68 HD-DVDs, mostly £2.99 each(UPDATE), ALL back in-stock at HMV, inc. Transformers (2 disc'er), Full Metal Jacket, Shaun of the Dead - HotUKDeals
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3 pages worth up on HMV. Pretty good selection of in-stock HD-DVDs, 50+ were available, some in the list below are £3.49+ so I've marked them :)

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#1
Back upto 68 titles now(a few are the same title fyi), any dearer than £2.99 are marked-up:

Just added again today are:
Shaun of the Dead
Purple Rain(£3.49)
Born on the 4th July
Firewall(£3.49)
Daylight
16 blocks

Still on sale (barring removal):
Full Metal Jacket
Apollo 13
The Getaway
Superman
Superman 2
Scooby Doo The Movie(£3.49)
Rumour Has It
Dukes of Hazzard(£3.49)
Rio Bravo
Music and Lyrics
Waterworld
March of the Penguins
Return to House on Haunted Hill
National Lampoons Christmas Vacation(£3.49)
Reaping
Posiedon
Syriana
Unforgiven(£3.49)
Wyatt Earp(£3.49)


---A fair few of these are out of stock---

Transformer's (2 discs)
Good Sheppard
20,000 Streets Under the Sky (£4.99)
Dante's Peak
The Holiday
Hulk
Carlito's way
An American Wolf in London
Atonement
Fast and the Furious Tokyo Drift
King Kong
Knocked-up
Cowboys
Fearless
Waterworld
No Reservations
American Gangster
Licence to wed
Mr Bean's Holiday
Searchers
Lady in the Water
Big Lebowski
Red Dragon
Out of Sight
Ray
Twelve Monkeys
Elizabeth
Heart Break Kid
Casino
Pride and Prejudice
Elizabeth: Golden Age
Frighteners
Ocean's 11 (£3.49)
A Mighty Heart
The Fast and the Furious
Nacho Libre
Ocean's 12 (£3.49)
Tremors
40 Yr Old Virgin
Doom
Skeleton Key
Bourne Supremacy
Backdraft
Lethal Weapon
Jarhead
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (£3.49)
Dreamgirls(2 disc)
Land of the Dead
Spartacus (£17.99 now)
House of Wax
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (£3.49)
#2
Very Hot.....

Shame I haven't got a HD Player
banned#3
misleading title
#4
Hot. Thanks:thumbsup:
#5
great price for some great films.hot
#6
csiman
misleading title


because 2 out of 50 are 1.49 more?
#7
custardy
because 2 out of 50 are 1.49 more?


lol nah - I forgot to add 'each' to the title.

You have to make provisions for those lacking common-sense :lol:
banned#8
robtallica;3686302
lol nah - I forgot to add 'each' to the title.

You have to make provisions for those lacking common-sense :lol:

why?

you could probably get 50 betamax films for £2.99 a year or two after they were defunct so hd-dvd will only go the same way ;-)
#9
hot hot hot
#10
csiman
why?

you could probably get 50 betamax films for £2.99 a year or two after they were defunct so hd-dvd will only go the same way ;-)


:lol:

Touché!
#11
Not too bad i suppose! But again, this is a type of technology that never did take off, and wont be in existence in 12 months! They are probably just clearing all their stock!
#12
I'm after Serenity, Ocean's 11, 12 and 13 and maybe all the Harry Potter titles and then that's it for me and HD-DVD. Should have a Blu player before too long now :D
#13
satchef1
I'm after Serenity, Ocean's 11, 12 and 13 and maybe all the Harry Potter titles and then that's it for me and HD-DVD. Should have a Blu player before too long now :D


Serentiy is hella sweet. (I like Firefly too)

Looks great in HD :-D
#14
Transformers 2 disc edition is well worth 3 quid....hot from me
#15
We all know they are clearing stock! If you have a hd-dvd player then it's brilliant, sony fanboys will bleat about blu-ray everytime a hd-dvd deal comes on!!
Get them know then when you want to put them on blu-ray, we all know there are ways!!! ;-)
#16
MajicMOLE
Not too bad i suppose! But again, this is a type of technology that never did take off, and wont be in existence in 12 months! They are probably just clearing all their stock!


No it didn't, but I now have a hi-def player that cost me £40, and a selection of 60+ hi-def films that I paid no more than £6 each for (with a lot only costing £2.99).

I reckon total HD outlay of £300.

How many blu-rays would you get for that after buying the player??

Chris
#17
For those with an XBOX 360, you could always get hold of a HD-DVD player add-on for around £25-30. Voted hot.
#18
Cheers man, just picked up another 3, 55 films in glorious hi-def now :)
#19
evapor8
No it didn't, but I now have a hi-def player that cost me £40, and a selection of 60+ hi-def films that I paid no more than £6 each for (with a lot only costing £2.99).

I reckon total HD outlay of £300.

How many blu-rays would you get for that after buying the player??

Chris



Very true!

Im not slating HD movies, nor this deal! Im just stating that HD is on the way out, and soon new releases won't be available in HD DVD format! Its a fantastic deal if you already own a HD DVD player. I have a PS3 and own a mear 2 blu rays, due to the price of them!
#20
thanks...ordered some more H&R to OP
#21
b33r
Cheers man, just picked up another 3, 55 films in glorious hi-def now :)


Another 5 for me ..... I have a problem!

