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Die Hard Trilogy (6 Disc Collector's Edition) [DVD Boxset] - £4.93 @ Lovefilm (free delivery)
Die Hard Trilogy (6 Disc Collector's Edition) [DVD Boxset] - £4.93 @ Lovefilm (free delivery)

Die Hard Trilogy (6 Disc Collector's Edition) [DVD Boxset] - £4.93 @ Lovefilm (free delivery)

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This is how a Die Hard Boxset should be... and what a price! 6 discs, uncut Special Editions, oodles of extras. Far superior to the quadrilogy boxset. Yes, it's missing Die Hard 4, but at £4.93 who cares. Bargain!


DIE HARD Trilogy Collector's Edition:
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All 3 classic Die Hard movies are in this highly collectable boxset in their special edition formats. The 6 disc set has hours of special features such as director's commentaries, deleted scenes, featurettes, trailers and much much more. It also includes a collector's booklet.

DIE HARD Disc One: * Die Hard Movie with DTS Audio * Audio commentary with director John McTiernan and production designer Jackson DeGovia * Scene specific commentary with visualeffects producer Richard Edlund. * Text commentary - learn about the making of the film from these detailed comments from cast and crew. * Special branching version - view the film with a deleted scene re-inserted. Disc Two: * The Cutting Room. Scene-editing workshop: choose shots from different scenes within the film and re-edit to create your own unique scene. * Audio mixing: manipulate the dialogue, music and sound effects. Multi-camera shooting. * 'Why Letterbox?' featurette. * Multi-Camera Angle Shooting * Outtakes with various audio streams - a mixture of short, deleted scenes, outtakes/ alternate takes. * Deleted Scene: 'Turning off the Power'. * The newcasts - original footage of news reports which appear in film, including extended and alternate takes. * Magazine articles. * Theatrical trailers. * Entire shooting script. * Interactive slide show with 94 publicity and behind-the-scenes stills.

DIE HARD 2 Disc One: * Die Hard 2 Movie with DTS Audio * Audio commentary by Renny Harlin. Disc Two: * Making of Featurette * Deleted scenes * Renny Harlin interview * Villain's Profile featurette * Behind the scenes storyboards featurette * Side by side comparisons * Visual effects sequences * 4 trailers

DIE HARD 3 * Die Hard With A Vengeance Movie with Dolby Digital 5.1 Audio * Audio commentary Disc Two: * Behind the scenes featurette * 'A Night To Die For/McClane Is Back'featurette * Die Hard 3featurette * 4 behind the scenes featurettes * Alternative ending * Interview with Bruce Willis * Villain's profile featurette * 7 visual effects sequence * Theatrical trailers * Easter egg gag reel

Synopsis:
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A boxed set featuring the adventures of cop John McClane in DIE HARD, DIE HARD 2, and DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE, as he battles terrorists intent on destroying office buildings, airports, and Manhattan. This special edition features the two-disc versions of each film, as well as a collector's booklet and a numbered limited edition 'Senitype' reproduction film cell.

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...then supplement the boxset with the 2 disc special edition of Die Hard 4.0 for £2.95 @ Zavvi
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All-in Total: 4.93 + 2.95 = £7.88

Not a bad all-in price for special 2 editions of all 4 films!


BTW, cheapest price for the poor 4 disc quadrilogy is £11.99 @ Amazon

Die Hard with a Vengeance is still cut, even in this set.

good deal voted hot

Yippee ki yay mofo......Hot for me

Hot. Ordered.

Still waiting on a decenty blu ray set of this. Hot price though.

-Kev

hottt .. thanks

Kev`

Still waiting on a decenty blu ray set of this. Hot price though.-Kev



Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is relatively new there isn't much point in waiting, as you won't see thta much of an improvement on these old films.

I'm no expert on bluray but I don't think your point is correct that only new films are worth buying on bluray have you watched any older films on bluray there much better 2001 a space odyssey is amazing on bluray

jcrulesfootball

I'm no expert on bluray but I don't think your point is correct that only … I'm no expert on bluray but I don't think your point is correct that only new films are worth buying on bluray have you watched any older films on bluray there much better 2001 a space odyssey is amazing on bluray



35mm film has a much higher resolution than 1080p, more like 4k or even higher than that. but the blu ray quality depends on the source. if the film studio takes the time to rescan the film cells, remastering it in the same way as they did with 2001, The Godfather, Raging Bull etc, then they can look like they were shot the other day. If they use the same source as they did for the dvd, because it was never designed for that resolution, it will look crappy. Thats how I understand it anyway.

Edited by: "NickDude" 5th Mar 2011

tianuk3

Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is … Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is relatively new there isn't much point in waiting, as you won't see thta much of an improvement on these old films.




not true, if time is spent on the remaster the results can be a massive improvement see 'The Warriors' for details, a superb blu-ray.

tianuk3

Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is … Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is relatively new there isn't much point in waiting, as you won't see thta much of an improvement on these old films.



How on Earth have you come to this conclusion? You do understand that 35mm film is better resolution that blu-ray don't you? If a film was made well on 35mm, in this case big blockbusters, then a transfer done properly should be stunning. If it hasn't been then it's the industry with plans to re-issue it remastered later on. (a crappy practice that hurts blu more than the artificially high prices)
Edited by: "diGriz" 6th Mar 2011

tianuk3

Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is … Blu-ray is obviously nicer, but to be honest, unless the film is relatively new there isn't much point in waiting, as you won't see thta much of an improvement on these old films.



Rubbish! You seen the Back to the future trilogy on blu? Blows the DVD release out of the water. Movies are made in higher res than 1080p HD when originally mastered onto 35mm. If they recreate onto blu ray from scratch the quality can be much increased from dvd.


-Kev

Did anyone actually get one of these?

I have had an email saying they are having problems getting stock. The fact the shop has now closed doesn't make me feel I will be getting this.
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