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Post by Timec » November 27th, 2015, 3:28 pm

Cinema Guild is having their annual (?) Black Friday sale - 50% off all their releases, including pre-orders.

They don’t have a huge catalog, but they have some interesting contemporary releases. I’m tempted by Jauja, Stray Dogs, and Horse Money – though I’m also tempted to support Second Run on the Costa, since it’ll be their first ever Blu-ray release.

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Post by zuma » November 27th, 2015, 3:32 pm

Lonewolf2003 on Nov 26 2015, 07:33:49 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Nov 26 2015, 01:33:58 AM wrote:On top of the 50% off Criterion titles, B&N has just started accepting online Black Friday coupons for an additional 30% off one item. The code is 30BFRIDAY. The coupon is valid from NOW until 11/29/2015. That's up to 65% off Criterion titles...

Apparently the coupon is reusable, but I haven't tried that (it's supposed to be a one shot deal, but B&N seems to have messed up their system).
Thanks. Apu trilogy is now (also) coming my way.
:thumbsup: Me too. Although the exchange rate, shipping and GST(tax) will eat away a little at the savings.

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Post by funkybusiness » November 27th, 2015, 8:24 pm

Timec on Nov 27 2015, 08:28:09 AM wrote:Cinema Guild is having their annual (?) Black Friday sale - 50% off all their releases, including pre-orders.

They don’t have a huge catalog, but they have some interesting contemporary releases. I’m tempted by Jauja, Stray Dogs, and Horse Money – though I’m also tempted to support Second Run on the Costa, since it’ll be their first ever Blu-ray release.
when did they announce horse money? seemed an obvious choice for them, but nice to see cover and details.

edit: and oh gosh, another Jem Cohen film.
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Post by Kasparius » November 27th, 2015, 9:04 pm

You can buy a blu ray player for literally pennies, what is the fucking point of buying a dvd?

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Post by monty » November 27th, 2015, 9:07 pm

Kasparius on Nov 27 2015, 02:04:04 PM wrote:You can buy a blu ray player for literally pennies, what is the fucking point of buying a dvd?
The same reason you keep your VHS player - not everything is released on Blu.

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Post by funkybusiness » November 27th, 2015, 9:08 pm

monty on Nov 27 2015, 02:07:03 PM wrote:
Kasparius on Nov 27 2015, 02:04:04 PM wrote:You can buy a blu ray player for literally pennies, what is the fucking point of buying a dvd?
The same reason you keep your VHS player - not everything is released on Blu.
you can play dvds on a bluray player. you can't play betamax tapes on a vcr.

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Post by Kasparius » November 27th, 2015, 9:10 pm

monty on Nov 27 2015, 02:07:03 PM wrote:
Kasparius on Nov 27 2015, 02:04:04 PM wrote:You can buy a blu ray player for literally pennies, what is the fucking point of buying a dvd?
The same reason you keep your VHS player - not everything is released on Blu.
You need better reading glasses Monty, I said what is the point of buying a dvd, not a dvd player. As in when you can buy a criterion blu ray instead of a dvd of the same film. You're getting a little senile in your old age, you should eat more fish for them omega-3's, lay off the whale blubber.

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Post by brokenface » November 27th, 2015, 10:59 pm

Eureka had some decent deals
https://www.eurekavideo.co.uk/news/black-friday-weekend

Picked up Wake in Fright for 5.99.

There was more different titles on their Amazon store


Meanwhile, Zavvi have some real good deals on BFI bluray boxsets that are tempting me (but I shall stay strong!)
Robbe Grillet set, Dreyer box, Kurosawa Samurai set all at 22.99
Bill Morrison collection & Rossellini/Bergman set at 19.99
Tati collection 29.99

Don't think I've seen any of them cheaper before. Dreyer and Rossellini esp are bargains.

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Post by Knaldskalle » January 11th, 2016, 11:15 pm

Amazon.com has a bunch of westerns on blu as the Deal of the Week.
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Post by brokenface » January 28th, 2016, 10:49 pm

Amazon uk got a bunch of Master of Cinema steelbooks at 6.99. Some of them been cheap lots before and they clearly ain't as limited as they make out to be but still some good prices for some of them, in particular Passion of Joan of Arc. I picked up Serpico.

