Weekly RoundUp 12-19-2017

Best Deals on this week's New Releases...

 

Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on 4k/UHD, Blu-ray and DVD…

The Features

– Dunkirk – 2017

– Whales of August – 1987

– Suspiria – 1978

 

– Mother! – 2017

– Four Faces West – 1948

– Victoria and Abdul – 2017

– The LEGO Ninjago Movie – 2017

– Wuthering Heights – 1970

The Prices

The price links below will take you directly to the product on Amazon.
Any clickable link on a title listed below will take you to our own HTF review!

UHD Amazon BestBuy Target
Batman Begins (Blu-ray 4k) (Warner Bros.) $24.99
Christopher Nolan (4K Blu-ray) Collection (Warner Bros.) $147.92
Dark Knight, The (Blu-ray 4K) (Warner Bros.) $24.99
Dark Knight Rises, The (Blu-ray 4K) (Warner Bros.) $24.99
Dark Knight Trilogy, The (Blu-ray 4K) (Warner Bros.) $84.50
Dunkirk (2017) (Blu-ray 4K) (Warner Bros.) $29.96 $29.99 $29.99
Inception (Blu-ray 4K) (Warner Bros.) $33.98
Interstellar (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $24.76
Lego Ninjago Movie, The (Blu-ray 4K) (Warner Bros.) $29.96 $29.99
mother! (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $25.96
Transformers (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $19.99
Transformers: Age of Extinction (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $19.99
Transformers: Dark of the Moon (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $19.99
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $25.79

The price links below will take you directly to the product on Amazon.

Any clickable link on a title listed below will take you to our own HTF review!

Blu-ray Amazon BestBuy Target
4 Days in France  (Cinema Guild) $21.24
Alice  (Twilight Time)
American Gothic  (Shout! Factory) $21.87
The Amicus Collection (Severin) $58.31
And Now th3e Screaming Starts (Severin) $22.99
Asylum (Severin) $22.99
Betsy’s Wedding/Holy Matrimony  (Kino) $15.69
Big Business/Scenes from a Mall  (Kino) $17.99
Blood Money  (Lions Gate) $14.96
Donnie Darko (LE Steelbook) $27.99
Dunkirk (2017)  (Warner Bros.) $21.24 $24.99 $24.99
England is Mine (Cleopatra) $19.99
Forever Amber  (Twilight Time)
Four Faces West  (Kino) $18.89
Hospital, The  (Twilight Time)
Kentuckian, The  (Kino) $23.20
Leatherface  (Lions Gate) $12.74
Lego Ninjago Movie, The (Blu-ray 3-D) (Warner Bros.) $34.67
Lego Ninjago Movie, The  (Warner Bros.) $22.99 $22.99
L-Shaped Room, The  (Twilight Time)
mother!  (Paramount) $19.99 $19.99
South Park (The Complete Sixth Season)  (Paramount) $23.37
South Park (The Complete Seventh Season)  (Paramount) $27.49
South Park (The Complete Eighth Season)  (Paramount) $27.49
South Park (The Complete Ninth Season)  (Paramount) $27.49
South Park (The Complete Tenth Season)  (Paramount) $29.84
South Park (The Complete Eleventh Season)  (Paramount) $29.99
Stronger  (Lions Gate) $14.99
Suspiria (Limited Ultimate Edition)  (Synapse) $89.95
Tomorrow is Forever (ClassicFlix) $26.31
Town Called Panic, A: The Collection  (Shout! Factory) $15.79
Valdez is Coming  (Kino) $19.99
Victoria & Abdul  (Universal) $19.96
We Love You, Sally Carmichael  (Gravitas) $19.99
Whales of August, The  (Kino) $18.89
Wuthering Heights  (Twilight Time)

 

The price links below will take you directly to the product on Amazon.
Any clickable link on a title listed below will take you to our own HTF review!

