, an actor on the set.
We are a small group of life-long Venice residents who know and love our community and are dedicated to sharing the hippest town in all of California with the world. The opposite of the boring-by-the-book tourists tours we all love to hate, Venice Bike Tours' raconteur guides will take you to places you'll never find on your own, and tell you stories you will hear nowhere else.For an intimate behind the scenes visit to boisterous Venice - home to painters, poets and performance artists; street vendors, bohemians and eccentrics - bracketed with the coolest canals this side of Italy and meta-world-famous Muscle Beach - Venice Beach Bike Tours has a bike waiting for you.Our merry band is led by Venice Beach's own Tony Panzica, professional actor, James Dean impersonator, and basketball trickster extraordinaire, who knows his home town like the back of his hand...and has vibrant, amusing, history-drenched insider stories to tell.
Tony Stark may have met his match – it's Whiplash! Official Funko Wobbler with Bobble-Head action. Based on Iron Man's foe from the second installment of the Iron Man movies. This Wobbler recreates the insane Eastern bloc villain with a detailed facial sculpt based on actor Mickey Rourke's appearance. Bobblehead also comes with his trademark energy whips. Window box packaging. This villainous Whiplash bobble head stands approximately 15cm (6 ) tall.
SING YOUR SONG is an inspiring story of performance and protest, from a superstar singer and actor who was on the front lines of practically every progressive political battle in modern memory. Along the way he became close to some of the most talented and influential people of the latter half of the 20th Century – from fellow students at his acting class Tony Curtis, Marlon Brando, Sidney Poitier and Walter Matthau, to Eleanor Roosevelt, James Baldwin, Bob Dylan, Fidel Castro, Miriam Makeba and Nelson Mandela. But it was his intimate relationship with civil rights hero Dr Martin Luther King that was to be the most significant of his long political life.
88 Films returns a true terror titan to UK BluRay in this buzzin' edition of CANDYMAN: FAREWELL TO THE FLESH!! The sequel to Clive Barker's original 1993 shocker, this 1995 follow-up brings the ever-threatening Tony Todd, and his hook-handed bogeyman, back to the big screen but this time in New Orleans. As before, our antagonist is a mix of nightmarish skin-slicer and seductive-voiced stalker - but one thing is for sure: not many characters will be leaving this sanguine-splashed sequel with their insides still intact! Also featuring Kelly Rowan (ASSASINS) and directed by the Oscar winning Bill Condon (CHICAGO), FAREWELL TO THE FLESH is one of the highest achievements in nineties horror sequel-dom! Special Features: Limited Edition O-Card slipcase [First Print Run Only] Limited Edition Collectors' Booklet by Film Journalists Dave Wain and Matty Budrewicz [First Print Run Only] High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation DTS-HD MA 5.1 Soundtrack DTS-HD MA Stereo Audio Optional English SDH Subtitles Audio Commentary by Director Bill Condon The Candyman Legacy - Interview with Actor Tony Todd Down Memory Lane - Interview with Actress Veronica Cartwright Original Theatrical Trailer
Dare you say his name five times? From the chilling imagination of horror master Clive Barker (Hellraiser, Nightbreed), comes Candyman - one of the greatest horror movies of the '90s, now newly restored on Blu-ray from Arrow Video When grad student Helen Lyne (Virginia Madsen) begins working on a thesis about urban legends, she comes across the terrifying tale of the Candyman - a vengeful, hook-handed spirit who can be summoned by saying his name five times in the mirror. As her research leads her into the bowels of Chicago's deprived housing projects and deeper into the Candyman's world, Helen learns that some legends are best left well alone. Expertly directed by British filmmaker Bernard Rose (Paperhouse) and boasting an astounding score by composer Philip Glass, Candyman ingeniously reworks Clive Barker's original short story The Forbidden (originally published as part of his groundbreaking Books of Blood series) into a modern horror parable that remains as timely today as ever. Special Edition Contents: Brand new restoration of the US R-rated version from a new 4K scan of the original negative, supervised and approved by writer-director Bernard Rose and director