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Post by Timec » February 23rd, 2016, 7:21 pm

It’s here…
Criterion on wrote:For the next 24 hours at Criterion.com, all in-stock Blu-rays and DVDs will be 50% off the suggested retail price (SRP). It’s a great chance to check out our exciting recent releases, including The Graduate, Inside Llewyn Davis, Gilda, The American Friend, The Kid, The Emigrants/The New Land, Death by Hanging, I Knew Her Well, Bitter Rice, and The Complete Lady Snowblood.

Just enter the promotional code FEB50 on your shopping cart page to apply the discount.

If you need some help deciding what to buy, we’ve created a real-time dashboard where you can see top sellers and what’s running low, plus categories like great adaptations, documentaries, Oscar nominees, cult films, noir and neonoir, new American cinema, and more. And we’ll be adding new themes every few hours.

The sale ends at noon EST tomorrow, February 24, so don’t delay!
A little bit too soon for A Brighter Summer Day, alas. (Though you can pre-order that on Amazon right now for $22.99.)

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Post by funkybusiness » March 3rd, 2016, 9:07 pm

ESPN's 30 for 30: Films 1-30 is $14.99 on amazon us, if you're into that sort of thing.

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Post by Knaldskalle » March 24th, 2016, 8:30 pm

Arrowfilms.co.uk is having a flash sale until 9 pm March 28 2016. Some good deals there.

Similarly Eureka/Masters of Cinema seem to be having a sale on amazon.co.uk. They sell under the name "bestmediagroup". There are some very low prices on excellent editions (Murnau's "Tabu" on blu-ray for 6 GBP!).
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Post by Knaldskalle » March 25th, 2016, 12:01 am

Turns out Eureka has a sale on their own website as well until April 1, 2016.
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Post by brokenface » March 25th, 2016, 3:14 am

Knaldskalle on Mar 24 2016, 02:30:58 PM wrote:Similarly Eureka/Masters of Cinema seem to be having a sale on amazon.co.uk. They sell under the name "bestmediagroup". There are some very low prices on excellent editions (Murnau's "Tabu" on blu-ray for 6 GBP!).
Damn, some very good prices there.

Tips for collectors:
Lubitsch in Berlin DVD set 11.99 (I read this one is going out of print soon; likely the kind of release that will not be seen again once it's gone)
Les Miserables blu 6.99
Tabu blu 5.99
Yamanaka DVD set 5.99 (probably similar to the Lubitsch one)

quite a few others that I've not seen as cheap before (Red River, Tarnished Angels, Two for the Road, Madame DuBarry, Paper Moon, White Dog, etc)

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Post by Knaldskalle » March 25th, 2016, 3:43 pm

brokenface on Mar 24 2016, 09:14:31 PM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Mar 24 2016, 02:30:58 PM wrote:Similarly Eureka/Masters of Cinema seem to be having a sale on amazon.co.uk. They sell under the name "bestmediagroup". There are some very low prices on excellent editions (Murnau's "Tabu" on blu-ray for 6 GBP!).
Damn, some very good prices there.

Tips for collectors:
Lubitsch in Berlin DVD set 11.99 (I read this one is going out of print soon; likely the kind of release that will not be seen again once it's gone)
Les Miserables blu 6.99
Tabu blu 5.99
Yamanaka DVD set 5.99 (probably similar to the Lubitsch one)

quite a few others that I've not seen as cheap before (Red River, Tarnished Angels, Two for the Road, Madame DuBarry, Paper Moon, White Dog, etc)
Thanks, I'd totally missed the DVD sets (I was looking at blu-rays only). Just grabbed Lubitsch and Yamanaka.
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Post by Knaldskalle » April 10th, 2016, 6:11 am

