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Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD discs' started by clone, Dec 7, 2000.

  1. clone

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    You could try www.dvdplanet.com.au

    Their prices are cheaper than ezydvd .They even deduct tax for international orders.
     
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    Go with Tee's advice. EZYDVD are fantastic, they shipped my Abyss SE on day of release and it arrived 4 days later in the UK. Damn good service and cheap too. [​IMG]




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    Cheers for the advice guys!

    I'll head that way shortly. Now I need a website that does R1/2/4 comparisons. I know there is one, can someone point me in the right direction?

    Thanks again,

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    Well I just ordered from Austrailia for the first time and I used www.ezydvd.com.au

    I ordered Eraser because I fancied some uncut Big Arn action and it arrived in about 4 working days, plus it cost only £9.80!! Now that is what I call service. [​IMG]

    BTW I think they've got a few really good deals on at the moment.

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  8. Dave H

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    Dear Tee
    I looked up Eraser on ev-dvd and with postage at 5.50 dollers it came to 10.59 has the exchange rate changed or something or did you get free postage?
    cheers.

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    The region 4 sites are generally the cheapest place to buy DVDs at the moment.
    I just looked at Gladiator at dvdplanet and including shipping it worked out at £14.20.It seems that they arrive quicker from Australia than USA as well.
    Pitch Black is about £12.50 delivered.
     
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    Well I dunno mate, my postage was $5.50 and the total cost worked out at $25.90? I used the currency converter and it came to something like £9.80..... I think [​IMG]

    Either way that is CHEAP.



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    Why are you interested in region4 discs?
    Just interseted thats all.
    are they cheaper,uncut released earlier please enlighten me.

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    Coz some discs are better apparently.

    According to Rewind, The Matrix and Pulp Fiction are 2 examples.

    R4 Matrix has R1 extras, plus the best picture and proper keep case instead of those cr*ppy Warner ones. It is also uncut.

    R4 Pulp Fiction has anamorphic picture, biographies and extra footage.

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    Beats me why they can't be consistent with discs.

    I know that, occasionally, some extras have to be cut for all sorts of reasons, but if, for example, a disc is anamorphic in one version then why not across the board?!?

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