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List of all Blurays £3 and under with links @Amazon (Prime Only)
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Posted 5th Oct 2018
It is what it is - all Blurays fulfilled by Amazon up to £3 (and a couple just over). Not saying they are all Oscar winners but hopefully help someone

HD Window - The Great Southwest £1.60
2 Days in New York £1.99
HD Window - Hawaii £2.08
Fast Girls £2.42
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey £2.44
Extraction £2.49
Arena £2.75
Underworld: Rise Of The Lycans £2.81
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues £2.84
Despicable Me £2.89
Colin McRae Rally Legend £2.89
Age of Kill £2.90
Red Bull - Mount St. Elias £2.90
The Armstrong Lie £2.91
Half Past Dead £2.92
Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return £2.92
Amsterdam Heavy £2.93
Action Total BD: Twin Daggers / The Way £2.93
Dynamo: Magician Impossible - Series 2 £2.94
Ben Collins: Stunt Driver £2.95
Weed Bandits £2.95
Alpha & Omega 2: A Howl-Iday Adventure £2.95
Bad Teacher £2.97
Badge of Fury £2.97
Hunger Games: Catching Fire [Blu-ray + DVD] £2.98
The Snow Queen £2.98
In My Mind £2.99
Love Thy Neighbour £2.99
Rise of the Footsoldier 3 £2.99
Flying Deuces £2.99
Chicken £2.99
Every Home Should Have One £2.99
The Amazing Spider-Man £2.99
Mine Own Executioner £2.99
The Outsider £2.99
Warn That Man £2.99
The Tower Of Terror £2.99
A Man About the House £2.99
Dallas Buyers Club £2.99
The Club £2.99
Blonde Fist £2.99
Acts of Vengeance £2.99
Mine £2.99
Tom at the Farm £2.99
Paranormal Activity 3 £2.99
Percy's Progress £2.99
Injustice £2.99
Cleanskin £2.99
Transformers: Dark of the Moon [Blu-ray + DVD] £2.99
Nasty Baby £2.99
Little Fockers - Double Play (Blu-ray + DVD) £2.99
Shark Dive 3D (Blu-ray 3D + Blu Ray) £2.99
Walking With Dinosaurs £2.99
Scary Movie 5 £2.99
Bachelorette £2.99
Unchained £2.99
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen £2.99
Death Race 3: Inferno £2.99
The Lady £2.99
Hop £2.99
Dying of The Light £2.99
Newsmakers £2.99
The Big Bang £2.99
21 And Over £2.99
Strip Mind £2.99
Rampart £2.99
Game Of Their Lives £2.99
One Missed Call £3
Dolphins & Whales (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray) £3
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 £3.02
Les Misérables (Blu-ray + Digital Copy + UV Copy) £3.05
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yozzman123406/10/2018 06:15

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .


Physical will always beat digital.
yozzman12341 h, 7 m ago

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .


I buy disks.. watch them and then pass them on or trade them in.. disks are as cheap as downloads and pictures better

Cex pay nearly as much in trade in as you’ve paid so far cheaper than download
yozzman12344 h, 6 m ago

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .



*Yawn*

Scenario 1 “Hey, let’s watch a film.. oh... the WiFi isn’t working...”
(Fault / slow network / buffering / too many people using it)

Scenario 2 “Merry Christmas, here’s an (intangible) digital property”

Scenario 3 “I watched a great film last night, but I can’t lend it to you”

Scenario 4 “I need a coaster for this drink” (voila, dvd case!)

Scenario 5 Discs are generally cheaper than digital (not including subscription services. And then you can save more money by buying second hand.

Also, your WiFi router gathers dust too, and the tv you’re watching this stuff on.



I know, I know, “Do not feed the trolls” but it’s Saturday morning and I’m entertaining myself.
Not too many titles to get excited about...but, definitely appreciate the effort you've gone to cartwheelbob in compiling the list for the rest of us...heat for that
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Thanks pity it's mostly crap though lol
Is that all thats available?
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 5th Oct 2018
Good effort! Have some heat for that alone
Amazing effort, thank you for posting @cartwheelbob and heated
Not too many titles to get excited about...but, definitely appreciate the effort you've gone to cartwheelbob in compiling the list for the rest of us...heat for that
Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .
2 Days in New York is a little gem of a film, well worth £1.99
yozzman123457 m ago

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .


...and dust is toxic?
Or just go in the pound shop and save yourself a fortune
yozzman12341 h, 7 m ago

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .


I buy disks.. watch them and then pass them on or trade them in.. disks are as cheap as downloads and pictures better

Cex pay nearly as much in trade in as you’ve paid so far cheaper than download
yozzman123406/10/2018 06:15

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .


