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HD-DVDs £8.49 Delivered @ DVD.CO.UK Plus 4% Quidco

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Basic Instinct (HD-DVD)
Graduate (HD-DVD)
King Kong (HD-DVD)
Rambo - First Blood - Vol.2 (HD-DVD)
Fog (HD-DVD)

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#1
*prepares for the Blu-Bores to arrive* :roll:
#2
Hey I'm gonna get a HD-DVD player, these films are well cheap...

(taunts a blu-ray HD-DVD is dead responce) :whistling:
#3
I,m sure you must be mistaken.. I really have seen no evidence of blu ray bias regarding the format war...;-)
#4
what is blu-ray?
#5
hurdy;1570365
what is blu-ray?


It's like Betamax. :whistling:
#6
HD-DVDs are outselling blu-rays they are all sold out in the shops everywhere. :roll:
#7
One of these days I'm going to ask the HD DVD owners for some stock tips.

They all have insider knowledge of how Toshiba's miserable fated format is going to take a miraculous recovery proving all Hollywood executives , tech industry experts and Wall Street investors wrong. And in doing so saved themselves a pocket full of loose change in picking up sale these items now.
#8
Heeeeeeere they come! :lol:
#9
It's gone quiet, perhaps the Blu-Bores are researching.
http://nerd-paradise.com/images/nerd/nerd_385x261.jpg
#10
...any minute now......
#11
BristolDeal
It's gone quiet, perhaps the Blu-Bores are researching.
http://nerd-paradise.com/images/nerd/nerd_385x261.jpg



No, that is a dictionary!

I'll help.....

dead /dɛd/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[ded] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation adjective, -er, -est, noun, adverb
–adjective
1. no longer living; deprived of life: dead people; dead flowers; dead animals.
2. brain-dead.
3. not endowed with life; inanimate: dead stones.
4. resembling death; deathlike: a dead sleep; a dead faint.
5. bereft of sensation; numb: He was half dead with fright. My leg feels dead.
6. lacking sensitivity of feeling; insensitive: dead to the needs of others.
7. incapable of being emotionally moved; unresponsive: dead to the nuances of the music.
8. (of an emotion) no longer felt; ended; extinguished: a dead passion; dead affections.
9. no longer current or prevalent, as in effect, significance, or practice; obsolete: a dead law; a dead controversy.
10. no longer functioning, operating, or productive: a dead motor; a dead battery.
11. not moving or circulating; stagnant; stale: dead water; dead air.
12. utterly tired; exhausted: They felt dead from the six-hour trip.
13. (of a language) no longer in use as a sole means of oral communication among a people: Latin is a dead language.
14. without vitality, spirit, enthusiasm, or the like: a dead party.
15. lacking the customary activity; dull; inactive: a dead business day.
16. complete; absolute: dead silence; The plan was a dead loss.
17. sudden or abrupt, as the complete stoppage of an action: The bus came to a dead stop.
18. put out; extinguished: a dead cigarette.
19. without resilience or bounce: a dead tennis ball.
20. infertile; barren: dead land.
21. exact; precise: the dead center of a circle.
22. accurate; sure; unerring: a dead shot.
23. direct; straight: a dead line.
24. tasteless or flat, as a beverage: a dead soft drink.
25. flat rather than glossy, bright, or brilliant: The house was painted dead white.
26. without resonance; anechoic: dead sound; a dead wall surface of a recording studio.
27. not fruitful; unproductive: dead capital.
28. Law. deprived of civil rights so that one is in the state of civil death, esp. deprived of the rights of property.
29. Sports. out of play: a dead ball.
30. (of a golf ball) lying so close to the hole as to make holing on the next stroke a virtual certainty.
31. (of type or copy) having been used or rejected.
32. Electricity.
a. free from any electric connection to a source of potential difference and from electric charge.
b. not having a potential different from that of the earth.
33. Metallurgy. (of steel)
a. fully killed.
b. unresponsive to heat treatment.
34. (of the mouth of a horse) no longer sensitive to the pressure of a bit.
35. noting any rope in a tackle that does not pass over a pulley or is not rove through a block.
–noun
36. the period of greatest darkness, coldness, etc.: the dead of night; the dead of winter.
37. the dead, dead persons collectively: Prayers were recited for the dead.
–adverb
38. absolutely; completely: dead right; dead tired.
39. with sudden and total stoppage of motion, action, or the like: He stopped dead.
40. directly; exactly; straight: The island lay dead ahead.
—Idioms
41. dead in the water, completely inactive or inoperable; no longer in action or under consideration: Our plans to expand the business have been dead in the water for the past two months.
42. dead to rights, in the very act of committing a crime, offense, or mistake; red-handed.
#12
Will any of them mention "the war"? and "the latest battle of the formats"?
Can't be long till someone mentions Netflix and Woolworths.
Can we have a standing order from now on that the first person to post a Blu Ray comment on a HD-DVD thread is forever labelled a cock? (No offense sparc mate!)
Anyway, good deal.
#13
splatsplatsplat;1570413
No, that is a dictionary!

