Sci-Fi Bargains Of The Week
Hello and welcome to this week’s SFX Bargains round up. This week we’ve got everything from classic TV and cuddly toys through to something to keep your Rail Card in. Read on for tempting bargains and titillating trinkets to spend your hard earned cash on…
On Amazon this week we found some classic Doctor Who adventures in the form of three tales from the The Twin Dilemma on DVD for £7.97, Meglos for £10.57 and The Creature From The Pit for £6.49 from the Tom Baker era. And Frontios for £7.79 and Four to Doomsday for £5.49 from the Peter Davison years.
A couple of modern classics from Terry Gilliam next; first we have the crazy dystopian tale Brazil on Blu-ray for £6.97 and also on DVD for just £3.76.
Also from Mr Gilliam we have time travel shenanigans with Bruce Willis in Twelve Monkeys, which is available on DVD for £4 and on Blu-ray for £7.47.
Visit the other Hellmouth next, you know, the one in Romford, with bizarre spoof comedy Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace. The complete series is on DVD for £6.97
Fancy some post apocalyptic robot mayhem? Why not check out Hardware. The special edition release of this 2000AD short story inspired film is available on a special edition Blu-ray for £8.99 and on DVD for £9. With just a penny in it the Blu-ray is probably the best bet.
Go all the way back to the start of the recently cancelled Sanctuary and witness Amanda Tapping with an English(?) accent in season one is on DVD for £13.97 and the second season is an even cheaper £10.99.
Next up we have perhaps the best sci-fi crime drama ever shown ever anywhere. The amazing complete Crime Traveller can be yours on DVD for just £6.19. Go on… You know you want to…
A few “deals of the Week” from Play next: We have zombie in Africa with The Dead on Blu-ray for £8.49. The strange pairing of Superman and Superman Returns again on Blu-ray for £5.99. Isn’t that like watching the same film twice? And finally from Play’s “Deals of the Week” we have Steven Soderbergh’s killer virus film Contagion on triple play for £9.98.
On our wander round Asda this week we spotted Chronicle, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, Sherlock Holmes 2, Underworld, Darkest Hour and Iron Sky for £10 each on DVD.
Darkest Hour and Chronicle were also available on Blu-ray for £14.97 each and Iron Sky for £12.97. Asda also had an offer on on sci-fi Blu-rays: You can pick up the X-Men Quadrilogy, Fantastic Four double sets, 28 Days and Weeks Later and an Aliens vs. Predator boxed set for £10 each.
Also in Asda this week we found cute little talking Dalek key rings for £4 each. Staying with Daleks for a moment Play have everyone’s favourite Whovian menace immortalized in drinking mug for £7.99.
From the forum this week Beaker found the X-Men – Ultimate Collection on Blu-ray for £21.97. Not bad a bad price for all five X-Men movies. The ever reliable Silver Fox 67 told us about the Quantum Leap season one to five complete boxed set on DVD for just £35.97. Oh Boy.
Random suggestions next and this week Play have a range of sci-fi themed travel pass holders for £2.99 each. You can get Doctor Who with the logos of UNIT, the Time Lord Council and Adipose Industries. There’s one featuring Mega City One’s favourite law man Judge Dredd. Also available are some Marvel related ones including Stark Industries, Atlas Foundation and Captain America’s Shield Logo. There are plenty more designs to tempt you here. Check it out; there may be just the pass for you.
Fans of Ridley Scott can prepare themselves for Prometheus with this creepy little Alien: 3D wall relief from Play for £10.99.
Finally for this week how about a microwavable Clangers hotties to keep you warm at night. Available in two different designs for £14.99 from Totally Funky.
As ever we want as many bargains ideas for our readers as we can get so if you see anything we’ve covered this week cheaper somewhere else please mention it in the comments section below. And remember; if anyone out there spots a sci-fi bargain they want to share then please head over to our forum and mention it in the relevant thread. This thread is for bargain films and this one is for TV bargains and finally this thread is for any random bargain you might find. Keep your eyes peeled for great offers for your fellow SFXers and maybe your find will be in the bargain list next time.