Physical will always beat digital.
Thanks for making this list, theres some good films. Much prefer physical over streaming, much better experience.
Edited by: "heathenmagic" 6th Oct 2018
Walking with Dinosaurs still looks breathtaking.
yozzman12344 h, 6 m ago

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .



*Yawn*

Scenario 1 “Hey, let’s watch a film.. oh... the WiFi isn’t working...”
(Fault / slow network / buffering / too many people using it)

Scenario 2 “Merry Christmas, here’s an (intangible) digital property”

Scenario 3 “I watched a great film last night, but I can’t lend it to you”

Scenario 4 “I need a coaster for this drink” (voila, dvd case!)

Scenario 5 Discs are generally cheaper than digital (not including subscription services. And then you can save more money by buying second hand.

Also, your WiFi router gathers dust too, and the tv you’re watching this stuff on.



I know, I know, “Do not feed the trolls” but it’s Saturday morning and I’m entertaining myself.
Heat for the effort OP. Well composed list... nothing for me this time though
kruger982 h, 7 m ago

Walking with Dinosaurs still looks breathtaking.


Isn't it in SD!
So digital or Blu-ray?

Digital copy of deadpool 2 £13.99 on iTunes
Blu-ray £14.99 with free digital copy and £11 trade in at cex

So basically why would you pay for digital???
yozzman123406/10/2018 06:15

Who buys disks now ? They take up space and gather dust .

So digital or Blu-ray?

Digital copy of deadpool 2 £13.99 on iTunes
Blu-ray £14.99 with free digital copy and £11 trade in at cex

So basically why would you pay for digital???
Yeah, analogue Blu Ray is the way to go.

Everything is digital now, why are people stating digital when they mean to stream or download.
Here is a scenario.
Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and Blu-rays when I can have them on a Hard drive and backed up on another .
Stream it to any tv in the house .
Or Have HD Netflix.
Let’s buy a Blu-Ray for £12 and then 2 months later it’s worth 50p .
Or wait 2 months and pay the 50p
yozzman12341 h, 30 m ago

Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and …Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and Blu-rays when I can have them on a Hard drive and backed up on another . Stream it to any tv in the house . Or Have HD Netflix. Let’s buy a Blu-Ray for £12 and then 2 months later it’s worth 50p .


I’ve already answered.

I have a hard drive of digital copies. I know the benefits. I’m glad they work for you, they work for me too, but there are still pros and cons for it just like they’re are pros and cons for discs.


ps I don’t have a spare room filled with thousands of dvds lol
I darent click on the "blonde fist" link on my work laptop

yozzman12345 h, 3 m ago

Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and …Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and Blu-rays when I can have them on a Hard drive and backed up on another . Stream it to any tv in the house . Or Have HD Netflix. Let’s buy a Blu-Ray for £12 and then 2 months later it’s worth 50p .



so you have a room with 1000 dvds and blu rays and backed up on 2 hard drives ?

I buy blu rays cheap, and have disc in nice box with artwork takes up no space at all I dont bother backing up as that's just a waste of money and time.

so I don't need spare room and a pc with blu ray and multiple hard drives.
Edited by: "pothead13" 6th Oct 2018
There's two big reasons people buy Blue Rays, and they are both big for people that care.

- Superior quality. Even if your internet could output bitrate fast enough to challenge BlueRay, it won't be same quality as Netlifx and other compress it anyway.
- Easily ripped onto your own PC/ home media server and kept forever. You need to pay every month to watch and movies are often deleted from streaming services. As of recent of the 250 IDMB movies of all time I think only 50 are present on Netflix.
Edited by: "alakagom" 6th Oct 2018
dodgymix7 h, 54 m ago

So digital or Blu-ray?Digital copy of deadpool 2 £13.99 on iTunesBlu-ray …So digital or Blu-ray?Digital copy of deadpool 2 £13.99 on iTunesBlu-ray £14.99 with free digital copy and £11 trade in at cexSo basically why would you pay for digital??? So digital or Blu-ray?Digital copy of deadpool 2 £13.99 on iTunesBlu-ray £14.99 with free digital copy and £11 trade in at cexSo basically why would you pay for digital???


Exactly. And you can't sell it on if its pants. The money is spent forever. However with physical you can sell it on and get something back. Same with games etc. Never understood it... Hey ho.
yozzman123406/10/2018 14:19

Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and …Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and Blu-rays when I can have them on a Hard drive and backed up on another . Stream it to any tv in the house . Or Have HD Netflix. Let’s buy a Blu-Ray for £12 and then 2 months later it’s worth 50p .


How much is a digital copy worth after 2 months. Nothing as you can't sell it on. So 50p still better than nada.
Lots of digital v physical arguments... any recommendations from this well organised list?
Lots of digital vs digital arguments, but which is better? I’m thinking maybe digital, but then again, maybe digital
yozzman123406/10/2018 14:19

Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and …Here is a scenario. Why have a spare room filled with 1000s of DVDs and Blu-rays when I can have them on a Hard drive and backed up on another . Stream it to any tv in the house . Or Have HD Netflix. Let’s buy a Blu-Ray for £12 and then 2 months later it’s worth 50p .



