With diving feature. Movable gripper arms and shooting function. Dimensions: 13-23 x 8 x 11 cm (LxWxH) Specifications: Figures: Two men Animals: 1 lobster Accessories: 1 sub bot, 1 underwater scooter, 1 headset, 2 diving fins, 1 bottom plate with marine plants, 2 large projectiles, 2 small projectiles, 1 double cannon, 2 robot fish
Disney's first venture into the realm of CGI animation (without Pixar) tells the tale of all-animal town Oakey Oaks's most infamous resident, Chicken Little (voiced by Zach Braff), who causes town-wide panic when he claims the sky is falling. A year later he's still shunned by everyone, including his dad (Gary Marshall), a single rooster with an incredibly wide tie. Determined to end his losing streak, the bespectacled Little joins the baseball team, even though he can barely lift the bat. Luckily his three equally outcast friends have faith in him: a pig with a yen for '70s disco (Steve Zahn); a Harpo Marx-esque goldfish in a diving helmet; and Abby, a buck-toothed female duckling (Joan Cusak). According to her sources in magazines such as Modern Mallard, Abby is sure Chicken Little merely needs closure with dad over the sky incident. But when the sky really does start falling due to a full-on alien invasion, and only Chicken Little knows why, dad still doesn't want to believe him. Kids are sure to understand Chick's frustration in this matter, and parents will dig the sly riffs on films like 'Vertigo' (1958), 'The Blob' (1959), 'Independence Day' (1996), and 'War Of The Worlds' (1953), as well as Disney's own back catalogue. In place of the usual musical numbers, 'Chicken Little' includes montages set to Barenaked Ladies songs and reinterpreted pop favourites (the old Art Garfunkel gut-wrencher, 'All I Know', is a standout), while celebrity voiceovers come from Harry Shearer, Wallace Shawn, Patrick Stewart, Adam West, and Don Knotts, with Amy Sedaris as the obnoxious 'Foxy Loxy'.
The Fantomex Love Pentagram explodes! With the truth about their sordid past fully revealed, can Fantomex, Psylocke and Cluster look each other in the eye? Now we know what Psylocke did last summer, and it’s a doozy! But every psychic ninja needs a vicious animal with no impulse control and a short temper to back her up, right? The skies of Madripoor run red as the Uncanny X-Force faces off against Fantomex.Fantomex.and Fantomex! Newly reunited, the team must cope with the fallout of their recent decisions. Bishop provides more information about the dangerous threats they face but can he be believed, or is he only manipulating X-Force? Plus: A terrifying, surprise villain from the past is definitely playing chess (not checkers) across Los Angeles. And the secrets of the Revenants are revealed! Collecting Uncanny X-Force (2013) #7-12.
British film icon Kenneth More stars opposite Shirley Anne Field and Michael Hordern in this madcap sci-fi satire from director Basil Dearden. Scripted by Oscar nominees Michael Relph and Bryan Forbes, Man in the Moon is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited aspect ratio. William Blood is Mr Normal, yet he's also rather strange: his immunity to illness and inability to worry enable him to make a living as a human guinea pig. A team of 'NASTI' scientists have an extraordinary mission lined up for William, however – rather than risk the lives of highly trained astronauts (or test animals!), they want to send him to the Moon... SPECIAL FEATURES: Image gallery Original pressbook PDF Original theatrical trailer
Season Two of Z Nation is bigger, louder and crazier than season one. After Citizen Z broadcasts Murphy's identity and offers a fake bounty from the CDC to get him to California safely, the whole world seems to be after 'The Murphy'. Barely surviving the nuclear blasts, Warren and our heroes pursue Murphy East and South, avoiding the fallout. This season's journey sees them battle a variety of new zombies; Radioactive Blaster Zombies, Phyto-Zombies used for growing Z-Weed, Alien Zombies from Roswell, Zombie Animals, and of course, another Zombie Baby! Some favourite characters from Season One will die along the way in surprisingly emotional episodes. Meanwhile several new characters join the apocalypse this season. A mysterious Bounty Hunter with a deadly secret, named Vasquez, will become a reluctant member of the team. In addition our heroes will have a new season-long nemesis, Escorpion, (Emillio Rivera from Sons of Anarchy) the leader of a surviving drug cartel called the Zeros, who are after Murphy's blood for their own purposes. Will our heroes get Murphy to California? Find out in the 15-episode Season 2 of Z Nation. 'Z Nation is an insane, hi-octane gorefest that'll go to town on your funny bone via your adrenal gland, and whisk your brain away on holiday to the outer reaches of imagination.' - Den of Geek.
