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Found IN STORE at Cambridge branch....

Titles include:

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Serenity
Red Dragon
Wyatt Earp
Poseidon
Carlitos Way
Corpse Bride
Oceans 11, 12 and 13
Superman Returns
Dantes Peak
Daylight
Spartacus
Training Day
The Game

and a few others!

Yeah I know.... HDDVDs are old technology etc etc....you tell me where you can get most of these on DVD for £2 let alone High Def versions!
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#1
they had these movies in at £3.99 since at least last june, not really new
#2
5 for £10 is though - £2 each, bargain
#3
"they had these movies in at £3.99 since at least last june, not really new"

and now they are HALF that price if buying 5.
#4
Ok I wont bother telling you that HDDVD is old technology but what I will tell you is that HDDVD is extinct technology! much love :whistling:
#5
and these deals are normally store specific going from previous posts
#6
bearman3784
and these deals are normally store specific going from previous posts


Yeah, can anyone confirm whether or not this is store specific?
Thanks
#7
Just rang Carlisle store and was told this offer wasn't on there.
#8
scottydont
Ok I wont bother telling you that HDDVD is old technology but what I will tell you is that HDDVD is extinct technology! much love :whistling:


Zip it!!
1 Like #9
scottydont
Ok I wont bother telling you that HDDVD is old technology but what I will tell you is that HDDVD is extinct technology! much love :whistling:


Wondered how long (in minutes usually) that someone would post such a constructive comment - personally I have both a HD DVD player which is also multiregion/upscalable on region locked dvd's and a PS3 for Blu Ray - yes agree that the format 'lost' the war but at the prices that these have been, warrents purchases

Remember - both HDDVD and Blu Ray fall under the same banner - THEY ARE ALL MOVIES IN HIGH DEFINITION - until the now market leader Blu ray brings thier older discs in at under £5 (compared to the same movies that can be bought this very day for £3) then I will continute to enjoy High Definition movies from whatever format is simply the cheapest :whistling:
#10
steve123uk
Wondered how long (in minutes usually) that someone would post such a constructive comment - personally I have both a HD DVD player which is also multiregion/upscalable on region locked dvd's and a PS3 for Blu Ray - yes agree that the format 'lost' the war but at the prices that these have been, warrents purchases

Remember - both HDDVD and Blu Ray fall under the same banner - THEY ARE ALL MOVIES IN HIGH DEFINITION - until the now market leader Blu ray brings thier older discs in at under £5 (compared to the same movies that can be bought this very day for £3) then I will continute to enjoy High Definition movies from whatever format is simply the cheapest :whistling:


cheers for that, This deal is good for those of you out there like your goodself steve that have already forked out for a HD DVD player, however I still dont see the point in buying a format that is in short supply and only has older titles available just to have them lying around gathering dust once watched once.
Also agree that life will be all the more sweeter when the price of the older title Blu Rays comes down :thumbsup:
#11
Yes scott but surely the offer posted here is for existing hddvd owners only they would appreciate this offer,owners who would like to extend their dvd collection for peanuts and not a link to buy into something thats extinct,which come to thinking isnt really because its a great upscaler for normal dvds too.
#12
awesome deal...buy them up now!!serenity in paticular is hard to get hold of...i think!£2 each is hard to go wrong with!
#13
scottydont
however I still dont see the point in buying a format that is in short supply and only has older titles available just to have them lying around gathering dust once watched once.


but surely that can be said about dvds / games / in fact pretty much ANY collection...there is quite a retro game thing and you don't see many games for older systems being made any more! Anyway, for £2 each its cheaper than renting....and you only watch them once and you don't even get to keep them afterwards!
#14
If you have a HD DVD player it's a bargain and even if they do lay around gathering dust there is always the chance that some cranks will go on a retro buzz in a few years and decide that these are collectors items.
#15
In reality the only advantage blu-ray has over hd dvd when the same film is on both formats is the fact that you can lend them to friends/family who have a blu-ray player and also if your hd-dvd player breaks down then you're in trouble. Other than that the quality of the films are pretty much the same. Film cases gather dust whatever format you buy them on.

In a way it almost feels like a waste of money to pay extra for the blu-ray version.
#16
bearman3784;4425779
they had these movies in at £3.99 since at least last june, not really new


bearman3784;4425801
and these deals are normally store specific going from previous posts

feel like being an idiot today? :whistling:
#17
what you got to remember though is the value of some of these HD DVD's on the Auction Markets, I sold all my gear to a buyer on here some time back, but some HD DVD"s go for a lot on Ebay, the likes of polar express etc... go for a pretty penny on HD DVD on Ebay.

HD DVD might be a dead format, but its worth trying to obtain the 500+ titles that there is out there.

