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Shaun of The Dead/Hot Fuzz/The World's End: 4K Blu-Ray Collection $31.20 + Postage ($0 with Prime/ $59 Spend) @ Amazon UK via AU


Lowest price according to the three camels. Who fancies a Cornetto?

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This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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      You got red on you.

  • Any zombies out there?

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      Don't say that!

  • -2

    Should really include Paul, even if it's a different director.

    • +21

      Yeah but nah, it's not part of the Cornetto Trilogy.

  • +2

    This deal is a slice of fried gold.

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    1000X rewatch value movies. Direction/editing/performance everything is top notch. Thanks for the deal.

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    Certified Hood Classics.

    • +1

      Damn son, where'd you find this?

  • +1

    Thanks. will add to my 4K collection

  • +1

    This set can be a tricky one to get. Good get at this price.

  • Now to cross reference Whirpool users

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    Cant wait til my kids are old enough for this

  • Out of interest, does Amazon Australia still stock and sell 4k Blu-rays?

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      Hmmm, excellent question. They have very limited stock left and don't seem to be getting new releases.

      • Thanks, I have been seeing this for a while now, but nothing official. I guess they want us to buy digital from their streaming service. Getting plenty of Amazon Prime emails wanting me to buy or rent from their service.

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      Not that I can see.

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      Won’t be surprised when JB follow them next year :(

    • Haven't seen any new models in some time, but you can still get them. They're just not cheap for a decent one.

      Panasonic DP-UB820GNK $537.99

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        Decent price for that one, but not what he was asking for :p

      • I was lucky and picked up the Pana 820 earlier in the year from Appliances Online for $466. Their pricing was all over the place and grabbed it when it suddenly dropped.

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    Thanks OP good find for the ol collection.

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    Thanks for spotting then posting this one, I'm not made of eyes and might have missed it ;)

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    The greater good

  • I've only seen Hot Fuzz out of these three…

    Shame, really

    • Spaced is where it all started….it spawned many of the classic zany UK comedy sit-coms/ sketch shows like Green Wing, Smack the Pony, Father Ted, The IT Crowd, The Mighty Boosh, etc

      • I love Spaced, but you're just so wrong there.
        For a start, Father Ted was released 4 years before Spaced. I could keep going but am busy

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          Apologies, I meant Spaced was were it started for Simon Pegg and Co; and yes I got that wrong, the Irish written Father Ted preceded Spaced, my memory let me down as I believed it was later than Spaced as FT still seems so fresh and funny although it's nearly 30 years ago….where's the flippin time gone?

    • +3

      Hot Fuzz is cinematic genius

      Shaun of the Dead is very good

      The World's End is solid

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