Please excuse me for my poor English but I really feel like I have to answer that. Because you don't even try to understand.

I like (love(can't help)) buying and collecting BRDs and DVDs because:
- I like having something I can keep, touch or just even watch from the movies I like. Sometimes these physical editions come with booklets, reversible covers, artworks, steelbooks, mediabooks, which is all the more enjoyable for movie addicts.
- I like discovering underground or forgotten gems. Some of the movies I own on DVD or Blu-Ray you will never ever see them on Netflix, which is mainly a mainstream platform for people who consider movies as an entertainment and nothing else. I'm not saying it sucks, just that if you love cinema and you are a bit curious about all genres, countries and eras then Netflix is clearly not made for you. Right now if I want to watch all the movies in my watchlist I need Blu-Rays, DVDs AND streaming.
- I like watching my movies in the best quality available, and Blu-Rays beat streaming.
- I like watching special features and despite the efforts of the streaming platforms you will never find as many special features as on physical editions, especially now that we have such careful and brilliant video publishers as Arrow, Indicator, or Eureka.

Yes, sometimes, even most of the times, they lose their value very fast. So what? I don't buy things to resell them. I buy them to ENJOY them.

And even if you don't understand try to be a bit less patronizing. It's not because you do something this way that everybody has to. People don't act irrationally, there's always a good reason why they do what they do. Unless they're drunk or high.
Not saying these are amazing films but trying to pick some out of the pack out for people

Underworld. -Rise of the Lycans I rather like the underworld series myself. Its vampires and werewolfs so dont expect an amazing plot

Rampart - Woody Harleston is the star of the film and puts in an amazing performance. He is let down by a script that sort of loses itself along the way. Certainly worth the money

Dallas Buyers Club - Matthew McConaughey is not one of my favorite actors but hats off to him in this movie. This is a movie that will take you on a journey and not an easy one at that. Must buy

Badge of Fury - Well it has jet li in it. I like jet li, okay this is not a good movie but well look it is 3 pounds okay. Only if you have to watch Jet li

Les Misérables - Okay I dont like musicals personally but if you have to watch one this is as good as it gets. A Song at this price.

Blonde Fist - This one might surpize a few people but Margi Clarke is amazing in the film certainly worth the price. I know you wont buy it but you really should.

Walking with Dinosaurs - everyone loves Dinosaurs right ?. Roar

Age of Kill - Rubbish movie but it does star Martin Kemp and a host of other british actors. No just no

Death Race 3: Inferno Stars look Luke Goss, yes your right he was .... but actually he is a pretty good actor as well. Not that his part in the film requires it. The 3rd in the series of stupid over the top car death racing action. Good cast and stupid fun.
Edited by: "Redscoped" 7th Oct 2018
Babbler06/10/2018 20:30

How much is a digital copy worth after 2 months. Nothing as you can't sell …How much is a digital copy worth after 2 months. Nothing as you can't sell it on. So 50p still better than nada.


I get my digital copy for free !!!!!
Magyalmar8 h, 51 m ago

Please excuse me for my poor English but I really feel like I have to …Please excuse me for my poor English but I really feel like I have to answer that. Because you don't even try to understand. I like (love(can't help)) buying and collecting BRDs and DVDs because:- I like having something I can keep, touch or just even watch from the movies I like. Sometimes these physical editions come with booklets, reversible covers, artworks, steelbooks, mediabooks, which is all the more enjoyable for movie addicts.- I like discovering underground or forgotten gems. Some of the movies I own on DVD or Blu-Ray you will never ever see them on Netflix, which is mainly a mainstream platform for people who consider movies as an entertainment and nothing else. I'm not saying it sucks, just that if you love cinema and you are a bit curious about all genres, countries and eras then Netflix is clearly not made for you. Right now if I want to watch all the movies in my watchlist I need Blu-Rays, DVDs AND streaming.- I like watching my movies in the best quality available, and Blu-Rays beat streaming.- I like watching special features and despite the efforts of the streaming platforms you will never find as many special features as on physical editions, especially now that we have such careful and brilliant video publishers as Arrow, Indicator, or Eureka.Yes, sometimes, even most of the times, they lose their value very fast. So what? I don't buy things to resell them. I buy them to ENJOY them. And even if you don't understand try to be a bit less patronizing. It's not because you do something this way that everybody has to. People don't act irrationally, there's always a good reason why they do what they do. Unless they're drunk or high.


Thank you for the Story .
yozzman123441 m ago

I get my digital copy for free !!!!!


And that’s all it’s worth - £0.
yozzman123442 m ago

I get my digital copy for free !!!!!


Thank you for the story.
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