I'll help.....

dead /dɛd/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[ded] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation adjective, -er, -est, noun, adverb


Can you look up "repetitive" too? :w00t:
#14
hooray for cheap DVDs! While all the Blu-Ray bores are off spending £25 a disc, we can hoover up all the bargains as (admittedly) HD DVD plummets into obscurity, by which time we will have saved enough money by buying HD DVD versions that we can afford to buy the PS3 for Blu Ray compatibility... by which time the PS3 will be down to about £150 due to lack of decent sales vs the Wii.

Go team Blu!
#15
dvd.co.uk site appears to be down for maintenance :x
#16
Great deal even better than the Amazon.com one as you don't have to pay for the postage.

If people think some of the Blu-ray fan boys are bad on here they should check out the Amazon HD DVD messageboard. Its entertaining at least.
#17
monkeyboy129
Will any of them mention "the war"? and "the latest battle of the formats"?
Can't be long till someone mentions Netflix and Woolworths.
Can we have a standing order from now on that the first person to post a Blu Ray comment on a HD-DVD thread is forever labelled a cock? (No offense sparc mate!)
Anyway, good deal.


I second that motion :thumbsup:
#18
Good prices! Heat added! Going to order King Kong when the site is back up! I've had a HD DVD player for a while now and I think its bloody amazing!!! HD DVD is far from dead, people just dont like the high retail price at the moment! i'v seen a blu-ray film and a hd dvd both on the same 1080p screen and cant tell the difference also if HD DVD was dead then why are my local shops constantly sold out!!! anyway personal opinion Brilliant!!! :)
#19
Well Curry's may also be stopping stocking HD-DVD.... http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi-bin/shownews.php?id=9468

I'll be checking these offers out....I have an HD-DVD player but currently I wish they'd just give up and let one format win. It worked far better for DVD.....
#20
I have both BR & HD-DVD, they're both great. These prices are fantastic, thus it's a hot deal... who cares about geeky format wars... neither is anywhere near DVD.
#21
cosmic-dust;1570807
I second that motion :thumbsup:

Someone "third" it and it's official.
#22
cosmic-dust
I second that motion :thumbsup:



i third the motion :)

btw: HOT deal
#23
monkeyboy129
Will any of them mention "the war"? and "the latest battle of the formats"?
Can't be long till someone mentions Netflix and Woolworths.
Can we have a standing order from now on that the first person to post a Blu Ray comment on a HD-DVD thread is forever labelled a cock? (No offense sparc mate!)
Anyway, good deal.



I'll third that motion! lol :)
#24
ironic, seems like only people who mention blu-ray in this post are hd dvd fans... not a single blu-ray fan in here commenting about blu-ray...

don't let insecuirty get the better of you.

good deal if you got a hd dvd player.
#25
I love these threads, some of you are so fast to defend your your chosen format, that you've hi-jacked your own thread!

I too have both blu-ray and HD, (while I had the spare cash I bought both guess I'm lucky), but my money will always go with the cheaper disc.

These are great prices, been buying pre-owned form Gamestation (not a great idea).

As for the difference in how they look, I'm not sure there is one either. I thought the only difference was HD can hold 8gb but Blu-Ray holds 20gb, but I'm sure someone will shout me down!
#26
I too have both blu-ray and HD, (while I had the spare cash I bought both guess I'm lucky), but my money will always go with the cheaper disc.


That's my scenario too. :thumbsup:

As for the difference in how they look, I'm not sure there is one either. I thought the only difference was HD can hold 8gb but Blu-Ray holds 20gb, but I'm sure someone will shout me down!


I think it's 15GB on HD and 25GB on Blu-Ray. But I'm not shouting.
#27
Great price for HD.
Entertaining thread.
#28
Knew it was something like that.
Thanks for not shouting!
#29
woodyuk
I thought the only difference was HD can hold 8gb but Blu-Ray holds 20gb, but I'm sure someone will shout me down!


Let's not forget that HD-DVD is region free and Blu-Ray is region encoded. I originally backed HD to be victorious mainly on the back of the lack of region coding. I thought consumers would prefer that, but I'm still sitting on the fence. HD has a mountain to climb but anything can happen. HD seems to suffer from not having someone with the financial clout and reputation of Sony behind it pushing as hard as they can. Surely there's been a bit of wining and dining (and probably the odd unmarked brown envelope) involved in the studios decisions to exclusively back Blu-Ray... apart from those obviously connected to Sony.

Either way, in the mean time (until a winner is crowned officially) , "cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war!"
#30
spoonofmilk
hooray for cheap DVDs! While all the Blu-Ray bores are off spending £25 a disc, we can hoover up all the bargains as (admittedly) HD DVD plummets into obscurity, by which time we will have saved enough money by buying HD DVD versions that we can afford to buy the PS3 for Blu Ray compatibility... by which time the PS3 will be down to about £150 due to lack of decent sales vs the Wii.

