Brent Gair (Login KBGair) HyperScale Forums from IP address 184.108.40.206
These pics were posted on a movie board where there's a thread for people to show pictures of their movie collection. I figured, since I went to the trouble of taking the pictures, I'd post them here in case anybody is interested.
This is MY version of a "stash". I only have about 20 plastic kits but I have an embarrassing number of Blu-ray Discs (BDs)which I find just as addictive. One part of my "philosophy" is that I don't collect movies that are on TV all the time or are likely to be commonly seen. If I can see it on TV, I don't need to own it (well, there a few favorite exceptions).
These pictures were taken to be posted on a cult movie board so you don't see some of my more conservative titles. This group doesn't include things like SOUND OF MUSIC or SOUTH PACIFIC. I actually have a lot of classics but these pictures are more of the oddities.
I don't have that many Blu Rays, but at LEAST that many DVDs. A whole bunch from Sinister Cinema (great source if you haven't checked them out - the catalog alone is a terrific read) and Something Weird.
Brent Gair (Login KBGair) HyperScale Forums 220.127.116.11
February 23 2012, 6:34 PM
I have quite a few DVDs from Something Weird. I don't have DVDs from Sinister Cinema but I remember frequenting their online forum "back in the day" (10 years ago).
I collected a very large number of DVDs and just about hit the limit on the wacky little titles. The great challenge of Blu-ray is that so much of that stuff that was readily available on DVD can't be found on BD. You really have to dig to find good stuff.
For example, I have the original 1985 FRIGHT NIGHT on Blu-ray. It was readily available on DVD but the BD was limited to 3,000 copies and only available online.