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Just noticed Sendit have a few Blu-ay DVD's for £8.89 each. May not be everyones cup of tea but thought i'd alert you to them.

Ghost Rider
Layer Cake
Run Lola Run
Final Fantasy: Spirits Within

Each comes with free delivery plus you could also get 4% quidco.

These are a great price for blu-rays, apologies if this has been listed already.

Heres to hoping someone benefits.

Enjoy ;)
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#1
looks good!
#2
PLEASE IF PEOPLE VOTE COLD STATE A REASON WHY, i dont like it when people just do it for no reason.
#3
stevey_p7
PLEASE IF PEOPLE VOTE COLD STATE A REASON WHY, i dont like it when people just do it for no reason.



think people just get a 'kick' out of it - must lead boring lives!!!!! :whistling:

ps - voted hot!
#4
hocka
think people just get a 'kick' out of it - must lead boring lives!!!!! :whistling:

ps - voted hot!


Thanks. :)
#5
Wonder if people have voted cold because you didn't bother to check if it had been posted already.
But great deal, voted hot. Well done.
#6
just baged layer cake,thanks
#7
I see they're selling Monty Python's Life Of Brian on blu-ray. I have to question the point of buying that in an HD format when it obviously wasn't filmed in HD.

But yeah, good price for blu-rays.
#8
Kerch
I see they're selling Monty Python's Life Of Brian on blu-ray. I have to question the point of buying that in an HD format when it obviously wasn't filmed in HD.

But yeah, good price for blu-rays.


Lots of older movies look fantastic in HD, a lot better than they ever have on DVD

Take a look at 2001, amazing transfer, razor sharp, crisp as a pancake
#9
Kerch
I see they're selling Monty Python's Life Of Brian on blu-ray. I have to question the point of buying that in an HD format when it obviously wasn't filmed in HD.


These were made on good ole' fashioned FILM, not video, which has a resolution MUCH higher than the 1080p res of modern systems. One of the best HD transfers I have seen was Blazing Saddles!

But please note that Sendit now only do Quidco for new customers, but you can still get Nectar & iPoints
#10
Kerch
I see they're selling Monty Python's Life Of Brian on blu-ray. I have to question the point of buying that in an HD format when it obviously wasn't filmed in HD.

But yeah, good price for blu-rays.


maybe its because ppl want to watch a movie in 1080p on their 1080p TV's & not blocky 480/576.
#11
swampsnake
These were made on good ole' fashioned FILM, not video, which has a resolution MUCH higher than the 1080p res of modern systems. One of the best HD transfers I have seen was Blazing Saddles!
Very interesting, I didn't know that.
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swampsnake
These were made on good ole' fashioned FILM, not video, which has a resolution MUCH higher than the 1080p res of modern systems. One of the best HD transfers I have seen was Blazing Saddles


It completely depends on how its has been remastered and the quality of the print that has been used.

It is not true to say that an HD transfer will always be wonderful. Sometimes there is little improvement over an SD-DVD.

A good resource to assess HD discs is here:

http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/reviews_alpha.html
#13
K1LLER HORNET
maybe its because ppl want to watch a movie in 1080p on their 1080p TV's & not blocky 480/576.


There is a good article on Wikipedia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-definition_video ) which explains how the resolution of film compares to video. In brief:

film formats provide pixel resolutions (calculated from pixels per millimeter) roughly as follows:

* Academy Sound (Sound movies before 1955): 15 mm × 21 mm (1.375) = 2160 × 2970
* Academy camera US Widescreen: 11 mm × 21 mm (1.85) = 1605 × 2970
* Current Anamorphic Panavision ("Scope"): 17.5 mm × 21 mm (2.39) = 2485 × 2970
* Super-35 for Anamorphic prints: 10 mm × 24 mm (2.39) = 1420 × 3390

Which basically means that if it's on film, it can make a good Blu-Ray, but not always as it depends on the mastering used. There are plenty of on-line resources that will give a review of the transfer
#14
cheapskate58
It completely depends on how its has been remastered and the quality of the print that has been used.

It is not true to say that an HD transfer will always be wonderful. Sometimes there is little improvement over an SD-DVD.

A good resource to assess HD discs is here:

http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/reviews_alpha.html


You beat me too it!
#15
great deal, heated
#16
Thehut has a few Blu Rays at 8.93 and a few others at 9.23
#17
video is a FORMAT not how its filmed ....as in dvd is a format and blueray is a format ..


film is film ...

now i'm not a film maker anddont know the ins and outs ,but as a brief example theres a few ways of recording ... one is gold old fashioned FILM tape .... another is with the new technologies of digital


video IS FILM....sighs film tape...video tape
#18
TALON1973
video is a FORMAT not how its filmed ....as in dvd is a format and blueray is a format ..


film is film ...

now i'm not a film maker anddont know the ins and outs ,but as a brief example theres a few ways of recording ... one is gold old fashioned FILM tape .... another is with the new technologies of digital


video IS FILM....sighs film tape...video tape


I don't believe you know what you are talking about but I defend your right to spout a load of cobblers:p
#19
Some excellent deals. Voted hot and thanks, more money spent :(
#20
swampsnake
One of the best HD transfers I have seen was Blazing Saddles!


Best one I have seen to and I have Transformers, 2001, Planet Earth and a most of the other good transfers in HD.
#21
Kerch
I see they're selling Monty Python's Life Of Brian on blu-ray. I have to question the point of buying that in an HD format when it obviously wasn't filmed in HD.

But yeah, good price for blu-rays.




lol!
anything filmed on 35mm film has a resolution and colour depth far greater than HD - so when transferred to blu ray they will indeed be ' in HD '
#22
I haven't vote this cold - but these prices are 4p cheaper than the hut and you get 10% quidco rather than 4% with sendit.

I suppose its a decent alternative if you dont like thehut.com but aren't they both ran by the same parent company?
#23
Kerch
I see they're selling Monty Python's Life Of Brian on blu-ray. I have to question the point of buying that in an HD format when it obviously wasn't filmed in HD.


I own this Blu Ray and can testify that it looks amazing! Similarly I own Mad Max 2 (another old film) and I consider that to be the best of my Blu Rays although this may have something to do with the fact that the DVD release sucked in terms of picture quality and so in comparison it's a god send.

Anyway as others said High-Def Digest is a great site for reviews on Blu Rays however it's American and since we sometimes get different releases over here (some films haven't even been released over there) it means you won't always find what your looking for. Here’s a review for Life of Brian.

http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/1100/montypythonslifeofbrian.html
#24
CPhoenix
I suppose its a decent alternative if you dont like thehut.com but aren't they both ran by the same parent company?


Dont know if they are part of the same company but I worked in a sendit store the other year for a few weeks and they only stocked movies and music for sendit.com and tescos.

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