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Old 01-22-12, 07:11 AM   #126
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Re: Post pics of your DVD collection and HT, Part 13

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Don't judge me...

Half expected to see customers milling about and a cash register in the corner...

Damn, that's alot of DVDs!


Makes my paultry 589 look like a tertiary consideration... -kd5-
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Old 01-22-12, 03:59 PM   #127
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Here is what my girlfriend got me for Christmas!



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I don't know WHERE in these shelves am i going to put these new additions!




This is my new revamped set up! I included the figurines i got for Christmas and my b-day in this.



This is my glass case.



Changed it around a little, added my new Transformers dudes and changed the Cole and Nate Drake to the bottom.



Close up of my Transformers corner (i'm going to add the Ultimate Trilogy blu-ray set on there when i get it next week!)



Added the Kotobukiya Supergirl to my Superman corner, she looks great!



Added another Black and White Batman in there



Overview of my completely revamped last shelf



Close up of my Watchmen corner with added Dr Manhattan and Rorschach



Close up of my brand new Shaun, Predator and T-800!



Added an Iron Man Mark V Bust and the Iron Man Steelbook(which i had forever but just remember to put next to the main man himself :P)
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Old 01-23-12, 11:27 PM   #128
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Don't judge me...
Where did you get that darth maul in the last pic (I'm assuming that's darth mail you placed next to darth vadar)
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Old 01-26-12, 10:16 AM   #129
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Don't judge me...
I recognize a bunch of the same stuff I have.

I'm in the middle of shelving everything again in my theater room, along with reorganizing the room setup/layout. I've managed to get all my DVDs on the shelf and I'm up to G on blu-rays. I think I'll only be able to fit the H on the remaining space on that rack. I think I'll need to bring in a bookshelf till I get something better for the rest of them.

The nice thing about the ceiling being vaulted, as it is, is that it lets me hide boxes of VHS and old game stuff behind those shelves without it being too hideous.

The bad thing about that vaulted ceiling is that I've hit my head on it more than I care to count.

















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That sloped wall really fucks up your shelf space. I can relate.
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Old 01-28-12, 04:52 PM   #131
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Great collections as always guys.
I was browsing the old threads and looking the collections and was thinking of the old time and old posters and one of them I remember was a huge fan of collecting who at that time seemed very proud of his movies, but he stopped posting years ago, right now I don't remember his name he used to call his collection THE VAULT.
Somebody knows what happened to him and his passion for movies.
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Old 01-29-12, 04:55 PM   #132
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That sloped wall really fucks up your shelf space. I can relate.
Especially when I ended up having to bring in a bookshelf for the rest of the blu-rays. I had to put it against the back wall. Way too tall to put against the sloped wall unless I wanted it out in the middle of the room.

We have a few of the same bookcases, another in a bedroom and one in the garage and I ended up having to cannibalize a few of their shelves to get everything on this one.

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Old 01-29-12, 06:08 PM   #133
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I wish the quality was better but I took these with my iPod Touch camera.

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Old 01-29-12, 07:57 PM   #134
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Where did you get that darth maul in the last pic (I'm assuming that's darth mail you placed next to darth vadar)
Good question, man. It's been several years (probably 5+), so I can't remember exactly. I believe it's this same figure though, if it helps:

http://www.mwctoys.com/REVIEW_031208a.htm

Awesome setup, Jonno2006. I really like the glass case and collectible items. I'd like to reorganize to have some of the shelf slots holding collectibles and their corresponding movie(s), but I just don't have the space for that until I can dump a bunch of movies, unfortunately.
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Old 01-29-12, 07:58 PM   #135
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Half expected to see customers milling about and a cash register in the corner...

Damn, that's alot of DVDs!


Makes my paultry 589 look like a tertiary consideration... -kd5-
I wish I only had 589. I'm fortunate to have been able to amass such a collection, but I really wish I didn't have so many. All the money that's gone into it and the space it takes up, it's more of a burden than anything.
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Old 01-30-12, 05:22 AM   #136
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You guys make me feel like my collection is tiny and insignificant.
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Old 01-30-12, 10:13 AM   #137
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You guys make me feel like my collection is tiny and insignificant.
Some of us have had years and years to collect stuff. I've been collecting movies since I got my first VCR, so that almost 3 decades. Granted, there wasn't a whole lot of collecting at the beginning but Godzilla vs Megalon was my start.
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Old 01-30-12, 10:32 AM   #138
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Seems to me that action figures are way more space-consuming than DVDs.


