The first time I saw that MoviePass requires you to be at the theater to buy tickets I did a triple take. I mean, holy shit. Ignoring that fact for a moment, MoviePass also doesn’t grant you access to premium showings like IMAX or Atmos... which are the only reason to go to the movies. Sinemia, while far from perfect,…
Update: Also $5 as a 4K download on iTunes.
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.
Update: Sold out
Update: Now available for $10 digitally as well.
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.
Amazon’s casting another discount spell on the Harry Potter films, offering them digitally a la carte for just $5 each. We’ve seen better per-film pricing on a few Blu-ray box set deals, but if you just need a few movies to complete your collection, or don’t want to deal with physical media anymore, hop on your…
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
Update: This deal is back, if you missed it yesterday. The regular Blu-ray/Digital combo back is also available for $20.
If you have access to an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, you can save $5 on your next night out at the movies courtesy of Fandango. To get the deal, you’ll need to purchase two movie tickets, pay with Apple Pay, and use code STARPOWER at checkout. The $5 you save might just buy you a small popcorn.
Grave of the Fireflies is among the best anime and best war movies ever made. Powerful and essential. Get the Blu-ray today for $11, but just remember that it doesn’t come with any tissues.
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.
If the mixed doubles curling and the snowboard teen have infected you with Olympic Fever, the Criterion Collection’s massive Olympic documentary box set is down to $200 today, an all-time low price, and half what it cost when it came out last year.
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 $13 today, the best price we’ve seen since 2016.
If you go just a few rungs down the ladder below the Big Four of prestige television drama (Breaking Bad, The Wire, The Sopranos, and Mad Men, in that order, don’t @ me), you’ll find Boardwalk Empire, and you can own the entire series on Blu-ray today for an all-time low $50.
Update: Sold out
Dunkirk just picked up a whole bunch of Oscar nominations, and you can add it to your Blu-ray and digital collection for just $10 today. We aren’t sure how long this deal will last, so the clock is ticking.