Recommended Sources of Videos, DVDs, Books, Posters, Web Hosting, and More

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Recommended Sources of Videos, DVDs, Books, Posters, Web Hosting, and More

I’ve been online for the past decade, and during that time I’ve discovered a number of sources for a variety of things that I want to tell you about. Yes, I have affiliate relationships with some of these sites, but in other cases, such relationships aren’t available. I will only affiliate with companies or sites that I trust, so I’m passing along this information to you so that you can avoid some of the trial and error process I went through. Enjoy! (And be sure to let me know if you have any problems.)

      • Loving The Classics – A great source of videos and DVDs. I’ve had an affiliate relationship with this company for several years, and have never had a complaint. They have an excellent product selection and competitive prices. Although they don’t have quite as broad as selection as Amazon.com (see below), because they don’t sell used products, they’re highly recomended.
      • Amazon.com – The Web’s #1 retailer has that distinction for a reason. They sell not only videos, DVDs, books, and music, but a lot of other products as well. Use this link, and be sure to tell them we sent you.
      • ClassicFlix – If you’re tired of trying to find classic films by sorting through all the clutter at other DVD rental sites, try ClassicFlix, which carries only the classics (pre-1970). Their concentration is between 1930 and 1960, and their DVD collection is over five thousand strong and growing. Prices range from the $9.95 a month for one at a time to $36.99 a month for 6 at a time. All plans are unlimited and have no monthly restrictions. They also have thousands of DVDs for sale.
      • JM.Distribution, Inc. – If you are in a position to resell DVDs — at a store, flea markets, garage sales, from your Web site, etc. — this is a good way to get a large supply of them quickly and inexpensively. You can purchase a pre-selected batch of 250 at an excellent price, or specify which ones you want from their available selection for a slight premium.
      • Netflix.com – The cheapest and easiest way to rent DVDs online. You can even try it for free and see if you like it.
      • Movie Poster Shop – A huge selection of original posters, reproductions, and “standees,” plus a framing service.
      • MoviePoster Warehouse – This Canadian firm offers a nice online source of movie posters, many with illustrations. There is a great selection of classic and recent items, as well as non-movie posters, all arranged alphabetically, or searchable by title.
      • Sideshow Collectibles – Movie, tv and proprietary collectibles for The Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, Marvel Comics, James Bond, Aliens,Predator, Star Trek and many more.

Videos and DVDS — Retail, Wholesale, Rental

Posters and Photos

Books and Music

Assorted Collectibles

 

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