The annual 2-for-1 Disney promotion has kicked off – with Amazon offering 2 for £16 on a wide range of Disney titles including Frozen and Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy. Fill yer boots, just in time for Christmas……….
EDIT: If you prefer ASDA, they have the same offer HERE
EDIT 2: Zavvi also have a similar offer – 2 for £14.99 on standard Blu Ray or 2 for £19.99 on 3D Blu Ray – that’s an excellent price!!! Also keep an eye out for the Zavvi exclusive Steelbooks in the BOGOF.
Hugh Laurie stars in the excellent House, as a brilliant doctor with a terrible bedside manner – and Amazon have the entire collection on 39 Blu Ray Discs for just £67.70 – that’s £1.74 (ish) per disc. Cheap as chips.
The retrospective re-authoring of classic Disney movies in 3D continues, with one of Disney’s finest getting the 3D treatment. Beauty and the Beast is released on the 10th November 2014. Get your pre-orders in now!
Arguably, The Matrix is one of the greatest sci-fi movies ever made, and it’s available for just £8.10 in this Blu Ray trilogy boxset. The final two movies aren’t up to the same high standard, but £8.10 for a solid sci-fi trilogy isn’t bad. Hopefully at some point the complete boxset (including Animatrix and extras) will be released, but until then we will have to make do with this one.
Containing all 8 movies, this is a great price for this Blu Ray boxset. It has been difficult to get a hold of for a few months, and in fact the movies were (allegedly) withdrawn by the studio in the US in much the same way as Disney put their top movies into the “vault” for several years, making them unavailable to buy, before re-releasing to an adoring public. I’m not sure if that policy is worldwide, but would certainly explain the lack of availability in recent months.
Just a couple of hours after the first episode in the 5th series of Downton Abbey aired in the UK, and already it’s available to pre-order. With a street date of 17th November, it’s perfect timing for Christmas. Or get the 5 series boxset for £44.
A load of decent cheapies at WOW-HD, with prices from as low as £3.14 – for example:
Bee Movie Blu Ray £3.14
The Hangover £3.14
The Hangover Part 2 £3.14
Paul Blu Ray £3.59
Shutter Island £4.04
Cars 2 £4.49
Kung Fu Panda £3.59
Kung Fu Panda 2 £4.49
Little Fockers £3.14
Nanny McPhee £3.14
There’s hundreds of titles at less than £4.99 so well worth a look. Just remember: Wow-HD can take a while to despatch so factor that in to your buying decisions. They are reliable but can be very slow.
Further to the Lord of the Rings theatrical trilogy we posted a few days ago, Base now have the extended trilogy for just £19.99. For fans of the series, the extended versions are an absolute must. However, for non-fans, the theatricals are probably a little less intense.
Not being a fan, I can’t get excited by this, but for fans of the genre this boxset contains 13 of Hitchcock’s greatest movies, with some additional exclusive collector material. All for just £41.10. Seems like a bargain for fans.
I can’t imagine that there’s any fans of Lord of the Rings that doesn’t yet own either the theatrical or extended version of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, but I may be wrong. And if you don’t yet own it, you can pick up the theatrical trilogy for just £5.97 at the supertainment store at Play.com.
The triple play edition of Transformers: Dark of the Moon is available from Zoverstocks @ Play.com. However, assume that the digital copy is expired; often when retailers sell triple play Blu Rays this cheap, it’s because the digital copy is no longer valid. But hey, £3.08 for a Blu Ray and DVD set? Bargaintastic.