Add these angsty 80's classics to your Blu-ray collection for $15, or just $5 per movie. This set includes The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Weird Science, so you can watch all the quirky awkwardness and be grateful your teenage years are behind you.
Update: Also $5 as a 4K download on iTunes.
Especially if you already have a 3D TV, grabbing this $10 75th anniversary edition 3D Blu-ray of The Wizard of Oz requires no brain at all.
A must-own for any browncoat, Firefly’s feature film epilogue Serenity recently got a 4K Blu-ray release, and it’s down to an all-time low $15 on Amazon right now, complete with a regular Blu-ray and a digital copy. Now if we could just get the same treatment for the show. Or, you know, a new season.
I still say that Star Trek (2009) is far and away the best Trek movie ever made, but for those of you that have a soft spot in your heart for the six original series films, head over to Amazon at warp factor 8 to get the box set for an all-time low $25.
You don’t need Bruce Wayne’s fortune to afford the Dark Knight trilogy today. This UHD Blu-ray set includes all three Chris Nolan Batman films in 4K, along with regular 1080p Blu-rays, plus digital copies. At $65, the box set never been cheaper.
Long after the ice caps have melted and the rainforests have been eliminated, you’ll be able to rewatch hours upon hours of Earth porn that you bought for just $15.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to watch all five Mission: Impossible films in one day with this $20 Blu-ray set. I know it’s Tom Cruise and everything, but the last two especially were actually really good. The sixth movie comes out in July, so this is a good way to get caught up.
Set a course for Amazon and prepare your warp drives, because this Star Trek: The Next Generation - The Complete Series Blu-ray set is just $86, the lowest price ever.
Legend of Korra was one of the best shows on TV during its time, let alone one of the best anime series, and you can own all four seasons on Blu-ray for an all-time low $24, courtesy of Amazon.
With all due respect to Frances McDormand, Aubrey Plaza deserved the best actress Oscar for her role in Ingrid Goes West. If you haven’t seen darkly funny send-up of our Instagram and celebrity-obsessed culture, do yourself a favor and grab the Blu-ray + Digital combo pack from Amazon for just $10.
Update: Sold out
If any movie truly deserves ultra HD 4K quality, it’s probably this one. This Planet Earth II 4K Blu-ray is down to its lowest price since Deals Week, just $30.
Update: This deal is back, if you missed it yesterday. The regular Blu-ray/Digital combo back is also available for $20.
Breaking Bad is the best show ever created—don’t @ me, The Wire fans, the fifth season was a mess and you know it—and the complete series Blu-ray is down to its best price in nearly a year. Yeah, bitch!
Today on Amazon, $30 gets you nine popular Mel Brooks films on Blu-ray, including Blazing Saddles, Robin Hood: Men In Tights, and Spaceballs, plus a ton of special features. It was cheaper around the holiday shopping season, but otherwise, $30 is a really good price for this set.
Even if you aren’t generally an anime person, Attack On Titan is worth watching, and the entire first season (25 episodes) is just $28 on Amazon today, an all-time low.
Pay just $16 to own all three The Purge Blu-rays, not just for one night, but forever. It will surely spur lively conversation about the logistics of this premise and what you would do in this situation, which is arguably the best part about watching these movies.
Update: Sold out