Existenz (Dual Format Limited Edition) 101 Films Black Edition £12.50 del @ smileyjanesstore / Ebay
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Existenz (Dual Format Limited Edition) 101 Films Black Edition £12.50 del @ smileyjanesstore / Ebay

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Found 15th Apr
If you like the movie, this is a special edition which includes
Brand New Extras
The Leader: An interview with Christopher Eccleston
Commentary with Kim Newman & Ryan Lambie
Commentary with Mondo Digital’s Nathaniel Thompson
Limited
Edition Booklet: Includes 'Enemy of Reality: David Cronenberg's
eXistenZ' by Alex Morris, and 'Of Fabrics and Flesh: An interview with
Denise Cronenberg' by Phillip Escott.
Audio commentary by David Cronenberg
Making-of documentary
Promo Featurette
Special Effects Featurette
Backstage interviews with Jude Law, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Willem Dafoe, Jim Isaac (visual effects) and David Cronenburg
Trailer
Much more expensive than the single Bluray but much cheaper than Amazon or anywhere else AFAICT
This Limited Edition version is limited to 3000 copies (apparently)
£23.74 on Amazon
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Or just get it on i-tunes for £2.99
Edited by: "TALON1973" 15th Apr
TALON197316 m ago

Or just get it on i-tunes for £2.99



The black edition? Is the Itunes version collectable
jasee33 m ago

The black edition? Is the Itunes version collectable


Nothing is collectable anymore. Disc based films don't hold value steelbooks used to.....but the markets flooded. Streaming has killed it.
Also in 2 for £25 in HMV if anyone is interested.

I know many people don't care about physical media, but one day it'll bite them in the ass!!
TALON19731 h, 17 m ago

Or just get it on i-tunes for £2.99


Correction it's £1.99 on iTunes.
Mr-Bayram9 h, 7 m ago

Correction it's £1.99 on iTunes.



To get or to buy? There is a difference
Edited by: "jasee" 16th Apr
TALON197312 h, 9 m ago

Nothing is collectable anymore. Disc based films don't hold value …Nothing is collectable anymore. Disc based films don't hold value steelbooks used to.....but the markets flooded. Streaming has killed it.



How can anyone be so cynical... A movie collection is not about value, it's about keeping the movies you like... Streaming has its benefits but it's far from enough if you're interested in cinema globally and not only in blockbusters. More than 50% of the films I own will never be available on Netflix or NowTV.
Magyalmar4 h, 7 m ago

How can anyone be so cynical... A movie collection is not about value, …How can anyone be so cynical... A movie collection is not about value, it's about keeping the movies you like... Streaming has its benefits but it's far from enough if you're interested in cinema globally and not only in blockbusters. More than 50% of the films I own will never be available on Netflix or NowTV.


How do you know that just out of interest?
djhazardous1 h, 27 m ago

How do you know that just out of interest?


I think if you look at something like Netflix as an example, the choice there is quite limited, their content is always going for certain demographics, a lot is underrepresented. As studios begin to pull their content away to create their own services it will only get worse and if (and it's a big if) the current studios all have their own services in the future, a huge amount of our cinematic history may never be included as it's owned by third parties and may never be licensed.

As to physical media holding value, it really depends on the content itself, not the packaging. Not everything ends up on streaming or iTunes and not everything gets constantly re-issued with over-saturated Steelbooks. Buying the latest blockbuster on Blu-ray probably not be a great investment in the long run, but certain movies will always be desirable.
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