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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
Make a list of all the DVDs that you own (unless it's a mammoth list in size and would take to long, in which case, keep walking)

This applies to genuine copies only (shop-bought, not downloaded and put on disc or pirate copies.......not that anyone here would think of such a thing).
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#1
Here's my list (it didn't take me one long sitting to make, i just add to it whenever i buy a new DVD). I'm quite proud of it. I like films, can you tell!? (this is actually mine and my partner's DVDs combined but what's mine is hers and vice versa)


Alien Quadrilogy
Band Of Brothers Box Set
Star Wars IV-VI
The Chronicles Of Narnia (BBC)
IT Crowd (Series 1 & 2)
The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring Extended Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Extended Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King Extended Edition
The Matrix Box Set
Terminator Tilogy
Creating The Lord Of The Rings Symphony
Gollum
Shrek 1 & 2
Back to The Future (1, 2 & 3)
Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
Cube
Cube 2 - Hypercube
Cube Zero
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters 2
Hot Shots! & Hot Shots! Part Deux
My Girl
My Girl 2
Pirates Of The Carribean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl
Pirates Of The Carribean 2: Dead Man's Chest
Problem Child 1, 2 & 3
Saw
Saw 2
Spider-man
Spider-man 2
Spider-man 3
Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Star Wars, Episode II - Attack Of The Clones
Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith
The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Ultimatum
Pitch Black
The Chronicles Of Riddick
The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring Theatrical Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Theatrical Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King Theatrical Edition
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns
The Ring
The Ring 2
Miracle On 34th Street/ Jingle All The Way
Bugsy Malone
Flight Of The Navigator
It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie
Mary Poppins
The Blue Bird
The Muppet Christmas Carrol
The Polar Express
Apollo 13
Casper
Contact
Dragonheart
Elf
Eragon
Fantastic 4
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within
Godzilla
Groundhog Day
Jumanji
Maid In Manhattan
Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves
Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow
Super Mario Bros
The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
Batman Begins
Deep Impact
Hellboy
Hulk
Independance Day
King Kong
Lady In The Water
Minority Report
Ocean's Eleven
Planet Of The Apes
The Core
The Day After Tomorrow
The Haunting
The Village
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Titanic
Transformers
Van Helsing
300
Alien Vs Predator
Armageddon
Behind Enemy Lines
Black Hawk Down
Braveheart
Constantine
Crash
Daredevil
Doom
I, Robot
Kindergarten Cop
King Arthur
Kingdom Of Heaven
Panic Room
Pan's Labrynth
Saving Private Ryan
Serenity
Silent Hill
Speed
The Blair Witch Project
The Butterfly Effect
The Faculty
The Full Monty
The Shawshank Redemption
The Thin Red Line
Troy
Underworld
What Dreams May Come
28 Days Later
A History Of Violence
End Of Days
Gangs Of New York
Hellraiser
Hostel
The Green Mile
The Passion Of The Christ
The Time Machine
Ghost Ship
The Core
Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park: The Lost World
Jurassic Park 3
The 13th Warrior
X-Men
X-Men 2
X3 - The Last Stand
Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Red Dragon
The Silence Of The Lambs
Hannibal
Blade
Blade II
Blade Trinity
Resident Evil
Resident Evil - Apocalypse
Kill Bill Volume 1
Kill Bill Volume 2
Austin Powers - International Man Of Mystery
Austin Powers In the Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers - Goldmember
Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bill And Ted's Bogus Journey
Legally Blonde
Legally Blonde 2
Meet The Parents
Meet The Fockers
Ace Ventura - Pet Detective
Ace Ventura - When Nature Calls
The Wizard Of Oz
Return To Oz
Hook/ Annie/ Oliver
Finding Nemo
James And The Giant Peach
Monsters Inc
Nanny McPhee
Santa Claus - The Movie
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
The Rugrats Movie
The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
Wily Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
A Cinderella Story
A Knights Tale
Big
Billy Madison
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Corpse Bride
Death Becomes Her
Edward Scissorhands
Finding Neverland
Freaky Friday
Hocus Pocus
Honey
Just Like Heaven
Lemony Snicket's "A Series Of Unfortunate Events"
Now & Then
School Of Rock
Splash
The Fifth Element
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants
Twins
Wayne's World
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
10 Things I Hate About You
Bruce Almighty
Cast Away
Clueless
Happy Gilmore
Just Married
Lara Croft - Tomb Raider
Liar Liar
Meet Joe Black
Moulin Rouge
Never Been Kissed
Ocean's Eleven
Pleasantville
Romeo & Juliet
Save The Last Dance
Shallow Hal
The Hot Chick
To Kill A Mockingbird
xXx
8 Mile
Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Anger Management
Baseketball
Beetlejuice
Billy Elliot
Cruel Intentions
Dogma
Donnie Darko
Dude, Where's My Car?
Footloose
Ghost World
Girl, Interupted
Gremlins
House Of Wax
Lee Evans - Wired And Wonderful: Live At Wembley
Lee Evans - XL Tour
Mean Machine
Me, Myself And Irene
Mr. And Mrs. Smith
Notting Hill
Phonebooth
Romy And Michelle's High School Reunion
Shakespeare In Love
Shaun Of The Dead
Sleepy Hollow
Stir Crazy
Super Troopers
Swordfish
The Amityville Horror
The Fast And The Furious
The Grudge
The Last Samurai
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The stepford Wives
V For Vendetta
White Noise
A Clockwork Orange
Chasing Amy
Crank
Devil's Advocate
Fight Club
Freddy Vs. Jason
From Hell
Full Metal Jacket
Idle Hands
Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back
Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels
Mallrats
Reservoir Dogs
Seven
Sin City
Snatch
The Exorcist
The Shining
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Bottom - Mindless Violence
Comic Relief Does Little Britain Live
Little Britain - The Comic Relief Special
#2
shaun of the dead
hot fuzz
airplane 1 and 2
naked gun 1,2 and 3
hot shots and hot shots part deux
ricky gervais animals, politics, fame
jimmy carr live stand up
alan partridge series 1 and 2
family guy seasons 1-5
futurama full box set

