Best Deals on this week's new releases.

Where to find the Best Deals on Movies & TV Shows on Blu-ray and DVD…

The Features

– SPECTRE – 2015

– Crimson Peak – 2015

– Sheba, Baby – 1975

– Love the Coopers – 2015

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!

DVDs Amazon BestBuy Target
99 Homes $12.99 $14.99
Back From Hell $14.95
Better You, A $24.95
Carol Burnett Show: Treasures From the Vault $39.99
Chaplains $19.99
City of Vultures $12.99
Convergence $24.98
Crimson Peak $19.99 $16.99
Dicks – The Dicks From Texas [Avail. Feb. 12] $19.95
E.N.D. $11.99
Emigrants, The / The New Land [Criterion] $22.99
Freaks of Nature $14.99
Grandma $19.99
Hangman $13.99
Hee Haw [Kornfield Klassics] $12.95
I Can Be President $12.95
Last Assignment, The $14.98
Leftovers, The:   Season 2 $32.99
Love the Coopers $19.99 $17.99 $16.99
Marshland $27.99
MI-5 $13.99
Nutbag $14.95
Paolo Gioli: The Complete Filmworks $29.95
Paprika [1991] $24.95
Paulette $14.95
Playin’ For Love $14.99
Portrait of a Serial Monogamist $24.95
Red Krokodil $19.95
Second Coming $19.99
Secundaria $24.95
Sociopatha $11.99
SPECTRE $15.99 $14.99 $15.99
Star Trek [Original Motion Picture Collection] $27.99
Star Trek: Next Generation [Motion Pict. Coll.] $17.99
Surfing With The Enemy $11.95
Touched by an Angel:   Complete Series $95.99
Violent Life, A $19.95
Welcome to Leith $17.99


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-rays Amazon BestBuy Target
99 Homes   [Best Buy Exclusive] $16.99
Convergence $29.98
Crimson Peak $22.99 $22.99
Emigrants, The / The New Land [Criterion] $27.99
Freaks of Nature $26.99
Grandma $24.99
Hangman $12.99
Leftovers, The:   Season 2 $44.96
Lizard In A Women’s Skin, A $19.99
Love the Coopers $22.99 $22.99 $22.99
MI-5    $19.99
Mighty Wind, A    $17.99
Passage, The $19.99
Paulette $20.49
Sheba, Baby $19.99
Southerner, The $19.99
SPECTRE $19.99 $19.99 $19.99
Star Trek [Original Motion Picture Collection] $34.99
Star Trek: Next Generation [Motion Pict. Coll.] $22.99

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

–More Twilight Time releases are coming next week. They can be pre-ordered HERE and HERE.

–Best Buy, this week, has EXCLUSIVE STEELBOOK PACKAGING with their Blu copies of SPECTRE. And, buy SPECTRE on Blu-ray AND any other Bond Blu-ray steelbook ($9.99 apiece) and save $5.   Titles shown are: Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace and Skyfall.

–Best Buy also has an EXCLUSIVE Blu-ray release of 99 Homes ($16.99).

–Pre-order Game of Thrones: Season 5. “Choose from one of three special sigil packaging options only @ Best Buy. Available 3-15-16. Pre-order ONLINE ONLY at bestbuy.com/GameofThrones.”

–The following recent releases are on sale this week at Best Buy (all Blu unless otherwise noted):

$9.99: The Perfect Guy, Hitman: Agent 47, Maze Runner: Scorch Trials, Apollo 13, Life of Pi, Grand Budapest Hotel, The Theory of Everything, Ghostbusters 1 & 2, 12 Years a Slave.

$14.99:  MI: Rogue Nation, Martian, Hotel Transylvania 2, Fantastic 4, Goosebumps, Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies, The Intern, Taken 3, The Sound of Music, Ex Machina, Falling Skies: Season 4, Shameless: Season 4, Trainwreck (DVD), Sons of Anarchy: Final Season (DVD), Fear the Walking Dead: S1 (DVD), Power: S1 (DVD), Roots: 30th Anniversary Edition (DVD), The Following :S3 (DVD).

$19.99: Doctor Who: Series 9 Part 1, Flesh and Bone (DVD), The Goldbergs: Season 2 (DVD), CSI: Cyber: Season 1 (DVD), Extant: S2 (DVD), Penny Dreadful: S1 (DVD).

$89.99:  The James Bond Collection.

–Best Buy is advertising up to $8 toward one movie admission to see Deadpool with the purchase of select specially-marked titles. Titles shown are the following $7.99 Blu-rays: The Terminator, RoboCop, X-Men (MetalPak).

–Best Buy Odds and Ends:  A list of $4.99 Blu-ray titles! Up to 32 titles from which to choose. Titles shown are: Notting Hill, Dallas Buyers Club, Meet the Parents, Cowboys and Aliens, Role Models, Reality Bites, This is 40, Change-Up, Robin Hood, Babe.

–Target this week has an EXCLUSIVE BONUS DISC with its Blu-ray copies of SPECTRE. The disc contains 20 minutes of bonus content. The extras include: From Title Song to Title Sequence…and more.

–Target is also advertising the following Blu-ray Disney titles for $19.99: Brave and The Little Mermaid.

–15 to 30% off Valentine’s Day movies and books at Target this week.  Titles shown include Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown ($10 DVD).

–Target Odds and Ends: None to report.

 

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Hey Rounduppers!

I gotta say I like the looks of the new formatting for the RoundUp. Let me know what you guys think.

One thing I'll be bringing up to the owners is that it's impossible to tell the difference between text with links and text without links.

