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HD-DVD Battlestar Galactica S1 @ £17.99 or Less Delivered at HMV Plus 10% Quidco
HD-DVD Battlestar Galactica S1 @ £17.99 or Less Delivered at HMV Plus 10% Quidco

HD-DVD Battlestar Galactica S1 @ £17.99 or Less Delivered at HMV Plus 10% Quidco

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I know this is threaded elsewhere at DVDi for £12.48 & DVD.co.uk for £15.99 but I placed an order with both of these companies for this exact same item only later to be told it was on order as re-stock, even though showing as available. Ordered from HMV and arrived 2 days later. I'm guessing with no more HD-DVDs now being produced better to make sure you have a copy if really wanted.

Review:

An updating and re-imagining of the classic 1970's sci-fi television show, BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, a space adventure combining elements of STAR TREK, STAR WARS, and THE TERMINATOR. Human beings built the android Cylons to work as servants for them, only to have the robots rebel and disappear into space. A generation later however, the Cylons returned to destroy their former masters, and succeeded in eliminating the 12 worlds that mankind inhabited. Luckily, one group of people has managed to escape the genocide, lead by Commander William Adama (Edward James Olmos), on board the massive space ship, Battlestar Galactica. But the struggle isn't over, as the ruthless Cylons continue to pursue the ship and the last surviving members of the human race. This vision of BATTLESTAR GALACTICA features a darker tone together with CGI special effects, and shares with other science fiction sagas a warning about the misuse of advanced technology.

All of Season 1 episodes plus the MINI series.
Just a shame any of the later seasons now wont make it to HD format.

Don't forget to run through Quidco for 10% back..
.. even better if you can locate any £2.00 or £1.00 off HMV/McDonalds promo vouchers.

With £2.00 off voucher & 10% Quidco would make it £14.39 .. and from a reliable source.

Link to the current £4.99 HD-DVD deals from the same page too.

** LOL, cold votes already coming in from Bu-ray owners..how sad **

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£15.99 at dvd.co.uk
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