DVD Amazon BestBuy Target
4 Days in France (Cinema Guild) $18.21
Baffled (Scorpion) $19.95
Behind The Curtain: Todrick Hall (Wolfe) $18.01
Betsy’s Wedding/Holy Matrimony (Kino) $14.95
Big Business/Scenes from a Mall (Kino) $9.99
Blood Money (Lions Gate) $19.98
Dain Curse, The (Scorpion) $17.43
Daniel Boone – Season 6: The Final Season CE (Shout! Factory) $19.99
Dunkirk (2017) (Warner Bros.) $17.99 $17.99
Etoile (Scorpion) $13.99
Eye in the Labyrinth (Kino) $13.99
Four Faces West (Kino) $19.95
Growing Up Fat and Albanian (Bayview) $12.99
Headhunter (Kino) $13.99
I Am Sam Kinison (Virgil Films) $13.99
Leatherface (Lions Gate) $11.04
Lego Ninjago Movie, The (Warner Bros.) $xx.xx $15.99
Long Night of Francisco Sanctis, The (Breaking Glass Pictures) $19.99
mother! (Paramount) $17.99 $17.99
Police Woman – The Complete 3rd Season (Shout! Factory) $26.45
Salvation – Season 1 (Paramount) $29.84
Stan Lee’s Lucky Man: Season One (Universal) $22.78
Stronger (Lions Gate) $12.96
UnAmerican Struggle, The (Cinema Libre) $11.99
Victoria & Abdul (Universal) $17.96
We Love You, Sally Carmichael (Gravitas) $16.99
Whales of August, The (Kino) $19.95

 

The Disclaimer

Standard disclaimer: All prices are taken from the websites of each chain, or from their printed Sunday advertisements. All prices are subject to change by each chain. Prices and inventory in-store may or may not match the website price.

I, obviously, cannot include EVERY title released in a given week in the RoundUp. The titles included are those that I am interested in…as well as those which I consider will be of interest to a majority of consumers (and sometimes I’ll miss one!). I don’t get paid for this, and I don’t have the time to list every DVD. So, please don’t complain! If there is a title not included in the RoundUp that you want to see, PLEASE just look it up yourself, and be nice enough to post and share the results with everyone!

 

The Specials

–I included the 4k releases of the  first four Transformer films in this week’s grid because I somehow missed their release earlier this month.  I had their release set for this week…

–There are new Twilight Time releases this week.  Pre-order them HERE and HERE.

–For pricing particulars on other items, Best Buy’s Weekly Ad is available at THIS LINK.

–Best Buy, this week, has EXCLUSIVE STEELBOOK PACKAGING with their Blu copies of both Dunkirk and The LEGO Ninjago Movie.  Each is priced at $29.99—a $5 premium over the standard Blu-ray release of the title.

–Best Buy also has included a notice in this week’s flyer to Pre-Order Star Wars: The Last Jedi from them (“Available in 4k UHD, Blu-ray and EXCLUSIVE Steelbook packaging”).

–The following 4k UHD releases are on sale this week at Best Buy for $14.99:

Blade Runner, The Fate of the Furious, American Assassin, Kingsman: The Secret Service, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (and a fifth title is shown.  But the spine is sooooo small, I cannot make it out.)

–Best Buy is advertising a series of “Fun Family Favorites” “STARTING AT $14.99”:  Shown are Despicable Me 3 (Blu), Cars 3 (Blu), Paw Patrol Rescue Pack (3-DVD set).

–“Find Your Favorites From Disney” @ BB–“STARTING AT $19.99” (all Blu-ray shown):  Guardians of the Galazy: Vol. 2, Inside Out, Beauty and the Beast (2017).

–Best Buy Odds and Ends:  “The More the Merrier:”

$14.99:  Alien Covenant (Blu), War For the Planet of the Apes (Blu), Dark Tower (DVD, I think).

$9.99:  Bsatman & Harley Quinn (Blu), Deadpool (DVD), John Wick 2 (DVD)

$4.99 (all DVD):  Ex Machina, Mad Max Fury Road, Assassin’s Creed

–Target this week has a deal on “Select New Release Movies” for Sunday, December 17 ONLY!  For $10 apiece, you can pick up Blu-rays of The War for the Planet of the Apes, Transformers: The Last Knight, Baywatch, and Power Rangers.

–Target this week has a DOUBLE EXCLUSIVE with its copies of The LEGO Ninjago Movie.  Copies include EXCLUSIVE lenticular packaging and trading cards.

