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HD DVDs Available from £4.98 @ Amazon.co.uk

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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Ray £4.98
Fearless £4.98
The Thing £4.98
Carlito's Way £5.48
The Skeleton Key £5.48
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banned#1
Great find, got most of them but for those still looking!
#2
Hot. It's a pity that when you order by price it doesn't work, though.
banned#3
Yeah, noticed that too. You have to scroll through every page to find the cheapest.
#4
yeah poor choices the films that were there wont do much for you on a hd dvd player, the idea is to get the movies that will stand out and blow u away why bother buying the same film u have on dvdr unless its gonna be summit to make the most of your hd dvd player like the matrix or batman begins these types of films at that price would be bargains.
#5
All money for old rope now.
#6
wewontgetfooleda
yeah poor choices the films that were there wont do much for you on a hd dvd player, the idea is to get the movies that will stand out and blow u away why bother buying the same film u have on dvdr unless its gonna be summit to make the most of your hd dvd player like the matrix or batman begins these types of films at that price would be bargains.


Yea, I tend to agree that buying/watching, say, Happy Gilmore (a comedy) in HD is a bit pointless. Whereas doing the same with an action movie like Die Hard 4.0 is less so. However, if you have a v.large screen or projector (which I don't) i'm sure that DVD9s look a bit sick. So, basically, you are buying Happy Gilmore in HD such that you can enjoy the SAME quality as you did when you used to watch the SD version on your 26-inch CRT. I mean, that's really the reason HD exists. It's not for better quality, but just comparatively equal quality when viewed on the increasingly common, increasingly large screens. That's my opinion anyway. Bottom line: If Happy Gilmore can be had for a fiver in HD, it would be silly to get it in SD, as the price would be at most about £1 lower.

P.S. Don't know why i'm going on about Gilmore. It just came to mind as a random film to own in HD.



UEF
All money for old rope now.


Not quite, but point accepted.
#7
Great prices and voted hot but you should only buy films you will enjoy watching. IMHO the pick of HD-DVD content is as follows.
Heroes
Planet Earth
Transformers
Harry Potter 1-5
Bourne 1-3
Unfortunately most of those are still pretty expensive. All of the other HD-DVD's I own will never be watched by me again.
#8
Orville
Great prices and voted hot but you should only buy films you will enjoy watching. IMHO the pick of HD-DVD content is as follows.
Heroes
Planet Earth
Transformers
Harry Potter 1-5
Bourne 1-3
Unfortunately most of those are still pretty expensive. All of the other HD-DVD's I own will never be watched by me again.


good choices there :thumbsup:

Also (for HD quality) the mummy uncut , mummy returns and scorpion king box set is worth a look. ( yes , stupid movies but worth a look )
#9
Houldey
Yea, I tend to agree that buying/watching, say, Happy Gilmore (a comedy) in HD is a bit pointless. Whereas doing the same with an action movie like Die Hard 4.0 is less so. However, if you have a v.large screen or projector (which I don't) i'm sure that DVD9s look a bit sick. So, basically, you are buying Happy Gilmore in HD such that you can enjoy the SAME quality as you did when you used to watch the SD version on your 26-inch CRT. I mean, that's really the reason HD exists. It's not for better quality, but just comparatively equal quality when viewed on the increasingly common, increasingly large screens. That's my opinion anyway. Bottom line: If Happy Gilmore can be had for a fiver in HD, it would be silly to get it in SD, as the price would be at most about £1 lower.

P.S. Don't know why i'm going on about Gilmore. It just came to mind as a random film to own in HD.

How can you say happy gilmore in hd is pointless it looks fantastic - it can be had for a fiver + £1.50 postage thats what i paid for it



Not quite, but point accepted.
#10
Voted cold as none of the films interest me and I don't have a HD Player.

Just kidding voted hot. Some good deals here, have most of the films but there are still some I don't have on offer. Might buy Ray seeing as its only £4.97.
#11
Orville
Great prices and voted hot but you should only buy films you will enjoy watching. IMHO the pick of HD-DVD content is as follows.
Heroes
Planet Earth
Transformers
Harry Potter 1-5
Bourne 1-3
Unfortunately most of those are still pretty expensive. All of the other HD-DVD's I own will never be watched by me again.


Noticed Bourne and Fast+Furious trilogy were 17.99 on Amazon UK, as well as the recent Heroes price drop.
#12
The Thing is a good film too. Not sure how well it will benefit from HD though?
#13
martins_uk
The Thing is a good film too. Not sure how well it will benefit from HD though?


We've got the Thing and it's a huge improvement over the DVD.
#14
martins_uk
The Thing is a good film too. Not sure how well it will benefit from HD though?


its an alright film nothing amazing tho
#15
Cold cold cold, who cares about cheap films for a dead format, I suppose you can buy cheap laserdiscs (actually I've got a LD player lol).
Rgds, Moron

P.S. ...Nah not really, roll on the HD-DVD bargains. Given the recent downward trend in prices though I don't know if I should hold off for a bit (last week I spent ~£10 for Apollo 13 when it was ~£5 yesterday). Tricky line to tread between holding off and getting best deals or leaving it too late and missing out. Good find :thumbsup:

P.P.S. How do you add heat and/or rep', as a newbie I've yet to figure it out.
#16
dandoc2
its an alright film nothing amazing tho


Wash your mouth out with soap young man! ;-)

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