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Riptide
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VHS/Beta, DVD and Blu Ray?

For me:

Goonies
Sixteen candles
About Last night

I know I have more, but my VHS is in storage. Can you believe that some have only been released on VHS like Wild Life, etc?

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Oh yes, there are many, many movies i own on different formats, and in different edtions.

Several Dario Argento's, several Lucio Fulci's, a whole bunch of European horror in general,
and of course The Return Of The Living Dead, A Nightmare On Elm Street, Re-Animator, and so on..

Many more from the 1970's also.

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I don´t think that i have anything in three formats....yet. I´ve been avoiding it and it´s a bit easier because they release so many films barebones here.
I´m not that keen on only getting better picture quality so i won´t buy all blu-ray stuff they keep releasing.
Also, there haven´t been many 80s films released here lately. The only interesting blu-ray they put out here in january was the Battlestar Galactica - Complete Original Series package which i bought right away,

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I started collecting movies in the early 80's so I have the same movies on VHS, laserdisc, DVD, and now blu-ray.
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I have Slap Shot on Beta VHS and Blu Ray
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Yes, Fast Times At Ridgemont Hight on VHS, Laserdisc, DVD and Blu-Ray.
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Gremlins, Cobra, An Innocent Man, Cujo and Commando
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I've got a bunch, but recently been trying to stop from hoarding VHS's. I keep the covers and get rid of the films. Watching them again just brings home the chasmic difference between VHS and DVD.
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most i can manage is 2 formats.

i still have my old uk vhs of striking back aka the new kids (1985) and also own the us region 1 dvd under it's original title of - the new kids.

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Ghostbusters: VHS, D.V.D. & .avi
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