Eureka/Masters of Cinema's version of "Man with a Movie Camera and Other Works by Dziga Vertov" is priced at 15 GBP on amazon.co.uk right now. That's a pretty good price for a pre-order (streets April 18, 2016) limited edition with 4 extra movies and a total playing time of 298 minutes.
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Post by funkybusiness » April 10th, 2016, 6:54 am

there's a couple copies left of the Elia Kazan Collection [DVDx18] for $29.99 on amazon US. I got mine in the mail today. Reviews really slammed this boxset for having shoddy packaging with glue globs all over the discs and the packaging rubscratching the discs into oblivion but mine was super fine. a couple little specks of glue/paper around the edges of a couple movies that was all.

it's not the BD boxsets but those are OOP so getting twice the movies for a fifth the price that's okay with me.

and I completely forgot Kazan was one of the directors of the month when I bought this. just saw a good deal and ran with it. I was nabbed something else I need to ask about elsewhere.
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Post by Nathan Treadway » April 10th, 2016, 7:08 am

funkybusiness on Apr 10 2016, 12:54:02 AM wrote:there's a couple copies left of the Elia Kazan Collection [DVDx18] for $29.99 on amazon US. I got mine in the mail today. Reviews really slammed this boxset for having shoddy packaging with glue globs all over the discs and the packaging rubscratching the discs into oblivion but mine was super fine. a couple little specks of glue/paper around the edges of a couple movies that was all.

it's not the BD boxsets but those are OOP so getting twice the movies for a fifth the price that's okay with me.

and I completely forgot Kazan was one of the directors of the month when I bought this. just saw a good deal and ran with it. I was nabbed something else I need to ask about elsewhere.
Nice! It's a set I've been looking at for a little while. I'll probably get it soonish, but, I already have a huge backload of movies in my collection I need to see. (Although that probably won't deter me from getting it. I ended up getting the John Ford at Fox boxset this week instead.)

How big is this set?

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Post by funkybusiness » April 10th, 2016, 7:16 am

treadwaynathan on Apr 10 2016, 01:08:06 AM wrote:
funkybusiness on Apr 10 2016, 12:54:02 AM wrote:there's a couple copies left of the Elia Kazan Collection [DVDx18] for $29.99 on amazon US. I got mine in the mail today. Reviews really slammed this boxset for having shoddy packaging with glue globs all over the discs and the packaging rubscratching the discs into oblivion but mine was super fine. a couple little specks of glue/paper around the edges of a couple movies that was all.

it's not the BD boxsets but those are OOP so getting twice the movies for a fifth the price that's okay with me.

and I completely forgot Kazan was one of the directors of the month when I bought this. just saw a good deal and ran with it. I was nabbed something else I need to ask about elsewhere.
Nice! It's a set I've been looking at for a little while. I'll probably get it soonish, but, I already have a huge backload of movies in my collection I need to see. (Although that probably won't deter me from getting it. I ended up getting the John Ford at Fox boxset this week instead.)

How big is this set?
physically? 11" x 8" x 2" weighs about a couple-three pounds. it contains every movie he did from A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (debut) through America, America, excluding his second film, The Sea of Grass (1947). It comes with a nice bound book as well.


and I've been looking at the Ford boxset uuuuuuu I want.
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Post by Knaldskalle » April 10th, 2016, 6:36 pm

I've been looking at the Ford set as well. Eerie synchronicity.
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Post by bal3x » April 10th, 2016, 7:01 pm

funkybusiness on Apr 10 2016, 12:54:02 AM wrote:there's a couple copies left of the Elia Kazan Collection [DVDx18] for $29.99 on amazon US. I got mine in the mail today. Reviews really slammed this boxset for having shoddy packaging with glue globs all over the discs and the packaging rubscratching the discs into oblivion but mine was super fine. a couple little specks of glue/paper around the edges of a couple movies that was all.

it's not the BD boxsets but those are OOP so getting twice the movies for a fifth the price that's okay with me.

and I completely forgot Kazan was one of the directors of the month when I bought this. just saw a good deal and ran with it. I was nabbed something else I need to ask about elsewhere.
Yeah, I got this set off ebay for about 50 bucks couple of years ago, great set! $30 is an amazing deal indeed.
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Post by Knaldskalle » June 12th, 2016, 4:23 am

Grapes of Wrath on blu-ray is $6 on amazon.com right now (though temporarily out of stock).
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Post by Knaldskalle » June 29th, 2016, 5:20 pm

http://www.arrowfilms.co.uk/shop is having a sale right now. Some really good deals to be found! I don't know when it'll end, but it should run for at least a couple more days.

