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Old 08-20-2011, 11:52 PM   #1
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Sweden Swedish sites that ship to the U.S.?

I really NEED the Swedish version of Let Me In. I love the art work.
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I really NEED the Swedish version of Let Me In. I love the art work.
Megastore appears to be shipping to the US (you can specify USA as country when registering).

Direct link to "Låt Den Rätte Komma In":

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2088982

Good luck!
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:41 AM   #3
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Megastore appears to be shipping to the US (you can specify USA as country when registering).

Direct link to "Låt Den Rätte Komma In":

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2088982

Good luck!
Thank you very much but that is for Let The Right One In. *Edit* I found it on the site but it looks like its region B...Drats!

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Old 08-21-2011, 12:47 AM   #4
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Thank you very much but that is for Let The Right One In.
Sorry, I misunderstood.

I thought you wanted the Swedish version of the film shipped from Sweden.

Anyway, the remake is here (and a bit cheaper than the Swedish ):

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2278033
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Sorry, I misunderstood.

I thought you wanted the Swedish version of the film shipped from Sweden.

Anyway, the remake is here (and a bit cheaper than the Swedish ):

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2278033
Sorry for the confusion. It looks like it's region B so I won't be able to get it. I do appreciate your help, thank you!
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:55 AM   #6
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I saw your edit, so I tried to find the Region information on other Swedish sites that sell this but don't ship outside of Sweden/Europe.

I found this back-cover in a site called Discshop.se:

http://s2.discshop.se/img/back_large...in_blu_ray.jpg

The "interesting" thing is that the front looks different from what Megastore has

http://s2.discshop.se/img/front_larg...in_blu_ray.jpg

Unfortunately it doesn't give any information in regards to Region coding
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Old 08-21-2011, 01:25 AM   #7
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I saw your edit, so I tried to find the Region information on other Swedish sites that sell this but don't ship outside of Sweden/Europe.

I found this back-cover in a site called Discshop.se:

http://s2.discshop.se/img/back_large...in_blu_ray.jpg

The "interesting" thing is that the front looks different from what Megastore has

http://s2.discshop.se/img/front_larg...in_blu_ray.jpg

Unfortunately it doesn't give any information in regards to Region coding
Man you're awesome! I love that art work. Do you know of any poster shops that would carry that movie poster?
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Old 08-21-2011, 07:28 AM   #8
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Sorry, I misunderstood.

I thought you wanted the Swedish version of the film shipped from Sweden.

Anyway, the remake is here (and a bit cheaper than the Swedish ):

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2278033
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Sorry for the confusion. It looks like it's region B so I won't be able to get it. I do appreciate your help, thank you!
I believe there is some confusion here.

I believe Underworld54 was looking for the Swedish Blu-ray release of Let Me In, but BHolst provided the link to the UK Blu-ray of Let Me In, that's why the cover art is different and contains a UK '15' certificate logo.

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I saw your edit, so I tried to find the Region information on other Swedish sites that sell this but don't ship outside of Sweden/Europe.

I found this back-cover in a site called Discshop.se:

http://s2.discshop.se/img/back_large...in_blu_ray.jpg

The "interesting" thing is that the front looks different from what Megastore has

http://s2.discshop.se/img/front_larg...in_blu_ray.jpg

Unfortunately it doesn't give any information in regards to Region coding
These images from Discshop.se are of the Swedish Blu-ray of Let Me In that I believe Underworld54 is talking about. Unfortunately, Discshop.se does not ship to the USA at present.

English Megastore is indeed selling the Swedish Blu-ray of Let Me In at the following link (they have simply not uploaded the cover art):

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2299031

Underworld54 could order the Swedish Blu-ray of Let Me In with little hesitation and Megastore will gather stock and source a copy--don't worry that it says "Not in Stock" right now. As you can tell from the back cover art on the Swedish release, it is a Warner Bros. release and is highly likely to be Region ABC (region-free).
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I believe there is some confusion here.

I believe Underworld54 was looking for the Swedish Blu-ray release of Let Me In, but BHolst provided the link to the UK Blu-ray of Let Me In, that's why the cover art is different and contains a UK '15' certificate logo.



These images from Discshop.se are of the Swedish Blu-ray of Let Me In that I believe Underworld54 is talking about. Unfortunately, Discshop.se does not ship to the USA at present.

