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The Camp On Blood Island (1957)

Yesterday's Enemy ( 1959)

These Are The Damned ( 1962)

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wolfman1959 wrote:

The Camp On Booty Island (1957)

Yesterday's Enema ( 1959)

These Are The rammned/a tale of two holes ( 1962)


Good stuff

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This is annoying.  Vampy wants the Harry Potter Deathly Hallows movies.

Part 1 is now only available on either DVD or Blu-ray.  The combo pack is no longer available for less the $35.  And the digital copy is the combo is already expired(?!). 

Part 2 has the DVD, Blu-ray, or combo pack with includes the UltraViolet version instead of a digital copy.  UltraViolet is a new dipshit idea where instead of giving you a digital copy, it is a streaming service.  Which requires you to sign up, and some other BS.

Also, supposedly all Harry Potter movies are going into the vault on December 29th.  Uh-huh, until the inevitable 'special edition' that will come out next Halloween.

So $27 for 2 movies, neither of which is really in the formats that I want.  But Vampy likes her discs, and DLing BR takes forever.  Is Warner Bros actively trying to piss everyone off and get them to DL their stuff?  Morons.  Good news for the Brits, for $47 you can get the entire series on BR starting Dec. 2nd.

Last edited by azathoth (2011-11-22 16:19:36)

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^ I was just at my Block buster they had a HP DH part pr veiwed blu ray for 12.99

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Picked up THREE AMIGOS on BD this morning.

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swollenguy wrote:

^ I was just at my Block buster they had a HP DH part pr veiwed blu ray for 12.99

Too bad there are no more BBs around here anymore.  Maybe I'll check eBay.

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Yep, eBay solved the problem.  smile

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I don't like Blu-Ray.  I've noticed in the last year or so, with the furthering of its popularity, that DVDs are beginning to suffer in regards to bonus features and extras which are instead being saved for BR releases.  Captain America: The First Avenger is a prime example, among a horde of other flicks which would otherwise have been DVDs loaded to the gills with extras.

It's like DVD is going the way of the laserdisc now, and it's pissing me off.

Re: Mainstream DVD's recently purchased:

Christmas Vacation (BD)
A Christmas Story (BD)
The Wizard of Oz: 70th Anniversary Edition (BD)
Beyoncé Live at Roseland

Last edited by KillMeDeadly (2011-11-27 19:09:39)

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Prep and landing.
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LoudLon wrote:

I don't like Blu-Ray.

Hey, get with the program! smile


Anyway, I don't know if this is mainstream but I just bought GAMERA 3, THE REVENGE OF IRIS (Blu-ray,of course)

Re: Mainstream DVD's recently purchased:

The Fighter (Blu-ray)
The Hurt Locker (Blu-ray)
Precious: Based on the novel "Push" by Sapphire (Blu-ray)

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Again...not quite sure this is mainstream but it ain't really horror:

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil (blu-ray)

Re: Mainstream DVD's recently purchased:

One Day (BD)
Breakfast At Tiffany's: 50th Anniversary Edition(BD)
Jingle All The Way (BD)
Adele: Live At The Royal Albert Hall
Beyoncé Live at Roseland: Elements of 4 (Two-Disc Deluxe Edition)

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The Help (BD)
Edward Scissorhands (BD)

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A Star Is Born "1954" (Blu-ray Digibook)
Meet Me In St. Louis (Blu-ray Digibook)
Heavenly Creatures (Blu-ray)

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Just picked up THE ROCKETEER on Blu-ray.

I desperately want to get MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS but that Blu-ray digibook is a budget buster considering I've already made too many purchases recently.

Also picked up the mutant farm animal movie BLACK SHEEP on BD.

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Well this was a stroke of luck

My mother had cataract surgery last week (ok...that's NOT the lucky part smile ), which means I've been having to chauffeur her around because she hasn't been able to drive. Yesterday, she got the OK from the doctor to start driving again.

To thank me for driving here around during the Xmas season (knowing that I hate to drive among the downtown crowds) she got me a little thank you gift (unnecessary but I won't look a gift horse in the mouth).

She got me the Blu-ray of MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS!

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Men Who Stare At Goats

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LoudLon wrote:

I don't like Blu-Ray.  I've noticed in the last year or so, with the furthering of its popularity, that DVDs are beginning to suffer in regards to bonus features and extras which are instead being saved for BR releases.  Captain America: The First Avenger is a prime example, among a horde of other flicks which would otherwise have been DVDs loaded to the gills with extras.

It's like DVD is going the way of the laserdisc now, and it's pissing me off.

I agree, Lon. Although I do like my PS3...honestly im an advocate for blue ray players but not the blue rays themselves. My dvds look amazing played on my ps3 via HDMI and my full HD Sony 40

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The Phantom Carriage (Criterion Blu-ray)

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Birth of a Nation (Blu-ray)

Sands of the Kalahari (Blu-ray)

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Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Cop Out $4 at walmart
Straw Dogs

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swollenguy wrote:
wolfman1959 wrote:

The Camp On Booty Island (1957)

Yesterday's Enema ( 1959)

These Are The rammned/a tale of two holes ( 1962)


Good stuff

Pervert!

Re: Mainstream DVD's recently purchased:

Teen Wolf (BD)
My Bloody Valentine (2009) (BD)
The Shawshank Redemption (BD)