Exclusive! Eight classic DVDs you'll only find at MovieMail
We're excited to present eight brilliant new DVDs from Sony, available exclusively from MovieMail. They include films from Michael Powell and Otto Preminger and star actors such as Woody Allen, Hayley Mills and Elizabeth Taylor. Available from 10th November, they're priced at just £11.99 each!
1. Bunny Lake is Missing
Dir: Otto Preminger
Gripping thriller from Otto Preminger about the search for a missing child. Riddled with unpredictable twists and sinister characters, this is a creepy and unbearably suspenseful watch.
2. Age of Consent
Dir: Michael Powell
A bitter sweet comedy starring James Mason and boasting one of Helen Mirren's first nude scenes. Mason plays an artist who succeeds in persuading Mirren to pose as his life model.
3. Take a Girl Like You
Dir: Jonathan Miller
Based on the popular Kingsley Amis novel of the same title, Take a Girl Like You is a poignantly comic tale about a morally upright Northern lass who moves South to teach. She is pursued by a married schoolmaster who goes to immoral lengths to get her into bed.
4. Zee and Co
Dir: Brian G Hutton
Elizabeth Taylor plays the immaculate Zee, a spoilt and obnoxious rich girl who is desperately trying to hold onto her philandering husband, played by Michael Caine. On confronting her husband's mistress she soon find out a few home truths.
5. Footsteps in the Fog
Dir: Arthur Lubin
An atmospheric Edwardian thriller starring Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons. Simmons plays a ruthless housemaid who threatens to reveal Granger has murdered his wife if he does not meet her demands. Fantastic performances and suspenseful to the end.
6. The Front
Dir: Martin Ritt
Set in 50s Manhattan, Prince (Woody Allen) starts acting as a 'front' for blacklisted writers and as a result is hailed as something of a creative genius. Ms. Barrett soon falls for Prince and his supposed talent. An entertaining commentary on the McCarthy era with some great performances.
Dir: David Greene
This US movie version of the upbeat Christian rock opera stays true to original. Various New York dwellers who long for liberation are enlightened through parables about humility, compassion, love, and forgiveness.
8. QB VII
Thoughtful and provocative Emmy Award winning drama in which Anthony Hopkins plays a Polish doctor accused of performing operations in a Nazi camp years earlier by an American writer. Hopkins sues and the drama unfolds in QB VII, or courtroom Queen's Bench Room 7, where the trial is held. Based on the novel by Leon Uris.