If you don’t feel like always looking online for your favorite classic film Wal-Mart actually has some good classics for $5 to $10. So here’s what films you can get at your local Wal-Mart for a valuable price and you don’t have to pay for shipping charges.
1. The Magnificent Seven Collection
So you get all four films for $10 and for a super fan of this classic western movie series this is a must have. You’re paying $2.50 for each film.
2. Maltese Falcon
This classic is one of the best noirs and best detective film out there. Bogart’s performance as Sam Spade is memorable. It’s a great price for this gem.
3. 2001 Space Odyssey
Stanley Kubrick’s impressive sci-fi film is a must have for the sci-fi fan. I personally was surprised to see it such a low price.
Audrey Hepburn fans Wal-Mart has many of her DVDS for only five dollars especially this classic romantic comedy that also starred Humphrey Bogart.
5. Gone with the Wind
Still don’t have a copy of this very popular classic? Well just go to the store and you’ll have it and don’t have to break the bank.
6. Funny Face
A great family film and another Audrey Hepburn film.
7. Alfred Hitchcock Film Pack
Now these are Hitchcock’s early films from his silents to the film popular The Lady Vanishes. It’s an excellent buy because it’s 20 films that highlight the master of suspense early career.
8. 25 Mystery Classics
This pack has exactly 1800 minutes of mysteries so that’s great for the mystery junkie. Stars from actor Basil Rathbone to Nick Nolte.
9. A Clockwork Orange
A Clockwork Orange is Stanley Kubrick’s tale that showed a young talented Malcolm McDowell as the main character who is quite insane. This film is tough to watch so parents if you don’t like violence and sex then don’t let your kids watch it.
10. Dr. Zhivago
Dr. Zhivago is David Lean’s classic epic film that won five Academy Awards. It was based on Boris Pasternak’s Nobel-Prize winning novel. A landmark film about a nation convulsed by war and an imitate drama of one man’s struggle to survive during the revolution.
So now it’s your turn to go find these ten films if you’re interested and find them at your local store.