–Target is also a BUNCH of TV releases this week (all titles Blu-ray unless otherwise noted):

$17.99:  Supernatural: Season 12, The Big Bang Theory: Season 10

$19.99:  American Horror Story: S6 (DVD), Beavis & Butthead Complete Collection (DVD), Vikings: Season 4 Volume 2 (DVD), Empire: Season 3 (DVD)

$22.99:  Big Little Lies: S1 (DVD)

$24.99:  Game of Thrones: S1, GoT: S2

$27.99:  NCIS: Season 14 (DVD)

$29.99:  Games of Thrones: Season 3, GoT: S4, GoT: S5, GoT: S6

$32.99:  Walking Dead: Season 7 (DVD)

$34.99:  WestWorld: Season 1, Game of Thrones: Season 7 (DVD)

$39.99:  Game of Thrones: S7

$55.99:  Friends: Complete Series (DVD)

–Target has a number of Blu-ray movie titles on sale this week:

$10.00:  Spider-Man: Homecoming (price good thru 12-24-17)

$12.00:  Sully, X-Men: Apocalypse, Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice

$15.00:  Wonder Woman, Boss Baby, The Emoji Movie, Fast & Furious 8, Dark Tower, Baby Driver, Captain Underpants, Despicable Me 3, Girls Trip

$19.99:  Kingsman: Golden Circle, Cars 3, Brave, Cars 2, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2, Doctor Strange

–And, Target has a number of DVD movie titles on sale this week:

$9.00:  Fifty Shades of Grey, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Peanuts Movie, Elf, Deadpool, Storks, The Polar Express, Girl on the Train, Paw Patrol: Pups Save Christmas

$10.00:  Despicable Me 3, Cars 3

$12.00:  Secret Life of Pets, LEGO Batman Movie, Sing, Trolls, Passengers, Hacksaw Ridge

$17.99:  The Lion King, Beauty & the Beast (2017), Moana

–Target Odds and Ends: None to report.

 

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Mike Frezon

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67 Comments

  1. This is it!

    The last big release weekend before Christmas.

    Happy holidays and Merry Christmas to all youse RoundUppers!

    ===========

    This week, I've got Victoria and Abdul and The Whales of August pre-ordered. I really want Dunkirk….but I want to get the 4k UHD version and don't want to pay $29.95 for it. So I'll wait and hope it comes down sooner rather than later. I know that I'll also pick up mother! eventually…but figure that will definitely drop in price (probably in short order).

    And, um, what the hell's a "ninjago?" :laugh:

  2. Thank you, Mike, for your work, which as always is much appreciated, even when I'm not buying anything.

    Mike Frezon

    And, um, what the hell's a "ninjago?" :laugh:

    I suspect you may have been being sarcastic in asking this, but, to answer it anyway, I saw The Lego Ninjano Movie in theaters in September and couldn't tell you. I had to look it up on Wikipedia to remember that Ninjano is the name of the central city in the film. Why it is called that, I have no idea. But they do have ninja characters in the film.

    I went because I liked The Lego Movie and The Lego Batman Movie, and hoped this would continue their winning streak. Sadly, it is basically what everybody thought the original Lego was gong to be, but is not: this movie is a flimsy narrative put together in a haphazard fashion so that it can be used to sell Lego toys. There's a lot of disorienting action, but not very much development for any of the characters beyond a generic hero's journey arc to defeat the villain, who is the father of the protagonist because of course he is. It's really thin and generic and there's no meat on its bones at all, if that makes sense. I got the feeling that it was pieced together by committee rather than by somebody who really had an exciting story they wanted to tell.

    Then I got to the end credits and saw three different credited directors (!) and six credited writers on the screenplay (!), plus all of those screenplay writers also have a separate story-by credit along with three other additional people who have only story credit. So that is a total of nine writers involved in some capacity altogether for a children's film which runs less than two hours. And then some of the problems began to make sense. It's just a mess. It's not the worst thing I've ever seen, it's watchable, but there's really no compelling reason to do so. If anybody is considering it, I would not recommend it.

    I really wish I wanted to buy Dunkirk this week. I love Christopher Nolan and own most of his films. But as I mentioned in other threads on the subject, the movie left me cold when I saw it in theaters. The 70mm print was phenomenal and it was really well-made from a technical standpoint, but I didn't connect emotionally with any of the characters. Nolan chose generalized intensity over emotional specificity, which was less interesting to me than everything else I've ever seen of his. It's a movie that I respect and admire more than I like. So, I feel no particular desire to see it again and don't need to own it. But it's unusual for me not to want the new Nolan film.

    I might rent Victoria & Abdul at some point or would watch it if it finds its way to Netflix or Amazon Prime or something. The mixed reviews and preoccupation with other films kept me away from it in theaters, but I do like Judi Dench very much so would mostly be interested in seeing it for her.

