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shawagg
10-03-04, 10:44 PM
Seeing as we have the "how many do you have" thread, I thought it's be fun to see what your first one was and when you got it.

Mine:

Carnival of Souls, got it in '00.

asianxcore
10-03-04, 10:47 PM
Chasing Amy

Mr. Self Destruct
10-03-04, 10:55 PM
Silence of the Lambs

Der Zorn Gottes
10-03-04, 10:56 PM
Life of Brian was my first. I was a big Python nut back in 2000, and it was the only special edition around.

clckworang
10-03-04, 10:57 PM
Wow, that is a complete blast from the past. I can't remember the first one because it was too long ago, but I know some of the first Criterions I bought were The Killer, Seven Samurai and Amarcord and The Seventh Seal.

bis22
10-03-04, 11:01 PM
Hmm, that's a hard one to remember. I think it was Robocop.

Copenhagen
10-03-04, 11:01 PM
Originally posted by Mr. Self Destruct
Silence of the Lambs

PopcornTreeCt
10-03-04, 11:02 PM
Chasing Amy

TomOpus
10-03-04, 11:04 PM
My first Criterion (I believe) was Monty Python and the Holy Grail on laserdisc.

My first Criterion DVD was Armageddon

seymouru
10-03-04, 11:08 PM
The Graduate LD. I think it was in 1992.

Schloob1
10-03-04, 11:08 PM
My first was The Rock. Nice story behind it too, it was my first DVD lot that I got on Ebay, a 40 DVD lot where the average broke out to be only $4 a piece. Of the titles, 34 were great ones that I have kept and the other 6 I have simce sold and for better than the $4 a piece. The Rock was just listed and there was no picture hence I had no idea it was the Criterion version, yet alone at the time(about 16 months ago when I got my first DVD player) I had no idea what the Criterion Collection was. Quite a find and in mint condition like the rest of the lot.

gutwrencher
10-03-04, 11:13 PM
yup...this has been asked before. a few times. same answer....Robocop and I had it a few weeks before I even bought a player.:D

it was my first dvd...period.

lewzer76
10-03-04, 11:15 PM
Chasing Amy
I believe it was in 02.

nemein
10-03-04, 11:17 PM
Also my first DVD... Seven Samurai

feloosa
10-03-04, 11:20 PM
this is spinal tap 1998

darkside
10-03-04, 11:24 PM
This is Spinal Tap. Didn't even know what the Criterion Collection was. Shows the importance of having some more mainstream films in the collection.

Rammsteinfan
10-03-04, 11:30 PM
Robocop in '98? or whenever it first came out. Cost me $39.99 brand new back then...

milo bloom
10-03-04, 11:32 PM
The Passion of Joan of Arc. I only wanted a DVD player for Star Wars and Star Trek, thank goodness for DVD forums opening my eyes.

Still don't have a lot of them, and I've only ever sold off one (Fishing With John, just too damned weird, probably should have given it another shot)

Spy021
10-03-04, 11:33 PM
Chasing Amy

JeffreyLebowski
10-03-04, 11:34 PM
Chasing Amy....back when I first started the VHS-to-DVD transformation of my collection in late 2000.

RobCA
10-03-04, 11:35 PM
Chasing Amy, back when it came out in 2000.

Rob

bluesparrow
10-03-04, 11:47 PM
Robocop.

HistoryProf
10-03-04, 11:49 PM
Rushmore....before I knew what a Criterion was. It was in that infamous High Fidelity two-pac at Sam's for $25 :)

NitroJMS
10-03-04, 11:50 PM
Chasing Amy

Onizuka
10-04-04, 12:06 AM
My 1st was Rashomon.

NavinJohnson
10-04-04, 12:16 AM
Monty Python's Life of Brian

Chad
10-04-04, 12:50 AM
Chasing Amy.

FilmFanSea
10-04-04, 12:57 AM
I bought three at the same time:

Grand Illusion (Renoir)
The Passion of Joan of Arc (Dreyer)
The Unbearable Lightness of Being (Philip Kaufman)

Skull
10-04-04, 01:22 AM
Notorious.

costanza
10-04-04, 01:27 AM
it was either armaggedon, when it was available through columbia house, or silence of the lambs. i can't recall which one i got first.

bigrederik
10-04-04, 01:44 AM
This is spinal tap. Come to think of it, that was my first DVD all together

drjay
10-04-04, 02:08 AM
Brazil, and proud of it.

