X-files: Complete Collectors Edition: 60dvd: Box Set £56.99 delivered @ HMV
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X-files: Complete Collectors Edition: 60dvd: Box Set £56.99 delivered @ HMV

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Found 11th Dec 2009Made hot 11th Dec 2009
Now you can own every episode from all 9 seasons of The X-Files in this bumper DVD box set. The multi-award award-winning show is available in its entirety for the first time in this exclusive Collector's Edition.
Don't miss the opportunity to see how the phenomenon all began back in 1993 and how it came to a close 9 years later.

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60 DVDs?

Surely a candidate for a Blu-ray disc release by now.

Good price though. "Heat" added.

BFN,

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fanpages;7185368

Surely a candidate for a Blu-ray disc release by now.



If we're really lucky they'll release it season by season at £40+ a pop :whistling:

Tempted.... i've been waiting for this to get down to 50 quid before i buy it. With Quidco it works out a tad over £54.
But now i'm wondering whether to wait for a Bluray set.
Hot.

This one comes with all the movies too?

Comes with the first 1998 movie, but not the 'I Want To Believe' 2008 movie.

Decided to get this set, i've put it off long enough.

Biker Jeff;7187364

Comes with the first 1998 movie, but not the 'I Want To Believe' 2008 … Comes with the first 1998 movie, but not the 'I Want To Believe' 2008 movie.Decided to get this set, i've put it off long enough.



Nuts, i've got the first one already, could sell it though.

Me too, 51.29 with my student discount
i want to believe...
better set aside a few weekends, to watch these, i grew up with these shows.

ooh i love scully, my favourite one is the episode with victor eugene tombs, he is well creepy, the man who stretches and gets in through letter boxes and things, he eats human liver, the best ever episode.

fanpages;7185368

Surely a candidate for a Blu-ray disc release by now.



To be honest I can't see this ever happening. My understanding is that the first five seasons, although shot on film, were actually edited onto video. This means there is no point what-so-ever in releasing them on BD, as there would most likely be no increase in PQ over standard def DVD.

I can't think of a single tv show, shot on, or edited to, video tape, that has been released on BD. There simply wouldn't be any point.

thearrowmaker;7194407

I can't think of a single tv show, shot on, or edited to, video tape, … I can't think of a single tv show, shot on, or edited to, video tape, that has been released on BD. There simply wouldn't be any point.



How about the original "Star Trek" TV Series?

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BFN,

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Good deal....................Sir

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How about the original "Star Trek" TV Series?



Ok then maybe just shot on video. Shows like Star Trek TOS, and The Prisoner were shot on film, so a release on BD is justified. However if a show is actually shot on video, say Blackadder II, then releasing it on BD would seem pointless because the resolution simply isn't there.
In the case of the X-Files, I can only image a HD transfer being possible if the original film elements are still intact, in their unedited form. It would be nice, but I just can't see it happening. Hopefully I'm wrong.

up to £70 now
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