Go team Blu!


£25 a disc who are you kidding. Spider Man Trilogy all the 3 movies plus a disc full of extras £15 Tesco. Take a look at the region free selection on Movietyme and many other import sites.

The rest of your post makes no sense what so ever. Hoover up the current poor selection that HD DVD will forever offer, so you can afford to pay for a PS3 that wont play them. :roll:

£150 PS3 no chance this side of 2010. This is Sony's year.
#31
sparc
£25 a disc who are you kidding. Spider Man Trilogy all the 3 movies plus a disc full of extras £15 Tesco. Take a look at the region free selection on Movietyme and many other import sites.

The rest of your post makes no sense what so ever. Hoover up the current poor selection that HD DVD will forever offer, so you can afford to pay for a PS3 that wont play them. :roll:

£150 PS3 no chance this side of 2010. This is Sony's year.


To quote Harry Hill, there's only one way to solve this.... FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#32
sparc
One of these days I'm going to ask the HD DVD owners for some stock tips.

They all have insider knowledge of how Toshiba's miserable fated format is going to take a miraculous recovery proving all Hollywood executives , tech industry experts and Wall Street investors wrong. And in doing so saved themselves a pocket full of loose change in picking up sale these items now.


The first one has taken the bait.:p
#33
stupot42;1571103
Surely there's been a bit of wining and dining (and probably the odd unmarked brown envelope) involved in the studios decisions to exclusively back Blu-Ray... apart from those obviously connected to Sony."


It's the same a Betamax and VHS.
Beta was a better format but at the time (and this is an abbreviated scenario of what happened) VHS machines were given out to all the top people at the places the counted and that's what swung the vote.

Didn't realise that HD were region free.
Again I'll alway back the cheaper format and would never pay £20+ for any disc!
#34
woodyuk
It's the same a Betamax and VHS.
Beta was a better format but at the time (and this is an abbreviated scenario of what happened) VHS machines were given out to all the top people at the places the counted and that's what swung the vote.

Didn't realise that HD were region free.
Again I'll alway back the cheaper format and would never pay £20+ for any disc!


It's always the way, it's who you know; not what you know. I agree, I'm not prepared to pay £20 for a disc either, and I'd be happy with either format once the price comes down. Until then I'll live with what the net can offer me! ;-)
#35
sparc
£25 a disc who are you kidding. Spider Man Trilogy all the 3 movies plus a disc full of extras £15 Tesco. Take a look at the region free selection on Movietyme and many other import sites.

The rest of your post makes no sense what so ever. Hoover up the current poor selection that HD DVD will forever offer, so you can afford to pay for a PS3 that wont play them. :roll:

£150 PS3 no chance this side of 2010. This is Sony's year.



Admittedly everyone here shops on the internet but how many average consumers only buy things they see on store shelves? Thats where they see £20-£30 for a Hi-Def disc (both red and blue suffer form this).

Yes there are some Blu-Ray region free discs, but they are usually old catelogue titles. HD DVD lets me get the latest blockbuster from the US early and cheaper than in the UK, without me having to consult a long list hoping that it will play on my UK specced machine.

I think there are about 300 or more HD-DVD exclusive films, which yes a PS3 wont play but that arent on Blu-Ray anyway. Why restrict yourself to missing out on a large selection of films? The player and discs are cheap enough now for most consumers to buy both. And HD-DVD will be around in one way or another for years to come, even if it means Tosh sell the licensing rights to the BDA so there are cheap dual format players.

The only way for Sony to get anywhere near the market dominance they had with the PS2 is to drop prices, look how many consoles have been sold since the drop to £299. Thats a £150 drop in RRP in under 18 months. So hitting £150 by 2010 is on target.

And the line "This is Sony's year".....you aint a Liverpool fan are you, sounds like something they would say :roll:
#36
Wouldn't it be nice if for once when someone posts a good deal on here be it Blu-Ray or HD that everyone just spoke about the deal and not turn it into which Format is better.

Guess that won't happen but at least they are entertaining.
#37
sparc;1571121
£25 a disc who are you kidding. Spider Man Trilogy all the 3 movies plus a disc full of extras £15 Tesco.

Yeah, a one-off deal that lasted about 36 hours is really balanced evidence of prices. :?

sparc;1571121
Take a look at the region free selection on Movietyme and many other import sites.


Take a look at any HD-DVDs which are all region free and you don't have to even think about region coding. :?

And you say other people's points make no sense! :lol:
#38
For sure, these t-shirts can now be picked up at 90% off from their RRP

http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/8580/tshirtml2.jpg
:roll:
#39
Incidentally, I own nothing on either format...
#40
I buy HD DVD's in which ever format is the cheapest because I have both an Xbox360 with HD DVD drive and a PS3.

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