CHEAP BREAKFAST, ETC
$5 movies? Holly Golightly would approve.
Back in the last millennium, when video stores actually existed, you could always rely on finding some long-forgotten (but amazing) film in the bargain bin by the checkout counter.
This story was published on November 26, 2008.
But with the rise of digital downloads, it’s become increasingly more difficult to justify buying those, ahem, cult classics. That is, until now. iTunes has just launched their own virtual bargain bin, where a constantly updated list of movies are available for purchase for just $5.
Like the bargain bins of yore, supplies are limited (and switched out every week), so if you've ever considered buying Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, and Jackass 2, do it now--they'll be replaced with a new slew of flicks come December.
And it comes just in time for the holidays; the next time you're waiting at the airport, sitting on a train, or feeling completely bored at home, you'll actually have something to do. Thank you, Holly Golightly.
REBECCA WILLA DAVIS