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Phanstar
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In the spirit of what movies have you recently purchased I propose a "How many movies do you own?" thread!

I'll start us out. If I count TV box sets as 1 then probably just under 200. Thats a rough guess tho.

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On DVD...approx 450

Plus another 200 on video...

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Right now I have over 1,000 DVDs, which includes movies, TV, specials, porn, etc... I also have over 2,600 wrestling titles on DVD.

I worked in the video rental/sales business for 13 years & would get roughly 5-10 screeners a week. I had 6 big book cases & about 15 wooden peach crates all filled with tapes. Every shelf was full and then I had tapes stacked sideways in front of the others stacks. Then I had over 800 blank tapes with 3-4 movies on each tape.

I ended up selling or taping over most of the screeners and throwing out most of the blank tapes just because I didn't have the room anymore & I figured everything would eventually be on DVD. I'm still kicking myself for doing it since I had a lot of movies that you just cannot find anywhere.

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wow... you guys have a lot of movies... So here is a question? How do you organize them? For me with just a couple hundred I First sort them by case style. Normal DVD cases first, then Snapper Cases, then box sets. Then alphabetize each section.

My wife thinks I'm crazy. [Smile]

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I aplhabetize too! My husband thinks thats so anal retentive (my daughter , who is 8, does it too) He makes jokes that when I put the groceries away I alphebetize them!

The other day I looked at my VHS collection, which I recently "downsized" and was shocked to see theres over 100 in there. (About 130) and I have even more DVD so i'm guessing about 200 or more (Maybe I'll count this weekeend). He says I have a lot but to me it doesn't look like so much.

I keep VHS in one drawer and DVD in another.

Believe it or not, we went to a marraige counselor awhile back and this was one of the things he said that drove him crazy about me. "She collects movies and cds" SO WHAT? That is the worst thing The Man could think to say about me???

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......Heres another question: Is it mostly "Old Stuff?" I think my husband gets mad that all my stuff is 70s and 80s. He's like "Lets watch the new Wil Smith movie" and I'm like "Nope!" and I would rather watch NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET for the millionth time. That drives him nuts!
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Well I would say that mine is a pretty odd blend. Its about 30 percent old stuff, 25 percent Kids movies, 25 percent TV Box Sets, and then the rest is newer stuff.

Kids movies are always worth the money I spend on them, because the kids will watch them again and again. Also, I just LOVE TV Box Sets... I'm only sad I cant really afford to buy most of the ones I want and they put em out so fast and then they go out of print and I'm left thinking DAMN. [Smile]

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So I seriously hope he is joking and you dont actually alphabetize the groceries.

But seriously people tell me its anal, but when you have 200+ movies who wants to dig around for forever trying to find just the one you want? There comes a point where your collection reaches a certain size and you must approach it with a certain level of organization. Otherwise its a waste.

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I was running out of space for my collection so I bought CD wallets that hold 200 discs each and stored all my discs alphabetically in there and keep all the boxes in storage in my garage. Saves room and means when you look through the books you are more likely to see what you own rather than when you are scanning the shelves.

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Hi! I organize all my movies by genre. So I have an 80's section,Romance,Kids,tv,drama and so forth. Then I alphabetize!
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Ive wanted many times to sort my movies by genre too. But then I start getting Obsessive compulsive about what genre certain movies fall in and every few days I change my mind and move them from one to the other... so to save myself the insanity I just alphabetize. But I definately dont mix snapper cases in with normal dvd cases... that just looks tooooooooo ugly.
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508 DVDs and growing weekly.
There used to be a thread that I started called"Post you collection" but alas it has gone away. [Frown]

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It would take us too long to post them all anyway!

Posting them by genre is hard cuz alot of the ones I consider "cult" are also "horror" movies...so ...where do I put them? Alphabetical order is the best way. The other day I went to pull one out and that whole stack fell over. But it was easy to put everything back where it was...cuz its in alphabetical order. I imagine when your digging through an unorganized pile you knock a lot more stuff over.

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Over 500...Easy! Not sure..have to count sometime!
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Wow you guys make me not feel so bad for having a couple hundred dvds [Smile]

ok then next question. What movie in your collection would you say you have watched the most times?

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i have to many when blockbuster and other stores/video distruibeters started selling vhs to convert to dvd i wood literly by boxes of tapes i once mailed ordered 12 boxes of wrestling tapesi lioterly have thousands of tapes/dvds and that also incloudes stuff i taped off tv
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quote:
Originally posted by mamamiasweetpeaches:
It would take us too long to post them all anyway!