looking at urs i think i download too much :whistling:
#3
Debbie Does Dallas
#4
hottoshop
Debbie Does Dallas


:w00t:
#5
You forgot the ones under the bed in the brown bag ;-)
#6
You have become quite the spammer and intruder in to peoples lives, if the faces dont quite match you look through there dvds to make sure its the person your after.
#7
Jeeeeez hypnoticstate!!!

How the hell do you have time to watch them ?!??

Can i borrow hostel please... :-D
#8
hottoshop
Debbie Does Dallas


Hotto, im disgusted !!!!! :x :w00t: :x :w00t:

(any chance of a copy?) :whistling:
#9
Right...here goes... in no particular order- just as they appear on the shelf...

Dr Dolittle
Little Britain
Bridget Jones diary
The Man Who Sued God
Ant & Decs Saturday Night
Calendar Girls
Scum ( actually signed cover by Ray Winstone!!)
Quadrophenia
Halloween
Creep
Pirates of the Carribean 1
Lost boxset
WWE No Way OUt 2005
Billabong Odyssey
The Beach Boys Live at Knebworth
Freddie Got Fingered
Beach Boys Good Vibrations Tour
A Tribute to Brian Wilson
The Descent


and a few pornos....

Pretty **** collection I know but hey- i'm a busy bloke & I'm not really inta watching films.
#10
hypnoticstate
Here's my list (it didn't take me one long sitting to make, i just add to it whenever i buy a new DVD). I'm quite proud of it. I like films, can you tell!? (this is actually mine and my partner's DVDs combined but what's mine is hers and vice versa)