Boondock Saint
10-04-04, 02:13 AM
The Rock. Didn't even know there was anything special about "Criterion" then either. Must have been 3 years ago now. Still haven't opened it. Keep meaning to.

nonametofame
10-04-04, 02:25 AM
Originally posted by costanza
it was either armaggedon, when it was available through columbia house, or silence of the lambs. i can't recall which one i got first.

I was picking up a bunch of copies of Armageddon from Columbia House and exchanging them for credit at suncoast back when the list price was 49.99. I finally just picked up a used copy to own two weeks ago. I'm now officially a proud owner.

victant
10-04-04, 02:50 AM
SOTL. I picked it up at the mall right after I received my first DVD player (2001, late start) and as Hannibal was coming out. I couldn't find the older SOTL release, and I -eek- at the $40 price tag of the CC, but I didn't know any better. Now I'm looking at this OOP CC SOTL that I opened...but at least I enjoyed it with my wife.

BTW, YMMV ;)

DVD Polizei
10-04-04, 05:31 AM
Armageddon and I love it, baby. I don't care what you people say. :D

silentbob007
10-04-04, 06:37 AM
Silence of the Lambs with some sort of deal from 800.com

marty888
10-04-04, 06:38 AM
June 2000 ... also one of my first DVDs ... and one my first VHS tapes in the 1980's.... and still one of my "top 10 of all time" movies:

<b>THE THIRD MAN</b>

ytrez
10-04-04, 06:46 AM
I believe it was This is Spinal Tap, which I got for about $11 new online. One of my first online DVD purchases. I think the second was Silence of the Lambs which I got for 33 cents in the 800.com 3 for $1 deal. Those were the days.

jrobinson
10-04-04, 07:00 AM
Hard Boiled, which I was able to obtain by following a thread on this forum.

Gyno Rhino
10-04-04, 07:40 AM
7th Seal

matome
10-04-04, 07:53 AM
Laserdisc: <b>Boyz In The Hood</b>

DVD: <b>Hard-Boiled</b>

steebo777
10-04-04, 08:17 AM
Brazil.

Richard Malloy
10-04-04, 08:26 AM
"Andrei Rublev"

Not only was it my first Criterion, but it was the reason I bought a DVD player. I was wandering through Tower Records (used to be on Newbury Street, Boston), and saw it. I was like "whaa...?" It was cheap compared to the LDs I'd always considered beyond my means, and promised to be better than my old VHS. I bought it.

A few days later, I bought my first DVD player. A Pioneer DV-414, which is still working liking a champ in the second bedroom system.

rexinnih
10-04-04, 08:41 AM
Hard Boiled.

eedoon
10-04-04, 08:49 AM
Originally posted by marty888
June 2000 ... also one of my first DVDs ... and one my first VHS tapes in the 1980's.... and still one of my "top 10 of all time" movies:

<b>THE THIRD MAN</b>

That's my first Criterion too! Bought it on 2001, however.

mikewendt
10-04-04, 08:54 AM
Hard Boiled

Ginwen
10-04-04, 09:03 AM
Brazil. Also my first DVD.

Nefarious
10-04-04, 09:33 AM
The Seven Samurai

The tougher question for me would be remembering the 2nd, 3rd, and so on. I do remember the 1st though :)

buckee1
10-04-04, 09:34 AM
Kwaidan

NaturalMystic79
10-04-04, 09:36 AM
Robocop. It's also my only one.

garolo
10-04-04, 09:37 AM
Yojimbo and Sanjuro

Austin54
10-04-04, 09:37 AM
Royal Tenebaums
(An exBB. I didn't realize it until much later.)
Austin

clappj
10-04-04, 09:45 AM
I bought Brazil over four years ago.

dom56
10-04-04, 09:48 AM
My very first Criterion is Blade Runner on laserdisc.

The first on DVD I believe is Seven Samurai.

spazz276
10-04-04, 10:02 AM
Silence of the Lambs

wordtoyamotha
10-04-04, 10:07 AM
Silence of the Lambs

Talkin2Phil
10-04-04, 10:15 AM
Solaris

whaaat
10-04-04, 10:38 AM
Brazil

timmy o'toole
10-04-04, 11:01 AM
Sid & Nancy
Tokyo Drifter

Josh H
10-04-04, 11:03 AM
Chasing Amy.

