Still don’t have The Dark Knight in your Blu-ray Disc collection? No time is better than now as Amazon is offering the 2-disc set for only $8.99. The Dark Knight on Blu-ray Disc features BD-Live, Dolby TrueHD 5.1 and 1080p video …
Amazon’s “Blu-ray Boxed Deal of the Week” is The Man with No Name Trilogy, starring Clint Eastwood in A Fistful of Dollars (Disc 1), For a Few Dollars More (Disc 2), and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Disc 3). The Blu-ray Discs are presented in 1080p at 2.35:1 widescreen aspect ratio with DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1. The box set will ship Sept. 2 and is now available to pre-order for only $27.99 (List: $69.98). The sale runs through Sept. 4.
Here is a nice Sony portable DVD player (Model: DVP-FX950) with 9″ display on sale at SonyStyle.com. The display is larger than most portable DVD players, with swivel design and 800×480 resolution. Take it in the car or on a …
Here’s a Blu-ray Disc deal for you. Unforgiven (1992) is currently on sale for $7.99. That’s 70% off the suggested MSRP of $28.99. The film stars Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman, Morgan Freeman and Richard Harris and won 4 Oscars including Best Supporting Actor (Gene Hackman), Best Director (Clint Eastwood), Best Film Editing (Joel Cox) and Best Picture (Clint Eastwood).
Normally priced at $69.99, The Bourne Trilogy has been cut in half at $34.99. This is Amazon’s special Boxed Set Deal of the Week, which includes The Bourne Identity, The Bourne Supremacy, and The Bourne Ultimatum in Universal’s “slim packaging.” — originally released June 22, 2010.
Amazon has dropped the price of the Panasonic DMP-B500 portable Blu-ray Disc player, and for a limited time is offering three free Blu-ray Discs with the purchase of the 10.1″ DMP-B500 or 8.9″ DMP-B100.
Get your HDTV off the floor! For a limited time PDR is offering mail-in rebates up to $125 for American-made HDTV wall mounts. The company currently has 11 models available for purchase which support a range of 23-inch to 80-inch …
For a limited time (3 days only), Amazon is discounting digital downloads of the three Matrix movies. The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and The Matrix Revolutions will be available on Aug. 3, Aug. 4, and Aug. 5, respectively at a discounted price. The single titles normally cost between $6.99 and $9.99 for digital purchase.
Originally priced at $124.99, The Godfather – The Coppola Restoration Giftset on Blu-ray Disc has been reduced 64-percent down to $44.99. The 4-disc set contains deleted scenes, documentaries and featurettes, behind the scenes footage, commentaries and story boards.
Check out a great deal on an HD Camcorder from Polaroid. This is the Polaroid DVG-720BC HD Digital Camcorder for only $69. The camera records at 720p resolution with audio and can also be used as a still camera to take 5.0 megapixel images. The display is a 2.7″ bright color LCD which rotates 270 degrees for easy viewing, even of yourself.
Sony is taking $100 off its CX350V HD camcorder that records 1920 x 1080 high-definition video to 32GB of internal Flash memory. The camera also features an “Exmor R” CMOS sensor, wide-angle G Lens, 12X optical zoom, Direct Copy, built-in GPS receiver. The HDR-CX350V which normally sells for $899 is now available for $799 until July 17, 2010.
Wanna get a free internet-ready home theater system from LG? Amazon is currently running a special where you get the LG LHB335 1100W Blu-ray system when you purchase a select LG LED HDTV. The LG LHB335 is a 6-speaker 1100W system with Netcast (allowing instant streaming of movies, music and videos) that retails for $429. Qualifying LG LE5400 and LE5500 series LCDs range from 42″ to 55″ with some models eligible for free shipping. The LE series are all LED backlit, WiFi ready, Wireless 1080p ready, 1080p resolution with 120Hz TruMotion. Check out the home theater offer at Amazon.
The first rule of Hollywood should be “don’t bet against James Cameron.” The second rule should simply support the first rule as a redundancy and reminder that Cameron achieves his successes where others fear to tread.
As an addendum to our earlier HD Report article on MLB.TV for PS3… let’s get in a quick review of this thing (watching Red Sox v. Texas on the NESN feed right now).
First off… no disc is required. This is a PS3 download (requiring a software update via the PS3’s broadband), and requires you to have a valid MLB.TV subscription (either one will do). The download takes up 16mb of space, and installs quickly. From there you enter your MLB.TV login info and off you go!
Amazon has dropped the price of this week’s upcoming Avatar release on Blu-ray/DVD Combo disc. The 2D version of Avatar was $24.99 (Reg. $39.99) but has been dropped 50-percent to $19.99. The two-disc set includes both high-definition Blu-ray and DVD versions. And, although no extras are included, producer Jon Landau says this strip-down version will have “the best picture and sound possible,” using all available BD space to maximize the quality of the film. (According to Landau, menus, extras, trailers and studio promotions will be omitted.) Avatar will release on Blu-ray Disc and DVD on Thursday, April 22, 2010, coinciding with this year’s Earth Day which is celebrating its 40th anniversary. (Read more here about Avatar’s Earth Day release.) Check out the price drop on Amazon and the Earth Day website.
Amazon is having a sale on several Blu-ray and DVD movies they label as “epic.” You may not agree all the titles are of the “epic” scale, but most are considered great films none-the-less. The Patriot (Extended Cut), Gandhi (+ BD Live), Seven Years in Tibet, and Glory are among the discounted titles. Other films categorized as epics include A Passage to India, Black Hawk Down, House of Flying Daggers, and Memoirs of a Geisha. Discounts range from 36% to 43% off the suggested retail price. Check out the price breakdowns below.