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District 9 Hmv Exclusive Steelbook DVD £3.99 @ HMV
District 9 Hmv Exclusive Steelbook DVD £3.99 @ HMV

District 9 Hmv Exclusive Steelbook DVD £3.99 @ HMV

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Last posted over six weeks ago, back down to £3.99 so thought it was worth a reminder

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Original Poster

http://bluraysteelbooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/d9stretched.jpg

Good box, great movie!

no need the last one is still live here

Original Poster

Five weeks old, how can anyone see it?

mofokiss

no need the last one is still live here


As the other post is over a month old, a repost is fine.

Ah cool, I'll delve back into my list lol

That's a really cool case, but why has it got the bluray logo on it? Does the DVD case look the same?

hexen

That's a really cool case, but why has it got the bluray logo on it? Does … That's a really cool case, but why has it got the bluray logo on it? Does the DVD case look the same?



I guess the OP has just found a picture from elsewhere, the picture on HMV website doesn't show the BR logo.

Shame it's not BR, think I'll get it anyway, great film & the cutest baby alien ever!

Have some heat.

Paul.

"Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of metal?
Or is it actually a cheap metal like biscuit box tin? Or maybe an in-betweenie, like aluminium?

If I'm not being naive thinking this is a metal case, take a magnet to it and let me know.
Also, please tell me if it's solidly made or flimsy. Thickness in mm if you can. (I know, I'm getting OCD now, but I really want to know)

Edited by: "Shoesize" 16th Mar 2011

Fecking prawns !

didn't have a clue what the film was about when I rented the blu-ray just saw aliens and space ships.

What a great film, so many messages to get you thinking....

heat

mmm sweet chilli dip mmm mmm love my prawns

It was actually posted more recently than that, but it got deleted as a dupe. It's all about the timing...:)

mofokiss

no need the last one is still live here



There's always one killjoy.

Love this film, the blu-ray is meant to be pretty good or so ive heard. But for £3.99 a bargain.

Thanks for posting otherwise i would have missed this.

Shoesize

"Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of … "Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of metal?Or is it actually a cheap metal like biscuit box tin? Or maybe an in-betweenie, like aluminium?If I'm not being naive thinking this is a metal case, take a magnet to it and let me know. Also, please tell me if it's solidly made or flimsy. Thickness in mm if you can. (I know, I'm getting OCD now, but I really want to know)




Lol just spend £3.99 and find out instead of putting your self through this torture hahaha

Shoesize

"Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of … "Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of metal?Or is it actually a cheap metal like biscuit box tin? Or maybe an in-betweenie, like aluminium?If I'm not being naive thinking this is a metal case, take a magnet to it and let me know. Also, please tell me if it's solidly made or flimsy. Thickness in mm if you can. (I know, I'm getting OCD now, but I really want to know)

Shoesize

"Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of … "Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of metal?Or is it actually a cheap metal like biscuit box tin? Or maybe an in-betweenie, like aluminium?If I'm not being naive thinking this is a metal case, take a magnet to it and let me know. Also, please tell me if it's solidly made or flimsy. Thickness in mm if you can. (I know, I'm getting OCD now, but I really want to know)





I have checked the STEELBOOK cases i have for certain dvd's and yes they are magnetic i don't really care how thick the metal is what do u want for £4 ?

sarek2k

I have checked the STEELBOOK cases i have for certain dvd's and yes they … I have checked the STEELBOOK cases i have for certain dvd's and yes they are magnetic i don't really care how thick the metal is what do u want for £4 ?



Ha ha, can I take the metal case to the scrap yard and get £3.99 for it, can someone let me know?

Strange that this was only made because they couldn't get the rights to Halo.

Russell

Will this be listed again next month? and the month after that?...

Shoesize

"Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of … "Steelbook"? So the sleeve is actually made of steel? Or SOME sort of metal?Or is it actually a cheap metal like biscuit box tin? Or maybe an in-betweenie, like aluminium?If I'm not being naive thinking this is a metal case, take a magnet to it and let me know. Also, please tell me if it's solidly made or flimsy. Thickness in mm if you can. (I know, I'm getting OCD now, but I really want to know)




Emphasises Thickness in mm lolol X) does it really matter?

Edited by: "technocarb" 16th Mar 2011

Original Poster

Dantooine

Will this be listed again next month? and the month after that?...



I'll make sure of it

Awesome movie!

excellent movie and that's a damn good deal, however saying that, I cannot justify it. I know it's £4 but when money is tight, its what you need over what you want

alera

Fecking prawns !



**** prawns!

There is an "oo" in the middle.
Edited by: "Groaver" 16th Mar 2011

The Blu-Ray version is brilliant, definite noticeable difference in quality!

Great Movie and Deal tho!

£9.99 now

Original Poster

mrbluesky

£9.99 now



Didn't take long to drop last time mate

technocarb

Emphasises Thickness in mm lolol X) does it really matter?



Ha ha, not exactly. If you look carefully, you'll see it was simply a start to a new sentence. But I don't mind you thinking I'm emphasising it, because I am curious.
It just goes towards the solidity of the thing. If it's solid, I'm interested, if it's like a biscuit tin, I'm not. The reason is that DVDs are ten a penny nowadays,so I'm interested in it for its value as an artistic object.

And to sarek2k who wisely suggested "Lol just spend £3.99 and find out instead of putting your self through this torture hahaha" - I really would, but I'm not working at the moment, so can't throw even £4 willy-nilly on something if it's not gonna be worth it. The last DVD I bought was Serenity, for £2.99 over 2 years ago, and that was a fairly decent price, I thought, but anything more is more than I'm willing to spend, so £2 extra is not great value to me (no matter how good the film is) if the additional "bits" are not worth it.

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