Alien Quadrilogy
Band Of Brothers Box Set
Star Wars IV-VI
The Chronicles Of Narnia (BBC)
IT Crowd (Series 1 & 2)
The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring Extended Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Extended Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King Extended Edition
The Matrix Box Set
Terminator Tilogy
Creating The Lord Of The Rings Symphony
Gollum
Shrek 1 & 2
Back to The Future (1, 2 & 3)
Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
Cube
Cube 2 - Hypercube
Cube Zero
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters 2
Hot Shots! & Hot Shots! Part Deux
My Girl
My Girl 2
Pirates Of The Carribean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl
Pirates Of The Carribean 2: Dead Man's Chest
Problem Child 1, 2 & 3
Saw
Saw 2
Spider-man
Spider-man 2
Spider-man 3
Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Star Wars, Episode II - Attack Of The Clones
Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith
The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Ultimatum
Pitch Black
The Chronicles Of Riddick
The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring Theatrical Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Theatrical Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King Theatrical Edition
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns
The Ring
The Ring 2
Miracle On 34th Street/ Jingle All The Way
Bugsy Malone
Flight Of The Navigator
It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie
Mary Poppins
The Blue Bird
The Muppet Christmas Carrol
The Polar Express
Apollo 13
Casper
Contact
Dragonheart
Elf
Eragon
Fantastic 4
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within
Godzilla
Groundhog Day
Jumanji
Maid In Manhattan
Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves
Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow
Super Mario Bros
The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
Batman Begins
Deep Impact
Hellboy
Hulk
Independance Day
King Kong
Lady In The Water
Minority Report
Ocean's Eleven
Planet Of The Apes
The Core
The Day After Tomorrow
The Haunting
The Village
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Titanic
Transformers
Van Helsing
300
Alien Vs Predator
Armageddon
Behind Enemy Lines
Black Hawk Down
Braveheart
Constantine
Crash
Daredevil
Doom
I, Robot
Kindergarten Cop
King Arthur
Kingdom Of Heaven
Panic Room
Pan's Labrynth
Saving Private Ryan
Serenity
Silent Hill
Speed
The Blair Witch Project
The Butterfly Effect
The Faculty
The Full Monty
The Shawshank Redemption
The Thin Red Line
Troy
Underworld
What Dreams May Come
28 Days Later
A History Of Violence
End Of Days
Gangs Of New York
Hellraiser
Hostel
The Green Mile
The Passion Of The Christ
The Time Machine
Ghost Ship
The Core
Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park: The Lost World
Jurassic Park 3
The 13th Warrior
X-Men
X-Men 2
X3 - The Last Stand
Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Red Dragon
The Silence Of The Lambs
Hannibal
Blade
Blade II
Blade Trinity
Resident Evil
Resident Evil - Apocalypse
Kill Bill Volume 1
Kill Bill Volume 2
Austin Powers - International Man Of Mystery
Austin Powers In the Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers - Goldmember
Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bill And Ted's Bogus Journey
Legally Blonde
Legally Blonde 2
Meet The Parents
Meet The Fockers
Ace Ventura - Pet Detective
Ace Ventura - When Nature Calls
The Wizard Of Oz
Return To Oz
Hook/ Annie/ Oliver
Finding Nemo
James And The Giant Peach
Monsters Inc
Nanny McPhee
Santa Claus - The Movie
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
The Rugrats Movie
The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
Wily Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
A Cinderella Story
A Knights Tale
Big
Billy Madison
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Corpse Bride
Death Becomes Her
Edward Scissorhands
Finding Neverland
Freaky Friday
Hocus Pocus
Honey
Just Like Heaven
Lemony Snicket's "A Series Of Unfortunate Events"
Now & Then
School Of Rock
Splash
The Fifth Element
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants
Twins
Wayne's World
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
10 Things I Hate About You
Bruce Almighty
Cast Away
Clueless
Happy Gilmore
Just Married
Lara Croft - Tomb Raider
Liar Liar
Meet Joe Black
Moulin Rouge
Never Been Kissed
Ocean's Eleven
Pleasantville
Romeo & Juliet
Save The Last Dance
Shallow Hal
The Hot Chick
To Kill A Mockingbird
xXx
8 Mile
Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Anger Management
Baseketball
Beetlejuice
Billy Elliot
Cruel Intentions
Dogma
Donnie Darko
Dude, Where's My Car?
Footloose
Ghost World
Girl, Interupted
Gremlins
House Of Wax
Lee Evans - Wired And Wonderful: Live At Wembley
Lee Evans - XL Tour
Mean Machine
Me, Myself And Irene
Mr. And Mrs. Smith
Notting Hill
Phonebooth
Romy And Michelle's High School Reunion
Shakespeare In Love
Shaun Of The Dead
Sleepy Hollow
Stir Crazy
Super Troopers
Swordfish
The Amityville Horror
The Fast And The Furious
The Grudge
The Last Samurai
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The stepford Wives
V For Vendetta
White Noise
A Clockwork Orange
Chasing Amy
Crank
Devil's Advocate
Fight Club
Freddy Vs. Jason
From Hell
Full Metal Jacket
Idle Hands
Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back
Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels
Mallrats
Reservoir Dogs
Seven
Sin City
Snatch
The Exorcist
The Shining
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Bottom - Mindless Violence
Comic Relief Does Little Britain Live
Little Britain - The Comic Relief Special


