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3D Blu-ray Movies: Smallfoot or Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald EXPIRED

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FYE operates on EDT time, so this 31.4% off promo will end at 9PM for those of you who live in the west coast. These are all domestic 3D releases with valid digital copy unlike the import 3D from overseas. Update your profile with BSP 466722791433 for additional 10% off. I'm not going to spend one hour posting links and get 50 thumb downs for the effort. This will probably be the last time I post anything from F.Y.E. because the BSP membership expires in April.

Smallfoot 3D [fye.com]
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Gindelwald 3D [fye.com]
are all priced at $19.75.

I'm also listing the most recent domestic 3D titles, price shown after you have $50 worth of stuff and BSP:

Meg 3D [fye.com]: $18.51
Skyscraper 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom 3D [fye.com]: $12.96
Ready Player One 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Rampage 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Pacific Rim Uprising 3D [fye.com]: $12.96
Tomb Raider 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Justice League 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Geostorm 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Blade Runner 2049 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Sing 3D [fye.com]: $15.43
Wonder Woman 3D [fye.com]: $12.96

Sector 7 3D [fye.com]: $14.19

Note, 31.4% off only works for items that are not on sale. The Grinch 3D is on sale so the discount will not apply.

Effective discount is 38.26% off for everything. There are deals everywhere, too much to list everything. Please share what you bought because others might need it to reach $50. Don't forget there is 3.5% cash back.
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Hi, hariseldon. I spent quite a lot of time (far more than usual and more than I want to admit) searching and browsing for cheap titles for this sale... mostly used Blurays under $5 after discount. I have never heard of Allied Vaughn and I don't keep track of Warner Archives, or Sony/Universal MOD releases like you do. I haven't heard of or seen Thing from Another Planet or Judgment Night. (I have seen Fright Night but $15 just feels a bit pricey to me.) There are so many eclectic (or maybe obscure is the right word?) movies out there that the true collectors know about which I don't. Most people I know (younger types) don't even know Gigi, Love Me or Leave Me or Billy Rose's Jumbo which I have seen. I feel like I've seen more than average, but if I look through Arrow's Bluray catalog I hardly recognize anything. I guess I'm out of touch.


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Allied Vaughn is an Illinois company that has specialized in production and/or distribution of MOD items for years. For a long time it was mostly DVD-R low volume titles. When Bluray's needed some way to do small volume titles Warner (mostly) worked out something with the same company and teh Replication factories to contract for small volume pressed discs that can be re-ordered in even smaller runs as needed. I think the disc are sent to A-V units who then make the case art and package/distribute the discs. Virtually none have Digital or slipcovers to minimize handling and costs. The small volume minimized production overruns, warehousing costs, chargebacks for unsold discs, and the need for $5 Bins since there aren't a lot of extras floating around. These are nearly 100% online so no store deals or revenue sharing and even lower distribution costs since the discs are basically kept mostly in-house.

Starting with Kong Skull Island --the last 14 or so Warner 3D in the US are run through Warner Archives/ Allied Vaughn as well (lost their slipcovers though at least kept the digitals) though there still are Amazon and BestBuy exclusives which are Warner Home Video and at least the BBY still have slips. These discs actually appear to the same in the A-V sets and the Best Buy sets and pretty much teh Canadian Warner 3D (except for disc art).

When Sony Choice line of BD-R went down in flames as the collectors totally rejected paying premium prices for barebones burned discs, Sony revamped and now are releasing discs via A-V. Universal also is doing the same

Warner Archives have over 200 releases now including many TV series (all 6 Longmire most prominently though Lucifer and Riverdale also are there), but some other Warner shows started as mainstream releases and then moved WAC to save costs. I'm pretty sure TV isn't in your collector stream

Sony has around 30 releases and Universal around 60.

It would be really hard to make a general list because of the number and the sheer diversity of eras and styles included esp in the WAC titles

WAC
https://www.deepdiscount.com/sear...by=TitleAZ

Sony MOD -- the list down to Sleepless in Seattle (36 titles) are mostly the new pressed discs, the bottom of the list are the Choice BD-R items.
https://www.deepdiscount.com/sear...bledateNew


Universal MOD -- all over the place and so far hasn't been nearly as consistent in giving updated transfers unlike Sony and Warner who have been extremely good is giving quality releases -- everything from Doris Day to Don Knotts to Steve Martin to very new stuff like Won't You Be My Neighbor. Some Heavy Drama to Musicals to Screwball Comedy
to stuff like the Bring it On series https://www.deepdiscount.com/sear...bledateNew
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I'm glad to see there's some interest in this thread. Just imagine how much business FYE.com would get if they would do 25%-31.4% sales more often. They end up one of the few places to get recent US 3Ds for under $20.

