Weekly RoundUp 6-14-2016

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

– London Has  Fallen – 2016

– Here Comes Mr. Jordan – 1941

– 10 Cloverfield Lane – 2016

– Jaws 2 – 1978

– 45 Years – 2015
 

– The Hound of the Baskervilles – 1959

 

– Hello, My Name is Doris – 2015

– The Magnetic Monster – 1953

– Eddie the Eagle – 2016

The Prices

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UHD Amazon BestBuy Target
Eddie the Eagle (Blu-ray 4K) (Fox) $25.96
Star Trek (2009) (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $47.99
Star Trek Into Darkness (Blu-ray 4K) (Paramount) $47.99


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Blu-ray Amazon BestBuy Target
10 Cloverfield Lane  (Paramount) $19.99 $19.99 $19.99
45 Years $27.99
Airport: The Complete Collection (Universal) $17.99
American Girl: Lea to the Rescue (Universal) $19.99
Ballers (The Complete First Season) (HBO) $19.95 $19.99
Black Dog (Universal) $9.99
Blood on the Road $32.95
The Blues Brothers (Double Feature) $19.98
Bodyguards And Assassins (Shout! Factory) $11.99
The Bourne Classified Collection (Four Movies) $23.99
Brave One, The (1956)  (VCI) $14.99
Clint Eastwood: 3-Movie Western Collection  (Universal) $14.99
Conan: The Complete Quest (Universal) $19.98
Despicable Me: 3-Movie Collection (Universal) $27.49
Eddie the Eagle  (Fox) $19.96 $19.99 $14.99
Films of Maurice Pialat, The (Volume II) (Cohen Media Group) $29.99
Get a Job (Lions Gate) $14.99
Gold  (Kino) $19.99
Grantchester: Season 2  (PBS) $44.87
Gridlocked  (Magnolia) $17.99
Hello, My Name is Doris $17.99
Here Comes Mr. Jordan  (Criterion) $27.99
House of the Baskervilles, The (1959)  (Twilight Time)
Inserts (Twilight Time)
Jaws 2  (Universal) $14.98
Jaws 3  (Universal) $14.98
Jaws: The Revenge  (Universal) $14.98
Jeepers Creepers  (Shout! Factory) $21.06
Jeepers Creepers 2  (Shout! Factory) $21.06
La chienne  (Criterion) $27.99
London Has Fallen (Universal) $19.96 $19.99 $19.99
Magnetic Monster, The  (Kino) $14.99
Member of the Wedding, The (Twilight Time)
Panic in Needle Park, The (Twilight Time)
Power: The Complete Second Season (Anchor Bay) $29.96 $29.99
Quackerz (Blu-ray 3-D) (Shout! Factory) $17.99
Rabid Dogs: Collector’s Edition (Shout! Factory) $22.99
Rollerball: Encore Edition (Twilight Time)
Romeo Is Bleeding  (Twilight Time)
Something Big (Kino) $14.99
Sorceress (1994) (Synapse) $24.95
Star Trek:TOS – The Complete Series: Epik Pack (Paramount) $59.99
X-Files, The (Event Series)  (Fox) $12.99 $12.99 $19.99
X-Files: The Complete Series + The Event Series (Fox) $299.99
Young Messiah, The  (Universal) $19.96

 

