Blumhouse Horror Collection (Split/Get Out/Ouija/Ouija: Origin Of Evil/The Visit/The Boy Next Door/Unfriended) Blu-ray £16.99 @ Zavvi
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Blumhouse Horror Collection (Split/Get Out/Ouija/Ouija: Origin Of Evil/The Visit/The Boy Next Door/Unfriended) Blu-ray £16.99 @ Zavvi

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Found 4th FebEdited by:"Scopy"
7 Blu Rays for £17 delivered seams a pretty good deal to me

Granted there are only two really good films in there (Get Out and Split) but its still a nice collection for the price.

Currently £60.44 on Amazon but can be had for £24.99 from HMV


Blurb from Zavvi

From the BLUMHOUSE horror studio comes 7 fantastic, spine-tingling horror thrillers that will keep you on the edge of your seat. A superb range including thriller The Visit, the supernatural Ouija and Ouija Origin of Evil plus modern thrill rides The Boy Next Door and Unfriended.
Film talent behind the camera includes JASON BLUM (Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious) and M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN (Sixth Sense, Signs) and stars include Jennifer Lopez and
James McAvoy and Daniel Kaluuya.
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Superb value for money! Definitely worth it just for Split and Get Out, heat added!
Note that this seems to be just one massive box with all the discs chucked in, rather than individually cased.
Obviously cheaper to do, but I'm rather expecting most of these films to end up in poundland anyway
Good price. I paid 25 quid for it before Christmas from Amazon.

Worth noting that the HMV one is only four films. The seven set collection was (is?) an Amazon exclusive.

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Great deal! Thanks op
Googlyhead31 m ago

Note that this seems to be just one massive box with all the discs chucked …Note that this seems to be just one massive box with all the discs chucked in, rather than individually cased.Obviously cheaper to do, but I'm rather expecting most of these films to end up in poundland anyway


Doubt they are chucked In
Spilt is silly
Snakeyes6461 h, 39 m ago

Doubt they are chucked In


Not literally - it's a turn of phrase.
Image search shows a big blue case in a card sleeve, so best case for seven discs is that there's a pair of those three-clip hinge adaptors to hold four flaps, each (except one) with a pair of discs on.
The mounting is irrelevant anyway; I can't imagine anyone wanting to take the time and effort to also buy seven empty cases even if just writing on the spine with a marker pen.
Simply put; £2.50 per film is cheap, but (besides fixed bundle); there's a catch.
Great price, if I hadn't just bought get out I would have got this.
Edited by: "blast71" 4th Feb
Googlyhead3 h, 3 m ago

Note that this seems to be just one massive box with all the discs chucked …Note that this seems to be just one massive box with all the discs chucked in, rather than individually cased.Obviously cheaper to do, but I'm rather expecting most of these films to end up in poundland anyway


That's annoying, the HMV set is separate cases (so the films that had UV codes have them). Shame they at least didn't use 6mm cases for this set. But I think it might be the same box as the HMV set with a different J-Card.
Does anybody know if this has UV codes included?
Split is good, Get Out is great. TBH it's worth it just for those films.
The Visit is an interesting concept but very predictable; still quite creepy!
The other's I have not seen (and I think are meant to be pretty bad)
Having Get Out and Split makes this immediately a great deal for £8.50 each. The Visit sweetens the deal (some people say it was silly but I thought it was great fun), and Ouija: OoE is hilarious for the facial CGI. Ouija and Unfriended are just bad and I haven’t seen The Boy Next Door.
Edited by: "stevethos" 5th Feb
If there's UV codes you can move those on for £1 each.
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