The bundle presents each film in its 1.85:1 original aspect ratio alongside DTS-HD Master Audio tracks and bonus supplements such as audio commentaries, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and interviews on selected films.
The four-disc collection is $19.99, or 71% off its SRP of $69.98.
Based on Robert Kirkman's long-running comic series and developed for television by Academy Award-nominee Frank Darabont (The Shawshank Redemption), The Walking Dead examines a United States in the wake of a catastrophic biological pandemic, one that turns the dead into mindless, flesh-craving zombies.
The show puts a particular focus on Georgia policeman Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln, Love Actually) who tries to protect a diverse band of survivors from the terrors of this new America, though he finds his mission complicated not just by the zombie hordes, but also by unstable tensions between the living.
Amazon's Deal of the Week has discounted prices for two of Anchor Bay's Season One and Season Two Blu-ray iterations:
Coen Bros set was a good deal when I got it for $25 a few month back. $20 is a steal. Whatever quibbles people might have about the picture (which, for the record, I thought was good on all four) you can't argue with $5 per movie. I'd definitely pick that one up if I hadn't already.