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Found a good deal on a movie?

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Re: Found a good deal on a movie?

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Post by kongs_speech » April 19th, 2020, 10:53 pm

Since I had been fairly responsible this year, I got 24 titles from Target's most recent B2G1 sale. Too lazy to type out the list, but I got Criterions, Kino, Shout, 4K UHD ... all kinds of fun stuff.
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Post by Knaldskalle » August 29th, 2020, 12:42 am

The BFI blu-ray set "Early Women Filmmakers" is available for 14 GBP on Amazon.co.uk right now! If you buy it from the US it'll be 11.66 GBP plus 3.08 GBP shipping, so 14.75 GBP or around $20.

That's a four disc set with a total of 10 hours of women filmmakers. It's not entirely the same as Flicker Alley's (US) set, but it's very similar. The Flicker Alley set is around $60.
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