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It’s A Good Time To Stock Up On Digital Videos At Amazon – You Won’t Believe What’s On Sale, Or For How Little!
In my ongoing campaign to replace all my movies on disc with digital versions, I frequently check Amazon’s Instant Video Store** to see if any on my to-buy list are on sale. Amazon usually puts a new list of Instant Videos on sale at the start of each month, replacing whatever was on sale [… Read More]
As anyone who regularly reads my missives here at Digital Media Mom knows, I am in the process of switching to an all-digital movie library. I no longer buy new videos I want on disc, and I’m gradually replacing my existing discs with Amazon Instant Videos when I find those titles offered at a discount. [… Read More]
As it says right there on the About page of this site, I’m here to “help you understand and use digital media, tech and devices, and hopefully, to save you some money, too,” so I’m sharing this post I originally wrote for the Kindle Fire on Kindle Nation Daily site yesterday. It’s reprinted here in [… Read More]
IMDB Says: As a war between humankind and monstrous sea creatures wages on, a former pilot and a trainee are paired up to drive a seemingly obsolete special weapon in a desperate effort to save the world from the apocalypse. DMM Moviemath Says: Pacific Rim = [(Gundam Wing - anime) + (Avengers - the [… Read More]
I thought Vito Corleone, Tony Montana and Tony Soprano were pretty scary characters…until I “met” the Brit mafiosos Don Logan, Jimmy Price and Harry Waters. The worst by far are the vicious, casually savage Kray brothers, a real-life team of crime lords who ruled the dark underbelly of London in the swinging sixties, but unfortunately the [… Read More]