oh you forgot another dvd "the i have waaay too much time on my hands that ive posted all the films i own"
Think it won an oscar
#11
Hang on - a few more over here

WWE Wrestlemania 21
Beach Boys Pet Sounds Live
Porkys 1
Frankie Valli & the 4 Seasons-Oh What a Night! Live
College Girls Get It Both Ways
A clockwork Orange
Kill Bill
ET
Bullseye DVD game- does that count?


Think that's it but I will obviously endeavour to keep the forum/thread updated should i happen to find anymore lying around.
#12
dandoc2
oh you forgot another dvd "the i have waaay too much time on my hands that ive posted all the films i own"
Think it won an oscar


Did you not read my original post? This list has been compiled DVD by DVD as an when i bought them. I spent about 45 seconds making the post.
#13
Heres mine:

Quick and easy ways to kill a stalker who socially engineers pictures/videos/location and possessions lists from hapless netters.

Oh actually that doesn't count as I didn't 'buy' it, I made it:giggle:
#14
Hey hypnotic state- why don't u start a thread asking the female members to list/send photos of underwear items?

Now that would be a Thread!!!
banned#15
too many to list sorry
#16
odriscoll
You have become quite the spammer and intruder in to peoples lives, if the faces dont quite match you look through there dvds to make sure its the person your after.


Spammer? No, I've never spammed. Intruder? No, Interested in the people who i speak to online every day and their personalities.

I dabble in hypnosis as a fun hobby and that's largely a psychology thing obviously. Because of this, i obviously find "peopl-watching" interesting and trying to work out the kind of person someone is. That's probably why most of my posts are all insights in to members as people and not just names and an avatar. An image shows who you are, a video does so even better, pictures of areas people live in is also a good indicator of their environments and, as a result, their personalities which are reflected from this and even a DVD list is a great way of showing what kind of person someone is. Why do you think i said not to include DVDs that weren't shop bought? Because these could be obtained freely. If someone has bought something then it's something they've paid for an actively given something in order to obtain, meaning their personalities match with that DVD in some ways.

See? all about getting to know you people better. What have i learned so far? Almost everyone here is much friendlier and welcoming than on most forums. People are open-minded and generous. However there are a few who aren't as nice. The kind of people who get suspicious if someone wants to share a DVD list. Very questionable personalities these people have. Very untrusting. Maybe a reflection on their own personalities?
banned#17
hypnoticstate
Spammer? No, I've never spammed. Intruder? No, Interested in the people who i speak to online every day and their personalities.

I dabble in hypnosis as a fun hobby and that's largely a psychology thing obviously. Because of this, i obviously find "peopl-watching" interesting and trying to work out the kind of person someone is. That's probably why most of my posts are all insights in to members as people and not just names and an avatar. An image shows who you are, a video does so even better, pictures of areas people live in is also a good indicator of their environments and, as a result, their personalities which are reflected from this and even a DVD list is a great way of showing what kind of person someone is. Why do you think i said not to include DVDs that weren't shop bought? Because these could be obtained freely. If someone has bought something then it's something they've paid for an actively given something in order to obtain, meaning their personalities match with that DVD in some ways.

