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my pal collects steelbooks here in the states, on Blu Ray of course. thusfar he's acquired Scarface, Fight Club, The Departed and Goodfellas
just ordered the star was steelbooks on amazon. 29.99 a piece. i didnt buy the films on the first blu release so finally pressed the button. i`d pay no more than £17/£18 for a steelbook...not like the Skyfall ones on ebay at £31! its £17.99 on amazon!
Chris Gould wrote: Because UK consumers are suckers for a bit of tin and the distributors have sussed that they can basically sell people the same thing multiple times if it's shiny.

Love your sig.
I just sold a Thor steelbook for £60. Some of the more fanboyish ones can be shifted for quite the profit it seems.
Because UK consumers are suckers for a bit of tin and the distributors have sussed that they can basically sell people the same thing multiple times if it's shiny.
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I was wondering why the uk crowd always seems to get a steelbook option for every other movie that comes out on video, while the US crowd only seems to get it for some movies? 2 movies that I know of that got a steelbook release in the UK is Ted & Paul, while the US crowd won't get one. The only ones in the US that got a steelbook release is The Avengers at Bestbuy and E.T. at Target.