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DVD Amazon BestBuy Target
10 Cloverfield Lane (Paramount) $19.99 $16.99
45 Years (Paramount) $29.98
5 Years After the Fall (Bayview Entertainment) $11.99
Alaskan Bush People – Seasons 1 & 2 (Lions Gate) $14.99
Alien Reptilian Legacy (Bayview Entertainment) $11.99
American Girl: Lea to the Rescue (Universal) $12.99
Back to the Future: Animated Series – Season I (Universal) $10.99
Bad, Bad, Gang! (Impulse) $24.95
Ballers (The Complete First Season) (HBO) $14.95 $14.99 $14.99
Blood On The Reel (SGL Entertainment) $19.95
The Bourne Classified Collection (Four Movies) $17.49
Dark Shadows (50th Anniv. Compilation) (MPI) $11.60
Deadman Apocalypse (Breaking Glass Pictures) $21.99
Despicable Me (Three Movie Collection) $23.49
Dinky (Warner Archives) $21.99
Eddie the Eagle (Fox) $12.96 $12.99
Films of Maurice Pialat, The (Volume II) (Cohen Media Group) $23.99
Get a Job (Lions Gate) $12.99
Grantchester: Season 2 (PBS) $23.93
Gridlocked (Magnolia) $12.99
Hello, My Name is Doris $14.99
Help, I’ve Shrunk the Family (Cinedigm) $9.00
Here Comes Mr. Jordan (Criterion) $22.99
La chienne (Criterion) $22.99
Land Before Time (Complete Coll.) (Universal) $49.99
League, The (Complete Series) (Fox) $99.98
League, The: Season 7 The Final Fantasy (Fox) $29.98
Little England (Corinth Films) $24.95
London Has Fallen (Universal) $16.99 $14.99
Lord Jeff (Warner Archives) $21.99
Maude – Season 5 (Shout! Factory) $7.14
Mutilations (Massacre Video) $9.99
O’Shaughnessy’s Boy (Warner Archives) $21.99
Power: Season 2 $24.96 $24.99
Quackerz (Shout! Factory) $11.99
Remote Control (2016) (Shami Media Group) $19.95
Resurrection (1980) (Universal) $9.04
Shark Week: Jawsome Encounters (Lions Gate) $14.99
Sorceress (1994) (Synapse) $19.95
Stablemates (Warner Archives) $21.99
Stand Clear of the Closing Doors (Kino) $17.99
Tarzan, Lord of the Jungle: Season One (Warner Archive) $14.99
Those People (Wolfe) $24.95
Tough Guy (Warner Archives) $21.99
Unstable (Hybrid) $9.99
X-Files, The (Event Series) (Fox) $19.98 $14.99
Young Messiah, The (Universal) $16.99

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

–Another week of Twilight Time releases.  You know the drill.  They can only be pre-ordered HERE and HERE.

–Best Buy, this week, has EXCLUSIVE STEELBOOK PACKAGING with their Blu copies of 10 Cloverfield Lane.   And there’s no premium for purchasing a steelbook copy as opposed to a standard copy.

–Best Buy has the following Blu-rays on sale this week (all Blu unless otherwise noted):

$11.99:  Deadpool, The Revenant

$12.99:  13 Hours, Gods of Egypt, Pride + Prejudice + Zombies, Straight Outta Compton, Creed, Black Mass, Hail Caesar!, Ride Along 2.

$14.99:  Batman:  Four Films (Tim Burton era)

$19.99:  Rocky:  Undisputed Collection

$39.99:  007—Daniel Craig Collection (four pack)

$49.99:  Jurassic Park Collection (four pack), Ultimate Three Stooges Collection (DVD), Seinfeld Complete Series (DVD)

$59.99:  Batman: Complete Series, Star Trek: The Original Complete Series

–Best Buy is advertising a Buy One, Get One Free sale on a number of Blu-rays.  Up to 70 titles from which to choose.  Titles shown are:  Ghostbusters, Whiplash, Bone Tomahawk, The Last Dragon, DaVinci Code/Angels & Demons, The Fifth Element, Aloha, American Hustle, Amazing Spider-Man, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2, Men In Black, White House Down.

–Best Buy Odds and Ends:  Without showing prices, BB has “Up to 50% off” on titles such as Big Bang Theory: S7 (Blu), Falling Skies: S4 (Blu) and a number of DVDs:  San Andreas, Mad Max Fury Road, Vacation, The Man from UNCLE, Entourage the Movie, Magic Mike XXL, Pan, Arrow: S2, Better Call Saul: S2, House of Cards: S3.

–Target this week has the following Blu-ray titles on sale:

$5.00:  Interstellar, Unbroken, Lone Survivor, Jack Reacher: Jurassic Park: Lost World, Inception (and more).

$10.00:  Straight Outta Compton, Sicario, Furious 7, Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, Ted 2, Southpaw (and more).