See? all about getting to know you people better. What have i learned so far? Almost everyone here is much friendlier and welcoming than on most forums. People are open-minded and generous. However there are a few who aren't as nice. The kind of people who get suspicious if someone wants to share a DVD list. Very questionable personalities these people have. Very untrusting. Maybe a reflection on their own personalities?

http://img511.imageshack.us/img511/2378/444vl0wv2.png
#18
hypnotic state, very organised i must say. well done.
#19
hottoshop
Debbie Does Dallas

http://www.ballet.co.uk/images/april/debbie_mcgee.jpghttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/b/bc/Dallas_logo.jpg/200px-Dallas_logo.jpg
#20
Fifth element = ace film:thumbsup:
#21
billyX
http://www.ballet.co.uk/images/april/debbie_mcgee.jpghttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/b/bc/Dallas_logo.jpg/200px-Dallas_logo.jpg


:lol::thumbsup:
#22
アキラ
バトル・ロワイアル 1&2
AVP
Blade 1&2
仄暗い水の底から
Ghost in the Shell
House of 1,000 Corpses
Blood: The Last Vampire
Shameless S1 & S2
Family Guy S4 &5
アテンションプリーズ
マイ★ボス マイ★ヒーロー
Dawn of the Dead
Shaun of the Dead
Resident Evil
Resident Evil: Extinction
Mean Girls
アロハロ!2 松浦亜弥
Ayumi Hamasaki ARENA TOUR 2003~2004
Ayumi Hamasaki COUNTDOWN LIVE 2005~2006
Sugar Rush S1&S2

These are my favourite DVDs to watch
#23
billyX
http://www.ballet.co.uk/images/april/debbie_mcgee.jpghttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/b/bc/Dallas_logo.jpg/200px-Dallas_logo.jpg


That's the one, don't know what the others were getting all excited about :thinking:
#24
hypnoticstate
Why do you think i said not to include DVDs that weren't shop bought? Because these could be obtained freely. If someone has bought something then it's something they've paid for an actively given something in order to obtain, meaning their personalities match with that DVD in some ways.

See? all about getting to know you people better. What have i learned so far? Almost everyone here is much friendlier and welcoming than on most forums. People are open-minded and generous. However there are a few who aren't as nice. The kind of people who get suspicious if someone wants to share a DVD list. Very questionable personalities these people have. Very untrusting. Maybe a reflection on their own personalities?


First off it takes a LOT more effort to download certain DVD's than to buy them. For example I spent months searching for a download of Breaking Glass because it's a deleted title and in dispute over release rights with the old distributor (meaning it's unlikely to get a re-release), so I don't think that's necessarily true.

As for 'Very questionable personalities these people have.', I disagree entirely. The fact is, these people KNOW the dangers of the internet and what random pieces of information can be used for. For example a good few years ago I socially engineered some random info out of somebody on MSN and scared the cr*p out of them when I told them their address, they were foolish enough to use their real name as their hotmail addy for a start......
#25
Shengis


As for 'Very questionable personalities these people have.', I disagree entirely. The fact is, these people KNOW the dangers of the internet and what random pieces of information can be used for. For example a good few years ago I socially engineered some random info out of somebody on MSN and scared the cr*p out of them when I told them their address, they were foolish enough to use their real name as their hotmail addy for a start......


Spot on Shengis. I used to play scrabble online against people from all round the world but mainly Americans. Most Americans are extremely lax with internet security and I warned a couple of players that they were putting themselves in danger.
One particular person refused to believe it so I got their permission to see what I could find out about them.
Needless to say they, like your person, were more than shocked when I provided them with details like name, address, telephone number, where they worked, details of some work they had had carried out on their house and of course a very good pic of their house. There was more as the US has a much more open system of gaining personal details but I didn;t want to appear too much of a stalker lol !

Must admit I am a litlle less secure nowadays than I used to be so maybe this thread has been a gentle reminder to be careful out there, you never know who's behind the monitor :w00t:
#26
Shengis
First off it takes a LOT more effort to download certain DVD's than to buy them. For example I spent months searching for a download of Breaking Glass because it's a deleted title and in dispute over release rights with the old distributor (meaning it's unlikely to get a re-release), so I don't think that's necessarily true.


Sheng, I can't believe i've seen someone mention this film. Do you know about the completed but unreleased sequel? IIRC it's on the wiki page. It's on my 'desperately wanted' list along with the filmed but never shown second series of 'Shane'.
banned#27
Shengis;1753011
First off it takes a LOT more effort to download certain DVD's than to buy them. For example I spent months searching for a download of Breaking Glass because it's a deleted title and in dispute over release rights with the old distributor (meaning it's unlikely to get a re-release), so I don't think that's necessarily true.