Join conservationalist David Youldon and his colleagues at the African Lion And Environmental Research Trust, as they try to stem the decline of the wild African lions. Shot in Zimbabwe, the programme follows David and the team as they encourage the animals to develop their natural skills so they can live independently and so their cubs can be released into the wild.
Granada’s landmark anthropological series, broadcast over three decades, remains an extraordinary triumph of cutting-edge documentary making. Internationally acclaimed, award-winning films offer intimate portraits of remote communities such as the Cuiva, Embera and Panare Indians of Colombia, the nomadic Tuareg of the Sahara, the Kurdish Dervishes and the Meo of China, while highlighting the fragility of these ancient cultures – many of which had been squeezed to the point of extinction at the time of filming.Developed from an idea by former World In Action producer Brian Moser, who had witnessed at first hand the relentless and rapid destruction of native Indian tribes in Latin America, Disappearing World displayed an unprecedented foregrounding of its subjects, who spoke freely about their lives and values in their own languages and were filmed engaged in daily activities. A generous budget and much freedom was granted to the production and research team, and the series’ constantly evolving presentation format also acknowledged current concerns within the field about the portrayal of ‘primitive’ societies. The films were made easily accessible to schools and universities, and remain a valuable educational resource.Disappearing World was groundbreaking television whose aim extended far beyond the remit of ‘serious’ or ‘educational’ television, setting the standard for future investigative programming. This first volume collects 15 documentaries, initially broadcast between 1970 and 1975.Please note that this DVD contains uncensored footage of primitive societies which features intermittent scenes of nudity, tribal rituals and animal cruelty that form part of their indigenous cultures.
In one of the most innovative natural history series ever presented, Spy in the Wild deploys over 30 ultra-realistic animatronic Spy Creatures to go undercover in the animal world. This 5 x 60 BBC One series captures unique animal behaviour closer than ever before. Using special spy cameras invented by film maker John Downer s team at John Downer Productions, the viewer is plunged into the very heart of the extraordinary lives of over thirty fascinating animals across the world, including langurs, orang-utans, meerkats and crocodiles, revealing behaviour that is remarkably like our own. To expose some of the most astonishing animal behaviour ever seen, the team of Spy Creatures go undercover. These robotic look-alikes make all the right moves to not only be accepted by animals but also interact with them, providing revelatory insights into their world.
In Victorian Farm, a specialist team – Ruth Goodman, Peter Ginn and Alex Langlands – devoted a year of their lives to re-creating life in a 19th century rural environment. From the warmth of summer to the depths of winter, the clock has been turned back over a hundred years to rediscover this almost forgotten world. From planting and harvesting crops to animal husbandry; from building pigsties to bee-keeping; from tree-felling to driving steam engines and operating period machinery, this hardy group - in their search for the authentic experience - undertook it all, wearing period costumes and using only tools and materials available in 1885. In the special Victorian Farm Christmas episodes, Ruth, Peter and Alex returned to the farm to rebuild a blacksmith’s forge and undertake all the elements of a rural Victorian Christmas. There’s Christmas food and festivities to prepare from 1850s’ mincemeat to butter, bread, Christmas puddings and a multi-bird Christmas pie; gifts to be made, ribbons to be dyed, and old fashioned remedies to be prepared for what ails them.
Series One In one of the most innovative natural history series ever presented, Spy in the Wild deploys over 30 ultra-realistic animatronic Spy Creatures to go undercover in the animal world. This 5 x 60’ BBC One series captures unique animal behaviour closer than ever before. Using special “spy cameras” invented by film maker John Downer’s team at John Downer Productions, the viewer is plunged into the very heart of the extraordinary lives of over thirty fascinating animals across the world, including langurs, orang-utans, meerkats and crocodiles, revealing behaviour that is remarkably like our own. To expose some of the most astonishing animal behaviour ever seen, the team of Spy Creatures go undercover. These robotic look-alikes make all the right moves to not only be accepted by animals but also interact with them, providing revelatory insights into their world. Narrated by David Tennant. Series Two Witness nature’s greatest dramas and emotional encounters up close as Spy in the Wild returns with its revolutionary spy cameras. The latest series explores mass gatherings among the animal kingdom as its even more lifelike spy creatures infiltrate communities and take you into the heart of the action. Why do animals gather for one-off events? What does it feel like to be part of the herd? And how do they cope with the changing seasons and climate? Become part of a gorilla family for the day, discover the drama of koala breeding season, and feel the heat of battle as Komodo dragons battle for supremacy. Narrated by David Tennant