Supervillains in Film: Where are you now?

Supervillainy is a profession in decline. Once upon a time, the authorities would routinely declare themselves ‘baffled’ by the latest well-choreographed crime spree: today, priceless works of art are protected by only modest security; the police confident they won’t be stolen from under their very noses. Where have all the evil masterminds gone? A...

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Dr Mabuse: Der Spieler (Masters of Cinema)

Fritz Lang, 1922

One of the legendary epics of the silent cinema — and the first part of a trilogy that Fritz Lang developed up to the very end of his career, Dr. Mabuse the ... More

£13.99 Blu-ray

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Spione (Masters of Cinema)

Fritz Lang, 1928

Newly restored to its original length, Lang's penultimate silent film is a flawlessly constructed and labyrinthine spy thriller in which Lang's famous passio... More

£11.99 DVD

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The Testament of Dr Mabuse (Masters of Cinema)

Fritz Lang, 1932

Not only a follow-up to Lang's earlier Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler, but also, with the presence of Otto Wernicke's Police Commissioner Lohmann, a semi-sequel to ... More

£9.99 DVD+Blu-ray

Danger: Diabolik

Mario Bava, 1968

Made at the height of the Swinging '60s, Mario Bava's stylish, tongue-in-cheek adaptation of the popular Italian comic strip Diabolik captures all the lavish... More

£5.99 DVD

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Dr Mabuse: Der Spieler (Masters of Cinema) (Steelbook)

Fritz Lang, 1922

One of the legendary epics of the silent cinema — and the first part of a trilogy that Fritz Lang developed up to the very end of his career, Dr. Mabuse the ... More

£23.99 Blu-ray

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The Testament of Dr Mabuse (Masters of Cinema) (Steelbook)

Fritz Lang, 1932

Not only a follow-up to Lang's earlier Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler, but also, with the presence of Otto Wernicke's Police Commissioner Lohmann, a semi-sequel to ... More

£17.49 DVD+Blu-ray