I think that's a key point - I think they'll be released concurrently with the DVDs, but there's little reason why they couldn't be released much sooner.Phatpat said:If "new release" means it just came out in theaters, I would pay $15. If it means it just came out on DVD, $10.
£14.99 for new DVDs, but they mean $14.99 which is about £8, which I would pay (for at least DVD quality and maybe the ability to burn once). That is if they ever sell films on iTunes in the UK, and if they do I'm pretty sure they will cost more than £8, probably atleast £9.99. (Which I would pay for some of my favourite ever films)Macmadant said:For 14.99 you can get new releases of DVD here in the UK, and i'd rather own the DVD for 14.99 than have a movie on my computer
I think it's outragously high. $10 bucks is way farking more than a studio ever made off one customer. Maybe $5. And that's just 'cause it sounds nicer than $4. When you rent a DVD at say, Blockbuster, the studio gets $2.50. ISYN. Blockbuster gets the other $2.50.Coolerking said:Well let's see: No disc cost with a download, No box cost for DVD with download, No Shipping or stocking costs with download... I think 10 bucks is fair.
good point: where do all the special features go?bembol said:Average price for HD DVD's is $22 CAN...a waste of Time, HDD and overall not worth it...!!!
I'm guessing this is Standard Definition and Nothing but the Movie (No Special Features)...???