Posting them by genre is hard cuz alot of the ones I consider "cult" are also "horror" movies...so ...where do I put them? Alphabetical order is the best way. The other day I went to pull one out and that whole stack fell over. But it was easy to put everything back where it was...cuz its in alphabetical order. I imagine when your digging through an unorganized pile you knock a lot more stuff over.

"Cut N' Paste" Baby "Cut N' Paste"
Its as easy as this.

DVD LIST

Action
A Man Apart
Above The Law
Art Of War
Bad Boys
Bad Boys 2
Behind Enemy Lines
Blackhawk Down
Blade
Blade 2
Balde Trinity
Blown Away
Cobra
Commando
Con Air
Conan The Barbarian
Conan The Destroyer
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Cyborg
Demoliton Man
Die Hard
Die Hard 2: Die Harder
Die Hard With A Vengeance
Dirty Harry*
Magnum Force*
The Enforcer* *Dirty Harry Collection*
Sudden Death*
The Dead Pool
Elektra
Face Off
The Fast And The Furious
The Fast And The Furious Tokyo Drift
Forced Vengence
Gymkata
Hard To Kill
Hatari
Hellboy
Hellbound
Hero And The Terror
The Hitman
Hostage
Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park II : The Lost World
Jurassic Park III
Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2
Ladder 49
The Last Boy Scout
Lethal Weapon 1 , 2 & 3
Mad Max
The Road Warrior
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
Marked For Death
Mission Impossible II
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns
The One
Out For Justice
Over The Top
Payback
The Patriot
The Perfect Storm
Pirates Of The Caribbean (Curse Of The Black Pearl)
Pirates Of The Caribbean 2 (Dead Mans Chest)
Paparazzi
Pulp Fiction
The Punisher
Prayer For The Rollerboys
First Blood
Rambo First Blood Part II
Rambo III
Red Dawn
Replicant
Reservior Dogs
Rollerball
Romeo Must Die
Running Scared
Silent Rage
Training Day
Twister
Universal Soldier
Van Helsing
Vanishing Point (1971)
The Warriors
Waist Deep


Comedy
Ace Ventura Pet Detective
Ace Ventura When Nature Calls
Addams Family
Addams Family Values
American Pie
Anchorman
Animal House
Back To The Future I , II & III
Back To School
BASEketball
Beverly Hills Cop
Beverly Hills Cop II
Big Mamas House
Bill And Teds Bogus Journey
The Blues Brothers
The Breakfast Club
Bronco Billy
Bruce Almighty
Bull Durham
Bustin Loose
Caddyshack
Cannonball Run
Cannonball Run II
Click
Coming To America
Crocodile Dundee
Dogma
Drop Dead Gorgeous
Duece Bigelow European Gigalo
Duplex
Eddie Murphy Delirious
Evolution
Fast Times At Ridgemont High
Ferris Buellers Day Off
Freddy Got Fingered
Ghostbusters 1 & 2
The Golden Child
Grandmas Boy
Groundhog Day
Happy Gilmore
High Fidelity
Hitchikers Guide To The Galaxy
The Honeymooners
Hollywood Knights
Hooper
In Like Flint
Jackass The Movie
Last American Virgin
License To Drive
The Longest Yard (2005)
Major League
Mars Attacks
Meatballs
Me , Myself And Irene
The Money Pit
Mr. Bean
Mr. Deeds
Mysterymen
Nothing But Trouble
Nutty Professor (1963)
Office Space
O Brother Where Art Thou
Old School
Orange County
The Original Kings Of Comedy
The Osbournes Season 1
Our Man Flint
PeeWees Big Adventure
The Pee Wee Herman Show
Porkys'
Porkys' : The Next Day
Problem Child
Remo Williams The Adventure Begins
Revenge Of The Nerds 1 & 2
Richard Pryor Here And Now
Richard Pryor Live On The Sunset Strip
The Ringer
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Running Scared
Rush Hour
Rush Hour II
Scary Movie
Scary Movie 2
Sixteen Candles
Still Smokin'
Stripes
Stroker Ace
Summer Rental
Talladega Nights (The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby)
The Three Stooges (75th Anniversary Collection)
Tommy Boy
UHF
Uncle Buck
The Underclassman
Up In Smoke
Used Cars
Vacation
Valley Girl
The Waterboy
The Wedding Crashers
The Wedding Singer
Weird Science
The World According To Garp
Young Frankenstein
The Young Ones


