2001 (watched a HD rental before I bought - haven't had time for a rewatch) Cat People (watched a HD rental before I bought - haven't had time for a rewatch) Lost In Translation (watched a HD rental before I bought - didn't like it the first time - haven't had time for a rewatch/second chance) Red Dragon (watched a HD rental before I bought - haven't had time for a rewatch) Rio Bravo (blind buy after watching The Searchers - haven't had time to watch) The Shining (watched a HD rental before I bought - haven't had time for a rewatch)
Just ordered 66 to go with my new A3 all for about 5 benjamins. Could not resist the inetvideo deal especially since I sold my 80 disc collection and player for three times as much right when warner dropped the bomb - he he.
0 of 166 are sealed. At first I was watching them all as I got them. Then around the 40 mark they started coming too fast so I just opened them and did a quick test to see if they'd play. Above the 100 mark I started opening them as they arrived so my wife wouldn't easily notice the collection getting bigger.
I've got about 35 HD DVDs still sealed. The prices on sales and clearance have been very good. I try to pay around $12-$13 for new HD DVDs, unless it's something that I must have, and my maximum that I'm willing to pay is $15. I stick to this rule and it is working well. I find that if I keep checking places like Future Shop and Best Buy (in store) they keep putting different titles on sale.
I expect my HD DVD collection will continue to grow until at least the end of this year. And who knows after that? I'm still buying laserdiscs almost 10 years after I switched over to DVD.
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