In addition to the Danziger Collection, Network have four new releases, set both at home and abroad, available this June... Collect those air miles with; star-studded drama Les Miserables (1989), the ITC version of the classic French novel; the 70's comedy Spanish Fly (1976), set on the Mediterranean island of Minorca; and the riotous feature film version of controversial TV series Whoops Apocalypse (1986), an outrageous satire of global politics. Or maybe you would rather stay at home with Hammer Films' The House Across the Lake (1954), an early dramatic jewel shot just a year before they made their name with the Quatermass Xperiment.
The House Across the Lake
American screen siren Hillary Brooke plays the consummate femme fatale in this gritty '50s Brit Noir from Hammer Films. an early feature by Emmy-winning writer-director Ken Hughes which has never looked better than this HD presentation and includes a brand-new commentary from Barry Forshaw.
Following the success of both The Count of Monte-Cristo and The Man in the Iron Mask, ITC re-teamed with Norman Rosemont Productions to produce what is arguably the definitive version of Victor Hugo's classic tale of injustice and redemption, now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Comedy icons Terry-Thomas and Leslie Phillips set new levels of bounderism and caddishness in this wickedly funny, mid-'70s sex comedy directed by Bob Kellett and out in fullscreen, as-filmed version High Definition.
M*A*S*H's Loretta Swit stars alongside comedy icon Peter Cook, Seinfeld's Michael Richards and the immortal Rik Mayall in the riotous feature film version of one of television's most outrageously controversial satires, remastered in brand-new High Definition and also available on DVD!