As for 'Very questionable personalities these people have.', I disagree entirely. The fact is, these people KNOW the dangers of the internet and what random pieces of information can be used for. For example a good few years ago I socially engineered some random info out of somebody on MSN and scared the cr*p out of them when I told them their address, they were foolish enough to use their real name as their hotmail addy for a start......


But, er... you... are.. really Mr Shengis aren't you?

Regards
Mr Guv

PS are you refering to Hazel O'Conner and Phil Daniels?
#28
hypnoticstate;1752435
Here's my list (it didn't take me one long sitting to make, i just add to it whenever i buy a new DVD). I'm quite proud of it. I like films, can you tell!? (this is actually mine and my partner's DVDs combined but what's mine is hers and vice versa)


Alien Quadrilogy
Band Of Brothers Box Set
Star Wars IV-VI
The Chronicles Of Narnia (BBC)
IT Crowd (Series 1 & 2)
The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring Extended Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Extended Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King Extended Edition
The Matrix Box Set
Terminator Tilogy
Creating The Lord Of The Rings Symphony
Gollum
Shrek 1 & 2
Back to The Future (1, 2 & 3)
Harry Potter And The Philosopher's Stone
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix
Cube
Cube 2 - Hypercube
Cube Zero
Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters 2
Hot Shots! & Hot Shots! Part Deux
My Girl
My Girl 2
Pirates Of The Carribean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl
Pirates Of The Carribean 2: Dead Man's Chest
Problem Child 1, 2 & 3
Saw
Saw 2
Spider-man
Spider-man 2
Spider-man 3
Star Wars, Episode I - The Phantom Menace
Star Wars, Episode II - Attack Of The Clones
Star Wars, Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith
The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Ultimatum
Pitch Black
The Chronicles Of Riddick
The Lord Of The Rings: Fellowship Of The Ring Theatrical Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers Theatrical Edition
The Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King Theatrical Edition
The Mummy
The Mummy Returns
The Ring
The Ring 2
Miracle On 34th Street/ Jingle All The Way
Bugsy Malone
Flight Of The Navigator
It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie
Mary Poppins
The Blue Bird
The Muppet Christmas Carrol
The Polar Express
Apollo 13
Casper
Contact
Dragonheart
Elf
Eragon
Fantastic 4
Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within
Godzilla
Groundhog Day
Jumanji
Maid In Manhattan
Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves
Sky Captain And The World Of Tomorrow
Super Mario Bros
The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
Batman Begins
Deep Impact
Hellboy
Hulk
Independance Day
King Kong
Lady In The Water
Minority Report
Ocean's Eleven
Planet Of The Apes
The Core
The Day After Tomorrow
The Haunting
The Village
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Titanic
Transformers
Van Helsing
300
Alien Vs Predator
Armageddon
Behind Enemy Lines
Black Hawk Down
Braveheart
Constantine
Crash
Daredevil
Doom
I, Robot
Kindergarten Cop
King Arthur
Kingdom Of Heaven
Panic Room
Pan's Labrynth
Saving Private Ryan
Serenity
Silent Hill
Speed
The Blair Witch Project
The Butterfly Effect
The Faculty
The Full Monty
The Shawshank Redemption
The Thin Red Line
Troy
Underworld
What Dreams May Come
28 Days Later
A History Of Violence
End Of Days
Gangs Of New York
Hellraiser
Hostel
The Green Mile
The Passion Of The Christ
The Time Machine
Ghost Ship
The Core
Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park: The Lost World
Jurassic Park 3
The 13th Warrior
X-Men
X-Men 2
X3 - The Last Stand
Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Final Destination 3
Red Dragon
The Silence Of The Lambs
Hannibal
Blade
Blade II
Blade Trinity
Resident Evil
Resident Evil - Apocalypse
Kill Bill Volume 1
Kill Bill Volume 2
Austin Powers - International Man Of Mystery
Austin Powers In the Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers - Goldmember
Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bill And Ted's Bogus Journey
Legally Blonde
Legally Blonde 2
Meet The Parents
Meet The Fockers
Ace Ventura - Pet Detective
Ace Ventura - When Nature Calls
The Wizard Of Oz
Return To Oz
Hook/ Annie/ Oliver
Finding Nemo
James And The Giant Peach
Monsters Inc
Nanny McPhee
Santa Claus - The Movie
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
The Rugrats Movie
The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
Wily Wonka And The Chocolate Factory
A Cinderella Story
A Knights Tale
Big
Billy Madison
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory
Corpse Bride
Death Becomes Her
Edward Scissorhands
Finding Neverland
Freaky Friday
Hocus Pocus
Honey
Just Like Heaven
Lemony Snicket's "A Series Of Unfortunate Events"
Now & Then
School Of Rock
Splash
The Fifth Element
The Nightmare Before Christmas
The Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants
Twins
Wayne's World
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
10 Things I Hate About You
Bruce Almighty
Cast Away
Clueless
Happy Gilmore
Just Married
Lara Croft - Tomb Raider
Liar Liar
Meet Joe Black
Moulin Rouge
Never Been Kissed
Ocean's Eleven
Pleasantville
Romeo & Juliet
Save The Last Dance
Shallow Hal
The Hot Chick
To Kill A Mockingbird
xXx
8 Mile
Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Anger Management
Baseketball
Beetlejuice
Billy Elliot
Cruel Intentions
Dogma
Donnie Darko
Dude, Where's My Car?
Footloose
Ghost World
Girl, Interupted
Gremlins
House Of Wax
Lee Evans - Wired And Wonderful: Live At Wembley
Lee Evans - XL Tour
Mean Machine
Me, Myself And Irene
Mr. And Mrs. Smith
Notting Hill
Phonebooth
Romy And Michelle's High School Reunion
Shakespeare In Love
Shaun Of The Dead
Sleepy Hollow
Stir Crazy
Super Troopers
Swordfish
The Amityville Horror
The Fast And The Furious
The Grudge
The Last Samurai
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The stepford Wives
V For Vendetta
White Noise
A Clockwork Orange
Chasing Amy
Crank
Devil's Advocate
Fight Club
Freddy Vs. Jason
From Hell
Full Metal Jacket
Idle Hands
Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back
Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels
Mallrats
Reservoir Dogs
Seven
Sin City
Snatch
The Exorcist
The Shining
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Bottom - Mindless Violence
Comic Relief Does Little Britain Live
Little Britain - The Comic Relief Special

