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Kill Bill 1 & 2 on Blu-ray for £17.99 Bargain @ Play

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Had a similar deal on amazon.co.uk a few weeks ago which is now expired. This is in stock and ready to be added to your growing blu-ray collection!
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Kill Bill (2004): Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!
Kill Bill 2 (2004): The second part of Quentin Tarantino's deliriously stylish movie as The Bride (Thurman) continues her typically blood-soaked revenge quest...
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#2
leeds_united_afc


Plus RAC code + Quidco hot.:thumbsup:
#3
Bought these originally from Play before they expired and then it came out from Amzaon which again expired.

Havent watched them yet on Blu-Ray but love both of these films.

Bargain though for 2 top quality movies so you cant complain (although some people will !!)
#4
Both movies look great on bluray, Much better than the dvd versions.
#5
bob film
#6
great price - heat from me - just wish they kill bill part 1 was the uncut version :-(
#7
Liam5170
great price - heat from me - just wish they kill bill part 1 was the uncut version :-(


Tarantino insists he will release the redux version in the near future, Not soon enough as far as i'm concerned :x
#8
Nice one OP....

I've ordered mine now and used the RAC vouchers to get it for £17.09.

:)
#9
I believe the reason this boxset is cheap is because the 'redux' version is due out soon; as adsldave points out in the post above.
I can't recall where I read about it but I was under the impression and revised version of these films along with commentarys/documentaries and new animated segments was coming out in the Spring. That could be in as little as 1 month's time.
I'm keen to get these films on BluRay but I think I'll hold out because I love movie extras, they're as good as the feature itself.
#10
yeah I'm holding out for the Uncut & Redux version, love extras & features.
#11
Adam2050
Plus RAC code + Quidco hot.:thumbsup:


What's the deal with the RAC code?

I'm set for quidco but if there is extra to be had before I order :whistling:
#12
gken74
What's the deal with the RAC code?

I'm set for quidco but if there is extra to be had before I order :whistling:


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/266921/5-off-absolutely-everything-play-co
#13
BlueBlade
I believe the reason this boxset is cheap is because the 'redux' version is due out soon; as adsldave points out in the post above.
I can't recall where I read about it but I was under the impression and revised version of these films along with commentarys/documentaries and new animated segments was coming out in the Spring. That could be in as little as 1 month's time.
I'm keen to get these films on BluRay but I think I'll hold out because I love movie extras, they're as good as the feature itself.


I'm not too sure the redux version is the reaosn why it's cheap at the moment as there is no annoucement for the redux version as yet which means it's got to be at least 2 months away [ I would love to be proven wrong about this ], But based upon tarantino's recent interview they haven't actually finished editing the redux version, let alone producing it on bluray or dvd yet.

I think tarantino is too busy with his new war movie at the moment which is due out in august this year
#14
Just ordered, although if a redux version is coming out, I might cancel and wait...I've still got the DVD version to watch if I'm desperate to watch it.
#15
Excellent films (well the first one anyway) very nice price. Heat and rep.
#16
How is £8,99 supposed to be a bargain for any film? Do you really imagine it costs extra to make a BR disc?
#17
Flibtat
How is £8,99 supposed to be a bargain for any film? Do you really imagine it costs extra to make a BR disc?



Well the next cheapest is £31.93 at thehut.com so it's nealy 50% cheaper than the next cheapest. Do you think dvd's cost £5 when they were first released ?, Of course not they cost between £20 - £25 when they were first released (i know i bought some).

Your paying for the research & development that went into making them in the first place aswell as the advertising involved (dvd's didn't have a format war either). All new technology costs alot more in the begining & then becomes cheaper over time because of falling production costs & rising popularity.
#18
:thinking:I got to say these films were terrible
#19
empyphil
:thinking:I got to say these films were terrible


I loved these movies & i'm obviously not the only one as both of them feature in imdb.com's movies of all time list.
#20
Are these the FULL COLOUR versions ?
#21
minxeater
Are these the FULL COLOUR versions ?


Some scenes are meant to be in black & white (generally this will represent scenes from the past), But the main fight scene in kill bill vol1 (battle with the carzy 88's) was not meant to be in black & white but it was the only way to get the film through the ratings process with the bbfc & mpaa (US & UK film ratings board).
This is one of the main hopes for the redux version that they will be able to have that fight scene in full colour as it was intended to be, Although if you want to see that scene in full colour you can get the japanease version as it's full colour in that.
#22
very good price considering Zavvi whilst dissapearing refused to sell it for less than £42 sans the 25%
#23
minxeater
Are these the FULL COLOUR versions ?


No, you need the Japan R2 DVD's for the full colour uncut versions.

Steve
#24
adsldave
Well the next cheapest is £31.93 at thehut.com so it's nealy 50% cheaper than the next cheapest. Do you think dvd's cost £5 when they were first released ?, Of course not they cost between £20 - £25 when they were first released (i know i bought some).

Your paying for the research & development that went into making them in the first place aswell as the advertising involved (dvd's didn't have a format war either). All new technology costs alot more in the begining & then becomes cheaper over time because of falling production costs & rising popularity.


Oh I see what you're saying but even today with the near-dead dvd format it's funny how any eejit with a printable blank dvd and a suitable printer can knock out a film for 50p at most whereas we're still being offered £2.99 "bargains" for ancient films (qv the recent Wayne's World thread etc). I imagine a lot of the research costs are being soaked up by the hardware prices anyway. My point was that the bulk production of any film in any format is probably tuppence compared to what we're asked to pay in the shops.

In this case half price compared to the next nearest retailer is of course a bargain. Wouldn't want to tread on your or amibees toes!

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