[Edit: Sale ends July 11th!]
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 8th, 2016, 6:30 pm

Barnes & Noble is having their semi-annual 50% off sale on all Criterion Collection titles. The sale ends August 1st.
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Post by Knaldskalle » August 16th, 2016, 3:35 am

Holy shmokes!

Criterion announced the release of their Lone Wolf and Cub set today. On Amazon.com the preorder price for the blu-ray has been set to $39.95 (that's 60% off the MSRP of $99.95!). The DVD set is set to $99.95. Most likely a pricing mistake, but it might fly. You can always cancel it if they don't honor the price (they have their "pre-order price guarantee").
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Post by funkybusiness » August 16th, 2016, 4:26 am

nice! thanks for the heads up. I've seen amazon honor these price mistakes before, stuff that should've been, ya know like 60 bucks listed for a dollar stuff like that. so, we'll see.

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Post by Nathan Treadway » August 16th, 2016, 4:40 am

Knaldskalle on Aug 15 2016, 09:35:54 PM wrote:Holy shmokes!

Criterion announced the release of their Lone Wolf and Cub set today. On Amazon.com the preorder price for the blu-ray has been set to $39.95 (that's 60% off the MSRP of $99.95!). The DVD set is set to $99.95. Most likely a pricing mistake, but it might fly. You can always cancel it if they don't honor the price (they have their "pre-order price guarantee").
Yeah, I noticed that too, so, I preordered, even though it's a complete blind buy.

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Post by Knaldskalle » August 16th, 2016, 4:57 am

treadwaynathan on Aug 15 2016, 10:40:12 PM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Aug 15 2016, 09:35:54 PM wrote:Holy shmokes!

Criterion announced the release of their Lone Wolf and Cub set today. On Amazon.com the preorder price for the blu-ray has been set to $39.95 (that's 60% off the MSRP of $99.95!). The DVD set is set to $99.95. Most likely a pricing mistake, but it might fly. You can always cancel it if they don't honor the price (they have their "pre-order price guarantee").
Yeah, I noticed that too, so, I preordered, even though it's a complete blind buy.
You can always sell it on eBay if it turns out not to be your thing. I've only seen the two first movies, they were both very stylish and ridiculously gory. Great fun!
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Post by Nathan Treadway » August 16th, 2016, 6:01 am

Knaldskalle on Aug 15 2016, 10:57:21 PM wrote:
treadwaynathan on Aug 15 2016, 10:40:12 PM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Aug 15 2016, 09:35:54 PM wrote:Holy shmokes!

Criterion announced the release of their Lone Wolf and Cub set today. On Amazon.com the preorder price for the blu-ray has been set to $39.95 (that's 60% off the MSRP of $99.95!). The DVD set is set to $99.95. Most likely a pricing mistake, but it might fly. You can always cancel it if they don't honor the price (they have their "pre-order price guarantee").
Yeah, I noticed that too, so, I preordered, even though it's a complete blind buy.
You can always sell it on eBay if it turns out not to be your thing. I've only seen the two first movies, they were both very stylish and ridiculously gory. Great fun!
I could, but, probably won't, even if I dislike them. There's a whole lot more in my collection that I'd sell off beforehand. It's one thing I never do, however. (That's how I ended up with a 2000+ film collection)

I'd rather not think in these terms, anyhow. I try and go into films unseen with the intention of getting something out of it, although there are things I've been completely apprehensive about.

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Post by Nathan Treadway » August 17th, 2016, 10:07 am

Knaldskalle on Aug 15 2016, 09:35:54 PM wrote:Holy shmokes!