$12.00:  Creed, Ride Along 2, Black Mass

$13.00:  SPECTRE, The Martian, Concussion

$14.99:  Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, Dirty Grandpa

$16.99:  Gods of Egypt

$17.99:  X-Men Trilogy Pack, Bridge of Spies

$19.99:  The Last Witch Hunter

$22.99:  Race, Triple 9

$23.99:  Star Wars: The Force Awakens

–Target is also advertising a number of DVDs on sale this week:

$7.00:  Mad Max Fury Road, American Sniper, Daddy’s Home, ID4, Terminator: Genisys, San Andreas, Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, The Big Short, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

$10:00:  Fargo: Season 2, The Americans: Season 3, Homeland: Season 4

$13.00:  Big Bang Theory: Season 8, The Vikings: Season 3

$17.99:  Bourne Trilogy, Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection

–Target Odds and Ends: The DVD of Zootopia is listed at $19.99.

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Mike Frezon

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40 Comments

  1. Screw everything about Paramount trying to charge $48 for these new Star Trek re-releases.  Completely scummy.It's down to $43 on Amazon btw mike.  Still, should be $19.99 each.  I plead with my fellow 4K supporters not to pay these criminal prices.

  2. Awesome week for me. I'll be picking up Jaws 2, Jaws 3, Jaws: The Revenge, 10 Cloverfield Lane and The X-Files: Season Ten.Nice to them all relatively reasonably priced too.Thanks for the prices, Mike! 🙂

  3. It is with an absurd amount of enthusiasm that I'm looking forward to Jaws 2, 3 and 4. I'm getting the bunch for about $25. This is going to be a great way to start the summer.And remind myself to stay out of the water…

  4. The only way I'll spring for the Star Trek UHDs are at BB for $29.99. As much as I love those films, I'm not paying $47.99 for them (or any other, short of a 4K release of the OOT, are you listening Lucasfilm? 😉 )

  5. On the other hand, if people don't buy Star Trek at whatever price they're offered at, Paramount will just do what they've done in the past with other Star Trek products and not release anymore in that format. This is what they did with releasing the rest of the different Star Trek TV series when it came to blu-ray.Find a good price if you can but holding out isn't going to help when it come to Paramount.

  6. I notice Best Buy lowered its price on Hail Caesar! by $7 since last week.  Tried to get Amazon to price match it but didn't get anywhere – so it looks like I'm returning my Amazon order when it arrives and buying from Best Buy.

  7. In anticipation of Father's Day on June 19th, we see the usual mix of sales on catalog action films and some nice price drops on recent releases for dad:  Deadpool and The Revenant, anyone?!?

     

    Happy shopping!

     

    And thanks in advance for the likes to this week's OP…and for all the likes of RoundUps past!

  8. Thanks for the prices, Mike.

     

    I did put up the review for The League: The Final Fantasy last night. It's here. I'll have the review for Here Comes Mr. Jordan up as soon as I get the disc in the player and watch it. I'm also waiting on Eddie the Eagle and The X-Files. (And the Twilight Time releases, of course).

  9. Also Lionsgate has been pretty good about supporting 4K, why aren't;t these knuckleheads releasing London Has Fallen day and date?

     

    DUMB.

     

     

    The home video distribution is with Universal which hasn't released a 4k title yet.

  10. I should be more embarrassed to say that, despite it being awful, I've become a fan of Jaws 3.

     

    It's goofy fun and lets me relive some great memories from a long time ago.

     

    I have the two disc complete score playing right now…

  11. It's goofy fun and lets me relive some great memories from a long time ago.

     

    I have the two disc complete score playing right now…Yeah, nostalgia plays a big part for me but setting aside what doesn't work with the movie, there are some effective parts (Overman locking the gate underwater, the two guys poaching, FitzRoyce getting eaten, sexy Lea Thompson, Louis Gossett saying "You're talking about some damn shark's mother?!") which is more than I can say for Jaws: The Revenge.

     

    I got the Jaws 3 two-disc soundtrack too. The recently released Jaws 2 soundtrack is fantastic.

