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Old 02-09-2018, 04:27 PM   #781
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I'm still having hassle with them not adding points. I'm getting a bit sick of it now.

I got the bonus points for x2 BDs I bought instore. But not the regular points. I got the points (and bonus points) for the Blade Runner 2049 steelbook and only got the regular points for the LE artcard edition.
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Old 02-10-2018, 10:52 AM   #782
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The relocated Metrocentre store is a disappointment to say the least. The blu-ray sections are considerably smaller and the aisles are about half as wide as they were. For example, if you were using a wheelchair you'd be hard pushed to turn around without knocking stuff over. Discs on the bottom shelves, good luck with the physio you'll need after you get up.

Newcastle store could well be my new source of blu's. Maybe that's why they were giving away 5 off 25 vouchers before the move.

I appreciate the rental cost saving must be huge, but the new place sucks.
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Old 02-10-2018, 12:44 PM   #783
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The relocated Metrocentre store is a disappointment to say the least. The blu-ray sections are considerably smaller and the aisles are about half as wide as they were. For example, if you were using a wheelchair you'd be hard pushed to turn around without knocking stuff over. Discs on the bottom shelves, good luck with the physio you'll need after you get up.

Newcastle store could well be my new source of blu's. Maybe that's why they were giving away 5 off 25 vouchers before the move.

I appreciate the rental cost saving must be huge, but the new place sucks.
Sounds exactly like the newly relocated Liverpool store as well, I hate going in there now!
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Old 02-10-2018, 02:30 PM   #784
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The relocated Metrocentre store is a disappointment to say the least. The blu-ray sections are considerably smaller and the aisles are about half as wide as they were. For example, if you were using a wheelchair you'd be hard pushed to turn around without knocking stuff over. Discs on the bottom shelves, good luck with the physio you'll need after you get up.

Newcastle store could well be my new source of blu's. Maybe that's why they were giving away 5 off 25 vouchers before the move.

I appreciate the rental cost saving must be huge, but the new place sucks.
Is it two levels? I've been putting off going as I really liked the old one. Curious what Steve has to say about it

Mrs likes going in the Waterstones cafe next door. It isn't bad but the coffee is rank!
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Old 02-10-2018, 02:56 PM   #785
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Is it two levels? I've been putting off going as I really liked the old one. Curious what Steve has to say about it

Mrs likes going in the Waterstones cafe next door. It isn't bad but the coffee is rank!
Downstairs only in the platinum mall. They could not physicaly squeeze all their old stock on 1 level as you will know. They give it a damn good try though and that is why it feels so cramped. I honestly think the Poundland store is bigger.
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Old 02-10-2018, 03:25 PM   #786
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Downstairs only in the platinum mall. They could not physicaly squeeze all their old stock on 1 level as you will know. They give it a damn good try though and that is why it feels so cramped. I honestly think the Poundland store is bigger.
That is a shame. The old location was excellent and they had been there for years. Bit out of the way though. Anything I'm after I may as well go into the Toon... but I don't like that new store either
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Old 02-10-2018, 04:37 PM   #787
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Mrs likes going in the Waterstones cafe next door. It isn't bad but the coffee is rank!
Couldn't agree more!
Now go home and get your f***in' shine box!
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Old 02-10-2018, 05:10 PM   #788
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Who does the coffee in that Waterstones there then ?

Films I would like to see on Blu Ray (In no particular order) : The Phantom Lady (1944) Local Hero (1983) The 7 Faces of Dr Lao (1964) Martin (1977) Straight To Hell (1980) Escape From Sobibor (1987) The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) The Amazing Mr. Blunden (1972)
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Why can't HMV ship to Australia? I recently noticed the Batman: The Complete Animated Series DVD (never knew it got released) and it only ships within the UK. I go onto Amazon UK and only third-party sellers stock it, some which don't ship out here.
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Old 02-11-2018, 12:23 AM   #790
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Why can't HMV ship to Australia? I recently noticed the Batman: The Complete Animated Series DVD (never knew it got released) and it only ships within the UK. I go onto Amazon UK and only third-party sellers stock it, some which don't ship out here.
I'd probably wait as they're releasing it on bluray later in the year.
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Old 02-11-2018, 09:42 AM   #791
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I'd probably wait as they're releasing it on bluray later in the year.
This is fantastic news, that had completely passed me by. Cheers.
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Old 02-11-2018, 03:00 PM   #792
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anyone know how HMV's 'premium collection' discs are? unsure how / who actually masters them, or if they're just priced high and nicely-packaged with mediocre ports on them? few coming up of interest - badlands, mccabe and mrs miller for example.
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anyone know how HMV's 'premium collection' discs are? unsure how / who actually masters them, or if they're just priced high and nicely-packaged with mediocre ports on them? few coming up of interest - badlands, mccabe and mrs miller for example.
There is a whole thread dedicated to them on this very forum.

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Old 02-11-2018, 03:32 PM   #794
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anyone know how HMV's 'premium collection' discs are? unsure how / who actually masters them, or if they're just priced high and nicely-packaged with mediocre ports on them? few coming up of interest - badlands, mccabe and mrs miller for example.
Majority of the Warners ones are just ports of the old US discs, tarted up with packaging, cards and dvd copy, with the exception of Performance.
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Old 02-11-2018, 11:43 PM   #795
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I'd probably wait as they're releasing it on bluray later in the year.
I'm thinking of waiting. For me, season 4 is the best.
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Old 02-12-2018, 10:36 AM   #796
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No Seijun Suzuki Box Set in HMV today and no Criterion sale.
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No Seijun Suzuki Box Set in HMV today and no Criterion sale.
The sale is up online, so I imagine the staff just haven't managed to sticker stock yet.
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Was told by the manager of my local store that the Criterion sale will be in stores from wednesday. They won't have a special section but all Criterions except the most recent releases will be re-stickered 2 for 25
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Old 02-12-2018, 05:10 PM   #799
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Yep, just tried to get Criterion Stalker in HMV Birmingham and was told very insistently it wasn't in the 2 for 25 offer.
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Saw this on the HMV site just now (9.99 - 14th May '18: bargain bins by winter, probably):

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I've only seen the first one: I guess it's the law of diminishing returns though?

https://store.hmv.com/film-tv/blu-ra...ld-day-in-hell
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