Thursday, November 26, 2009

The Freddy In Space Black Friday Horror DVD Buying Guide!

No desire to get up at 2am and head into a world filled with thousands of bargain hunters who will slit your throat and gouge out your eyeballs in order to snag a new DVD player for 20 bucks? Well fuck that, you don't have to! It's the year 2009 and Black Friday shopping can now be done entirely in the comfort of your own home. And if that's not easy enough for your lazy ass, i've decided to make it even easier for you by hunting down the best horror DVD/Blu-ray deals out there and serving them up to you on a silver goddamn platter. So grab a beer, a leftover turkey leg, and your credit card and pick up some great horror flicks for dirt cheap prices, all without the risk of the last known photograph of yourself ending up on the cover of tommorow's Newsday - the latest victim of another Black Friday skull trampling. Just be sure to act quickly, these deals won't last much longer!

I compared prices all over the net and, not surprisingly, Amazon and Best Buy have gone lower than anyone else this year. Here's the best of what they have to offer.



DVD

Drag Me To Hell - $8.99

Midnight Meat Train - $5.49

My Bloody Valentine 3D - $5.49

True Blood : The Complete First Season - $19.99 (beginning Friday at 8am PST - ending at 12pm PST)

X-Files Complete Seasons - $12.49 each

Blu-ray

Drag Me To Hell - $11.99

My Bloody Valentine 3D - $12.99



DVD

Behind The Mask : The Rise of Leslie Vernon - $3.99

Children of the Corn Special Edition - $3.99

Grace - $4.99

Halloween ('78) - $4.99

Happy Birthday To Me - $4.99

Hellbound : Hellraiser 2 - $3.99

Hellraiser 20th Anniversary Edition - $3.99

Hellraiser Box Set - $19.99

Quarantine - $6.99

Saw V - $3.99

Blu-ray

American Psycho - $7.99

Children of the Corn - $6.99

Dawn of the Dead ('78) - $9.99

Day of the Dead ('85) - $9.99

Devil's Rejects - $7.99

Evil Dead 2 - $9.99

Halloween ('78) - $9.99

Hellraiser - $6.99

Saw - $7.99

Saw 2 - $7.99

Silence of the Lambs - $7.99

As far as in store sales go, if you're willing to head out into the madness early in the morning, Wal-mart and Best Buy are your best bets for getting your hands on some cheap DVD's. I speak from experience, being that I have a yearly tradition of heading out every Black Friday at around 4am. If I pick up any good stuff, i'll make a post on what I got when I return. To all who are joining me in shopping hell, good luck, have fun, and I hope you make it out alive!

5 comments:

Mike Snoonian said...

BB's got some grat horror themed video games on sale too- Fallout 3 $19.99, Res Evil 5 $19.99 and Left 4 Dead 2 $34.99. Might pick up a couple for site contests.

Will hit up a couple places after wake up and jog. The one time i got up uber early for Black friday was the only time I've ever threatened to punch someone in the face. Bad juju man.

Johnny said...

Thanks for the heads up on the games, Mike. Wish Left 4 Dead 2 was on PS3 =(

If anyone else finds any other good Black Friday deals out there, please do share!

kaiyn said...

Now I really wish I had looked closer at Best Buy. Still, I picked up Friday the 13th 2009 and Supernatural season 4 for awesome prices!
Still, I can't resist MBV 3D and Halloween '78! :D

Maweanne said...

Damn I wish I saw this before I went to Best Buy and before 12 for True Blood

Carl (ILHM) said...

Theres a few good buys at Walmart as well J-rizzle:

$9
Orphan
Underworld 3
Twilight

$5
Friday the 13th (2009)
The Uninvited

$2
I Am Legend
Underworld
Underworld 2

Those were the only ones left at my location, but there were supposedly 100 $2 titles, not bad