of photography Anthony B. Richmond 5.1 DTS-HD MA and Original Uncompressed Stereo 2.0 Audio Brand new audio commentary with writer-director Bernard Rose and actor Tony Todd Brand New audio commentary with authors Stephen Jones and Kim Newman Be My Victim - a brand new interview with actor Tony Todd It Was Always You, Helen - a brand new interview with actor Virginia Madsen The Writing on the Wall: The Production Design of Candyman - a brand new interview with production designer Jane Ann Stewart Forbidden Flesh: The Makeup FX of Candyman - brand new interviews with special makeup effects artists Bob Keen, Gary J. Tunnicliffe and Mark Coulier A Story to Tell: Clive Barker's The Forbidden - writer Douglas E. Winter on Clive Barker's seminal Books of Blood and Candyman's source story, The Forbidden Urban Legend: Unwrapping Candyman - a critical analysis of the film with writers Tananarive Due and Steven Barnes Original theatrical trailer Image Gallery Three rarely seen Bernard Rose short films newly restored in HD: A Bomb With No Name on It (1975), The Wreckers (1976), and Looking at Alice (1977)
After writing Taxi Driver for Martin Scorsese, Paul Schrader made his directorial debut with this profane and profound drama about life on the factory floor of a Detroit car manufacturing plant. With explosive performances from the great Richard Pryor (Silver Streak, Stir Crazy), Harvey Keitel (The Border, Pulp Fiction) and Yaphet Kotto (Live and Let Die, Alien), Blue Collar presents one of the most authentic portraits of working-class life in all American cinema, and is one of the finest films of the 1970s. Extras: Indicator Standard Edition Special Features: High Definition remaster Original mono audio Audio commentary with writer-director Paul Schrader and author Maitland McDonagh Paul Schrader BFI Masterclass (1982, 106 mins): the filmmaker presents a fascinating summary of the many issues and ideas he explores in his screenwriting class, recorded at the National Film Theatre, London 'Visions’: Interview with Paul Schrader (1982): archival interview, presented in two versions – the broadcast cut with its original Tony Rayns introduction (21 mins), and the complete interview rushes with a newly recorded introduction by Tony Rayns (58 mins) Keith Gordon on ‘Blue Collar’ (2018, 12 mins): a new filmed appreciation by the filmmaker and actor Original theatrical trailer Josh Olson trailer commentary (2013, 3 mins): a short critical appreciation. Image gallery: on-set and promotional photography New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
A lavish British musical from the 1950s, this glamorous romantic comedy stars actress and dancer Vera-Ellen, whose Hollywood pedigree included films with Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire and Bing Crosby. Co-starring singer and actor Tony Martin and then-rising British starlet Zena Marshall, Let's Be Happy is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. On receiving an inheritance from her grandfather, Canadian Jeannie MacLean decides to visit the family's Scottish roots. On the plane she meets businessman Stanley Smith, and romance blossoms in Edinburgh. The complications begin when Stanley breaks a date with Jeannie to woo voluptuous redhead Helene, and Jeannie is flattered by the attentions of the impoverished Lord McNairn; he's heard about her good fortune, and gallantly offers to show her the city... much to the annoyance of Stanley!
First aired in December 1960, Coronation Street is the longest running, most watched soap opera in Britain. This boxed set of the best episodes from the 1990s is released to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of everyone's favourite show. Winning numerous accolades, the show was described as the most successful television programme in British history by the Royal Television Society, and creator Tony Warren was made an MBE in 1976. The dramas of Weatherfield’s residents have kept viewers enthralled throughout the soap’s history, and this volume of classic episodes from the 1990s allows fans to revisit key moments and storylines of that decade. Newcomers include the unhappily married Des and Steph Barnes, loner Roy Cropper, wheelchair-bound battleaxe Maud Grimes, butcher Fred Elliott, scheming barmaid Tanya Poole, aspiring model Raquel Wolstenhulme, and the troublesome Battersby family; noted writers include Shameless creator Paul Abbott, and actor and playwright Stephen Mallatratt.