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Title: Them
Starring: James Whitmore
Released: 17th February 2003
Price: £15.99

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Man has split the atom and ushered in a new era, but atomic experiments in the New Mexico desert have an unforseen side-effect: the development of a nest of giant radioactive ants which threaten to take over the world! Once they reach the 700 miles of storm drains beneath Los Angeles, can these terrifying atomic creatures be contained? James Whitmore, James Arness and Edmund Gwenn star in this landmark movie, the finest of the "creature features" of the 1950s. Be prepared for some superb Academy Award® nominated special effects that will have you diving behind the sofa!

This DVD release will feature a 1.33:1 transfer as well as Mono 1.0 soundtrack. Extras fair a little better with selected out-takes, a still gallery and a theatrical trailer. As mentioned Them will be in shops from 17th February and should retail for around £15.99.

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Title: The Swarm
Starring: Michael Caine
Released: 17th February 2003
Price: £15.99

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Killer bees from South America and Africa are swarming into the USA, and only entomologist Brad Crane (Michael Caine) understands the deadly danger. Can he prevent the swarm from reaching Houston and threatening mankind? Directed by Irwin Allen (The Poseiden Adventure, The Towering Inferno) this DVD is packed with enough stars for five movies: Caine, Katherine Ross, Richard Widmark, Olivia de Havilland, Henry Fonda, Fred MacMurray, Richard Chamberlain, Jose Ferrer, Patty Duke Astin, Lee Grant and Bradford Dillman. But the real scene-stealers are the supporting cast: an estimated 22 million bees, which make The Swarm a nightmare that will give you quite a buzz!

The Swarm DVD will receive a 2.35:1 transfer, with a 2.0 Dolby Surround soundtrack. Extras included with the release are a Behind the scenes documentary "Inside The Swarm" and a theatrical trailer. As with the DVD release of Them, this DVD will also be in shops from 17th February and should retail for around £15.99.

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