Drama
All The Right Moves
Along Came A Spider
American History X
Apocolypse Now
Assault On Precinct 13
A Time To Kill
Bad Boys
Blood In Blood Out
The Boy In The Plastic Bubble
Boyz In The Hood
Casino
Cast Away
Coach Carter
Cold Creek Mnaor
Dangerous Minds
Dirty
The Dollmaker
Dolores Claibone
Domestic Disturbance
Falling Down
Fargo
Fatal Attraction
Footloose
Forrest Gump
Freedomland
Full Metal Jacket
Giant
The Godfather
The Godfather II
The Godfather III
Gladiator
Goodfellas
The Grapes Of Wrath
The Great Santini
The Geen Mile
Heat
Judgement Night
Kiss The Girls
Less Than Zero
The Lords Of Flatbush
Mask
Midnight Express
The New Kids
The Outsiders
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
Pacific Heights
Panic Room
Pearl Harbor
Raggedy Man
Roadhouse
Rush
Scarface
Sleepers
Space Cowboys
Stand By Me
Swordfish
Taxi Driver
Thin Red Line
To Kill A Mockingbird
Unbreakable
The Untouchables
Vanilla Sky
What Lies Beneath
Where The Heart Is


Family
Bambi
A Bugs Life
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory (2005)
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
A Christmas Story
Christmas Vacation
E.T The Extra-Terrestial
Frosty The Snowman
Frosty Returns
The Goonies
How The Grinch Stole Christmas
The Incredibles
Its A Wonderful Life
Jumanji
Lady And The Tramp
The Little Princess
Monsters Inc.
My Giant
Open Season
Osmosis Jones
Robots
Rudolph
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
Shark Tale
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
Shrek
Shrek 2
The Ten Commandments
Toy Story
Toy Story 2
The Waltons (A Homecoming)
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
The Wizard Of Oz
The Year Without A Santa Claus
Zanthura


Horror
Alien Vs. Predator
Amityville Horror (2005)
April Fools Day
Army Of Darkness
The Birds
The Blair Witch Project
Blood Dolls
Bones
Burnt Offerings
Cabin Fever
Candyman
Carrie
Cats Eye
Cherry Falls
Children Of The Corn
Christine
Creepshow
Cry Wolf
Cujo
Cursed
The Dark Secret Of Harvest Home
Dawn Of The Dead (2004)
Dr. Giggles
The Evil Dead
The Exorcism Of Emily Rose
The Exorcist
Fear Dot Com
Flatliners
Frailty
Friday The 13th
Friday The 13th Part 2
Friday The 13th III
Friday The 13th Final Chapter
Friday The 13th A New Beginning
Friday The 13th Jason Lives
Friday The 13th New Blood
Friday The 13th Jason Takes Manhatten
The Frighteners
Fright Night
From Dusk Til Dawn
The Funhouse
Graveyard Shift
The Grudge
The Grudge 2
Halloween
Halloween II
Halloween 4
Halloween 5
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
Hannibal
Hellraiser
Hellbound : Hellraiser II
Hide And Seek
High Tension
The Hills Have Eyes
The Hills Have Eyes (2006)
The Hitcher
House Of Wax
House On Haunted Hill
Humanoids From The Deep
Identity
I Know What You Did Last Summer
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer
Incedent On And Off A Mountian Road
In Dreams
Interview With The Vampire
Into The Badlands
Jeepers Creepers
Jeepers Creepers 2
Joyride
Killer Clowns From Outer Space
Kolchak: The Night Stalker (TV Series)
Kolchak The Night Stalker
Kolchak The Night Strangler
Mary Reilly
Maximum Overdrive
Misery
Monsterman
The Mothman Prophecies
The Mutilator
Nightbreed
Night Flier
Nightmare On Elm Street
Night Of The Living Dead
Night Watch
The Omen (2006)
The Others
People Under The Stairs
Pet Cemetary
Phantasm
Piranha
Poltergiest I , II and III
Prom Night
Pumpkinhead
Red Dragon
Rest Stop "Dead Ahead"
Return Of The Living Dead
The Ring
Rob Zombie : The Devils rejects
Rob Zombie : House Of A Thousand Corpses
Rose Red
Rosemarys Baby
Salems Lot
Satans School For Girls
Saw
Saw II
Saw III
Scream 1 , 2 and 3
Seed Of Chucky
Seven
The Shining
Sideshow
The Silence Of The Lambs
Silver Bullet
The Sixth Sense
Stay Alive
Stir Of Echoes
Strangeland
Terror Tract
Texas Chainsaw Massacre I And II
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2004)
Texas Chainsaw Massacre (The Beginning)
Thinner
Thirteen Ghosts
Tommyknockers
Tourist Trap
Underworld
Valentine
Vampires : Los Muertos
The Village
When A Stranger Calls
When A Stranger Calls (2006)
When A Stranger Calls Back
Wickerman
Wrong Turn
You'll Like My Mother


