Ted - Limited Edition Steelbook (Includes Digital and UltraViolet Copies) Blu-ray £4.99 @ Zavvi - HotUKDeals
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2 Likes #1
To be honest this might be a good price but personally I think the film is awful

Edited By: ajm007 on Dec 19, 2014 06:40
#2
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.
1 Like #3
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.


just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop
1 Like #4
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

Lol you won't stop now!!
#5
Bargain! It's also part of the 2 for £12 promotion....hmmmm
#6
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.
#7
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I'm the same but I know myself too well - when the same films come out on 'super pristine amazing ultra high def 4k (and then 8k thereafter)' I will probably double dip on most of them. I am proud of my ever expanding blu ray library though. There is always something for every mood and occasion. I must have spent near £1.5k on mine so far.
#8
One of the worst films I've ever seen,wouldn't want it free but thanks OP .
#9
en3sge
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I'm the same but I know myself too well - when the same films come out on 'super pristine amazing ultra high def 4k (and then 8k thereafter)' I will probably double dip on most of them. I am proud of my ever expanding blu ray library though. There is always something for every mood and occasion. I must have spent near £1.5k on mine so far.

I wish I had the money to start a collection like that. I used to have well over 100 DVD steelbooks, but ended up flogging them all because I needed the money unfortunately. I'll win the lottery one day..
#10
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I remember amassing a large collection of VHS tapes for when I moved out of my parents house, but by the time I did DVD was in. There is now not one VHS tape in the house. I then built up a nice DVD collection, then sold most of them for BluRay and Digital.

I have a thing for Steelies so if they are cheap enough I will bite, but I'm not paying over the odds for them, once bitten and all that...

On that note, when are they releasing the 5K platinum-diamond-encrusted super special edition? ;-)
1 Like #11
I managed to see all the funny bits of this film in the 60 second advert...
2 Likes #12
m.ad
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I remember amassing a large collection of VHS tapes for when I moved out of my parents house, but by the time I did DVD was in. There is now not one VHS tape in the house. I then built up a nice DVD collection, then sold most of them for BluRay and Digital.

I have a thing for Steelies so if they are cheap enough I will bite, but I'm not paying over the odds for them, once bitten and all that...

On that note, when are they releasing the 5K platinum-diamond-encrusted super special edition? ;-)

Although its great to keep upgrading, I do wonder whether the quality difference between current media and future media will just get smaller and smaller. VHS to dvd was pretty huge. dvd to blu ray was also pretty big but blu ray to (most likely) 4k will be smaller due to the great upscaling capabilities of modern TVs and the diminishing returns with higher resolutions
2 Likes #13
We'll all be streaming in the future, no physical copies.
#14
Great price, I too have recently caught the steelbook bug!
2 Likes #15
en3sge
m.ad
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I remember amassing a large collection of VHS tapes for when I moved out of my parents house, but by the time I did DVD was in. There is now not one VHS tape in the house. I then built up a nice DVD collection, then sold most of them for BluRay and Digital.

I have a thing for Steelies so if they are cheap enough I will bite, but I'm not paying over the odds for them, once bitten and all that...

On that note, when are they releasing the 5K platinum-diamond-encrusted super special edition? ;-)

Although its great to keep upgrading, I do wonder whether the quality difference between current media and future media will just get smaller and smaller. VHS to dvd was pretty huge. dvd to blu ray was also pretty big but blu ray to (most likely) 4k will be smaller due to the great upscaling capabilities of modern TVs and the diminishing returns with higher resolutions

Currently in the process of attempting to change around the lounge and storage associated with it. Seeing the surprisingly growing collection of Blu Rays we have I wonder this myself. DVDs are worthless on the second hand market these days and I am wondering if my investment into Blu Ray will go the same way. Although currently we do not have the space to dedicate to a 4K television (hardly worth it unless you have a 55" TV)

However, despite everyone saying streaming is the way forward and the end of physical media is nigh, I am failing to see on Netflix any audio above Dolby Digital Plus, and if mastered well at least Blu Ray is getting the most out of our 1080p panels.

So I am still putting together a collection of movies and tv shows in Blu Ray that we want to keep, otherwise the watch once films (such as Ted) we are quite happy to just watch on Netflix.

Great price though for this, and heat added.
1 Like #16
en3sge
m.ad
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I remember amassing a large collection of VHS tapes for when I moved out of my parents house, but by the time I did DVD was in. There is now not one VHS tape in the house. I then built up a nice DVD collection, then sold most of them for BluRay and Digital.

I have a thing for Steelies so if they are cheap enough I will bite, but I'm not paying over the odds for them, once bitten and all that...

