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Breaking Bad - Seasons 1-3 (11 DDVD £2.40 delivered @ Rarewaves
Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
The complete series 1-3 of the blackly comic drama starring Bryan Cranston as a high school chemistry teacher who discovers that he is dying from inoperable lung cancer and decides… Read more

Thats a great offer. I wonder if the blu-rays look considerably better? I only recently got into breaking bad after a friend lent me a DVD box set, but enjoyed so much I really want to buy a set for myself lol.


The complete series on dvd, 62 episodes, new and delivered, £8.00


DVDs !!

Breaking Bad - Season 1 (Blu-ray + UV Copy) [Region Free] £1.90 delivered + £2.99 p&p non prime @ Amazon
Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Description Emmy® Award winner Bryan Cranston (2008, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series) stars as Walter White, a down-on-his-luck chemistry teacher struggling to make ends m… Read more

Amazing price. Thank you


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I made the mistake selling the Google codes with the blu ray box set I got for £12 out of HMV couple years ago seemed like a good idea at the time. Rediculus how much apple and iTunes want for the complete series.


You could watch breaking bad on amazon prime, but at an additional cost, to your prime membership cost. So Netflix is still makes more sense from a cash flow perspective, but depends how quick you'd watch all of the series, to get your monies worth!


To expensive to watch in best quality UHD £13.99 a month and not much else new worth watching on there subscribed last month after 6 month break and found I was rewatching breaking bad for about the 5th time as nothing else interest me. Amazon prime much better Value with so many decent films

Breaking Bad - Season 1 (Blu-ray + UV Copy) [Region Free] £1.90 Prime (£2.99 p&p non prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 29th JunPosted 29th Jun
Description Emmy® Award winner Bryan Cranston (2008, Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series) stars as Walter White, a down-on-his-luck chemistry teacher struggling to make ends m… Read more

Bit pointless buying the 1 season if you ask me


One of if not the best series ever.


The greatest TV drama I have seen to date! I didn't want Breaking Bad to end, every season was edge of the seat stuff.


Breaking Bad was in 2008? :| Cheap for one of the best shows.

Breaking Bad - The Complete Series [Blu-ray] £28 Amazon Prime Exclusive
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
The incredible saga of high-school-chemistry-teacher-turned-meth-kingpin Walter White is here in its entirety: all 62 uncut, uncensored episodes! Emmy winner Bryan Cranston portray… Read more

Most things are.


Better than GOT



Great series with some outstanding performances, watching on Netflix at the moment.

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Breaking Bad - Seasons 1-3 (11 Dvd) [Edizione: Regno Unito] - (Uk Edition) - Anna Gunn, Aaron Paul DVD £2.40 @ Rarewaves
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Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Title: Breaking Bad - Seasons 1-3 (11 Dvd) [Edizione: Regno Unito] - (Uk Edition) Catalogue Number: 5050350647825 Barcode: 5050350647825 Format: DVD Condition: New Number Of Discs:… Read more

Tape is very niche and just novelty now days,it offers zero advantage over anything else and was always inferior even to CD.. Vinyl on the other hand, has superior quality compared to CD and other digital formats (with the right equipment) and it’s perfect for collectors too..they’re not in the same league


Grain is okay but negative film can output much higher resolutions even 20k..its only limited by technology of the time so in near future we’ll see 8k and higher versions of older stuff that were recorded on film,but can’t do the same to digital recorded material so house of cards is already maxed out at 4k and will remain so..


tapes and vinyl have made a massive come back over the last 5 or more years a lot of bands have found that a niche market still want retro formats because they are cool (confused) again


yeah not all of use streaming especially if i want optimal quality and no buffering, I just use my 4k player to play 4k, Blu-ray and DVD disks


It's called a "documentary" in that screenshot (shock)