Robert Elliott wrote:
>> The lovely people from blackstar are on this list and you're asking
> where to get region 2 DVDs? I've two suggestions:
> 1. blackstar.co.uk . Best mail order company I've ordered from; if they
> sold penguin mints, I'd be ecstatic, but I'll settle for what I can get.
Nah, checked there. They have it on vid but not on DVD.
> 2. Esoterica isn't generally available on region 2. If it's sufficiently
> idiosyncratic, you may find a region-free disk, but it'll be NTSC
> encoded. Your best bet - if you *need* it on DVD - is to chip your
Hmm, it's an option I guess. Wasn't there something a while ago though about some new copy
protection on some DVDs which checks for chipped or "regionless" DVDs and won't play on them?
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