23 HD-DVD titles £2.99 / £3.49 ea @ HMV inc FOC delivery & 5% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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New titles added once again to HMV's HD-DVD list, 23 in total. Titles are:

King Kong
American Gangster
Doom
Bourne Supremacy
Ray
Elizabeth: Golden Age
Elizabeth
Red Dragon
Hitcher
March of the Penguins
Twelve Monkeys
Pride & Predjudice
A Mighty Heart
Purple Rain
Rumour Has It
Casino
An American Werewolf in London
Good Shepherd
Superman Returns
Harry Potter & Goblet of Fire
Fast & Furious
Oceans 12
Spartacus

** Don't forget to run thru Quidco for 5% back **
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#1
cheers OP, managed to grab one I didn't have. H&R'd
#2
Voucher Boy
managed to grab one I didn't have.


Same here although I'd suggest everybody else spends 3-4 times the amount on the same HD quality but in a shiny blue case (instead of one in a shiny red case) just because HD-DVD is a dead format.
#3
pops_here
Same here although I'd suggest everybody else spends 3-4 times the amount on the same HD quality but in a shiny blue case (instead of one in a shiny red case) just because HD-DVD is a dead format.


ive got a shelf full of laser dics another dead format if you are intereted in buying,,,buy blu ray,,,
#4
Better deals have been added in the last fortnight, most of these titles for £1.99
Dvd.co.uk etc
#5
They have gone up in price from £1.99
#6
A Mighty Heart - £17.99 :x
#7
You can always put them on your shelf next to your Betamax tapes :-D

For what it's worth, much like the Betamax, the better quality has again lost out to the 'Mass Production' :thumbsup:
#8
eh? What's "better quality" about about HD-DVD? It's just the same but a blu ray has more capacity.
#9
ciaran4174

For what it's worth, much like the Betamax, the better quality has again lost out to the 'Mass Production' :thumbsup:


True right there, the picture on betamax was well better than vhs, still remember my dad bringing the player home :-D
#10
pops_here
Same here although I'd suggest everybody else spends 3-4 times the amount on the same HD quality but in a shiny blue case (instead of one in a shiny red case) just because HD-DVD is a dead format.


OMG, if it weren't for people like you telling us that every time a HD-DVD thread was posted, we wouldn't know! :roll:
#11
benji666
eh? What's "better quality" about about HD-DVD? It's just the same


Wrong. Do some research.
#12
Picture quality on HD-DVD and blu-ray is the same. The difference is in the storage capacity.
#13
longbowassassin
ive got a shelf full of laser dics another dead format if you are intereted in buying,,,buy blu ray,,,


Yes, because laser discs are the same quality as Blu-Ray. You fail, badly.
#14
Nicely spotted. I added another 7 titles to my little collection.

Thanks
#15
cas398
Yes, because laser discs are the same quality as Blu-Ray. You fail, badly.


you missed the point buddy,,,ah well,,,just learn the hard way then,,,
#16
longbowassassin
ive got a shelf full of laser dics another dead format if you are intereted in buying


I got rid of mine about 3 years ago - I had about 80 discs and still haven't replaced every one with its DVD or HD/Blu-ray copy.
#17
It was Microsoft that killed HD DVD. Only if they had put it inthe xbox the fight would still be going.
#18
the £15 USB HD-DVD 360 drive has proved its worth more in using with my netbook and also in using the supplied 360 remote control for TVersity streaming !
#19
HOT DEAL. It was inevitable that only one of the two HD formats was going to win the war but personally, I so wished it had been this one. I got stung by Sony's blatant lack of quality control during the Laserdisc days - at that time some people were paying £50+ for movies they had pressed at their DADC US factory that were duff right out of the shrinkwrap. So I convinced myself that I didn't want to support any of their future formats as a result. That didn't last long though, I caved in eventually... so, if you can't beat 'em, join em............... LOL. Even though I switched from Red to Blu a few months back, I still have a large number of these HD-DVD discs and an EP-35 & PC drive to watch them on. If you have the hardware to watch them, snap them up - this is hi-def at VHS prices. H&R added.
#20
only rumor has it and purple rain are ones ive paid more for from cex as hmv didnt used to have them in stock.

as it is i doubt any uk site will ever have an hd-dvd i need now at a good price. i just use inetvideo from the states, hd-dvds not even out over here for $2.99 each and not on bluray either (and remember some movies will never be on bluray only hd-dvd).

i dont really care about it being a dead format - if it was alive i would have maybe 8, not 180. they all work, and ive been steadily adding to my collection so its not dead from what i can see.

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