Slice of SciFi #487: Thank You, HBO!

Slice of SciFi #487: Thank You, HBO!

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  1. tensaibaka says

    Guys guys guys, as somebody that lives in Japan right now, I can tell you for a fact that movies on DVD right now are NOT 80USD a pop here. Maybe a brand new BluRay, but even with the currency exchange rates, you’ll find the more expensive movies to be around 50USD. New releases are at most 45USD, and in the bargain bins you can find some of the older movies for around 15USD. I picked up Ghostbusters 2 from a bargain bin a few weeks ago (new) for about 7USD (500JPY).

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