English Megastore is indeed selling the Swedish Blu-ray of Let Me In at the following link (they have simply not uploaded the cover art):

http://english.megastore.se/template...itemid=2299031

Underworld54 could order the Swedish Blu-ray of Let Me In with little hesitation and Megastore will gather stock and source a copy--don't worry that it says "Not in Stock" right now. As you can tell from the back cover art on the Swedish release, it is a Warner Bros. release and is highly likely to be Region ABC (region-free).
Yeah I guess I was a little vague in what I was looking for. I appreciate you chiming in. So you think it will be region free? Eventhough it is from Warners Swedish division?
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Yeah I guess I was a little vague in what I was looking for. I appreciate you chiming in. So you think it will be region free? Eventhough it is from Warners Swedish division?
I can't say for sure. I do have at least one release that is from WB where they have local distribution rights for Germany (Killer Bean Forever) and that's definitely Region B LOCKED. 90-95% of Warner's Blu-ray output has been region-free; In this case it would appear that Warner is simply distributing the disc for EFTI. The best bet would be to hope someone from Sweden owns the disc and can confirm.

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I believe there is some confusion here.
Well, you can say that again...

That will teach me to do anything that requires too much thinking AFTER midnight

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Do you know of any poster shops that would carry that movie poster?
I'm not really into movie posters as such (all my walls appears to be covered with Bookshelves and shelves for CDs, DVDs and BluRays anyway...) but I did manage to find this site:

http://www.impawards.com/2010/let_me_in_ver9.html

They have a bunch of links under "WANT TO BUY THE POSTER? Try these links:" but none of them have this one from what I could see at a glance.
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Well, you can say that again...

That will teach me to do anything that requires too much thinking AFTER midnight



I'm not really into movie posters as such (all my walls appears to be covered with Bookshelves and shelves for CDs, DVDs and BluRays anyway...) but I did manage to find this site:

http://www.impawards.com/2010/let_me_in_ver9.html

They have a bunch of links under "WANT TO BUY THE POSTER? Try these links:" but none of them have this one from what I could see at a glance.
You've been a tremendous help...thank you.
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Hello.
I'm searching too for a swedish BLuray shop that ships internationally.
I live in Greece.
Does anyone know any?
I'm looking specifically for the Swedish Bluray of E.T. (It's the ONLY BLuray edition in the world along with the Icelandic one -according to bluray.com- that has 7.1 + 2.0 original audio track + Greek subtitles)
it's not in that megastore site, and as I see in the cdon.com site, i think they don't ship internationally.

edit: i just found this. Is this shop reliable?
http://www.dvd-shoppen.com/science-f...582905304.html
(although it costs a lot for shipping. The final price is almost 50 euros!!)

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I don't know any Swedish, but all Nordic countries have the same disc (this is the case in 90% of the time). So, you may try Denmark, Norway and Finland as well. I put the disc in and I can see some Baltic subtitles as well. True, English 7.1 and Original English Audio are both there along with Greek subtitles. Also, Greek dubbing exists - as do all Nordic dubs (weird thing to dub this film). You can take my word for this.

These Finnish guys ship worldwide: http://www.recordshopx.com/movie/et_...ibook/#blu-ray

Hope that helps.
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Oh, thank you very much!
The price seems reasonable enough (along with the shipping)
By the way, that digibook you posted, the book is in Finnish, right?
And if it's not asking too much and you know how, could you please check Tepi what is the bitrate of the video?
In the US edition is 29877 kbps , but I know if many languages are stuffed in a Bluray, maybe the video bitrate lowers so as to make room for the languages.
(The US version has 4 languages while the Finnish one 8!)


and by the way, does anyone know if that indiana Jones edition i see there (probably it's a finnish one), has Greek subtitles?
I can't find any info on the finnish edition in this site.

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I checked the Indiana Jones box on my shelf and it does not contain Greek, unfortunately. The E.T. book is in English, they never start translating them to our languages. You'll get a removable carton cover (mostly back leaf) with it, and that is also in English. Naturally, I removed it.

Sorry, I can't help with the bitrate. Don't know how. But it is one of my jewels, for sure. According to back leaf (didn't check from disc) digital copy only has FIN, SWE, DAN and NOR audio if you wanted to know. I don't care for digital copies.

Anyway, Nordic E.T. has ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ and that is what you wanted to know. Watching Empire of the Sun now. This is such a Spielberg year.

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ok, thank you very much again.
I don't care for the digital copy either..

Wow, the digibook in English!
now I don't know what to purchase: the digibook or the plain bluray case. hehe
Anyway

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Note that if you go for the plain Nordic BD, the back cover DOES have short descriptions in four Nordic languages. As in here: http://s3.discshop.fi/img/back_large...gital_copy.jpg

Digibook has nothing but the forest/sky/Universal logo (you knew this) on the back. Leaf looks like this: http://s3.discshop.fi/img/back_large...on_blu_ray.jpg

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Yes, thanks. I knew already about the back cover in the plain BD but didn't mind.
I didn't know though about the digibook..

the fact is, i don't care much for the book itself. It's mostly that I like it better as a case for the disc. I find it more elegant than the plastic case.
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Ok, bought the digibook! Can't wait! :-)
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