For the record, Matt Hough has done a review of MI-5 and RAH has a thread on A Mighty Wind. Click those titles in the Blu-ray grid to read those.

And, of course, all the Amazon prices are clickable links which hep support the HTF. Thanks in advance for using those links.

And, as always, thanks in advance for your likes of the OP. They are always noted and appreciated.
 

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Thanks for your work, Mike. I'll probably get Spectre at some point because I have all of the other Daniel Craig Bond films, but I didn't love it enough to rush out and make it an ASAP purchase, so I'm fine waiting for a price drop on that (even though the steelbook looks cool.) That being said, nothing for me this week.
 

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Thanks, Mike! Just FYI: The first photo (Weekly RoundUp logo?) and the DVD/Blu-Ray logo images are broken links for me. When I click "View Image", I get the following error: "You do not have permission to view media within this album."

I'll probably get Spectre at some point because I have all of the other Daniel Craig Bond films, but I didn't love it enough to rush out and make it an ASAP purchase, so I'm fine waiting for a price drop on that (even though the steelbook looks cool.) That being said, nothing for me this week.
Same for me. This one will have to wait until it drops below $10.
 
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I'll get Crimson Peak this week and at some point I'll get Spectre ($20 is a good price but Bond always goes on sale) and Sheba, Baby.

Thanks for the prices, Mike! :)
 

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I am slated to review SPECTRE as well as three of the Twilight Time releases (argh! I'm not finished reviewing the January releases yet!), but none are at my fingertips yet.

Thanks for the prices, Mike! The RoundUp looks nice!
 
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Thanks Mike!

On Safari (which I've had to switch to since the app went away post conversion) the prices are cut off in either portrait or landscape mode. Any suggestions from fellow HTF members? I'm reading via iPhone.
 

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Thanks, Mike! Just FYI: The first photo (Weekly RoundUp logo?) and the DVD/Blu-Ray logo images are broken links for me. When I click "View Image", I get the following error: "You do not have permission to view media within this album."


Same for me. This one will have to wait until it drops below $10.
Adam:

Thanks! Can you see them now? I never would have known had you not said something. I think I changed the permissions of the album where they are stored so you should be able to see them now.
 

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Thanks Mike!

On Safari (which I've had to switch to since the app went away post conversion) the prices are cut off in either portrait or landscape mode. Any suggestions from fellow HTF members? I'm reading via iPhone.
Adam has already noted that, privately, with me Steve. It is on our "to do" list to figure out how to fix that.

Well, it's actually on Adam's "to do" list because I'd have no idea. :D It's his jobs to fix things, it's my job to just stand around and look pretty. :laugh:
 

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I'm sure it's not a major concern but for those of us running ABP on Chrome those 'article' pages (and the HTF front page) are a formatting disaster.

I sure prefer having the WRU in the thread tho not as a separate article, just like my opinion man!

Also, is it possible to have UHDs in their own chart for those of us early adopters?
 

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I'm sure it's not a major concern but for those of us running ABP on Chrome those 'article' pages (and the HTF front page) are a formatting disaster.

I sure prefer having the WRU in the thread tho not as a separate article, just like my opinion man!

Also, is it possible to have UHDs in their own chart for those of us early adopters?
#1 What's ABP? Not that it matters to me...but you might want to let Adam know about that. I let him know (with visual proof) that the homepage wasn't displaying right for me and he and Dave had it fixed up pronto.

#2 I think the article thing is here to stay.

#3 I was thinking of that as I realized that title was coming up this week...although I've since been told--via PM--that it has been pushed back to March 1st. I remember going through this when HD-DVD and Blu-rays first came out, too. What seems so normal now made me really configure things differently back then! :biggrin:
 

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I guess the Twilight Time titles I've got in the grid this week have been pushed back to next week. Grrrrrr.
 

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Hey Rounduppers!

I gotta say I like the looks of the new formatting for the RoundUp. Let me know what you guys think.

One thing I'll be bringing up to the owners is that it's impossible to tell the difference between text with links and text without links.

For the record, Matt Hough has done a review of MI-5 and RAH has a thread on A Mighty Wind. Click those titles in the Blu-ray grid to read those.

And, of course, all the Amazon prices are clickable links which hep support the HTF. Thanks in advance for using those links.

And, as always, thanks in advance for your likes of the OP. They are always noted and appreciated.
Thanks for the RoundUp, Mike. I still strongly dislike having to click on a link to read it especially since it takes me away from the thread.
 

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The Amazon link to Life of Pi 4K Blu-ray still says March 1 release date.
 

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I'm sure it's not a major concern but for those of us running ABP on Chrome those 'article' pages (and the HTF front page) are a formatting disaster.

I sure prefer having the WRU in the thread tho not as a separate article, just like my opinion man!

Also, is it possible to have UHDs in their own chart for those of us early adopters?
It's the theme you are using most likely. If you swap to the regular one, it'll look fine.
 
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Thanks for the RoundUp, Mike. I still strongly dislike having to click on a link to read it especially since it takes me away from the thread.
Do what I always do, David. Right-click on the link and open in a new tab.

Unless, of course, you are reading it on your phone/tablet...
 

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The Amazon link to Life of Pi 4K Blu-ray still says March 1 release date.
Yup. I noted that up above in post #12.

I've just figured out how to edit a RoundUp in this new format. So, I've removed the Twilight Time pre-orders from the specials and Blu grid...as well as Life of Pi (4k UHD).
 

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Do what I always do, David. Right-click on the link and open in a new tab.

Unless, of course, you are reading it on your phone/tablet...
Which is where I do 95% of my HTF reading.