    Nothing new for me this week in terms of purchases, but I'm still enjoying The Last Jedi soundtrack that came the other day, so I'm good with that.

  3. Thanks for the RoundUp and links, Mike.

    Waiting, like others, for the Twilight Time releases to arrive. Will definitely be watching Dunkirk and mother! at some point soon. All of the Nolan Dark Knight films in 4K will eventually make their ways into my collection.

  4. I had The Dark Knight Trilogy 4k on preorder for a while, but when the price didn't budge (and the individual releases are cheaper than the 3 pack), I cancelled. An insane amount of money has been spent in our house over the last two months on computers, TV's, trips and the like.

    Thank you Mike and happy holidays everyone!

  5. –The following 4k UHD releases are on sale this week at Best Buy for $14.99:

    Blade Runner, The Fate of the Furious, American Assassin, Kingsman: The Secret Service, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (and a fifth title is shown. But the spine is sooooo small, I cannot make it out.)

    So far that $14.99 pricing is showing up on Best Buy's site.

  6. Robert Crawford

    Mike,

    The Transformers 4K releases came out a couple of weeks ago.

    I know! 😀

    –I included the 4k releases of the first four Transformer films in this week’s grid because I somehow missed their release earlier this month. I had their release set for this week…

    I don't know how I completely missed them when they were released…but I sure did! :laugh:

  7. Jake Lipson

    I suspect you may have been being sarcastic in asking this, but, to answer it anyway, I saw The Lego Ninjano Movie in theaters in September and couldn't tell you. I had to look it up on Wikipedia to remember that Ninjano is the name of the central city in the film. Why it is called that, I have no idea. But they do have ninja characters in the film.

    Sam Posten

    Ninja + Lego.

    Thanks guys. I pretty much figured it had to be something like that.

    The expression itself is a holdover from my Syracuse University days. Whenever the dreaded Georgetown Hoyas came to town, the student body was unified behind its cry of "What the hell's a Hoya?" 😀 This, of course, from a school whose team name is "Orange." :laugh:

  8. Jeff Cooper

    Honestly, I can't get my head around the concept that someone who wants a 4K UHD disc has any interest in streaming a digital copy at all…

    Have you viewed a 4K/HDR stream? It isn't on par with the disc, but it's pretty damn good. Watching a disc is preferable, but if it's late at night and you just don't feel like getting off your ass and retrieving a disc from your film library, it's mighty convenient to just stream a movie.

  9. Robert Crawford

    Have you viewed a 4K/HDR stream? It isn't on par with the disc, but it's pretty damn good. Watching a disc is preferable, but if it's late at night and you just don't feel like getting off your ass and retrieving a disc from your film library, it's mighty convenient to just stream a movie.

    Honestly, no I haven't seen 4k on disc or stream yet. And I do understand that a stream can look quite nice, as I have watched TV shows through Netflix, Hulu, etc. The sticking point for me is that if you already have the superior disc product, why wouldn't you always go with that instead of using the stream. It really does seem like it would only come down to being lazy, like you say, which wouldn't make the non inclusion of the DC a deal breaker for me.

    I'm not intending any negativity on peoples decisions or anything like that, just my own thoughts. I was surprised to see people were upset, is all.

  10. Jeff Cooper

    Honestly, no I haven't seen 4k on disc or stream yet. And I do understand that a stream can look quite nice, as I have watched TV shows through Netflix, Hulu, etc. The sticking point for me is that if you already have the superior disc product, why wouldn't you always go with that instead of using the stream. It really does seem like it would only come down to being lazy, like you say, which wouldn't make the non inclusion of the DC a deal breaker for me.

    I'm not intending any negativity on peoples decisions or anything like that, just my own thoughts. I was surprised to see people were upset, is all.

    Actually, it's not a deal breaker for me either, but each person's circumstances are different. Perhaps, they share their digital library to extended family members?

    Also, as somebody that has thousands of titles in their film library, at times, I use my streaming services like I channel surf on DirecTV. It might not be that I'm lazy, but just surveying some entertainment options.

  11. Robert Crawford

    I just checked The Dark Knight and it's not showing 4K on iTunes.

    It is in mine. 4K and Dolby Vision.

