Ice Age Digital HD – Review

by Raylene on December 14, 2012 · 0 comments

Ice Age Continental DriftIce Age: Continental Drift came out on Blu-ray and DVD on December 11th. But did you know that the film is also available on Digital HD!

If you’re not familiar with Digital HD (or DHD), here’s a little bit of information about the format and some of its benefits:

  • For $15 you can get a high-definition version of your favorite films weeks before the Blu-Ray and DVD versions are available.
  • Your HD movies are available around-the-clock—with no hassles—as they are safely stored in a digital cloud, allowing you to stream or download them onto multiple devices, from your laptop to your tablet to your smartphone—so your whole family can watch at home or on-the-go on all your devices!
  • Say goodbye to security concerns! You can download your Digital HD movie from sites you already know and trust, like iTunes, Amazon, or Google Play, which provide you with the best picture quality without exposing your equipment to malware threats.

We downloaded Ice Age: Continental Drift via iTunes. It was so easy to do. Our internet is a little bit slow, so I wasn’t sure how long it would take for the movie to download.  I set it to download, and then we fixed and ate our dinner. When I came back, it was downloaded and ready to go!  TADA!

IMG_3422My inlaws are here visiting, and they wanted to watch a movie on our TV, so, I put Ice Age on the iPad for the kiddos to watch. They’ve been dying to watch a movie on it.  It was a perfect option for our situation.

It was so fun to watch my kiddos snuggle on the couch together laughing and giggling to the familiar characters of the Ice Age crew. They LOVE the movie, and are already filling the house with one-liners galore!

I didn’t know much about digital movie downloads. I love the idea very much. I don’t have to go to the library, or to the movie store, or wait for the movies to be available on DVD or NetFlix. We can watch the movie any time, as many times as we can stand (LOL!).

Have you ever downloaded movies from iTunes or Amazon or Google Play?

What do you like the best about downloading digital versions of your videos?

What benefits of DHD (Digital HD) make you most interested in trying out a download yourself?

I think after trying it once, we’ll be downloading more Digital HD movies. (Shhhh…. don’t tell the kiddos!)

I was given a free download code for this movie so that I could provide a review and share my experience with my readers.  No other compensation was received.  As always, my opinions are my own.

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