I’ve finally found a solution to the terrible packaging you typically find with DVD “boxed sets” of your favorite T.V. shows.
My Commodore 128 has been cataloging my movies for over 30 years
Ever since the late 80s, I’ve maintained some sort of catalog of my video collection on my Commodore 128.
More great content wrapped in crap packaging
This past Valentine’s Day, my wife and I exchanged gifts, both of them being DVD collections of two T.V. series that we enjoy. I got a classic favourite T.V. show […]
Digital will never replace my physical media
As a long time collector of different media (video games, music, movies, etc.), I think the most concern for me, regarding digital media, is the uncertainty that what you collected […]
So, how expensive were LaserDiscs in the 90s?
I see this question pop up, every now and again, from people who are just starting to get into collecting LaserDiscs. Well, just this evening, we were settling in to […]
Why LaserDiscs are still my favorite video format
So, after all of these years, why are LaserDiscs still my favorite video format to watch and collect? One of the reasons I enjoy watching movies on LaserDisc so much […]
New DVD purchases that were worth the money
Recently I happened across the Canadian media production company, VEI (Visual Entertainment Inc.) and noticed that they had the distribution rights to several old T.V. show from the 80s, which […]
Cheap is just the new “normal”
This evening, my wife and I sat down to watch a couple of movies that we haven’t seen for a while. First, we watched “A Knight’s Tale”, which is one […]
Let’s not forget the portable LP players
I wrote a little bit about our collection of all-in-one turntable consoles, here. So now, let’s take a look at the handful of portable record players we’ve been able to […]
An unexpected collection of all-in-one turntables
It’s kind of amusing how, even though you never intended to collect something, you wind up with a collection of it anyway. This is what happened with me and those […]