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Criterion Blu-Rays - two for £22.50 at Zoom (with code), includes Dr Strangelove, Easy Rider, and many more

£22.50 @ zoom
If you know your Blu-Rays then you know Criterion. This is a good chance to get a couple (or more) of their movies for a little less than usual. Some good movies in their selection. (Use code SIGNU… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
If you know your Blu-Rays then you know Criterion. This is a good chance to get a couple (or more) of their movies for a little less than usual. Some good movies in their selection.

(Use code SIGNUP10 to knock £2.50 off the £25 deal price.)

Here's the list in full:

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Dr Strangelove
Easy Rider
Grey Gardens
In A Lonely Place
It Happened One Night
L`Avventura
Only Angels Have Wings
Tootsie
Burroughs: The Movie
Gilda
Here Comes Mr Jordan
Overlord
Speedy
The In-Laws
The Tragedy of Macbeth
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
It's a good deal but not a great selection. Criterion USA has a stunning collection of classic movies. The company is subsided by the the UK taxpayer via grants etc but when it comes to selling us the movies we pay to have restored we get a very small selection films. All criterion movies should be region free instead of region locked
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mark6226
It's a good deal but not a great selection. Criterion USA has a stunning collection of classic movies. The company is subsided by the the UK taxpayer via grants etc but when it comes to selling us the movies we pay to have restored we get a very small selection films. All criterion movies should be region free instead of region locked
Criterion is a privately held US company that receives no money from British taxpayers. I can only assume you are thinking of BFI, which does receive funding from the government .
#3
Should be 50% off original price like Barnes & Noble!
#4
If you plan on only buying one Zavvi have these at £12.99 each.

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