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Originally written by the fantasy legend J.R.R. Tolkien and published in 1954, the Lord of the Rings has now become one of the most successful franchises in cinema history. Our special HotUKDeals Lord of the Rings pages show how to build a comprehensive Lord of the Rings collection, from Blu-rays to board games, for the lowest possible price. Read more
3 for 2 on 4K Blu-Ray Box Sets including Lord of the Rings, Hobbit, Harry Potter, Bond, Nolan etc. @ Warner Bros Shop
Posted 14th SepPosted 14th Sep
3 for 2 on 4K Blu-Ray box sets with free delivery and 10% off your first order when you sign up. For example, I added the Lord of the Rings, Hobbit and Nolan box sets to my basket… Read more

How much was the Reavon UHD player?


HMV have a 20% off voucher on Ebay for boxsets, including the Matrix t\rilogy (which I think I might have just got the last one). link here So if you're only wanting ONE boxset, maybe check that out. (not saying this is the cheapest place though...)


I love the films I have on 4K blu ray but the prices can get a bit silly for what is just a different print on a denser disk :( That said, I’m tempted to grab the hobbit abs lotr + another - recently been watching the Nolan Batman’s on 4K discs and it has been great


Advocating piracy! I would never, encourage anyone to do that. Actually, I do regularly. But what I choose to do is up to me. It's the disc version in looking for. If I was interesting in streaming it, I would just download it. That was my point


Watching films in the best possible way, with the best sound and PQ, is lamentably lost on the Netflix generation that are happy to watch via a mobile phone. I recently replaced my UB820 with a Reavon UHD player and it's amazing what it does with upscaling my blu-ray collection. Vive la hard copy.

Lord of The Rings 4K Ultra HD £59.99 with code @ HMV
Posted 6th SepPosted 6th Sep
Currently best price for UK copy of these films. Works out around £20 per film which for new media is a reasonable price. Use code HMV20 to achieve price of £59.99 HMV offer 2nd… Read more

What does 'inferior quality' actually mean? With Itunes you'd be hard pressed to notice the PQ difference and even if you could its not worth spending £120 on these films - they didnt so as well with the re-masters s they could have. The lossless audio is better on disc if you have a surround system but again its not worth this kind of money And apart from being wrong (another disc buyers Myth) its ironic to mention extras as you dont get them on this set but you do with the Itunes version - assuming anyone actually has the time to watch the extended films yet again and then the extras


There are many of us who prefer disc versions. Often with streamed content the quality ids inferior and you dont get extras.


I don't think it's about ownership, I think it's about the physicality of owning the media, and all that comes with it. Years back, I used to regularly crash at my mates house after going out for some beers, and it became a bit of a ritual to listen to music when we got back. He'd always be buying new and different albums and has a fairly eclectic taste, so some of it was really weird off the wall stuff, some of it was fantastic, but we'd critique it, discuss it and so on. One key element of it though was taking out the cover art and notes and reading them, discussing them and bands that had put effort into their covers got a better opinion from us. Enjoyment of anything that stimulates our senses always gets improved by other stimulus. Take eating a meal, when it's well presented it tastes better, I mean that literally because that's how our brains work. It's why we like tea in a mug, or a beer in a pint glass, we'd still get enjoyment if we switched it around, but not as much. Music is the same. Going into the shop, looking through the albums, reading the cover, taking it home putting on the record player, or into the CD player, then listening to it while you open the cover art and read the notes inside...all of that makes it more enjoyable but so many don't experience that now. Here's the thing, I say all this and I know I'm being a bit hypocritical, I've not bought an album in years but the other night I went around my mates house for the first time in a while, and he put some cassette tapes on (his CD player is not working), and that experience came flooding back. I realized I'd missed it, and while the sound quality wasn't as good of course, and to skip a track you had to fast forward and guess where to stop, it was all good. I plan on buying an album this weekend, I don't know which yet, exciting, but if you've never done it I recommend doing the same!


ordered (y)


Link to new copy of the extended cut Blu-rays for £6 please? (lol)

Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle Earth Board Game £62.70 @ Amazon
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Posted 20th AugPosted 20th Aug
Very decent price for a great app driven game! Embark on your own adventures across J.R.R. Tolkien’s iconic world of Middle-earth as you and your friends become bold heroes workin… Read more

Yeah and although the small villains pack wasn't essential. Having a mini for the bosses really helps. There's expansion 2 coming as well soon


I still think the expansion is worth it, it adds 3 bosses to the game. 2 are upgraded versions of figures in the base game but beefed up to make them have end boss presence. Maybe if you don’t paint them they look too similar but these were my favourite three characters to paint.


My 8-9 year old managed fine. There's a lot of reading though. My 6 year old got the mechanics but not the strategy.


very fiddly, lots of tokens, card piles and the heath and fear meters to track. It wouldn't be so bad if the gameplay was interesting but it just boils down to tests. Movement is pretty much the same with very little meaningful choice. They also later released a pack that had 3 miniatures that you have to pay extra for, 2 of the 3 minis are from this base game which I find a con.


Looking at the weight rating on BGG I'd realistically guess 14 is the youngest you'd get playing this. Maybe a particularly attentive 12 year old at a push.

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The Lord of the Rings: Adventure Card Game Nintendo Switch £8.99 at Nintendo eShop
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Posted 31st JulPosted 31st Jul
Build a deck of iconic Heroes and challenge the forces of Sauron in this thrilling tactical card game. Go forth and explore famous locations, complete story-driven quests, and forg… Read more

This is also on ps4/Xbox


Fair rnough, excuse my ignoracne.


This is a fully fledged card game. Absolutely worth £8.99


The amount of silly mobile phone style games on this system.

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy - Limited Edition 4K Ultra HD Steelbook Collection £87.99 using code (Red Carpet Members only) @ Zavvi
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Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
Grab this great deal using your RED CARPET membership + the code REDDIT to get this for £87.99 (12% off) inc free delivery (note you must be logged in to Zavvi account and a Red C… Read more

Nice one. I believe the £15 discount has now gone


I think they were due to them being digital. I didn’t see them either though, just heard a lot of mixed reviews.


Ahh you might be right there….


Thanks for the heads up. Ordered and paid £69-61. Had the Zavvi set in my basket as well. (y)


Weren’t the HFR movies only for the Hobbit?