Sci/Fi / Fantasy
Astronauts Wife
Batman
Battlefield Earth
Clash Of The Titans
Close Encounters Of The Third Kind
Damnation Alley
Dark City
The Dark Crystal
Doom
Dragonheart
Dreamscape
Escape From L.A.
Escape from New York
The Fifth Element
Ghost Of Mars
Harry Potter And The Sorcerers Stone
Hollowman
Hulk
Independence Day
I Robot
Johnny Mneunomic
Judge Dredd
The Last Starfighter
Legend
Lord Of The Rings : The Fellow Ship Of The Ring
Lord Of The Rings : The Two Towers
Lord Of The Rings : Return Of The King
The Matrix
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
Men In Black
Planet Of The Apes (2001)
Predator
Robocop
The Running Man
Scanners
Sin City
Sky Captian And The World Of Tomorrow
Spiderman
Starship Troopers
Terminator
Terminator 2 : Judgement Day
Terminator 3 : Rise Of The Machines
They Live
Timecop
Total Recall
V: The Original Mini Series
War Of The Worlds
Waterworld
The Wraith
X-Men
X-Men III Last Stand


Westerns
The Alamo
Big Jake
Blue Steel
Chisum
A Fistful Of Dollars
For A Few Dollars More
The Good , The Bad And The Ugly
Hang Em High
Hell Town
McLintok
The Outlaw Josie Wales
Pale Rider
Red River
Rio Bravo
Rio Grande
Rio Lobo
They Call Me Trinity
Trinity Is Still My Name
Unforgiven


Total as of 02/06/07 = 508

Categorized then Alphabatized. And that is exactly how they sit on my bookcases and Entertainment center.I will say the initial set up was a PITA. But now its a snap.

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Which ones do we watch over and over again? I watch WILLY WONKA so many times a year its not even funny. I've watched THE SHINING a lot. I used to watch EDDIE MURPHY DELERIOUS a lot but I havent watched it in awhile (Have to crack that one out again soon!) EVIL DEAD and EVIL DEAD 2 are favorites too.
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I'm pretty anal with the alphabitizing, word perfect inventory, list of next purchases etc.
I have 223, mainly dvd & some vhs.
As far as ones I watch over & over?
Night Of The Comet
Tuff Turf
Summer Lovers
Mischief
Catch Me If You Can (1989)
Thief
The Thing
Escape From New York
Overboard
Flashpoint
Fletch
The Warriors
Doc Hollywood
Firestarter

Any time, alone or with friends.

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I got about 200 movies at the mo and possibly 150 movies ive downloaded from the net.
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Somewhere over 400 now.

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Mamamiasweetpeaches I can totally relate to the story about your husband getting mad that you would rather watch "Nightmare on Elm Street" then a new dvd. I have about 200 dvd but recently started purchasing 80's horror dvd's weekly. I would say I'm buying about 6 a week. For the past couple months my fiance would be like lets go rent a movie. And i tell him, let's just watch The Gate or Trick or Treat i just got it in the mail. It drives him crazy.

I told him too if that's the worst thing you can say about me then you are one lucky guy.

The movie I probably have watched a million times would be "Sixteen Candles", "Can't Buy Me Love" and "Fast Times at Ridgemont High".

I've been having so much fun recently buying dvd's and starting a collection. It's all i talk about!!!!!

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Im looking forward to getting some new horror movies this Halloween season. I think I've settled on Nightmare on Elm St. and Pet Semetary!
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You should try and find the nice cheap boxset with all the elm streets. I got mine off amazon last year for just £15 [Smile]
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Well well... I just counted em, and I now have 162 movies. Remember, I'm 19 years old, and I haven't been collecting for that long! Anyway, to the question how I organize em, I have a long answer, heh. First I have the dvd boxes on my shelf, then I have some movies organized by the actor.

Sly Stallone
Al Pacino
Clint Eastwood
Kevin Costner
Andy Garcia
Jean-Claude Van Damme

Then, I had em arranged by the release years, but I changed em in alphabetical order, and now I'm changing em again back to release years, so that all the 80s movies are in the same place, cos I'm often looking for em. It's not easy to find movies when they are in aphabetical order even though you might think so. It gets kinda difficult when some of the titles are in English and some of em are in Finnish, and I remember some titles only in English and some only in Finnish. So, I always look in the wrong place. So, arranged by the release year I find my dvds pretty easily cos I have a good memory with em.

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