  12. OK but why does Lionsgate retain the home rights on LHF but not their other titles?  Please, if you guys know WTF is going on here explain the whole thing instead of expecting us to fill in the blanks.

  13. Mike, if you take your picture taking device to Target – be sure to have plenty of memory! There are white sales tags posted all over the media area. I picked-up the Target exclusive version of "The Big Short' for $10.00. (& "Bridge of Spies" for $17.99)

  14. I did put up the review for The League: The Final Fantasy last night. It's here. I'll have the review for Here Comes Mr. Jordan up as soon as I get the disc in the player and watch it. I'm also waiting on Eddie the Eagle and The X-Files. (And the Twilight Time releases, of course).

     

    I don't know how I missed it, Matt.  There is now a link to your review in the article.

     

    I see Kevin has also just posted his review of the Blu of London Has Fallen.  A link is in the article. 

     

    London Has Fallen is on it's way to me now as I LOVED Olympus Has Fallen and missed the sequel in the theater.  Can't wait.  I need to run off and see what Kevin says about it!

  15. London Has Fallen is on it's way to me now as I LOVED Olympus Has Fallen and missed the sequel in the theater.  Can't wait.  I need to run off and see what Kevin says about it!

    He's not very complimentary, but I enjoyed it in the theater. :razz:opcorn:

  16. The only way I'll spring for the Star Trek UHDs are at BB for $29.99. As much as I love those films, I'm not paying $47.99 for them (or any other, short of a 4K release of the OOT, are you listening Lucasfilm? 😉 )

     

    On the other hand, if people don't buy Star Trek at whatever price they're offered at, Paramount will just do what they've done in the past with other Star Trek products and not release anymore in that format. This is what they did with releasing the rest of the different Star Trek TV series when it came to blu-ray.

     

    Find a good price if you can but holding out isn't going to help when it come to Paramount.

     

    Easy enough to avoid the price — don't buy at Amazon though with BBy already listed price  it';s incredibly unlikely Amazon won't be $30 by tomorrow.

     

    Another possible long shot that might be worth looking into though still some missing information — with B&N 40% off sale presumably starting tomorrow there is still some confusion over whether the 4K discs will be discounted or not.      If  4K are eligible then they might be $25 or less  with the extra 15/ 20% off codes that will be active either online or in-store by the end of the week.    Downsides — a lot of new release items aren't discounted for direct online orders and most B&M stores don't have in stock though.   The workaround IF they are part of the sale is to do an instore generated ship to home order which allows the instore price and the 10% BN member discount if applicable (plus extra discount coupons if you have them).  It's not inconceivable that they could be as low as $20-21

  17. Thank you, Mike! Most grateful! The X Files arrived this afternoon, so I've started work on it.

    When you get a chance, can you tell me if the second and sixth episodes still have their 'Previously On The X-Files' segments at the beginning of the episodes? I've got some other discs that I want to get through before watching The X-Files but my nerd OCD doesn't want to wait to find out. 🙂

  18. When you get a chance, can you tell me if the second and sixth episodes still have their 'Previously On The X-Files' segments at the beginning of the episodes? I've got some other discs that I want to get through before watching The X-Files but my nerd OCD doesn't want to wait to find out. 🙂

    The second one does. I got through the first four tonight and all of the bonus features. I'll finish the other two tomorrow, and have the review up in the late afternoon.

  19. It sucks to wait on those Star Trek discs but if they're backordered, they're selling better than BB expected so that's a plus for the format.

    Or they ordered a very small batch. Both have happened in the past so it's not safe to assume one over the other.

  20. Or they ordered a very small batch. Both have happened in the past so it's not safe to assume one over the other.

    I'm sure they didn't order many but they still ordered what they thought they could sell and that the sales are exceeding their expectations is a good thing.

  21. Most Best Buy's have the Star Trek 4k's in stock, but they are not on the floor yet (they will be on Sunday). Ask someone to check the warehouse to see if they have any, and then ask them to price match BestBuy.com, as they will ring up on the register at $31.99.

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