Play.com Canadian DVDs!!!!

guyb

Active Member
I just got my Pulp Fiction CE r1 DVD from Play and I am pretty ****ed of because it is the Canadian r1 DVD and has French writing all over the cover and the spine! I have also ordered R1 SE - 10th Anniversary Edition from Play, I hope that one doesn’t have French writing all over it (does anyone know).

I have also ordered some r1 DVDs from www.dvdconcept.com. Has anyone bought DVDs from them before, does anyone know whether they sell US r1 or Canadian r1 DVDs.

And does anyone know any UK sites sell US r1 DVDs.

Thanks
 

pete18

Active Member
have not used them but www.movietyme.com

but you find that you will pay alot more for usa version, the only diference is the cover, you don't spend time lookingat the cover, but i must say that i was p***ed when it I first started to get them a couple months back

from pete18

i found this on the web,

PLEASE READ IF U R BUYING ANY CANADIAN SITE!!!!

As of March 1st 2002, to comply with Canadian law, studios must release some of their DVDs with a French cover.
To comply, they have released different products than those available in the United States.
As it stands, the types of covers that are available from major studios are:
Method 1: 2 distinct products, one with an English cover and one with a French cover. In this case, we mark the french cover version with a (v.f) suffix. All other methods have no (v.f) suffix as there is only one product.
Method 2: 1 product with a reversible bilingual cover (one side predominently French and one side predominently English, but both sides bilingual)
Method 3: 1 product with a non reversible bilingual cover (predominently English but bilingual)
Method 4: 1 product with a reversible cover (one side completely French and one side completely English expect for a small tag stating that the reverse cover is in French)
The major studios have adopted the following methods as of March 1st 2002:

Columbia, Warner, Seville, Fox and Disney use method 1
Universal use method 2 (back to the future)
Paramount use method 3
Fox use option 4
 
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wurzel

Guest
Originally posted by pete18
As of March 1st 2002, to comply with Canadian law, studios must release some of their DVDs with a French cover.

It says "Some" covers but they obviously deliberately pick the ones I buy.

I have just received Blade 2 and not only has it got French writing on the cover but also on the little booklet inside.

Will this takeover of the DVD world by the French never end.
 
Originally posted by pete18
is blade the front or just the back

My copy is actually called Le Blad Deux and has Wesley Snipes dressed in a striped jersey and black beret, riding a bicycle with a string of onions around his neck.:rolleyes:
 

kevb

Active Member
On the back there is a picture of the blood pack, you can clearly see them recoiling from a clove of garlic.
 

groundy

Standard Member
Originally posted by guyb
I just got my Pulp Fiction CE r1 DVD from Play and I am pretty ****ed of because it is the Canadian r1 DVD and has French writing all over the cover and the spine!

Arrête moaning et vie avec cela. C'est le film que vous regardez, pas la couverture ;).
 
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Squirrel God

Guest
My Canadian R1 of Monsters Inc. has the French soundtrack as the default :eek:
 
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mr chadwick

Guest
mcmullan brush,you just made me spit me fosters all over my monitor with that french blade stuff.top draw my friend.:D :D
 

thestorm

Active Member
Originally posted by mcmullanbrush


My copy is actually called Le Blad Deux and has Wesley Snipes dressed in a striped jersey and black beret, riding a bicycle with a string of onions around his neck.:rolleyes:


ROFL :`D
 

Apocalypse

Standard Member
My Blade II copy is from play.com but the only French writing is 1/4 of the back cover, I can live with that I think :)
 

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