It doesn’t include La La Land Moonlight, but this $12 Blu-ray does feature five Best Picture winners from the 90s and aughts. Apologies in advance, but they don’t make a version without Crash.
You don’t buy this Marvel Phase Two box set for the six films, even if they do come on Blu-ray, digital, and even Blu-ray 3D. No, you buy it for the extras:
Superbad was one of the great movies of the aughts, and hilariously helped launch the careers of an Academy Award winner in Emma Stone, and an Academy Award nominee in Jonah Hill. You won’t need a fake ID to get the unrated extended edition for just $7 on Amazon today.
American Psycho for $5 is a videotape you won’t need to return.
Kubo and the Two Strings has everything a perfect family movie could need: beautiful animation, anthropomorphic animals, and a feisty, young main character that has to save the day. And for $10, it’s something that should be on your Blu-ray shelf.
Suffice it to say, ESPN’s Oscar-winning, 7+ hour documentary on O.J. Simpson is the definitive work on the subject, and the theatrical edition Blu-ray can be yours for just $12 today, an all-time low.
Update: Sold out
Star Trek: Beyond was actually pretty good—well, at least better than Into Darkness—and it’s definitely worth a digital rental for $1. Once you order it, you’ll have 30 days to start watching, and then 48 hours to finish once you’ve started.
Long after the ice caps have melted and the rainforests have been eliminated, you’ll be able to rewatch hours upon hours of Earth porn that you bought for just $10.
Heading out to the movies this weekend? Use promo code AWARDSAPPLEPAY on Fandango, and you’ll save $3 on any ticket. This code seems to work with any payment method on any OS; no Apple Pay required.
The Fast & Furious franchise is getting another box set, this time with a bonus disc, lenticular packaging, and space for The Fate of the Furious once it comes out. Preorders were selling for $100 until recently, when Amazon dropped it to $60. And if you order now, and the price drops any further, you’ll automatically…
Even if your personal Miyazaki collection is comprehensive, I bet you have some friends and family members who would appreciate his films. Target’s running a huge buy two, get one free sale on over 50 Studio Ghibli Blu-rays and DVDs right now, so you can celebrate the entire catalog.
Kubo and the Two Strings has everything a perfect family movie could need: beautiful animation, anthropomorphic animals, and a feisty, young main character that has to save the day. And for $12, it’s something that should be on your Blu-ray shelf.
If your movie theater of choice is run by AMC, there’s no reason not to buy this $30 gift card for $25. That’s an extra $5 you can spend on popcorn, which might even get you a small in certain cities.
If you preorder the Taken 3-movie collection for an all-time low $15 now, that’ll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you. But if you don’t, I will look for you, I will find you, and I will scold you.
The complete X-Files Collector’s Set is backed with 57 (!!!) discs comprising all 10 seasons (including the new special event series from 2016), plus over 25 hours of extra features. If you’re a die-hard fan, Amazon’s selling the set for $120, matching an all-time low price.
If your movie theater of choice is operated by Regal, this discounted gift card essentially amounts to ten free dollars. In most cities, that’s like a free ticket!
Cowboy Bebop has one of the most popular anime in the western hemisphere over the last couple of decades, and if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s only $9 on Amazon today. Be sure to check out Kotaku’s review if you’re on the fence.
Wondering why Scarlett Johansson is wearing this weird wig? Find out with the 25th anniversary Ghost in the Shell Blu-ray, now down to an all-time low $8.