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.
Nintendo created three gorgeous books that are must-owns for any Legend of Zelda fan, and all three are on sale today. They aren’t all-time low prices (except for the Zelda Encyclopedia, which comes out next year), but they’re solid discounts off what you’d normally pay, so you won’t have to break too many pots or cut…
Wonder Woman was the rarest of all things: A good DC Comics film. You can own it forever via Amazon Instant Video for just $10 right now, if you’re a Prime member. Go watch and enjoy it before Justice League ruins everything again.
The Dark Tower was a very bad movie, but don’t let that turn you off of the excellent books. Download the first two to your Kindle for just $3 each today.
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.
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In what I assume is recompense for all the horrible movies we’ve been subjected to recently (Wonder Woman excluded), a whole bunch of digital DC comics are free right now on Amazon. There’s no catch, no membership requirement, and no limit to how many you can download.
At $8 per month (for Prime members), Amazon Music Unlimited was already more affordable than Spotify Premium or Apple Music, but Amazon’s sweetening the pot right now with a $5 Amazon.com credit when you sign up for a free trial with promo code MUSIC5.
Amazon always offers a free one-month trial of its Audible audiobook service, but for a limited time, they’re also tossing in an extra free book credit to sweeten the pot. That’s in addition to the book you normally get with the trial, and each credit is valid for any title in the Audible library. The best part? The…
If you want to jog your memory before seeing Blade Runner 2049, or <gasp> have never seen the original, you can own the Blade Runner: The Final Cut on Amazon Instant Video for just $7 today, if you’re a Prime member. This isn’t a rental: You’ll own it forever, or at least until the replicants kill us all.
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.
Need a Westeros fix now that Game of Thrones is on a long break and George R.R. Martin doesn’t have any pages? A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is a collection of three prequel novellas recounting the adventures of Sir Duncan the Tall and his squire, Egg, who’s actually...nah, I don’t want to spoil it.
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.
Hey, listen. The Legend of Zelda Encyclopedia doesn’t come out until next April, but the ultimate 320 page compendium for any Zelda fan is $16 off on Amazon if you preorder. And with Amazon’s Preorder Price Guarantee, you’ll automatically get the best price they list between now and launch day.
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.
Update: Sold out
Akira is one of those films that should be in every
anime movie fan’s collection, and Amazon’s knocked the 25th Anniversary Blu-ray down to $15 today, the best price we’ve seen all year.
The Collapsing Empire by John Scalzi was one of the most highly anticipated sci-fi novels of 2017, and it’s currently one of Amazon’s top sellers. Download the audiobook version (narrated by Wil Wheaton!) for just $3 today on Amazon.