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    Blu Ray DVDs

    Does anyone know of a good site to buy Blu Ray DVDs and find out what titles are going to be released when?

    I'm trying to decide if I should buy certain titles now or wait until they are released on blu ray but I have no idea if that's going to be in 6 weeks, 6 months or 6 years!

    I normally buy all my DVDs from either ezydvd or JB online although neither site seem to give me the answers I need.

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    If you can play Region A go to amazon or dvd pacific.

    Locally dvdcrave or ezydvd.


    Good site for US releases: http://bluray.highdefdigest.com/

    and another good site to see what is region free:

    http://www.dtvforum.info/index.php?showtopic=50447

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    Thanks! I'm particularly after Terminator trilogy and Lord of the Rings trilogy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsargrad View Post
    If you can play Region A...
    No idea! I have a PS3 - not modded. I am assuming this would only play Region B.

    EDIT: Just found a list of region free blu ray dvds on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_nr_p_...in%3A405392011
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    Yeah if its the Australian PS3, definitely a Region B.

    Now take it back to the shop and buy a Japanese PS3. Plays region A - which is a must for all film addicts

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    Quote Originally Posted by siliegrrl View Post
    Lord of the Rings trilogy.
    Wouldn't we all !
    Won't be available on Blu for a couple of years .... probably around the same time that "The Hobbit" hits the cinemas

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    EzyDVD have a Blu Ray special on at the moment, buy 3 and get the cheapest one free! I just got 2 new releases and Full Metal Jacket for $80 and free shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsargrad View Post
    Yeah if its the Australian PS3, definitely a Region B.

    Now take it back to the shop and buy a Japanese PS3. Plays region A - which is a must for all film addicts
    Awww WTF? They have regions in those too? If they MUST, why not at least retain consistency with the idiotic DVD Regions, i.e Australia Region 4, not B
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    Quote Originally Posted by BiggyRat View Post
    Awww WTF? They have regions in those too? If they MUST, why not at least retain consistency with the idiotic DVD Regions, i.e Australia Region 4, not B
    The regioning is better. For instance. Region A is Japan and US. Rather than Region 2 and 1. Since JP and US is same region, I bought a Japanese PS3, about $200 cheaper than local, and it gets me US titles.

    Region B is Europe and Australia. So once again Region 4 and 2. Combines them better.

    Ideally region codes would p*ss off back to France.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tsargrad View Post
    The regioning is better. For instance. Region A is Japan and US. Rather than Region 2 and 1. Since JP and US is same region, I bought a Japanese PS3, about $200 cheaper than local, and it gets me US titles.

    Region B is Europe and Australia. So once again Region 4 and 2. Combines them better.

    Ideally region codes would p*ss of back to France.
    Oh, OK. Then I wish they'd change the DVD regions to the PS regions . Thanks dude. As for:

    Quote Originally Posted by Tsargrad View Post
    Ideally region codes would p*ss of(f) :P back to France.
    Seconded
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