    Actually the whole Dark Knight trilogy is 4K/Dolby Vision

    As is also
    Interstellar
    Inception
    :thumbsup::thumbsup:

  12. Robert Crawford

    Have you viewed a 4K/HDR stream? It isn't on par with the disc, but it's pretty damn good. Watching a disc is preferable, but if it's late at night and you just don't feel like getting off your ass and retrieving a disc from your film library, it's mighty convenient to just stream a movie.

    Exactly my feeling. I always choose the disc first. But my laziness sometimes interferes. Plus the 4K streams on my/our LG OLED looks awesome.

  13. Robert Crawford

    I don't understand, did you redeem codes?

    No. What I meant is that there are now 4K versions available. As of today. So far only Interstellar upgraded to 4K since I redeemed that on iTunes.

    But I’m buying them all tomorrow so I’ll. Have all of them in 4K except The Prestige which isn’t 4K yet.

  14. Tino

    No. What I meant is that there are now 4K versions available. As of today. So far only Interstellar upgraded to 4K since I redeemed that on iTunes.

    But I’m buying them all tomorrow so I’ll. Have all of them in 4K except The Prestige which isn’t 4K yet.

    So you already bought the Interstellar 4K disc and was able to redeem the 4K code?

  15. Robert Crawford

    So you already bought the Interstellar 4K disc and was able to redeem the 4K code?

    No. I already owned it in HD on iTunes and now today it’s been upgraded to 4K/Dolby Vision.

  16. I'm kind of screwed since I already have the Batman films on HD in iTunes which means they won't upgrade to 4K. I did notice that Interstellar in 4K is selling for $9.99 on iTunes. Inception is also available, but at a higher price point, I think it's 19.99. Dunkirk is available too. The Prestige is only HD on iTunes.

  17. Ashly Yeo

    Has it been confirmed that the 4K UHD discs of the Dark Knight Trilogy contain only the DTS-HD MA audio instead of Dolby ATMOS or DTS-X encode?

    Nolan doesn't like Dolby Atmos or DTS:X for his films. Even Dunkirk with Dolby Vision didn't have Dolby Atmos during its theatrical run.

  18. Robert Crawford

    Looks like I have to take that ad page to BB and have them adjust the pricing down to $22.99 as it's not showing up when you go to order them.

    Yeah. Make sure you show them the picture or their add. Their website still shows the higher prices. I had to get a manager to override.

    Also other than Dunkirk they only had a few copies of the other titles. Don’t delay.

  19. Barnes and Noble is having a 40% sale and with a 20% coupon I bought Interstellar for $15.99 & The Dark Knight Trilogy for $65.79. I bought Dunkirk from Target using some gift cards for $19.99 then bought Inception and The Prestige for $22.99 each, but using an old gift card my actual cost was zero.

  20. Went to B/N to see if they had The Dark Knight Trilogy. Poor guy working by the movies said they just got their new discs today and went through the boxes for me. Nothing. Their computer also shows they don't have any in stock or in a box anywhere. (It's no longer on BN.com either.)

    Best bet may be WB Shop, strange as that is and spring for the Nolan collection at $136. That's under $20 per movie, free shipping over $100 and $10 off with a promo code…

  21. I cancelled my preorder for the Nolan set from Amazon last night since it didn't ship yet then reserved my copy from Best Buy and picked it up today. The total bill was just enough to cover what was remaining of the spending requirement to maintain Elite status from Best Buy.

  22. Wayne_j

    I cancelled my preorder for the Nolan set from Amazon last night since it didn't ship yet then reserved my copy from Best Buy and picked it up today. The total bill was just enough to cover what was remaining of the spending requirement to maintain Elite status from Best Buy.

    Just checked, literally the closest BB to me that has it in stock is 22 miles away. :blink:

  23. Wayne_j

    I cancelled my preorder for the Nolan set from Amazon last night since it didn't ship yet then reserved my copy from Best Buy and picked it up today. The total bill was just enough to cover what was remaining of the spending requirement to maintain Elite status from Best Buy.

    Just checked, literally the closest BB to me that has it in stock is 22 miles away. :blink:

  24. For anyone interested, Disney has also snuck out a really quick digital-only release of Olaf's Frozen Adventure today. This is the Frozen holiday special which initially ran in front of Coco and then turned up on ABC last week.

