Advert

DVD Bargains Page 11

Avatar

Bad dog

  • Thursday 16th October 2008, 7:14pm
  • England
  • 1,235 posts

It makes box sets quite attractively priced, hopefully there won't be any snags or small print!

Avatar

Mick Green

  • Thursday 16th October 2008, 11:26pm
  • England
  • 315 posts
Quote: Aaron @ October 16 2008, 3:04 PM BST

:O

Over £100? HELLLLOOOOOOOO. :D

(Not for DVDs, but for other stuff.)

Ditto. That's fantastic news.

Avatar

mixmasterfestus

  • Wednesday 22nd October 2008, 12:52pm
  • Southampton, England
  • 124 posts

Best site to keep an eye on is hotukdeals.com it's a site where people post deals and stuff they've spotted in rl and on the web.

I keep it in my google reader so I can pounce upon these opportunities asap :)

(You can get free cinema tickets too, I went to see that film Taken, was rubbish but watchable due to it's cost :D)

AvatarBCG Supporter

Nil Putters

  • Wednesday 22nd October 2008, 11:01pm [Edited]
  • A galaxy far, far away or, England
  • 28,682 posts

Product artwork - buy at Amazon
Buy at Amazon

Product artwork - buy at Amazon
Buy at Amazon

Product artwork - buy at Amazon
Buy at Amazon

Avatar

Mark

  • Thursday 30th October 2008, 3:07pm [Edited]
  • Hampshire, England
  • 2,652 posts

Stop the presses - they're releasing 'The Best Of Loose Women'!

I thought it was an April Fools joke at first... then I realised that's half-a-year away. There really are people out there who want to buy a DVD of women gossiping about their bras and bitching about men, all set against the backdrop of a cheap daytime studio?!? Now that's comedy!

Avatar

chipolata

  • Thursday 30th October 2008, 6:45pm
  • England
  • 29,293 posts
Quote: Mark @ October 30 2008, 12:07 PM BST

women gossiping about their bras and bitching

In a sense, it's not so different to what goes on round these parts. ;)

AvatarBCG Supporter

Nil Putters

  • Monday 17th November 2008, 10:43pm [Edited]
  • A galaxy far, far away or, England
  • 28,682 posts

Watched Franks Skinners' new DVD recently. F**king hilarious, well worth getting.

Also saw Frankie Boyle's which was also very good.

Bill Bailey's new one was, to me, a bit of a let down although it did have it's moments.

Avatar

Gavin

  • Monday 17th November 2008, 11:07pm [Edited]
  • Wales
  • 22,778 posts

Bill Bailey I agree not his best

Frankie Boyle brilliant! from start to end and it was quite a long set too.

AvatarBCG Supporter

Nil Putters

  • Monday 17th November 2008, 11:14pm
  • A galaxy far, far away or, England
  • 28,682 posts

You should watch Franks Skinner's new one Gav, had me in stitches. :D

Avatar

TomCampbell

  • Monday 17th November 2008, 11:16pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 123 posts

Russell Howard's is worth every penny. I got to watch it at work today, it was quite fantastic! Truthfully, I went in sceptically thinking "meh, another live DVD for Christmas" but it is really REALLY funny!

Avatar

Gavin

  • Monday 17th November 2008, 11:22pm
  • Wales
  • 22,778 posts
Quote: Nil Putters @ November 17 2008, 6:14 PM GMT

You should watch Franks Skinner's new one Gav, had me in stitches. :D

I don't like Frank Skinner his voice and face irritate me lol

AvatarBCG Supporter

Nil Putters

  • Monday 17th November 2008, 11:24pm [Edited]
  • A galaxy far, far away or, England
  • 28,682 posts
Quote: Gavin @ November 17 2008, 6:22 PM GMT

I don't like Frank Skinner his voice and face irritate me lol

Laughing out loud Fair does.

Avatar

Oldrocker

  • Tuesday 18th November 2008, 2:09am
  • Near my beloved Black Country in Wolverhampton, England
  • 13,416 posts

Who was it the late, great BM said was 'as funny as a fire in an orphanage'?

For my money it would easily be Skinner!

Angy

Avatar

chipolata

  • Monday 1st December 2008, 5:17pm
  • England
  • 29,293 posts

[quote name="Griff" post="309176" date="November 18 2008, 10:21 AM GMT"]
Mock The Week Too Hot For TV
[p=http://www.play.com/DVD/DVD/4-/3438751/Mock-The-Week-Too-Hot-For-TV/Product.html]

[/quote]

Do panel shows work on DVD? They've always struck me as a particularly throway comedy format? Great for one viewing and one viewing only, preferably in the week of broadcast.

Avatar

Johnny Green

  • Monday 1st December 2008, 6:06pm [Edited]
  • England
  • 111 posts

The ones I noticed on Play.com were:

Absolute Power Series 1 - £3.99
Lee Mack Live - £3.99
Harry Hill, Hooves Live - £2.99
Keith Barrett Live - £2.99
Stewart Lee: Stand up Comedian - £3.99

They also have both series of I'm Alan Partridge for £5 each

Share this page