Chris
#22
good deal but i have most of em and the one i'm looking for ain't in the list :(
#23
Still hurting from not buying 2001 when it was 2.99, what an idiot.
Just picked up a blu ray for £143 at asda with 5 free films, but I'd still rather pay £3 than £15 for films like 300.
#24
my media pc has hd and blu ray - best of both :)

Voted hot
#25
Get out of here, I would never have guessed.
#26
MajicMOLE
Not too bad i suppose! But again, this is a type of technology that never did take off, and wont be in existence in 12 months! They are probably just clearing all their stock!


That's not the point (yawn). The point is, these titles have been this price for months..there's nothing new there for me..although, voted hot for those who haven't got them already :thumbsup:
#27
another 3 ordered - thing I have all of those now
;-)
#28
They must have put the price back up on some since you posted this deal as there are more than 2 @ 3.49 and 20,000 Streets Under the Sky is 4.99
#29
Good prices,
Hot
#30
dontasciime
They must have put the price back up on some since you posted this deal as there are more than 2 @ 3.49 and 20,000 Streets Under the Sky is 4.99


The sooner Blu-Ray get down to £4.99 for old films the sooner we will be willing to transfer our DVD collections to the new tech. We would, I am sure, also then be more willing to buy new Blu-Ray titles for about the £10 mark if the rest of our collection was in the Blu-Ray format. As opposed to the £15-£20 price mark that they are trying to sell us new release Blu-Rays for at the moment!

We are AGAIN being ripped off in the UK. The prices are way cheaper in other countries. I can see why so many people download movies in the UK.

The companies distributing the Blu-Rays for these extotionate prices in the UK are Rip-off Nigels, nevermind Knock-off Nigels!

Does the word recession mean anything to them? Or are they concerned that if they drop the prices now they will not be able to hike them up again to a proper rip-off price once we recover from the reccesion. That certainly sounds likely.

Currently I am no longer buying DVDs nor Blu-ray Disks and will continue to do so until Blu-Ray prices drop. Not exactly making the film industry huge profits now is it.
#31
MajicMOLE
Not too bad i suppose! But again, this is a type of technology that never did take off, and wont be in existence in 12 months! They are probably just clearing all their stock!


All the better for me!

I'm going to stock up on these films quick (I have 16 HD DVDs already, bought in the last 6 months) and I know these wont last forever.

HD Films at less than DVD prices, love it!
banned#32
B0rker;3686898
The sooner Blu-Ray get down to £4.99 for old films the sooner we will be willing to transfer our DVD collections to the new tech. We would I am sure also then be more willing to buy new Blu-Ray titles for about the £10 mark if the rest of our collection was in the Blu-Ray format. As opposed to the £15-£20 price mark that they are trying to sell us new release Blu-Rays for at the moment!

We are AGAIN being ripped off in the UK. The prices are way cheaper in other countries. I can see why so many people download movies in the UK.

The companies distributing the Blu-Rays as Rip-off Nigels, nevermind Knock-off Nigels!

Currently I am no longer buying DVDs nor Blu-ray Disks though and will continut to do so until Blu-Ray prices drop.

I just rent Blu-Rays for next to nothing.

totally agree. they are just shooting themselves in the foot charging extortionate prices. i just rent to (for free) and naver buy them anymore. Lets face it, there aren't many decent films you'd want to see more than once or twice
#33
B0rker
The sooner Blu-Ray get down to £4.99 for old films the sooner we will be willing to transfer our DVD collections to the new tech. We would I am sure also then be more willing to buy new Blu-Ray titles for about the £10 mark if the rest of our collection was in the Blu-Ray format. As opposed to the £15-£20 price mark that they are trying to sell us new release Blu-Rays for at the moment!

We are AGAIN being ripped off in the UK. The prices are way cheaper in other countries. I can see why so many people download movies in the UK.

The companies distributing the Blu-Rays as Rip-off Nigels, nevermind Knock-off Nigels!

Currently I am no longer buying DVDs nor Blu-ray Disks though and will continut to do so until Blu-Ray prices drop.

I just rent Blu-Rays for next to nothing.


I have yet to buy a blu ray movie a side the the one I bought (night at museum) with purchase of my second PS3 to give to my son. I do not like buying dvd movies cannot really see the point in watching it more than once. However it's cheaper to buy the hd-dvd than to rent and copy oops I meant to rent and watch and even to buy which is why my hd-dvd collection numbers around 317
#34
they have been 2.99 in hmv for ages.......... still cheap.........
they all seem to be 2.99 at some point i bought appollo 13 last week for 2.99 now its back up to 15 ish...
#35
xjennsx
For those with an XBOX 360, you could always get hold of a HD-DVD player add-on for around £25-30. Voted hot.


I am 90% sure it works with pc also.
#36
Resident
I am 90% sure it works with pc also.


sure does - got one working with dell studio laptop running vista
(needed powerdvd & anydvd too, to get it working)
#37
More to add to my collection.

I thank you, the wife doesn't :)
#38
A few have sold out now, so there's 46 at £2.99(some are dupes).

I've marked all the other(+£2.99) prices on the OP.

Thx for all the heat - wasn't expecting so much :)
#39
I have a blu ray laptop - It also has a sticker on it saying full HD 1080 playback?

Will these dvd's play on it?
#40
vespa
I have a blu ray laptop - It also has a sticker on it saying full HD 1080 playback?

Will these dvd's play on it?


Prob not, unless your drive can play blu and HD...full HD does not mean it will play HDDVD..just means picture, 1080p

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