Some dodgy and girly ones in there like
Mary Poppins
My Girl
My Girl 2
The 2 Oz films
Are you sure you're not a girl?
#29
hottoshop;1752453
Debbie Does Dallas

what is that?
Must be old...
#30
karaokecolin;1752535
Right...here goes... in no particular order- just as they appear on the shelf...

Dr Dolittle
Little Britain
Bridget Jones diary
The Man Who Sued God
Ant & Decs Saturday Night
Calendar Girls
Scum ( actually signed cover by Ray Winstone!!)
Quadrophenia
Halloween
Creep
Pirates of the Carribean 1
Lost boxset
WWE No Way OUt 2005
Billabong Odyssey
The Beach Boys Live at Knebworth
Freddie Got Fingered
Beach Boys Good Vibrations Tour
A Tribute to Brian Wilson
The Descent


and a few pornos....

Pretty **** collection I know but hey- i'm a busy bloke & I'm not really inta watching films.

Beach Boys? :oops::w00t:
banned#31
warmapplepie;1753288
what is that?
Must be old...


It is and you need to be 18 to watch it!
#32
guv
It is and you need to be 18 to watch it!


lol @ guv. Actually tame by todays standards, might even get a 18 release in a year or so ?
#33
warmapplepie
Beach Boys? :oops::w00t:


Yep- Beach Boys.

Just about the coolest band that ever graced this planet.

Brian Wilson Rocks!!!.
#34
billyX
Sheng, I can't believe i've seen someone mention this film. Do you know about the completed but unreleased sequel? IIRC it's on the wiki page. It's on my 'desperately wanted' list along with the filmed but never shown second series of 'Shane'.