H.E Pennypacker
10-04-04, 11:35 AM
Dead Ringers that I bought while still in print some time ago.

Maxflier
10-04-04, 11:44 AM
Seven Samurai was my first and only Criterion.

Joe Molotov
10-04-04, 11:54 AM
I think it was Brazil.

Ojam
10-04-04, 12:01 PM
The Rock

Damed
10-04-04, 12:02 PM
The Royal Tenenbaums

mjlukich
10-04-04, 12:11 PM
Hard Boiled

Laser Movies
10-04-04, 12:18 PM
My first Criterion was Silence Of The Lambs which I purchased on 12/12/99. I think I remember also getting Brazil at the same time but ended up selling it later because I didn't like the movie. I got both DVDs during the Reel coupons and Brandsforless rebate days.

lisadoris
10-04-04, 12:24 PM
Silence of the Lambs. I got it when I first started collecting and before I even knew what Criterion was.

OldBoy
10-04-04, 12:41 PM
first was "Armaggedon"...though i didn't know it was Criterion or even what Criterion meant at the time (not that it really means anything)...this was before i began taking collecting somewhat seriously.

The Exister
10-04-04, 12:49 PM
Fiend Without a Face, IIRC.

DGibFen
10-04-04, 01:00 PM
Traffic

Mondo Kane
10-04-04, 01:03 PM
Brazil

B.A.
10-04-04, 01:08 PM
Armageddon

obscurelabel
10-04-04, 01:08 PM
Black Narcissus

Bought before I had a player because it is my favorite movie. Paid $39.99 at Tower Records (before I knew a thing about on-line discounters). Still worth every penny.

QuikSilver
10-04-04, 01:08 PM
Chasing Amy

Comics
10-04-04, 01:25 PM
8 1/2, and it was last week. I'm a poor student who only recently got into collecting, but I've seen/rented alot of Criterions. :)

JustInsane
10-04-04, 01:47 PM
Robocop

Fartface
10-04-04, 02:21 PM
I thinks it was 'Grand Illusion', but it's been a long time.

Father Karras
10-04-04, 02:38 PM
Put me down for "The Silence of the Lambs" as my first Criterion.

jessebo
10-04-04, 05:11 PM
Originally posted by Mr. Self Destruct
Silence of the Lambs

darqleo
10-04-04, 05:26 PM
It was on laserdisc, John Woo's THE KILLER CAV edition

Dabaomb
10-04-04, 05:36 PM
The Rock. I got it cuz it was mis-priced at Media Play for $14.99 and was able to PM it to Circuit City.

paul dd
10-04-04, 08:35 PM
Chasing Amy.

cfloyd3
10-04-04, 08:47 PM
I wouldn't hold me to this but I believe it was Down by Law.

One of my favorite DVD's and movies.

Kerborus
10-04-04, 08:54 PM
Last Temptation of Christ.

eisenreich
10-04-04, 09:00 PM
The Royal Tenenbaums, first and only

Crazee4DVDs
10-04-04, 10:48 PM
My first Criterion was; The Blob, received it as a Christmas gift in 2000.

Heartagram
10-04-04, 11:02 PM
It was Chasing Amy. At the time i didnt even know what Criterion was, I always thought to myself "why the hell is there a #75 on the spine of this DVD".

SPiRAL
10-04-04, 11:12 PM
Sid & Nancy

dollfins1
10-05-04, 12:49 AM
Chasing Amy

eau
10-05-04, 12:51 AM
Armageddon

Bill Needle
10-05-04, 01:05 AM
Seven Samurai

Got_Criterion
10-05-04, 07:02 AM
LD: David Fincher's The Game
DVD: John Woo's The Killer... which I sold and am now desperate trying to find a copy for under $150! lol

If you wanna know the second (which i still own!) :

AMARACORD

ftsoh
10-05-04, 09:26 AM
The Lady Vanishes and The 39 Steps are the Criterion DVDs I first bought back in 2001.

dick_grayson
10-05-04, 09:28 AM
Rushmore

rfduncan
10-05-04, 09:31 AM
Got 3 for 2 from Spree.com back in the day:

Seven Samurai
A Night to Remember
This is Spinal Tap

brooke789
10-05-04, 08:14 PM
Originally posted by brizz
Rushmore....before I knew what a Criterion was. It was in that infamous High Fidelity two-pac at Sam's for $25 :)

This was my first Criterion as well and I got it in the same two pack.

sykotic
10-05-04, 09:43 PM
Silence of the Lambs or Robocop. Can't remember which was purchased first.

