The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 & The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey on DVD.
The MGM dvd was great picture wise even when upscaled on my blu ray player but this blu-ray sounds totally worth it. All hail Shout Factory!
20th Century Boys: Beginning of the End:hmshift:
20th Century Boys: The Last Hope
20th Century Boys: Redemption
decided to replace some of my Disney VHS with DVDs so I picked up
Robin Hood (Special Edition)
The Tigger Movie (Special Edition)
Ducktales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp
I even used the points I collected from Robin Hood and Tigger (along with the few points I had remaining) and just used the Disney Reward scheme to order Alice in Wonderland (Special Edition)
5 new Disney dvds...not bad for £20 ($30)
Skyfall on Blu-Ray
Fire and Ice: 2-disc Limited Edition:hmwink:
In The Line Of Fire
The Secret World of Arrietty
The Wedding Singer
Pre-ordered The Walking Dead ssn. 3 collectors edition!!!! If u have not seen it...get it!! Its the govenors head tank. It lights up and u can add water! It comes with 5 heads too...oh yeah and the bluray lol
Friday The 13th ssn. 1 TV show!!! So freaking happy!
FYE has the preorder for 20 & price matches amazon!
An unexpected DVD week as I added to my library...
BBC's Merlin Season 5
Sanctuary Season 4 (my original purchase from Amazon I received a bootleg and returned it)
Torchwood: Miracle Day
B**** Slap ( Sorry it is the title )
Masters of the Universe!!!
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D Blu-ray
Picked up Vol. 3 and 4 of Classic TMNT. Blew through them in a weekend. Vol. 5 and 6 are on the way.
John Dies at the End, Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Basterds, and Django Unchained all on Blu-ray.
Finally picked up Dark Knight Rises.:skgrin:
It's a vhs but I now own the "rocky horror picture show" so let's all do the "time warp" tonght! lol!
Mad monster party
Alien vs predator
Alien vs predator requiem
Twilight breaking dawn pt. 2
Naked Lunch criterion blu-ray.
Repo Man Criterion special edition blu-ray.
Django Unchained blu-ray.
Iron Man Rise of Technovore blu-ray.
John Dies in the End blu-ray.
Maybe a better question -- with NetFlix and Hulu and Vudu and all the other options out there -- is "Why would anyone buy a DVD?" I get the concept of wanting to get a newer film on DVD fast and not wanting to wait for the other delivery systems. But for anything older than six months I'm not sure I get it. I do understand the idea of wanting to build a library and I'm a guy that used to have a complete movie theater room a few houses ago. But nowadays it seems like compiling a lot of DVDs is just clutter in a life I'm trying to unclutter.
Maybe it's just me... :hmgrin:
EDIT: On the other hand, apparently it's not just me. :hmlol: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2011/05/dvd...scriptions-up/
As an addendum, don't shed any tears for the entertainment industry. All these new options are simply evolutionary developments in the delivery system and studios get their take from them. After all, remember when everything was on Beta? Wait! No, most of you don't! :sklol:
I'm far from an earthy/crunchy type, but I will point out that subscription systems are good for our environment as they're electronically delivering entertainment. Try to imagine the landfill mound made up of thirty years of tossed out Beta, VHS, DVD movies and all the packaging that went with them.
I prefer having a physical copy of everything I own. And in that situation, the blu-ray offers the best quality for viewing. I've noticed that the show quality of Netflix and Hulu are sub-par, particularly when watching things like Star Trek or Transformers: Prime.
And yes, I remember Beta, my grandfather used that thing for years to tape things off TV, at least until he upgraded to VHS. LOL
The Simpsons: The Fifteenth Season
The Best of WCW: Clash of the Champions
Hobbit: an unexpected journey
Unico: magical adventures
I understand how you feel. I feel exactly the same way when it comes to books. I like to physically hold a book in my hands rather than read it on Kindle or Nook. That said, I'm guessing subscription is the way of the future.
Absolutely right about Beta. Back in the day I had one of the first Betamax VCRs in Chicago. The thing was the size of a card table top. But at the time it was state of the art and considered pretty cool. Used to play (OMG!) PONG on it. :sklol: