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Old 06-21-2013, 05:29 PM   #16
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Most expensive was probably the Battle Royale Collection, which was like $35, and cheapest was any of the first season Masters of Horror blus, $2 each at Fry's.
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Old 06-21-2013, 05:48 PM   #17
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Yeah alien blu box set at I think 69 or something when it came out

Single disc I think would be Remote Control blu @ 34.95 (which was worth IT!)

I think I spent 130 for the cult epics cannibal holocaust on LD back in the day tho
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Old 06-21-2013, 08:39 PM   #18
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If you got it as a present that doesn't count and plz include prices to.

For me:

The most expensive is:
A Nightmare on Elm Street Collection UK release. Price was $75

The least expensive was:
A whole bunch of Dollar Tree Blu-ray pick ups. $1
WTF... I paid 12 for the UK edition of "A Nightmare on Elm Street Collection", on street date.
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:18 PM   #19
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In terms of cheapest i have got loads of 0.99p BDs off Fleabay. Stuff like Rocky, Hostel and The Deer Hunter. Most expensive would have been my Australian import of I Spit On Your Grave. I think it worked out just under 20 but as I havent got a region free BD player at the time it was my only option. In the old days of DVD i did pay silly money for things I really wanted like German imports of Anthropophagus. I also splashed out nearly 30 quid on the now OOP Creeping Flesh DVD from DD Video which i believe is worth more than that now.
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Old 06-22-2013, 02:24 AM   #20
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Least - Red Riding Hood/Let Me In/Mimic (tie) 3.99 Amazon Black Friday
Most - Sucker Punch Comic Con Steelbook - 120.00
I like but don't love Sucker Punch- but I thought the steel book was one of the coolest I had ever seen. I must admit I did end up selling it earlier this year though- was nice to have and look at for a while but I realized it was just too much for a movie that wasn't in my top 50 <: I think my favorite looking steelbook currently is my Sin City German Steelbook - The pic of Jessica Alba on the cover is just great
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:10 PM   #21
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Is there any dollar Blu's of Night of the Living Dead yet?
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Old 06-22-2013, 07:32 PM   #22
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not a blu-ray but look at the cost of a VHS tape back in 1987. Nearly $80.00.
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Old 06-22-2013, 08:41 PM   #23
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Is there any dollar Blu's of Night of the Living Dead yet?
Not yet. I highly recommend the Happinet blu-ray The transfer is gorgeous (despite being cropped), the One For the Fire documentary is in HD and it's region-free. I'm sure you can get it for around $15-20. I paid $65 when it first came out and felt as though I got my money's worth. The black blu-ray case is awesome too.
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Old 06-22-2013, 08:43 PM   #24
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Is there any dollar Blu's of Night of the Living Dead yet?
I'm surprised that the us didn't get atleast 50,000 different blu-ray Multi packs of that film from a group of 20,000 holy shit that exsist blu-ray disturbators
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Least - Red Riding Hood/Let Me In/Mimic (tie) 3.99 Amazon Black Friday
Most - Sucker Punch Comic Con Steelbook - 120.00
I like but don't love Sucker Punch- but I thought the steel book was one of the coolest I had ever seen. I must admit I did end up selling it earlier this year though- was nice to have and look at for a while but I realized it was just too much for a movie that wasn't in my top 50 <: I think my favorite looking steelbook currently is my Sin City German Steelbook - The pic of Jessica Alba on the cover is just great
Sucker Punch is such a strange movie. There seems to be a universal hate for the film. It barely made it's money back theatrically, yet there are seemingly dozens of different blu-ray's of the film, a very expensive and highly sought after book and tons of collectibles that people pay a fortune for (the gorgeous Sideshow figures come to mind). I really like the film and all of Zach Snyder's other films, but I'll never understand why it is either so beloved or hated.
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Old 06-23-2013, 03:26 PM   #26
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Sucker Punch is such a strange movie. There seems to be a universal hate for the film. It barely made it's money back theatrically, yet there are seemingly dozens of different blu-ray's of the film, a very expensive and highly sought after book and tons of collectibles that people pay a fortune for (the gorgeous Sideshow figures come to mind). I really like the film and all of Zach Snyder's other films, but I'll never understand why it is either so beloved or hated.
For months (if not a year) after SUCKER PUNCH came out on BD it took up half a shelf at my Best Buy. It didn't appear anyone was buying.
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Old 06-23-2013, 04:15 PM   #27
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Most - $150 for the Alien LE egg set.

2nd most - $49.99 for the Dirt Harry set (first one with the badge and all that). That was when that set was retailing for $100+.

Least - $1.92 ($2 out the door) for a few things during Blockbuster closing. I know I got Saw 2-5 for this, along with Vacancy, Identity and Frost/Nixon. Maybe one or 2 others.
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I'm surprised that the us didn't get atleast 50,000 different blu-ray Multi packs of that film from a group of 20,000 holy shit that exsist blu-ray disturbators
Are you talking Code Red??? Distributors + Masturbation = Disturbators
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Old 06-23-2013, 06:44 PM   #29
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not a blu-ray but look at the cost of a VHS tape back in 1987. Nearly $80.00.
that's how much I paid for Paramount's Brain Damage (1988) VHS back in the day
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Old 06-23-2013, 07:01 PM   #30
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Most expensive for me was the Back to the Future UK blu-ray tin $165 (picked it up long after it was OOP) and the cheapest was the Wrong Turn 2 blu-ray for $5
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