Even though I got rid of the format for blu ray I have still voted this hot!
#18
Great price... shame they shut the gamestation near me.. will have to find out where nearest one is now...
#19
So if a film is old you never watch it again? What a stupid comment.
#20
my local says nope
banned#21
Hot!! Half the price of a dvd rental
#22
my durham store will probably not do this, but ill call them and find out.

i was joking with a guy in there last week about some of the hd-dvd prices. Top Gun for £14.99, Mission Impossible Trilogy for £34.99

if they are 5 for £10 in my local one ill take 5 for that price. hopfully get some new ones but even if i get duplicates im sure i can trade somehow, somewhere.
#23
You can get HD-dvd player for xbox360 for dirt cheap nowadays can't you?

Blu-ray prices will hover at the same price till they bring out some kind of virtual reality player.

HD-DVD however will no doubt die out but will be dirt cheap until then - for the same quality as Blu-Ray!
#24
Some great titles if you can find them.
#25
Only thing I dont like with HD-DVD on my tv I cannot get the pic. on full screen... Its like widescreen in middle of it.... (xbox hd-dvd)
banned#26
Good price for some quality films :)
#27
scottydont
cheers for that, This deal is good for those of you out there like your goodself steve that have already forked out for a HD DVD player, however I still dont see the point in buying a format that is in short supply and only has older titles available just to have them lying around gathering dust once watched once.
Also agree that life will be all the more sweeter when the price of the older title Blu Rays comes down :thumbsup:


Erm... I believe the post is really for people that own HD DVD, or even those such as myself who recently bought a player (i.e. the xbox360 HDDVD drive was going for £18 recently - a bargain really considering there was a wide selection of films available at amazing prices). Yes, we all know it's defunct now but still these prices are a very good deal for those HD movies especially compared to Blu-Ray -let's face it, at up to £28 for one blu-ray at HMV I know what I'd rather buy... the film on good old fashioned DVD!
#28
laltufan
Only thing I dont like with HD-DVD on my tv I cannot get the pic. on full screen... Its like widescreen in middle of it.... (xbox hd-dvd)


Sounds like either your xbox or TV is set to 4:3 and not widescreen...tis fine on my xbox hddvd.
#29
laltufan
Only thing I dont like with HD-DVD on my tv I cannot get the pic. on full screen... Its like widescreen in middle of it.... (xbox hd-dvd)


http://hometheater.about.com/od/televisionbasics/a/aahdtvfaqs6a.htm
#30
cant get out til Sunday hope there's a few left
#31
laltufan
Only thing I dont like with HD-DVD on my tv I cannot get the pic. on full screen... Its like widescreen in middle of it.... (xbox hd-dvd)




I think he knows that :roll: He is saying there are bars on the left and right of the screen too! (of course i could be completely wrong and often am!)
banned#32
So other than the OP... has ANYONE found this offer on?

I'd go look tonight, but I suspect this is another case of the HUKD blind voting deals hot based on price, whether they are available or not.

anyone confirm?

(no disrespect to the OP - i just think this is a one off)
#33
Hi, is this a store offer or website? could you please provide a valid link as I cannot find any hd dvd offers of this sort?
Thank You
#34
vibeone
So other than the OP... has ANYONE found this offer on?

I'd go look tonight, but I suspect this is another case of the HUKD blind voting deals hot based on price, whether they are available or not.

anyone confirm?

(no disrespect to the OP - i just think this is a one off)


Looks like you could be right...makes a change that I am close to a shop offering something cheap as usually miss out :-D

bobo53
Hi, is this a store offer or website? could you please provide a valid link as I cannot find any hd dvd offers of this sort?
Thank You


Says IN STORE in the description.
#35
I have just phoned my local store and they don't know anything about this offer.
#36
scottydont
cheers for that, This deal is good for those of you out there like your goodself steve that have already forked out for a HD DVD player, however I still dont see the point in buying a format that is in short supply and only has older titles available just to have them lying around gathering dust once watched once.
Also agree that life will be all the more sweeter when the price of the older title Blu Rays comes down :thumbsup:


hmmmm pretty blinkered viewpoint however.

have you considered those who use a HTPC for their hi def stuff?

a blu-ray/HD combo drive by LG is cheaper than other blu-ray only rival drives, so it is brain dead NOT to consider a dual format if going this route imo.

(and indeed is the route i have gone, HTPC the only way to play ALL file formats :) )
#37
gary_rip
feel like being an idiot today? :whistling:


no, feel like attempting to be smart today? :whistling:
#38
scottydont
cheers for that, This deal is good for those of you out there like your goodself steve that have already forked out for a HD DVD player, however I still dont see the point in buying a format that is in short supply and only has older titles available just to have them lying around gathering dust once watched once.
Also agree that life will be all the more sweeter when the price of the older title Blu Rays comes down :thumbsup:


What about the many people who bought HDDVD/Blu ray pc combos, hardly an extinct technology when drives are still being made and discs sold for it.
#39
also - 3.99 each, 5 for 10... but says 2 pound each. should be total as cant get one for 2 pound on its own.
#40
Anyone found stock in London?

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