On that note, when are they releasing the 5K platinum-diamond-encrusted super special edition? ;-)

Although its great to keep upgrading, I do wonder whether the quality difference between current media and future media will just get smaller and smaller. VHS to dvd was pretty huge. dvd to blu ray was also pretty big but blu ray to (most likely) 4k will be smaller due to the great upscaling capabilities of modern TVs and the diminishing returns with higher resolutions
Depends on how the content is created/edited. If all the work is done at 4k or better then the result will be very noticeable.
The trouble is if a film was recorded in 1080 then everything between 1080 and 4k has to be generated by computer. While the programs are getting better and better at it there is still a lot of guess work.
1080 to 4k is closer to the jump from 480 to 1080 then it is from 720 to 1080 and for most people the jump from 720 to 1080 is more then worth it.
#17
cicobuff
en3sge
m.ad
InAFalsetto
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

I spent a grand over 3 weeks and amassed a huge collection.

Paid £35 for Terminator 2 Skynet Edition, £28 for V For Vendetta, £30 for Commando, £25 for Stargate, £50 for the HMV Exclusive of Thor.

The way I see it, i'm keeping the collection for life so it's all good.

I remember amassing a large collection of VHS tapes for when I moved out of my parents house, but by the time I did DVD was in. There is now not one VHS tape in the house. I then built up a nice DVD collection, then sold most of them for BluRay and Digital.

I have a thing for Steelies so if they are cheap enough I will bite, but I'm not paying over the odds for them, once bitten and all that...

On that note, when are they releasing the 5K platinum-diamond-encrusted super special edition? ;-)

Although its great to keep upgrading, I do wonder whether the quality difference between current media and future media will just get smaller and smaller. VHS to dvd was pretty huge. dvd to blu ray was also pretty big but blu ray to (most likely) 4k will be smaller due to the great upscaling capabilities of modern TVs and the diminishing returns with higher resolutions

Currently in the process of attempting to change around the lounge and storage associated with it. Seeing the surprisingly growing collection of Blu Rays we have I wonder this myself. DVDs are worthless on the second hand market these days and I am wondering if my investment into Blu Ray will go the same way. Although currently we do not have the space to dedicate to a 4K television (hardly worth it unless you have a 55" TV)

However, despite everyone saying streaming is the way forward and the end of physical media is nigh, I am failing to see on Netflix any audio above Dolby Digital Plus, and if mastered well at least Blu Ray is getting the most out of our 1080p panels.

So I am still putting together a collection of movies and tv shows in Blu Ray that we want to keep, otherwise the watch once films (such as Ted) we are quite happy to just watch on Netflix.

Great price though for this, and heat added.

Agree with your comment about streaming. I think there can be a place in the market for both streaming and physical storage.

The problem with streaming is that you never 'own' the movie. Even if you buy it in digital format and hold it either locally or on the cloud, you are still relying on access to a server to either stream or download it. This server can be switched off at any time (e.g. if the company goes bankrupt etc) and your hard drive can fail at any time.

Blu rays can last at least 100 years if properly cared for. No need for server connection (unless you want to access the net features) and they fulfil one of the basic human needs - ownership. We like to 'own' things. That's just our nature. Ok we never actually 'own' the film (just the license) but we own the capacity to watch that film any time we like.
#18
Thanks op
#19
Just got it my son for a stocking filler, Thank you!
#20
Beary Good!
1 Like #21
Just shot up to £9.99! (I was about to checkout.... and wondered why my total had changed) oO:(
#22
goodd deallll
#23
£9.99 :(
4 Likes #24
Any hungry flamedeer around these parts? http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSOF05VpTS_M9I9SJz07OVMr4yzwLOYGVcwWGaE7lMfD6dKcl6XLA
1 Like #25
luckleberry
Any hungry flamedeer around these parts? http://t3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSOF05VpTS_M9I9SJz07OVMr4yzwLOYGVcwWGaE7lMfD6dKcl6XLA

Don't know about a flamedeer but I really fancy a carrot now - oh and a flamedeer :D
1 Like #26
Price went up to £9.99 whilst it was in my basket! I did have another 5 Blu-rays in my basket as well and I got so annoyed they had upped the price I deleted them all and Tweeted them a lovely message :)
#27
FLAMEDEER THING IS ALSO LIKELY TO BE MY SECOND NASTY TWEET OF THE DAY AS I USE HUKD EVERY DAY, EVEN PRIOR TO FLAMEDEERS AND I HAVE 2 OF ALMOST EVERY FLAMEDEER AND I AM NOT LIKLEY TO GET A GOLD! #CON I RECON!!!!
#28
Pbatey7
Price went up to £9.99 whilst it was in my basket! I did have another 5 Blu-rays in my basket as well and I got so annoyed they had upped the price I deleted them all and Tweeted them a lovely message :)

Serves them right was it "Merry Christmas ya filthy animal, and a happy new year" ??? :D
1 Like #29
blackanchorage
We'll all be streaming in the future, no physical copies.

I'm sure we'll all be replaced by robots soon enough. But until then, I will stick to physical media.
1 Like #30
ajm007
To be honest this might be a good price but personally I think the film is awful

Agreed the film had so much promise, and failed big time!!!!
#31
ashmac
thebaron69
Very funny. I would buy this but need to stop buying steelbooks when i already have the standard amaray version.

just started on the steel book bug

spent £150 this week

must stop

What is it about the steel book editions ?
#32
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ezzer72
I managed to see all the funny bits of this film in the 60 second advert...


+1. What was Seth thinking off??

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