Anyway, here's my living room wall:




And let's not forget the VHS shelves:


Or the books:
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Old 01-30-12, 11:20 AM   #139
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Some of us have had years and years to collect stuff. I've been collecting movies since I got my first VCR, so that almost 3 decades. Granted, there wasn't a whole lot of collecting at the beginning but Godzilla vs Megalon was my start.
I've been collecting for about 5 years. xD My parents and I had VHS tapes until from around 1996-2003, because for some reason until 5-6 years ago I kinda stopped watching movies.
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Seems to me that action figures are way more space-consuming than DVDs.
I complain more about box sets that come in bulky or non-standard cases(Fraggle Rock, The Flinstones, Planet of the Apes). I used to like fancy cases but now I need the space. Given the choice, I go with the smallest option for a set.
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Old 02-03-12, 09:14 PM   #141
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Disregard the horse, it's my moms. She told me the only way I could over run the living room with movies was if I worked around the horse. And yes, the Fozzy CD is signed by Chris Jericho. Also I put the Iron Man 2 soundtrack on top of the entertainment center because I thought the case is really cool. I'd love to get some feedback from you guy.

















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Old 02-06-12, 05:48 PM   #142
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Not actually my collection, but you get the point.

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Old 02-08-12, 12:17 AM   #143
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^I fell off my chair laughing at that one!
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Old 02-17-12, 01:09 PM   #144
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I know this is a DVD thread, but I was wondering where some of you get your poster frames, figurines (especially that large Sauron one, how much was that and where did you get it?), DVD shelves, etc. Everyone seems to have nice poster frames; was wondering where you get them and the average prices you guys spend. I'd like to get the kind of stuff you guys have, but I don't have a large amount to spend. I got a few poster frames a few years ago from Walmart, but they're shit. Also I wonder where you get those movie figurines; The ones I see at DVD stores are way overpriced; I imagine that Sauron figurine would cost $300-500 at the stores around I live by. Is that what you guys are generally spending for your collectibles, or do you know some well-priced places to shop? If you guys are spending $100s of dollars, I guess that stuff is out of my league for amount of disposable income. I'd appreciate any advice, thanks.
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Old 02-17-12, 04:56 PM   #145
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If you're asking about my Sauron, it's from Sideshow. No clue if they're still selling it or for how much, I bought it several years ago.
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It took a little over 3 weeks but I just filled up the bookcase and have about a shelf sized overflow of movies. My wife has some cube storage things she bought for something else that I plan on stealing for my own needs, much like the bookcase I brought in.

The cubes will fit under the slanted walls and may give me some space to put some box sets on. I already don't have room for all the box sets, so they've been sitting on the floor.

You know you have a lot of movies when you get a title that starts with A or B that you add to the shelf. As you start adjusting everything down the line, you hit some box sets that were at the end of the shelf. That starts an avalanche of more movies you have to slide down and soon you're near the end and having to slide 15 movies or so, just because you added the one. Takes me about 30 minutes just to add in one movie sometimes.
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My TV/Home theater and comparably small movie collection

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Old 02-25-12, 04:07 PM   #148
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These are good pictures and bring back memories before kids. Now I have placed all of my DVDs in Case Logic Binders. What took up multiple shelves and floor space in my home, now takes up a single shelf in my office. Each book holds about 100 DVDs and is alphabetized making it easy to find a flick.
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These are good pictures and bring back memories before kids. Now I have placed all of my DVDs in Case Logic Binders. What took up multiple shelves and floor space in my home, now takes up a single shelf in my office. Each book holds about 100 DVDs and is alphabetized making it easy to find a flick.
I only have 400+ along with a couple dozen shows and I use the Meritline hanging file cases to save space (cover art place elsewhere) very limited space ad it was just not appealing having it out.

There are some nicely organized collections above.
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Old 02-26-12, 08:49 AM   #150
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I decided to update my pics, this will probably be how they stay for awhile, my DVD budget has vanished...



A to S:





S to Z:





Watched on this:





The Room (left view):





The Room (right view):






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