XV marketplace are a reseller of used and pre-owned Blu Ray, DVD and game titles. They are currently offering 2 recent-release Blu Ray titles for £10 – including Wolf of Wall Street, 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle, Captain Philips and Enders Game. Hundreds more titles included in this deal.
Based on the short story ‘All You Need Is Kill’ by Hiroshi Sakurazaka, The Edge of Tomorrow follows Special Forces recruit William ‘Bill’ Cage (Tom Cruise) who is equipped with a powered exoskeleton and sent on a mission to fight an alien race known as Mimics. Cage dies in combat but, caught in a time loop, he finds himself alive again and facing the same battle. This process repeats but each time Cage grows stronger. He meets Rita Vrataski (Emily Blunt) who has been in his position and together they try to bring down the enemy.
The Edge of tomorrow is available for pre-order with a release date of October 13th 2014.
Amazon currently have the latest Bourne boxset, including the 4th movie starring Jeremy Renner, for just £10.60. This is a cheap as I’ve seen it.
Some might argue that £39.99 is not particularly great value for 6 old movies. But the price of this boxset has stayed stubbornly high since it’s release back in September 2011, rarely dipping below the £45-£50 mark. Base currently have it for £39.99.
A smashing price for the first 3 seasons of The Walking Dead. For those who haven’t seen it, The Walking Dead starts where police officer Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) wakes from a coma to find the world in the grip of a zombie epidemic. He joins a small encampment on the outskirts of Atlanta, where a band of human survivors struggle to withstand the terrifying advances of the walking dead. Extremely graphic and violent, nevertheless it’s one of the best examples of the zombie genre.
A winner has been chosen in our JUNE Blu Ray giveaway! The winner is Andrew Melarkey – congratulations Andrew!
Play.com seem to be a haven of bargains at the moment – some real good Blu Ray deals happening. Here’s a little taster:
A top price for this, the Triple Play edition of the Deathly Hallows Part 2. Complete with Blu Ray, DVD and digital copy, although be warned – usually when they are this cheap it’s because the digital copy has expired. But realistically, does anybody ever use the digital copy??
After being sent to Earth by his parents to prevent him from dying in the destruction of his home planet Krypton, an infant boy is taken in by Kansas farmer Jonathan Kent (Kevin Costner) and his wife Martha (Diane Lane), who name the child Clark. Growing up Clark (Cooper Timberline/Dylan Sprayberry) begins to discover the true potential of the superpowers he possesses but with this comes a sense of responsibility. In his 20s Clark (Henry Cavill) gets a job as a newspaper reporter at ‘The Daily Planet’ where he meets and later becomes romantically involved with colleague Lois Lane (Amy Adams). When an evil force threatens the Earth and its inhabitants, Clark resumes his true identity as a superhero and fights to save the planet
Thanks to everyone who took part in our June Blu Ray Giveaway. The June competition has closed and we are in the process of choosing a winner.
But fear not – the JULY competition is now LIVE! The winner will receive a new or recent release Blu Ray. Just to remind you of the T&C’s:
1) Any LIKES received on a post from that calendar month will qualify as “1 entry” into the monthly giveaway.
2) If the post is SHARED or a COMMENT made on the post, a further entry to the monthly giveaway is recorded.
3) There is no limit to how many posts in that calendar month an individual user can like/share/comment on.
1) Any retweets of any of the tweets posted for that calendar month will qualify for “1 entry” into the monthly giveaway.
The lucky winner will be chosen at random from all qualifying entries, and will be offered a choice from a selection of Blu Rays, usually new or recent Blu Ray releases from that month.
Why are we doing this? Simple. Most people use Facebook and Twitter to catch up with their favourite subjects. The days of blogs and forums are numbered, social media is where it’s all happening. However, the Facebook newsfeed does not actually show you everything; it shows you what it thinks you might like.
When you like a page, it is reasonable to think that you will see all updates from that page, and actually, that’s probably what you want. That’s not how it works – Facebook only show you approximately 1 IN 20 of the posts from a “liked” page. The only way to see more is to INTERACT with the page by liking/commenting/sharing.
So by liking our posts, this tells Facebook that the post is interesting and they will show it to more of our followers. It helps us to reach more people with great Blu Ray deals.