Hi, hariseldon. I spent quite a lot of time (far more than usual and more than I want to admit) searching and browsing for cheap titles for this sale... mostly used Blurays under $5 after discount. I have never heard of Allied Vaughn and I don't keep track of Warner Archives, or Sony/Universal MOD releases like you do. I haven't heard of or seen Thing from Another Planet or Judgment Night. (I have seen Fright Night but $15 just feels a bit pricey to me.) There are so many eclectic (or maybe obscure is the right word?) movies out there that the true collectors know about which I don't. Most people I know (younger types) don't even know Gigi, Love Me or Leave Me or Billy Rose's Jumbo which I have seen. I feel like I've seen more than average, but if I look through Arrow's Bluray catalog I hardly recognize anything. I guess I'm out of touch.

It's not just Arrow, but Hammer, Olive and even Kino Lorber releases, most of them are movies I've never heard of. There are more Criterion movies I've seen, but at 3-6 times the $5 price I typically pay for a Bluray, I can't afford to buy Criterions for a slightly better transfer or some extra special features. I've participated in a few 4 for $44 Warner sales, but they are titles like Ladyhawke, Doc Hollywood or Joe vs. the Volcano. Very few movies are worth more than $10 for me in Bluray format.

All that said, if there were good deals on specific well known movies not available on Bluray from any other label, I might be interested, but I don't know what movies those would be. Do you have any suggestions of mainstream movies that are good deals to look for?

Even the Kino Lorber catalog (which I have paged through multiple times on past occasions), I know maybe 10% of the movies for sale. GOG, Ape, China Moon, Donovan's Brain are just a bunch of meaningless names. The only ones I recognize are ones like The Big Country, The Long Riders, Manhattan Project, Married to the Mob, My Bodyguard, Spacecamp, Charlies Bronson movies, etc.

That's why I don't order those types of movies from these sales... not because there aren't deals to be found but simply because I'm not smart enough and don't know what eclectic movies are worth getting. And it's strange because I've seen more movies than most people I know, but the movie experts on the Internet with $1400 9.2 or 11.2 Denon or Yamaha amplifiers and $500 per speaker 7.2.4 Atmos setups make me look like a wannabe piker with my puny old $250 Onkyo 7.2 or 5.1.2 Atmos setup where my speakers cost a few hundred total, plus the subwoofer. I feel like in Wayne's World where they bowed (to Alice Cooper?) and said "we are not worthy".
Judgement Night is one of those movies that keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time. It is kind of draining in that regard! I recommend it though.
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FYE is still around???
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In for a few, still overpriced movies. I wonder why the 3d format died.... Thank you for posting though.
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I need to start cataloging my 3D collection. I cant remember what I have and dont have anymore....lol.

Repped for the post op. I need to take time tomorrow to figure this all out.... Smilie
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Shoot, I spent too much time perusing the titles and Crimes of Grindelwald went unavailable. That was the main one I wanted too because I heard the 3D was excellent throughout the movie! Oh well, I should've been quicker I guess. Reps and thanks OP!
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Another bonus is that the extra 10% off isn't calculated as part of the $50.

Pixels 3D = $1.79!!!
Ready Player One 3D = $15.43
Tiny Giants 3D = $15.43
IMAX: Wonders of the Arctic 4K & 3D = $15.43

Total = $48.08 pre-tax
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What are you guys going to do with all these 3D BRs once the compatible TV's and headgear die?

I'm not trolling, just curious and ignorant of the subject.
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What are you guys going to do with all these 3D BRs once the compatible TV's and headgear die?

I'm not trolling, just curious and ignorant of the subject.
I use a projector and imagine projectors will continue to offer 3D into the future.
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Judgement Night is one of those movies that keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time. It is kind of draining in that regard! I recommend it though.
Can't recommend the movie at all but the soundtrack is epic. Dinosaur Jr and Del the Funky Homosapian, Cypress Hill and Sonic Youth, House of Pain and Helmet...I don't know how they got so many great musicians to collaborate. I used to really enjoy the rap/rock mashups and then Limp Bizkit came along and ruined it for everyone 😂
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I couldn't replicate this deal.
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I couldn't replicate this deal.
Nevermind, I'm dumb. I was 1 cent under 50 dollars.
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Much thanks! In for 3ds of smallfoot, skyscraper, crimes of grindelwald and sangaree. It's tough to find better prices on 3d even on ebay...yay 3d!!
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I use a projector and imagine projectors will continue to offer 3D into the future.
Will also have to get a projector or hope the tech returns and is still compatible with current discs. Will be heartbroken when my lg e6p dies as I believe it's the summit of 3d displays...
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Another bonus is that the extra 10% off isn't calculated as part of the $50.

Pixels 3D = $1.79!!!
Ready Player One 3D = $15.43
Tiny Giants 3D = $15.43
IMAX: Wonders of the Arctic 4K & 3D = $15.43

Total = $48.08 pre-tax
Thanks and repped for posting the Pixels 3D price. I've never seen it, nor want to, but I was a buck and change short of $40 for free shipping and needed a filler item. Might as well be a 3D blu ray rather than some little trinket lol!
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