Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Until Aug 2: Criterion, DeepDiscount

Criterion Sale at Barnes & Noble
50% off until August 2
I'm not entirely clear if this includes every one of the 360 Criterion titles listed at the Barnes & Noble website, but it may.
Soul Food titles include Au Hasard Balthazar, Ikiru, Andrei Rublev, The Seventh Seal, Metropolitan, Days Of Heaven, The Last Temptation of Christ, The Passion Of Joan Of Arc, Pickpocket, The Diary of a Country Priest, The Last Wave, Au Revoir Les Enfants, Flowers of St Francis, Through A Glass Darkly / Winter Light / The Silence, The King Of Kings, Ma Nuit Chez Maude (in "Eric Rohmer's Six Moral Tales), La Strada, Solaris, Wild Strawberries. The Virgin Spring. There's also lots of quasi-Soul Food, like By Brakhage, The Life Of Brian, Black Narcissus, Magnificent Obsession, Wise Blood, Picnic At Hanging Rock, Simon Of The Desert, Ugetsu Monogatari, Ivan's Childhood, Sullivan's Travels, The Ice Storm, Salesman, Yi-Yi, Mouchette, Il Posto, The 49th Parallel.
Save 50% Off on Criterion Collection DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Offer ends 8/2/2009 at 2:59 a.m. ET or while supplies last. Look for the "50% Off Criterion DVDs & Blu-rays" icon on select DVDs online at Barnes & Noble.com. Barnes & Noble Member program discounts will apply. Shipping charges may also apply. Additional discount if you use coupon codes (like 10% off highest item), AAA discount (10% entire order), or visa discount (5% off and free shipping).

DVD & BluRay Sale at DeepDiscount
25% off already discounted prices until August 2, free shipping: Enter Promo Code SUPERSALE at checkout
They've got tons of DVDs, so I won't try to be exhaustive, but here are some Soul Food titles they've got that have been on my mind lately: Godspell, Jesus Of Nazareth, Magnolia, In Bruges, Smoke, Rivers And Tides, American Beauty, Ten (Kiarostami), Into The Wild, and tons more.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Stay tuned for more Criterion Blu-Ray editions. I suspect this is them clearing out their inventory as more people are moving to High Definition.