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isamu
12-26-03, 04:10 PM
Hi guys! Merry holidays! Listen, there have been a lot of dvds that have been released in 2003. Can anyone point me to a link that lists all the popular/known dvds that were released so I can catch up on my to buy lists? Everything from Bad Boys II to The Hunted to Irreversible to Scarface to Porkys to Wierd Science. I would really appreciate it thabks abunch :)

isamu
12-28-03, 02:43 AM
C'mon gentlemen there has to be a list somewhere!

isamu
12-28-03, 04:36 PM
i bet jack would know :p

jayson1017
12-28-03, 04:48 PM
isamu, thats a toughie...

isamu
12-28-03, 05:00 PM
I know. You would think the mods would have a link or somethin. Gk? Static?

josepotato
12-28-03, 07:19 PM
Best I could find:
http://videoeta.com/month_dvd.html?month=1&year=2003

Change the month number in the url 1-12 to get every month.

Or try this link but it didn't work for me:
http://videoeta.com/month_dvd.html?month=all&year=2003

isamu
12-31-03, 08:34 PM
Originally posted by josepotato
Best I could find:
http://videoeta.com/month_dvd.html?month=1&year=2003

Change the month number in the url 1-12 to get every month.

Or try this link but it didn't work for me:
http://videoeta.com/month_dvd.html?month=all&year=2003

Thanks but those are mainly for 2004 :(

hoyalawya
12-31-03, 10:25 PM
http://www.timefordvd.com/dvd/release/200311.shtml

On the page, there is a link for the month before and the link to the archive section at the bottom of the page. The archive goes back to April 2001.

Shroud
12-31-03, 10:58 PM
I've always used Comingsoon.net, besides the DVD archive of 2003, it contains release dates on new dvds.

http://www.comingsoon.net/dvd/

palebluedot
01-01-04, 12:21 AM
This is a good one, Excel spreadsheet format and very comprehensive...not just the "popular releases"...just sort by date.

http://hometheaterinfo.com/dvdlist.htm

bboisvert
01-01-04, 01:56 PM
Originally posted by palebluedot
This is a good one, Excel spreadsheet format and very comprehensive...not just the "popular releases"...just sort by date.

http://hometheaterinfo.com/dvdlist.htm

Exactly what I was going to say.

This is a comprehensive list of ALL titles released. Just search by release date and grab the 2003 titles. You can then search by other factors (genre, studio, etc.) to further reduce the list and decide if you missed anything cool.

I download this list at least once a month to make sure that nothing has been announced that I missed out on...

illennium
01-01-04, 02:42 PM
Just check pdjennings' list.

rayovac
01-01-04, 02:51 PM
http://www.comingsoon.net/dvd/ I'' go for this one.

isamu
01-02-04, 08:26 PM
Thanks a bunch for your help guys. Those links are very helpful. I particularly like the way Comingsoon.net is laid out. Their list seems more expanded and they even have a link to buy the title. Kewl! :up:

Am I the only one who's baffled and shocked that Jackskeleton has not come in here and shown his support for a comprehensive archived list of dvds released so far. I am strenuously surprised he hasn't demanded the mods put a list like this on the main page. Why aren't the admins and mods doing something about this dilema? Why do we have to go out of our way to click on a link to another website just get this information? I thought dvd talk was the Hole Grail :( I thought Gkleinman cared about dvds :(

danwiz
01-02-04, 11:17 PM
Just in defense of Klineman (Sp?): Why duplicate information that is available on other websites? The archive available at hometheaterinfo (referred to a couple of times above) is SO COMPLETE, who could hope to do something the equivalent of that?!?!? It's a lot of work to make something like that. Moderating this forum is difficult enough, especially when the same questions come back and come back because people don't know how to use the SEARCH function, or are too lazy to use it! I could have given you the hometheaterinfo site, but after already answering this same question a couple of times in the last 30 days, I didn't even want to take the time to respond to you - even after your "C'mon gentlemen there has to be a list somewhere!"



How difficult is it for you to bookmark a couple of websites and go there for the information that you don't find here?

Get real!

jough
01-03-04, 05:50 PM
Wow, thanks for the list URL. I haven't seen this before, but I'll definitely check out that Excel spreadsheet from time to time to plan my DVDing.