Cult Epics Black Friday Sale

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Do you really want to spend the day after Thanksgiving stuck in traffic, fighting for parking spaces and elbowing people out of the way as you dive for last whatever on the shelf? Of course not. You’d rather be absorbed into the sofa, digesting your third round of leftovers and pondering what cool stuff you can order online with a healthy discount. Cult Epics is having a weekend Black Friday sale that’s perfect for the cinephile. If you’ve read our recent reviews of Naked Over The Fence and The Last Romantic Lover, now the Blu-rays are 50% off and free shipping.

Cult Epics has titles that are perfect for anyone that grew up enjoying the sophisticated European films that ran on Cinemax After Dark and films that were mentioned in Film Threat magazine. They have quite a few films featuring Sylvia Kristel and Bettie Page. They also have the major titles from director Radley Metzger including Camille 2000 and The Score.

The Black Friday sale starts at 12:01 AM Friday November 25 and ends on Cyber Monday November 28 at midnight PST.

Here’s the press release from Cult Epics:

50% Off all single Blu-ray and DVDs. Also on sale on all Books. Sale does not include website Exclusives. However all items on website have Free US Shipping. Please purchase as many items you like, we will ship together to you for free in US. Foreign orders, Shipping for Blu-ray/DVDs CANADA $14.50 / WORLD $17.50 (up to 2 items) & $30.00 (up 5 items), other we will let you know.

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