Our good friend and EIC Erik Davis had a very thoughtful idea for the holiday season: Why not scan the early flyers for the Black Friday sales, and report back to you -- the ravenous movie junkie -- to let you know where to find the best treats on the day after Thanksgiving?

The next big brick and mortar retail stores we'll be scouring for Black Friday deals are Kmart and Sears (here are the deals for Best Buy, Target, and Walmart). Neither have a particularly large selection of sales going on in the movie department, but if you're heading to either store for other pick-ups, you might want to keep your eye out for some of the following.

Oh, and the Kmart sale is from 6am to 11am while Sears' runs from 4am to noon.
Kmart:
DVDs:
  • Hellboy II -- $3.99
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall -- $3.99
  • Semi-Pro -- $3.99
  • The Dark Knight -- $5.99
  • Wanted -- $5.99
  • Pineapple Express -- $5.99
  • Role Models -- $5.99
  • Marley & Me -- $8.99
  • Paul Blart Mall Cop -- $8.99
  • Kung Fu Panda -- $8.99
Blu-rays:
  • Wedding Crashers -- $8.99
  • V for Vendetta -- $8.99
  • Constantine -- $8.99
Sears:
DVDs:
  • Spider-Man 2 -- $3.99
  • Robots -- $3.99
  • Casino Royale -- $3.99
  • The Devil Wears Prada -- $3.99
  • Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer -- $3.99
  • Marley & Me -- $9.99
  • Quantum of Solace -- $9.99
  • Paul Blart Mall Cop -- $9.99

Blu-rays:
  • Crank 2: High Voltage -- $14.99
  • Eagle Eye -- $14.99
  • Hancock -- $14.99
  • Transporter 3 -- $14.99

Hardware:
  • Panasonic 7.1 Channel Blu-ray Disc 1080p Upconverting Home Theater System -- $399
  • Samsung 5.1 Channel Blu-ray 1080p Upconverting Home Theater System -- $397.99
  • Samsung Blu-ray Disc Player -- $149.99
  • Sony Blu-ray Disc Player -- $149.99

For more Black Friday deals, head over to WalletPop.
CATEGORIES Movies, Cinematical