Yeah wicked film. I've had the soundtrack in my car for over a year. Very rare I can put up with a CD that long without turning it into a frisbee at some random point on the motorway :lol: Hadn't heard of the follow up though, but there is a film about a dodgy reporter that goes by the same name that was released at around that time so maybe that was why it was held back:thinking:

guv
But, er... you... are.. really Mr Shengis aren't you?

Regards
Mr Guv

PS are you refering to Hazel O'Conner and Phil Daniels?


Of course:-D Nearly went to see her play at Tonbridge Wells last November but didn't get the chance. Oh well.

Completely random, but going back to the social engineering thing and people giving out info on the net, see what you make of this. I think it really shows how little I do actually care that people can identify me itrw. Mr Shengis indeed;-)

http://www.shengis.net/feocpics/plate1.jpg

Oh and if you squint a bit and use your imagination the plate reads BILLY and i'll sell it to anybody that wants it for £5k PMSL!
#35
warmapplepie
Some dodgy and girly ones in there like
Mary Poppins
My Girl
My Girl 2
The 2 Oz films
Are you sure you're not a girl?


As I said, the DVD list is all the DVDs that me AND MY PARTNER have bought; my partner being female (though i admit, the two My Girl films and Marry Poppins are mine, but they're just there because i watched them as a child and its more a nostalgic thing than anything else).
#36
Shengis
First off it takes a LOT more effort to download certain DVD's than to buy them. For example I spent months searching for a download of Breaking Glass because it's a deleted title and in dispute over release rights with the old distributor (meaning it's unlikely to get a re-release), so I don't think that's necessarily true.

As for 'Very questionable personalities these people have.', I disagree entirely. The fact is, these people KNOW the dangers of the internet and what random pieces of information can be used for. For example a good few years ago I socially engineered some random info out of somebody on MSN and scared the cr*p out of them when I told them their address, they were foolish enough to use their real name as their hotmail addy for a start......


I KNOW the dangers of the internet better than most. I was using the internet when Jim Bowen was in nappies (Ok, not since then, but a very long time - mid 90s) and i bet everyone else here who didn't act so defensively KNOW that dangers of the internet as well, they're just more realistic about things. There's a lot of moaners on this site i've noticed (dont worry, that doesnt apply to 95% of you, you lot are OK. :thumbsup:
1 Like #37
hypnoticstate;1753533
As I said, the DVD list is all the DVDs that me AND MY PARTNER have bought; my partner being female (though i admit, the two My Girl films and Marry Poppins are mine, but they're just there because i watched them as a child and its more a nostalgic thing than anything else).

I think you need to prove your masculinity and identify her DVDs and yours.
Unless you are a Metrosexual, a modern bloke in touch with his feminine side...and hides behind a mean looking photo...and I say that in the nicest way...
#38
Shengis;1753405
Yeah wicked film. I've had the soundtrack in my car for over a year. Very rare I can put up with a CD that long without turning it into a frisbee at some random point on the motorway :lol: Hadn't heard of the follow up though, but there is a film about a dodgy reporter that goes by the same name that was released at around that time so maybe that was why it was held back:thinking:



Of course:-D Nearly went to see her play at Tonbridge Wells last November but didn't get the chance. Oh well.

Completely random, but going back to the social engineering thing and people giving out info on the net, see what you make of this. I think it really shows how little I do actually care that people can identify me itrw. Mr Shengis indeed;-)

http://www.shengis.net/feocpics/plate1.jpg

Oh and if you squint a bit and use your imagination the plate reads BILLY and i'll sell it to anybody that wants it for £5k PMSL!

my names k-bas....i can imagine your plate is popular as there are many k-bas'
#39
warmapplepie
I think you need to prove your masculinity and identify her DVDs and yours.
Unless you are a Metrosexual, a modern bloke in touch with his feminine side...and hides behind a mean looking photo...and I say that in the nicest way...


The analyst analysed :lol:
#40
hypnoticstate
I KNOW the dangers of the internet better than most. I was using the internet when Jim Bowen was in nappies (Ok, not since then, but a very long time - mid 90s) and i bet everyone else here who didn't act so defensively KNOW that dangers of the internet as well, they're just more realistic about things. There's a lot of moaners on this site i've noticed (dont worry, that doesnt apply to 95% of you, you lot are OK. :thumbsup:


Send me a text sometime;-)

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