Criterion announced the release of their Lone Wolf and Cub set today. On Amazon.com the preorder price for the blu-ray has been set to $39.95 (that's 60% off the MSRP of $99.95!). The DVD set is set to $99.95. Most likely a pricing mistake, but it might fly. You can always cancel it if they don't honor the price (they have their "pre-order price guarantee").
Deal's dead. They didn't change my price, however... It still says 39.99. :D

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Post by funkybusiness » September 15th, 2016, 7:58 pm

the new Signature Edition of Johnny Guitar from Olive Films is on sale right now for $16.99 on amazon.

Special Features:
NEW 4K restoration
Optional English SDH subtitles
Video Introduction by acclaimed director Martin Scorsese
Audio commentary with historian and critic Geoff Andrew
"Tell Us She Was One of You: The Blacklist History of Johnny Guitar" - with historian Larry Ceplair and blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein
"Is Johnny Guitar a Feminist Western?: Questioning the Canon" - with critics Miriam Bale, Kent Jones, Joe McElhaney andB. Ruby Rich
"Free Republic: The Story of Herb Yates and Republic studios" - with archivist Marc Wanamaker
A critical appreciation of Nicholas Ray with critics Miriam Bale, Kent Jones, Joe McElhaney and B. Ruby Rich
"My Friend, the American Friend" - Nicholas Ray biographical piece with Tom Farrell
"Johnny Guitar: The First Existential Western" - an original essay by critic Jonathan Rosenbaum
Theatrical trailer



edit: as is their new edition of High Noon (these are the first two Signature Editions from Olive Films (I think))

special features
NEW 4K restoration
Optional English SDH subtitles
"A Ticking Clock" - Academy Award nominee Mark Goldblatt on the editing of High Noon
"A Stanley Kramer Production"" - Michael Schlesinger on the eminent producer of High Noon
"Imitation of Life: The Blacklist History of High Noon" - with historian Larry Ceplair and blacklisted screenwriter Walter Bernstein
"Ulcers and Oscars: The Production History of High Noon" - a visual essay with rarely seen archival elements, narrated by Anton Yelchin
"Uncitizened Kane" - an original essay by Sight & Sound editor Nick James
Theatrical trailer
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Post by Knaldskalle » September 30th, 2016, 9:17 pm

www.arrowfilms.co.uk is having one of their 4 annual sales right now. It ends on Monday. Some really good deals to be found there, especially if you're into cult/giallo/horror movies.

What Have You Done to Solange? on blu-ray: 7.99. GBP.
Frankenhooker on blu-ray: 4.99 GBP.
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Post by Knaldskalle » October 17th, 2016, 9:34 pm

http://www.deepdiscount.com is having a 15% off site-wide sale. Use coupon code "MONSTER15".

Deep Discount sells blu-rays, DVDs, CD's, LP's, video games and more. They're often competitive with Amazon and have free US shipping on purchases exceeding $25.
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Post by weirdboy » October 18th, 2016, 1:20 pm

Criterion is currently having a 50% sale on all DVDs and Blu-Rays on their website, using the promo code "DOLLS".
The sale apparently ends at noon EDT today, so about 6.5 hours left.

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Post by Nathan Treadway » November 2nd, 2016, 6:01 am

Just a quick reminder, in case you've forgotten (doubt it), or didn't know (again doubt it) that it's November, so B&N's Criterions are 50%.

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Post by brokenface » November 17th, 2016, 10:49 pm

Arrow store has a bunch of Second Run DVDs at £6.99 a pop. Not sure how Arrow are for international shipping, but it's cheap prices for Second Run (rarely see them in sales):

http://www.arrowfilms.co.uk/shop/index. ... path=79_96

I got A Jester's Tale, but wanted about half dozen more.


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Post by weirdboy » November 20th, 2016, 8:16 pm

I see that There's a similar good deal on a Truffaut collection
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Post by brokenface » November 27th, 2016, 4:37 pm

Some really good prices for Masters of Cinema til tomorrow:

https://www.eurekavideo.co.uk/news/blac ... deals-2016

I went for Forty Guns & White Dog. £5 is as cheap as you ever see MoC blu-rays.

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