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There was always a slot in the Bond 50 collection’s packaging for Skyfall, so this was pretty much inevitable.
I’ve just gone crazy on Amazon, ordering any number of things from their Black Friday DVD and Blu-ray deals. Here are the titles I went for, and some of the good deals that I already had from before.
These episodes never looked this good on broadcast, and I found some scenes to be absolutely jaw-dropping.
Pretty hefty discount – so I’ve just stuck it in my cart.
The first six Star Trek films are collected in a pretty polished Blu-ray collection, alongside a bonus disc featuring The Captain’s Summit, a slightly misnamed hour’s worth of roundtable discussion.
Even if you don’t like all six films, and I imagine that accounts for more or less anybody who’s seen more than two of them, It’s still a good price for the ones you might like and the supplements included.
I did have cause to say, just the other day and about another TV show I can’t name right now but I’m sure you can guess, “That’s the most fun I’ve had with a pilot since Firefly.”
Plus a bonus tease about the upcoming Entourage movie.
A great time to fill your shelves with over 500 episodes of great television.
This low price must have something to do with Monsters University hitting US cinemas today. That or a typo.
Lionsgate have some films to sell you.
Importers be warned that this disc is locked to Zone A players as the film had different distributors in different countries.
Can the label “crime drama” can even come close to containing what David Simon and team made here?
There are commentaries, featurettes, some trivia tracks and even isolated scores – and no, that’s not a Silent Movie gag.
While my Aaron Sorkin fever is being stoked by the imminent second series of The Newsroom, I might dip back into The West Wing.
There’s some impressive animation in these episodes – and that’s not something I say lightly about Family Guy – and the adaptations have done a great job of compressing the storylines.
25 films that Universal are proud of, in one big box with plenty of extras.
The sale titles include Brazil – which is the greatest film ever made in the history of cinema, as we all know. There’s also Rosemary’s Baby, Rashomon, In The Mood For Love, The Game and The Royal Tennenbaums…