Concorde
10-05-04, 09:46 PM
Star Wars.... yea right.

Rushmore. Love that damn movie!

Hokeyboy
10-05-04, 10:01 PM
On Laserdisc? 2001: A Space Odyssey. I think it was 1994.

On DVD? Seven Samurai. July, 1998. The original edition with the restoration doc.

Hopeful projection for Blu-Ray? The Films of Val Lewton box set. :D

Dazed
10-05-04, 10:53 PM
It was either Robocop or Armageddon :D

oneness
10-05-04, 11:16 PM
Life of Brian

great movie, great dvd

shawagg
10-06-04, 01:51 AM
Originally posted by cfloyd3
I wouldn't hold me to this but I believe it was Down by Law.

One of my favorite DVD's and movies.

I got that too! I love that movie.

You scream I scream we all scream for ice cream!

RevKarl
10-06-04, 03:29 AM
Bought my first two at the same time from DVDPlanet:

The Importance of Being Earnest
The Ruling Class

Sepulture
10-06-04, 04:30 AM
Originally posted by Boondock Saint
The Rock. Didn't even know there was anything special about "Criterion" then either. Must have been 3 years ago now. Still haven't opened it. Keep meaning to.

Same here, except I got mine this year and it was a used copy.

slowcloud
10-06-04, 04:40 AM
The Last Temptation of Christ or Brazil. Forget which came first.

Calculon
10-06-04, 05:26 AM
Seven Samurai

Region 0

DeeKay
10-06-04, 01:05 PM
Charade - the first one

DrDVD
10-06-04, 01:27 PM
Brazil

duse
10-06-04, 02:08 PM
I can't believe nobody mentioned The Beastie Boys, although I'm not sure it's a really popular title. The ABSOLUTE ONLY REASON I bought a DVD player in the first place. I remember it was delayed, so I held off buying a player. I remember telling my wife when it came out "I'm not going to buy many DVDs, just only special movies." Although I really don't have a big collection now, especially compared to those on this site.

BigDan
10-06-04, 02:44 PM
Originally posted by DeeKay
Charade - the first one

Same here. Charade is one of my favorite films, so I wanted a copy. I noticed there were a couple of versions of it out there. After doing some online research, I went with the Criterion despite the higher price figuring the quality would be better than with any other version.

I got it some time in 2001, pretty soon after I got my DVD player.

AndyCapps
10-06-04, 03:15 PM
Armageddon

BLee
10-06-04, 03:15 PM
Seven Samuari and Samuari 1
That was while ago...
sweet movies

acostigan
10-06-04, 03:33 PM
Armageddon

Teknomaagi
10-07-04, 09:37 AM
Brazil, summer of 2000.

Cartload
10-07-04, 11:37 AM
RoboCop, February 1999.

Dr. DVD
10-07-04, 11:49 AM
Robocop, August 1999.

Bandit03
10-07-04, 12:09 PM
Armageddon

Scotts35
10-07-04, 12:51 PM
Armageddon

tofu
10-07-04, 01:36 PM
Seven Samurai

roger_d
10-07-04, 05:15 PM
The Seventh Seal

speedy1961
10-07-04, 07:42 PM
RoboCop followed by Silence of the Lambs

naitram
10-08-04, 11:57 AM
The Killer - bought at Best Buy in '98 or so?

RDYoung
10-08-04, 11:59 AM
Silence of the Lambs. First DVD I purchased ever, On Halloween, 1998, I think.

BeckysBoy
10-08-04, 02:15 PM
Originally posted by darkside
This is Spinal Tap. Didn't even know what the Criterion Collection was. Shows the importance of having some more mainstream films in the collection.

Ditto. :)

Cygnet74
10-08-04, 03:01 PM
LaserDisc: Taxi Driver and Raging Bull (bought at same time and still own them for their commentary tracks)

DVD: The Last Temptation of Christ and Brazil (bought at same time)

paradicelost
10-08-04, 03:10 PM
Halloween on Laser
Silence of the lambs or Robocop on dvd. I know i got Robocop the day it came out, but i'm still not sure which came first. I know i got Spinal Tap soon after and gave the thing away to a friend(this was before i knew what ebay was.)

