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post #61 of 912
I never owned a Divx player. I bought that disc for $.99 when they were clearing them out years ago. I wanted a trophy from the format war.
post #62 of 912
Bad camera phone!



post #63 of 912
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Originally Posted by ni9ht_5ta1k3r View Post

I'm looking at most of these collections and I'm thinking "OMG!"

Ditto!
post #64 of 912
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Originally Posted by DeathStalker2 View Post



Gotta love those custom covers!

-Murray
post #65 of 912
Those custom covers ROCK.
post #66 of 912
DeathStalker2, any chance you can be so kind as to post a link to those custom covers? Or as an attachment?

I just need that Superman Returns cover, since the actual cover is so "ughn".
post #67 of 912
thank god for netflix!
post #68 of 912
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Originally Posted by ShinBojack View Post

DeathStalker2, any chance you can be so kind as to post a link to those custom covers? Or as an attachment?

I just need that Superman Returns cover, since the actual cover is so "ughn".

Sure thing. You can grab them all HERE. Just go to the downloads section.

Take care
post #69 of 912
Hello I'm new here and thought i would jump on the bandwagon and post a pick of my hd dvd collection. I am so addicted to high def planet earth is my favorite so far. I geting the matrix wed or thursday and can't wait to marathon it.
LL
post #70 of 912
Is that how the matrix set comes in the complete set. a case for each like the mission impossible box did. Hope so. i display the box on a shelf and put the movies on my rack.
post #71 of 912
Here's me:
post #72 of 912
From the other side of the Atlantic:

Items of note:
Superman Returns Non-combo.
French Studio Canal releases (e.g Rambo etc.)
UK Universal HD DVD covers, all silver and wider than regular covers.
UK ratings logos on the covers, though the discs are exactly the same as their north american equivalents.
DVE with PAL DVD-flipside (UK edition)
of course the Japanese Toshiba imports to the left.



Region-free HD DVD makes BR a no-no for us Eurotrash.
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post #74 of 912
added to my collection

post #75 of 912
Here's my huge collection

post #76 of 912
My humble HD DVD collection. I've added quite a number of HD DVD titles since.


post #77 of 912
My collection (few more should arrive tomorrow):



[edit]

Whoops, forgot Batman Begins. I didn't have it sitting with the rest of them and it slipped my mind.
post #78 of 912


I am not buying anymore HD discs until I get a new TV... LNT-4066....
post #79 of 912
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Originally Posted by Damnationdoormat View Post

Bad camera phone!




Are those the Spiderman 3 BD sampler discs?? Shame on you! You took 3 and you don't even have a BD player!
post #80 of 912
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Originally Posted by DeathStalker2 View Post


Non-U.S. covers are always so much better. I'll never understand it.
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post #82 of 912
My collection

Also have A Scanner Darkly but that is being borrowed now.

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post #84 of 912
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Originally Posted by Nissen View Post

From the other side of the Atlantic:

Items of note:
Superman Returns Non-combo.
French Studio Canal releases (e.g Rambo etc.)
UK Universal HD DVD covers, all silver and wider than regular covers.
UK ratings logos on the covers, though the discs are exactly the same as their north american equivalents.
DVE with PAL DVD-flipside (UK edition)
of course the Japanese Toshiba imports to the left.



Region-free HD DVD makes BR a no-no for us Eurotrash.

Is Stalingrad what I think it is?

With Jude law?! Where do I get it?

and hows the AQ and PQ?
post #85 of 912
I have that one! You are correct Enemy at the Gates with Jude Law.
post #86 of 912
Forgot : I thought the picture and sound were good.
post #87 of 912
Yup, "Stalingrad" is Enemy at the Gates. The french retitling to Stalingrad makes it a bit confusing, as there's a well known (in Europe) german 1993 movie by the same name.

It's a french import, ordered at Amazon France, but for US buyers I'd recommend
Exploited Cinema. Note that these titles issued by Pathé don't play in first generation Toshibas. Played fine on my Euro HD-E1 (same as the american A2).

The video is VC-1 encoded, retaining the natural grain. I felt there was a moderate- to high level of detail, but just missing that last bit of sharpness. Audio is English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and was boomy and involving, but my system isn't up to snuff so I won't be held responsible for differing views on this. Also, this release is 1.78:1 while the DVD was 2.35:1. It has been claimed that the HD DVD is open-matte, but I can not corroborate this. The framing seemed fine to me though. Perhaps the only downside to this import is that all on-screen captions are in french (not player generated), so some Russian newspaper headlines leave you guessing (unless you read french, but who does? :-) All other subtitles can be turned off, no forced subs here. Menus in french only.
post #88 of 912
Oh, have to get this off my chest:

I really dislike how the french consistently place the spine text up-side down. They do this with DVDs and VHS as well. Wonder about books? Hmmm...
post #89 of 912
Haha!! Gosh, I just noticed that. Must be a slow morning for me.
post #90 of 912
Hey, can anyone give a noob a quick tutorial on how to insert a pic? I'm mystified as to what I do with this prompt that comes up when I hit the 'insert picture' button. Thanks in advance, and apologies for my ignorance.
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