Martin Scorsese Presents: World Cinema Foundation: Volume One - Masters of Cinema - Blu-ray - £27.23 @ Amazon - Free Delivery with Prime - HotUKDeals
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The cheapest it's been directly from Amazon. If you don't mind buying from a 3rd party seller then the cheapest works out £26.07 delivered, sold by zoverstocks. List price is £44.99.

There are three films in the box so it works out just about £9.08 per film max, which is not too bad for a MoC release.

Links for the reviews of all three films on

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I don't think I want to watch Dry Summer after reading the Amazon review!

Made a schoolboy error and never checked their site, that is an epic deal.
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Got this for a huge bargain when Sainsbury's Entertainment were shutting down - only £4 for the whole set!

Best price was the other week when Eureka had 30% off their whole store - you could get this set for £13.99. But yeah, their own store is still the cheapest place to get these at £19.99. About £6.66 a film isn't bad, especially considering you would likely never get to see these films otherwise. Dual format, by the way, and a booklet included. Also the box is beautiful - anyone who got Masters Of Cinema's The Passion Of Joan Of Arc or the now-OOP Late Mizoguchi set knows how well they do a boxset, let alone their standard editions!

Edited By: velocirapta on Dec 08, 2014 15:10
Best price was the other week when Eureka had 30% off their whole store - you could get this set for £13.99.

Arggg, i ordered a bunch of films from them that weekend but totally overlooked this.
With Arrow and MoC releases, be sure to check their respective websites - if one retailer 'sells out' esp. Amazon then people bump prices right up - Hell Comes to Frog Town was on Amazon at nearly £40 before it'd even sold out on the Arrow site.

Shame MoC's website is especially painful to navigate though unless you're after a specific thing

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