DVDs Are Things of the Past
DVDs are dying, thanks to high-speed Internet. Video stores such as Blockbuster are struggling and have moved on to offer consumers video streaming in order to complete with Netflix.
Netflix already makes up 30% of all download traffic, and major news outlet has reported that we've consumed great amounts of bandwidth because of video streaming.
As Internet technologies continue to improve and people continue to watch movies and TV shows on the web, the demand for DVDs will lessen until they are just as useful as VHS. Why would you pay $20 for a DVD that'll take up physical shelf space as opposed to paying $8 a month to Netflix for its huge catalog of films and TV shows?