TylerDurden_73
10-08-04, 03:24 PM
Silence of the Lambs CC and Robocop CC

JLB
10-08-04, 03:27 PM
Armageddon
The Rock
SOTL

king3style
10-08-04, 07:43 PM
Charade

Hammer99
10-08-04, 07:54 PM
LD: Citizen Kane (CLV)
DVD: The Bank Dick.

TheKing
10-08-04, 11:57 PM
I bought 3 Criterions very early in my DVD collecting days.

Armageddon was my first (#6 overall)
RoboCop was second (#11 overall)
Chasing Amy was third (#14 overall)

I then went a while before I bought Straw Dogs (#500 overall)

wolverine1028
10-09-04, 12:43 AM
Sanjuro

visitor Q
10-09-04, 12:46 AM
Hard Boiled and thirty strong since ....

calhoun07
10-09-04, 01:03 AM
Brazil.

porieux
10-09-04, 01:08 AM
This is Spinal Tap Criterion. Got it for $15.99. Still have it.

Twiggystar
10-09-04, 03:15 AM
It was either, Chasing Amy or That Obscure Object of Desire.

Bunuel, Bunuel why can't criterion release more of his movies. Does anyone know anything about it?

Thanks :-)

rsa
10-09-04, 05:25 AM
First = Brazil
Second, and last = Life of Brian

Though I've ended up with some R4 re-packaged Criterions (Chasing Amy, Armageddon).

Only other one I'm after if I can find it at the right price is Seven Samurai. Though I'm sure once I've got that I'll need his other Criterions.

Brett C
10-09-04, 06:26 AM
Silence Of The Lambs followed by Robocop.

HotThang
10-09-04, 10:33 AM
Lord of the Flies followed by Silence of the Lambs. I, too, had no idea that Criterions were such a big deal. Just got the movies because I liked them. :-)

Sam

Mr. Cornell
10-09-04, 03:08 PM
Mine was Seven Samurai.

MBoyd
10-09-04, 07:22 PM
Brazil. I had wanted the LD, I couldnt believe it was like a $100 cheaper.

anya
10-10-04, 12:28 PM
Seven Samurai.
I watched it twice since, but I still have to listen to the commentary - shame.

neocheddar02
10-12-05, 03:06 AM
Seven Samurai, though I got Insomnia a few days later. I haven't picked another one up since.

InnocentBlood
10-12-05, 04:05 AM
mine was Armageddon - bought it back in 2001 :) i think i bought it together with The Rock... from Digital Eyes...

Shagrath
10-12-05, 05:42 AM
On dvd, I believe it would be Robocop.
On LD, I think it was probably Hard Boiled.

ytrez
10-12-05, 07:19 AM
This is Spinal Tap

NatrlBornThrllr
10-12-05, 07:26 AM
Seventh Seal

Dogville
10-12-05, 07:32 AM
Do The Right Thing!!

illennium
10-12-05, 07:35 AM
My first was Diabolique, about 4 years ago. I now have around 105.

jpfisher
10-12-05, 07:39 AM
I'm fairly certain it was The Seven Samurai, back in '99. Currently at 239 on hand with the October 25th titles pre-ordered.

-- Jim

Tyler_Durden
10-12-05, 07:40 AM
Mine was Robocop, and it was also one of my first DVDs. Now that I think of it, this was a damn cool thing to own in Finland back in May 1999, because very few people had a DVD player and hardly anyone had even seen the complete <i>theatrical</i> cut of Robocop (the Finnish VHS release was heavily edited). I still cherish the release, and refuse to get the MGM because of the truncated aspect ratio.

speedyray
10-12-05, 07:55 AM
Mine was Armageddon. It was I think my first DVD purchase - I had gotten the others as gifts along with my player. And though I know how many of you feel, I like that movie.

cleaver
10-12-05, 07:58 AM
Silence of the Lambs. Back in the no minimum $10 off heydey of DVD buying it was the only one that interested me.

Geofferson
10-12-05, 08:13 AM
Silence of the Lambs CC and Robocop CC
Same here.

Jazzbutcher
10-12-05, 08:29 AM
Time Bandits/Brazil purchased the same day during "Nobody Beats the Wiz" going out of business sale.

darkhawk
10-12-05, 08:58 AM
Pygmalion

Bob Loblaw
10-12-05, 09:06 AM
Hard Boiled: originally saw a video of the laserdisc and was blown away. The movie still stands the test of time as the greatest gunplay action scenes ever. Woo the man.

