If you've got a Blu-ray player but are still looking to round out your collection, then Best Buy has a deal going that should certainly interest you. The mega-retailer has teamed up with Lionsgate (and others) to bring you several Blu-ray discs that weren't supposed to hit retailers until October 5th -- and they're available now. If that weren't cool enough, wait til you check out the prices. If you were on the fence about any of these discs, this sale might be just the thing to push you over the edge.

Starting today (August 31), Best Buy is offering Lionsgate titles Hard Candy,Bad Lieutenant, 2001 Maniacs, The Blair Witch Project, High Tension, Open Water/Open Water 2: Adrift, Secretary and Wonderland on Blu-ray. According to Best Buy's website, 2001 Maniacs, Open Water/Open Water 2, Wonderland and High Tension are going for a measly $7.99. Meanwhile, the other four films are retailing for $9.99. It's quite the deal, particularly the Open Water package, which comes with two movies for that price (and neither one is bad).

The deals don't end there, though. If you don't own Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy on Blu-ray, it can be yours for $19.99. This version even comes with the Wake Up, Ron Burgundy mini film -- which makes it a pretty nice grab. Also available are Deep Blue Sea ($12.99) and The Score for $14.99.

Granted, these aren't exactly "new" releases, but some of the movies are pretty good. Bad Lieutenant features a masturbating Harvey Keitel and Alex Aja's High Tension is one of the better entries in the new wave of French horror films. I'd grab both of those and the Open Water double pack for sure. What do you guys think? Is this Best Buy exclusive sale something you could get used to anticipating every month? Cool? Lame? Discuss!

[via Blu-ray.com]
categories Features, Cinematical