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Picked up the excellent Zombieland today at Morrisons for £7. They also had for £7...

Step Brothers
The Ugly Truth
Pinapple Express
Mall Cop
Don't Mess With The Zohan

Also included: Pan's Labyrinth
Lebanon
Quarantine
Hancock

- meh23213
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#1
Ha, those are Jan sale titles that shouldn't be on sale yet.

Also, none of them are really enhanced by Blu-Ray. Still decent prices though.
#2
Would take a great deal to enhance Mall Cop.....
#3
Zombieland is epic, brilliant funny storyline.... Roll on the second!!!
#4
cardio.. double tap..lol
#5
meh23213
Ha, those are Jan sale titles that shouldn't be on sale yet.


i think someone cant read as all te boxes came in with a sticker saying jan sale! LOL

more fool them as i dont think any are at £7 yet. i know the ones i fancy are still scanning arround £15!
#6
Zombieland scanned at £12, but they let me have it for £7. :-)
#7
meh23213
Ha, those are Jan sale titles that shouldn't be on sale yet.

Also, none of them are really enhanced by Blu-Ray. Still decent prices though.


I have both versions and BR looks much sharper on my TV
#8
meh23213
Ha, those are Jan sale titles that shouldn't be on sale yet.Also, none of them are really enhanced by Blu-Ray. Still decent prices though.

Ahem.............
To quote High-Def Digest:

Of all the new release films I would have expected demo material from, 'Zombieland' is nowhere near the top of that list. Damn was I wrong. The AVC MPEG-4 encode (at 1080p) provided this zomedy has spots of sheer and utter perfection, while the flaws are few and far between.

Crisp, amazing fine object detail. Infinite backgrounds that retain their clarity. Bold, striking colors that stay true to their hue. Blood and glass splashes visible to even the tiniest drop or shard. That's how I like my Blu-ray, and that's what 'Zombieland' delivers. The slow motion sequences are as demo as demo can be, with a title sequence worthy of replay for its beauty alone. Grain levels are non existent, while the picture has a fantastic three dimensional quality. Facial features are never obscured, constantly popping right off the screen. Whites are clean and never blown out, blacks are inky and rich, with superb shadow detail. This is zombie heaven. The only concerns I had was a few moments with light aliasing, and a recurring orange tone in skin tones, though it wasn't all that frequent. I'm beyond ecstatic that 'Zombieland' looks this damn good, and while not perfect, it's sure to impress and satiate fans.
#9
Can I guess by the OPs avatar, that the Morrisons he was at was up at the Glasgow Fort?

If there's a £7 sticker and it scans at higher price they have to sell it to you at sticker price, don't take their bull.

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