PopcornTreeCt
10-12-05, 10:11 AM
Wow this is an old thread. Amazing how my tastes have changed. I remember buying Chasing Amy and Clerks both the same day at Best Buy. I absolutely loved them both and watched them numerous times. Nowadays, I can never see myself ever watching a new Kevin Smith movie again.

chsidwel
10-12-05, 11:23 AM
Picked up Time Bandits and Silence of the Lambs in November of 1999 from reel.com.

pagansoul
10-12-05, 11:58 AM
I purchased Seven Samurai (#2) and Beauty and the Beast (#6) at the same time very early 1998. The last one purchased was Ikiru (#221). I only have about 30 of them.

mattressman
10-12-05, 11:58 AM
I think my first was probably the Royal Tenenbaums. I saw it at Blockbuster for $9.99 pre-viewed and thought it was a steal. nowadays its pretty easy to come by.

Caliking
10-12-05, 01:27 PM
seven samurai!

critterdvd
10-12-05, 02:04 PM
I only actually own two.... my first was "Silence of the Lambs" and my second one is "My Own Private Idaho"

royal
10-12-05, 02:08 PM
Chasing Amy followed by Royal Tenenbaums and Traffic.

Johnny Boy
10-12-05, 02:09 PM
I bought four at the same time. Braveheart, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Exorcist (the version you've never seen), and Goodfellas in 2003. Hell of a late start.

I only have 84 Dvds, which I actually thought was a large collection.. until I went on the internet and found Dvdtalk.com and saw YOU peoples ogre-sized collections! Nice site.

IanH
10-12-05, 02:24 PM
Silence of the Lambs CC and Sid and Nancy CC.

dago2727
10-12-05, 02:36 PM
Only have 2:

My 1st was Chasing Amy, the 2nd was The Rock.

had no idea what Criterions were when I got them

onabudget
10-12-05, 02:51 PM
LD: Seven (cost me ~$120 back then -eek- )

DVD: Seven samurai

Njl
10-12-05, 03:11 PM
Laserdisc: Not sure, I got the Vengeance Is Mine directly from Criterion (they would also sell directly back then, even to overseas. Got an official Criterion T-Shirt with printed signatures from the directors they'd released films by as a gift), and I already had one or two already.
DVD: I had Seven Samurai (v1), Beauty and the Beast (v1), Hard Boiled, The Killer all on preorder, so the one that was actually released first.

teamwinfan
10-12-05, 03:17 PM
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. My girlfriend bought it for me after a fight.

kitkat
10-12-05, 03:49 PM
I bought Battle of Algiers, Spartacus, and Slacker at my first big DDD sale.

Skoobooz
10-12-05, 04:09 PM
Brazil: CC. My girlfriend bought it for me.

Lemdog
10-12-05, 04:37 PM
I don't remember, maybe chasing amy.

The Ferret
10-12-05, 04:58 PM
The Third Man followed by 8 1/2 and The Seventh Seal (regretfully, haven't even watched it yet).

I got the three of them for a total of $100 CND... and that's on EBAY. They're too expensive for me, which is too bad since there's so many of them I want (mostly everything Kurosawa).

Charlie_Chaplin
10-12-05, 06:37 PM
The Third Man in 2004

Ianscloset
10-13-05, 01:23 AM
The Royal Tenenbaums

Ianscloset
10-13-05, 01:24 AM
The Royal Tenenbaums

Rockmjd23
10-13-05, 01:55 AM
Flesh For Frankenstein #27
Have since bought:
Man Bites Dog #165
Naked Lunch #220
Videodrome #248
The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou #300

RichardW
10-13-05, 09:25 AM
This is Spinal Tap

digitalfreaknyc
10-13-05, 09:27 AM
Blade Runner

DVD King
10-13-05, 09:35 AM
seven samurai

Shagrath
10-13-05, 09:42 AM
All these Criterion threads got me curious how my collection has grown this year. At the beginning of the year, I decided I was going to try to get the entire collection, not because of the spine numbers, but because the films rarely disappoint.

I took a look at DVDProfiler this morning, and as of 12/31/2004, I had a whopping 16. Jumping forward to my most recent addition on 10/11, I'm up to 159.