Films starring David Bowie

The Last Temptation of Christ

Martin Scorsese, 1988

Scorsese's controversial adaptation of Kazantzakis' book is a dusty, evocative portrait of a soul torn between divinity and worldly pain and sexuality. Un... More

£6.99 DVD

The Man Who Fell to Earth (Restored)

Nicolas Roeg, 1976

In Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, an alien (David Bowie) arrives on Earth in search of water to save his own dying planet. Assuming the name Thoma... More

£11.99 Blu-ray

Labyrinth (Collectors Edition)

Jim Henson, 1986

Family-oriented fantasy featuring a host of incredible characters from muppet-man Jim Henson's creature workshop. Suburban girl Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is ... More

£7.99 DVD

The Man Who Fell to Earth (Restored)

Nicolas Roeg, 1976

In Nicolas Roeg's The Man Who Fell to Earth, an alien (David Bowie) arrives on Earth in search of water to save his own dying planet. Assuming the name Thoma... More

£10.99 DVD

Labyrinth

Jim Henson, 1986

Family-oriented fantasy featuring a host of incredible characters from muppet-man Jim Henson's creature workshop. Suburban girl Sarah (Jennifer Connelly) is ... More

£9.99 Blu-ray

The Hunger

Tony Scott, 1983

Catherine Deneuve is an ancient vampire who attempts to seduce a young Susan Sarandon after the death of her companion. An uneven but interesting contemporar... More

£8.99 DVD

Arthur And The Invisibles

Luc Besson, 2006

Luc Besson turns his vivid imagination to the world that exists beneath our feet in this live action computer animated family adventure. It's been 4 years si... More

£6.99 DVD

Extras (Series 2)

Ricky Gervais, 2006

Andy's sitcom, 'When The Whistle Blows' has finally gone into production, but success is not all it's cracked up to be. Gervais' follow up to the smash hit T... More

£9.99 DVD

The Last Temptation of Christ

Martin Scorsese, 1988

Scorsese's controversial adaptation of Kazantzakis' book is a dusty, evocative portrait of a soul torn between divinity and worldly pain and sexuality. Un... More

£9.99 Blu-ray