HMV stands for His Master's Voice, a painting created by Francis Barraud of his brother's dog Nipper. HMV stores stock a range of products from audio, books, Blu-ray discs, CDs, computer software and hardware, DVDs, video games all with free delivery and competitive prices, making HMV one of the UK's biggest entertainment retailers.
Enjoyed both of these films, spotted yesterday in M/cr and appear to be this price for the Bank Holiday weekend only (could be wrong). Anyhow, both appear to be the cheapest available at the moment. 3 Comments
Set includes: Our Relations Way Out West Swiss Miss Sons of the Desert Saps at Sea The Bohemian Girl A Chump at Oxford Pack up your Troubles Block-Heads Pardon Us in original b/w and in colour. Fou… 0 Comments
As title says, £4.99 for the film when Bought with any item. It will show up as 'perfect partner' on the receipt, reducing £5 from the total for a Blu-Ray copy with a lenticular Sleeve this seems like… 11 Comments
Title says it all really - this is in store in the Victoria Shopping Centre in Harrogate. Been on the look out for a while, but cheapest I have been able to find it is £32 from play-asia. Currently £3… 5 Comments
What a bargain! This huge book uses Polaroid's from two decades of touring to tell the behind-the-scenes story of this great band. The Swansea store has a mountain to sell so they tell me, hence shif… 1 Comment
These were originally £250 plus from many retailers and the cheapest you can buy new anywhere else is £79.99. Extremely well made with an excellent sound (especially for £50). Aluminium and leather. 4 Comments
Goku takes his place amongst the gods Stunning animation and epic new villains highlight the first new Dragon Ball Z feature film in seventeen years! Beerus, the God of Destruction, travels to Earth 3 Comments