For anyone obsessed with full DVD, Blu-Ray movie or TV torrents, BitHQ is a must have tracker. It’s a private torrent site specializing in untouched content (no rips – only indexes full disk releases with no modifications) and is one of the largest trackers catering to this niche along with TDC and Sparvar. During its 3+ years of lifetime, BitHQ has for the most part been an invite only community. However, during the past couple of months the site appeared to be having random open signups from time to time, although there was no official acknowledgement about this either on site or on forums. Judging from the feedback we received, some readers were able to sign up while others were greeted by an invalid invite code message. Good news is that BitHQ is now officially open for signup – a new item posted on site homepage mentions that the site will be open to the public until further notice.

BitHQ Tracker

If memory serves correct, BitHQ began its operations back in 2008. Like all new torrent sites, it started small but soon built a following of several hundred active members and some decent uploaders who propelled the tracker forward. Today in 2011, BitHQ has grown steadily to become one of the largest untouched DVD/Blu Ray trackers in existence, with over 7500 registered users and 12000+ indexed torrents.

Initially, BitHQ was limited to tracking mostly untouched DVD 5 and DVD 9 torrents only. Even today majority of the sites torrents are DVD releases but they have caught up with the times and moved into the Blu Ray release scene as well. BitHQ now tracks over 800 full BD25 and BD50 uploads along with thousands of other 720p/1080p high definition video and DVDR releases. As for the content, pretty much everything including full TV series, English movies, foreign movies, classic TV series and some sports content can be found here. All of these come with extra features, full menus, bonus features and other goodies found in the originals. Some of the largest torrents indexed on BitHQ can be seen on the screenshot below:

BitHQ Releases

Coming back to open signups, quoted below is the official acknowledgement posted on BitHQ’s homepage:

Open Sign-Ups
We have gone into a period of open sign-ups. If you know somebody who you would like to be a member, or they would like to be a member, let them know that they can sign up right now!
We will inform you when we go back to invites only.

To put it short, this is a great site to have if you like downloading untouched DVDR and Blu Rays. Get in while you still can.

Site Name: BitHQ (

Signup URL: ( leave ‘Inviter’ and ‘Promotional Code’ fields blank )

Special thanks to Stephen for the heads up.

More sites to download full DVD and Blu Ray disks:


  1. scotty // 4/11/2011 12:47:00 AM  

    Havent recieved the confirmation email after signing up ?? (used hotmail)

  2. TEAM FILEnetworks // 4/11/2011 01:05:00 AM  

    Check the bulk mail folder. If it's not there try using a Gmail address.

  3. Joy // 4/11/2011 02:18:00 PM  

    Its Works....

  4. Kelly // 4/11/2011 11:51:00 PM  

    Thanks. But I still prefer to use Torrentoff is also one of the torrent search engine. It looks for torrent sites on different web sites. It is free and fst and has got lots of files. I like it.

  5. LiGhT // 4/12/2011 03:38:00 AM  
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  6. LiGhT // 4/12/2011 03:40:00 AM  

    "Stephen" huh?

    Old news...late again.

  7. torrenter // 4/12/2011 10:25:00 AM  

    Please keep your kiddish 'i was first' responses to yourself and stop trolling. I've seen your arrogance ruin many open signup threads and i wouldnt want to see that happen to file networks. wake up to the fact you are not the only one in this whole world who knows about open signup updates.
    @mods i request you take the post by LOTL down since its worthless garbage.

  8. Light // 4/13/2011 02:27:00 AM  
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  9. Light // 4/13/2011 02:30:00 AM  

    As much so as are yours. Deleting my post will only show other forums what they are just now beginning to see.

    And btw, who said I was first, child?

  10. s // 4/13/2011 02:47:00 AM  

    Don't feed the troll.

  11. microd20 // 4/13/2011 05:16:00 AM  

    First off, this statement is wrong...

    along with thousands of other 720p/1080p high definition video and DVDR releases.

    They dont allow encodes, so only if the DVD's resolution were that would that statement be semi true.

    And they used to have over 1000BDs, but have lacked in that category as less people seed them for the full time they are supposed to. And since they dont have cumulative stats, its impossible to track people that hit and run and just restart their utorrent to reset the stats.

    Other than that, great site, sad they have to go open sign up now, must not be getting the activity they used to get.

    Sign up while you can guys, it prolly wont last long

  12. TEAM FILEnetworks // 4/13/2011 06:01:00 AM  

    We do not delete negative comments (unless they are spam).
    You are entitled to your opinion on whether this is old news or not. However, we believe it was useful for at least some of our readers.

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