Now that Blu-ray will officially take over the HD market with regards to DVDs, it's about time you pick yourself up a player. You'll find, though, that once you purchase a Blu-ray player, the DVDs are crazy expensive. Some, like massive special editions, cost up to $40-50. I'm sorry, but that's a lot of money for a movie. In fact, ever since receiving my Blu-ray player (in the form of PS3) back at Christmas, it took me forever to purchase my first Blu-ray DVD. That film came this past weekend when I splurged and picked up I Am Legend
(for a whopping $35!). Ah, but now, Amazon has a wicked deal for those of you who desperately want more Blu-ray DVDs, but don't have the money to shovel out.
Right now, Amazon
is running a buy two, get one free on a lot of their Blu-ray discs. Better yet, the discs are already on sale. For example, the Blade Runner
(Five-Disc Complete Collector's Edition), originally priced at $40, is now only $27.95. You can even get 300
on Blu-ray for $23. Throw both of those in your queue, and you get to pick out one Blu-ray DVD for free! Not a bad deal if you ask me. Some of the DVDs they're offering on Blu-ray include Monty Python's Life of Brian
($19.95), The Departed
($19.95), Reservoir Dogs
($20.95), First Blood
($20.95) and a whole lot more. So check it out
and have a blast -- you have until April 18.