    The digital release is priced at $9.99 and includes Olaf's Frozen Adventure plus six classic Disney shorts (but, oddly enough, it doesn't say anything about having Frozen Fever, which would have been a logical inclusion.) I don't know precisely what the other shorts are because I'm not getting it — I'll wait to see if a disc is forthcoming in the future — but it's there if anybody wants it. Despite the widespread derision it received in front of Coco, I really liked the short, personally.

    Or, if you just want to watch the Olaf short without owning it, ABC is re-airing it tonight at 8/7c.

  25. Can confirm no digital codes on Nolan 4K Collection set. Got mine at a local Best Buy. Also packaging was beat to hell and there were plastic bits on the inside, but it was the last one there, and the discs were unharmed, so…time to put them in more slim/attractive packaging (I use the sleeves from MMDesign).

  26. Jason_V

    Just checked, literally the closest BB to me that has it in stock is 22 miles away. :blink:

    Couple things — if you're going by the online inventory the small volume sets and new releases aren't very accurate. Several people went by their local and were happy to find items that said OOS. It's better to let the CSR check the internal inventory and local store stock — nowhere close to 100%, but a lot more accurate.

    The Nolan sets (esp the 7 film and Dark Knight sets) are almost zero stock everywhere. the singles appear to more available and i think The Prestige may be a BBY exclusive for now. Apparently there were serious production issues and only a small proportion of waht was ordered by Warner were delivered on time. Best Buy again seems to get dibs on inventory and Amazon and the Alliance family are left in the cold.

  27. David Norman

    Couple things — if you're going by the online inventory the small volume sets and new releases aren't very accurate. Several people went by their local and were happy to find items that said OOS. It's better to let the CSR check the internal inventory and local store stock — nowhere close to 100%, but a lot more accurate.

    The Nolan sets (esp the 7 film and Dark Knight sets) are almost zero stock everywhere. the singles appear to more available and i think The Prestige may be a BBY exclusive for now. Apparently there were serious production issues and only a small proportion of waht was ordered by Warner were delivered on time. Best Buy again seems to get dibs on inventory and Amazon and the Alliance family are left in the cold.

    I wish I was one of those people. 2 Target's, 2 Barnes and Noble, 1 Best Buy, 1 Wal Mart and 1 Fred Meyer. The closest I've come to seeing anything from this set on the shelf is Dunkirk . No shelf stickers, no place holders, no Prestige, no signage. Nothing.

    I have the same problem with the first Harry Potter. It's nowhere to be seen.

    Know what this tells me, really? I don't need these movies right now. They will invariably be on sale next year when everyone can get their assorted issues figured out and actually communicate with the consumer. At least Amazon says shipping date on some of the titles is the end of the month.

  28. Thanks Mike. It's my new mentality…if it requires too much effort or leg work, I can't be bothered. I realized I was hunting for exclusives and limited edition's for a long time and never enjoying the product. It would go on the shelf to sit. And sit.

    Thanksgiving weekend I literally purged half my collection. Pulled 500 titles down and sold them. Now the movie library is much slimmer. Made just over $500 on the movies. I'm also doing the same in all our closets. Made about $200 on junk we weren't using. All in the name of a simpler life…and making the move to San Diego a lot easier in 2020.

    Now, I really have to want a title to buy it. It's one of the reasons I hemmed and hawed over the Nolan titles. Would I watch The Prestige? Nope, don't really like it (The Illusionist is much better). Would I watch Inception? Probably, but I never watched the Blu-ray. Would I watch Interstellar? Probably, but again, never watched the Blu ray. So I came down to the Batman flicks. But no one has them in stock for me to buy. So everyone, including Warner, lost the sale. I saved either $150 (on the Nolan set) or $72 (on the Batman set). That's money to go toward some long-desired jewelry for Andrey… 🙄

  29. How'd ya sell the 500 movies (and make $500 in the process)?

    On the one hand that doesn't sound like a good return on your investment. But, making $500 on movies you easily pruned from your collection doesn't sound bad either…

  30. Mike Frezon

    How'd ya sell the 500 movies (and make $500 in the process)?

    On the one hand that doesn't sound like a good return on your investment. But, making $500 on movies you easily pruned from your collection doesn't sound bad either…

    I used a site called Decluttr. There's a phone app and you scan in barcodes to see what they'll pay. Print the mailing labels, drop them at the mailing place and done. I got my check about 2 weeks after shipping.

    It's a terrible ROI, but I wasn't getting any traction on any other sites…Half.com is gone, Amazon has stupid crazy requirements.

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