In the likely case you’re not going ahead and purchasing the ridiculously-priced Limited Collector’s Edition, there’s always the cheaper version.
Browsing through the endless digital bookshelves on Amazon, I just stumbled upon the ‘Middle Earth – Six Film Collection Extended Edition’ which is basically a 30-disc box set of both trilogies in their extended format.
The glimpse we have of the artwork looks gorgeous and, according to Amazon UK, it is currently available for pre-order and will be released on 31 October.
That’s just 3 days from now!
Now this is a box set worth considering a purchase … what do you think?
10 thoughts on “Prepare for “the other” Middle Earth – Six Film Collection Extended Edition”
People who do not live in Europe should take note that this set is region-coded and won’t run in, say, the USA without a region-free player.
Wowowow. But I don’t know if I would buy it for myself. But I also don’t run a blog called The Tolkienist Perspective.
Of course, I meant “A Tolkienist’s Perspective.” I am currently listening to the soundtrack for The Desolation of Smaug, so that had to count for something, right?
For that price? Hell yes. I don’t need a companion book and I already have all the LoR-related statues I want, so… 31 discs included 6 extended films? I’d do that.
You encourage me Robert, thanks 🙂
I don’t have a bluray player, but if I had I would definetly be considering it! 🙂
Also… I just wanted to tell you that I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger Award! https://tolkienreadthrough.wordpress.com/2016/10/29/sunshine-blogger-award/
I’m honoured … thanks Lisa! Will pre a post soon 😉
Neat! But far from worth it for me. I already ha e the beautiful original Extended Editions of LOTR, and frankly have not been enough a fan of The Hobbit movies to want to own them.