MovieMail's best December DVD & Blu-ray sales, inc. cheapest UK price for Friends Blu-ray box set
December is only days away, so share some excellent DVD and Blu-ray bargains with your readers. As well as our Christmas Gift Guide, you'll find the cheapest online price for the massive complete Friends Blu-ray box set and the best from the British Film Institute.
Christmas Gift Guide - Big savings on superb hand-picked presents
Enjoy big savings on this superb range of hand-picked presents - perfect for the film and TV lovers in your life.
Save up to 75% on over 250 DVDs and Blu-rays, including the best releases of 2012 plus many old favourites that will all make perfect presents for friends, family and yourself.
To make your life easier we've arranged them into handy categories and priced them from £5 each.
Cheapest online price: Friends: Series 1-10 Blu-ray - Just £84.99, Save £65
The ultimate collection for every Friends fan, this box set contains every episode ever made of the phenomenally successful US sitcom. This is currently £65 off RRP and the cheapest price online in the UK!
BFI British Film & Documentaries Sale - Over 100 DVDs and Blu-rays
Explore a wealth of British cinema in our sale of over 100 DVDs and Blu-rays from the BFI, with prices from £6.99 each.
Highlights of this sale include recently-released The Belly of an Architect, Peter Greenaway's complex and disturbing study of obsession, and Deep End, from the BFI's Flipside label, Jerzy Skolimowski's darkly poetic portrait of Britain at the start of the '70s.
There are a feast of fine documentaries here too. Toast a British institution with the endlessly enjoyable Roll Out the Barrel, four decades of films about British pub life, or marvel at original footage of Scott's 1924 Antarctic expedition in The Great White Silence.
Cinéma Français Film Sale: 1923–2012 - Over 200 DVDs and Blu-rays
Explore decades of wonderful cinema from the birthplace of film - our sale contains over 200 DVDs and Blu-rays from £5.99 covering the 1920s to the present day.
Some of the richest and most rewarding cinema originates from France – think of Renoir’s tribute to humanity La Grande Illusion, the unhinged romance of Betty Blue, the spiritual prison drama A Man Escaped, the baffling and brilliant Last Year in Marienbad or the exploration of human behaviour in Eric Rohmer’s Six Moral Tales.
Here you'll find the very best in French cinema, so why not explore?
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