If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits $17... you’re going to see some serious shit.
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We’ve posted a couple of deals on classic monster DVDs lately, but this one’s a Blu-ray, and it’s cheaper than ever.
Shopping for a Jurassic Park fan (or yourself) this holiday season? All four films (including the semi-recent Jurassic World) are down to just $24 in one awesome Blu-ray set, complete with two discs full of bonus features.
Batman: The Animated Series turned 25 this past September, and while it’s one of the most beloved animated shows of the past three decades, it’s been confined to DVD box sets for years. That’s about to change, because the animated Dark Knight is finally coming to HD.
GKIDS is preparing to re-release a bunch of Studio Ghibli classics on Blu-ray, and you can preorder them for $17-$18 right now on Amazon.
It’s not exactly a second season, but Firefly fans should still be excited to see that the show just got a special edition 15th anniversary Blu-ray release last month, and you can save a few bucks off MSRP by preordering.
When it comes to Star Wars trilogies, this is the trilogy you’re looking for. If you don’t already own these films in one form or another, $20 for all three is as good as it gets.
Logan was a stunningly great conclusion to Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine series, and the Blu-ray is $5 off right now, if you still haven’t picked it up. We saw it for $12 briefly back in June, but it’s been holding steady at $20 for awhile now.
It’s not exactly a second season, but Firefly fans should still be excited to see that the show is getting a special edition 15th anniversary Blu-ray release this month, and you can save a few bucks off MSRP by preordering.
If you hate the Star Wars prequel trilogy more than Anakin Skywalker hates sand, you can get a Blu-ray combo with just episodes IV-VI for $28 today, an all-time low.
Update: Totoro is sold out, but the others are still around.
If you’ve enjoyed the new Star Trek movies, and want to catch up on the show that inspired them, you can beam up the complete original series Blu-ray box set for $50, the best price we’ve seen since January. This should sell out quickly, so I’d head over to Amazon at warp factor 7 to grab your copy.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is coming to home video very soon and with it, a whole new perspective on the making of the film. We’ve already seen a behind-the-scenes clip, some cool Easter eggs and now, the always-wonderful gag reel is online. Spoiler: These guys had a lot of fun making this movie.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is super-loaded with 1980s righteousness, so it should come as no surprise that even its freaking DVD/Blu-ray ad went the same route. We at io9 try to avoid posting commercials in general, so we find it deeply irksome that this one is so fun we felt we had to share it with you anyway.
If you don’t have a job, children, errands, or really any responsibilities to speak of, then you have time to watch the Lord of the Rings extended trilogy. For the rest of us, the theatrical versions will suffice, especially when you can get all three on Blu-ray for $10.
It sucks having to re-buy your favorite movies every time a new format comes out. But this new Terminator 2 box set not only gets you one of the greatest action movies of all time in glorious 4K, it also comes with a limited edition metal T-800 endoskeleton arm that brings you one step closer to building your own…
When your movie stars a walking tree and talking raccoon, it goes without saying there are lots of CG effects. But in this brand new behind-the-scenes clip from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, you’ll be amazed at the number of practical effects director James Gunn and his team used to create this scene of Rocket…
I urge you not to judge Ghost in the Shell based on the Scarlett Johannson film. Instead, add the 25th Anniversary Blu-ray of the original to your collection for just $8, within $1 of an all-time low.