The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Extended & Theatrical ) 4K Ultra HD & Digital Drops to Lowest Price Ever

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By Jake Vyper | More Articles MTG Content Creator
June 04, 2021  02:01 PM


The Lord of the Rings Trilogy (Extended & Theatrical ) 4K Ultra HD & Digital has just dropped to its lowest price ever, so if you want to own one of the best versions of Peter Jackson's epic fantasy trilogy of movies, here's your chance to get them for a lower price. 

 

Originally listed at around $90 USD, this premium box set of Peter Jackson's trilogy of The Lord of the Rings films (Fellowship of the RingThe Two Towers, and Return of the King), based on J.R.R. Tolkien's novels, is now available on Amazon for $70.97

Lord of the Rings, The: Motion Picture Trilogy (Extended & Theatrical)(4K Ultra HD + Digital) - $70.97

 

The imaging of this The Lord of the Rings box set is simply stunning; you will no longer find the distracting, murky blue-green tone in earlier releases. Instead this version features bright landscapes, astonishing detail in armor, fabrics, and background, and perfect flesh tones and color saturation. The audio remastering is also brilliant, so the whispers are audible and the battle sequences are thunderously loud. 

If you don't own the DVD version or any previous copies of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, this is a great buy as it comes with extra features DVDs in addition to the improvements in picture and sound quality. 

Related: Amazon's Lord of the Rings Series Gets Major Reinforcement with Addition of The Witcher Director

Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy is always great to re-watch with your family and friends, so I think this is a great deal for those who want to re-experience the whole trilogy with the best overall quality. 


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