Awesome site Azz, I will have a look through. As you all probably know, I still buy VHS and I buy Bluray as well. The Blurays do have a strange look to them, almost as if I am watching an old soap opera instead of a movie. I love to go see older movies on 35mm when I get a chance to, they look the best on the big screen! But I don't get the chance very often.
UV- I think you hit the nail on the head there. I think some us are willing to look past the dated look because we are interested in Cinema and the history of it. I have seen quite a few people say they won't watch an old black and white movie. Well, they are really missing out then, because some of the best movies are in black and white. Night of the Living Dead, Eyes Without a Face, Night of the Hunter, Frankenstein, Dracula, and Nosferatu are just a few I can think of right now.
I watched Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? yesterday and it was fantastic! I was thinking this must be the very first "torture porn" movie ever made. The violence was brutal, even though it is only implied, and the Actors were some of the best that cinema has to offer. So I really feel sorry for those fans that won't even give a black and white movie a chance.