Yes. 1x6 pine glued and screwed with a 1/2 plywood backing. 8" spaced shelves. Screwed directly in studs on wall. the little one is 2 feet by 4 feet and the large one is 3 feet by 6 feet.
Wish I would have made one large shelf about 4 foot by 8 foot but...
Heres what I got...
Got sum more new ones but ill update sum other time
I like your thread, OP. I store my movies in baskets under my TV. Soon I'll move all of them in slim CD cases, so I can store more. I'm thinking of buying black boxes that can be labeled, but they're hard to come by in Canada (where I live atleast).
You ain't seen nothing, kid.
What you dont realize are the rare pepes in the stack
Dat Sierra Madre steelbook is eaily worth 2 rows of your shelvs..
> not exclusivly buying only personal favorites
>And this, Ladies, is my collection of blu rays.
>Not the Japanese Kill Bill Unrated set
Do you even movies my friend?
Picture from back in 2012 or so. Hasnt changed much aside from removing bad DVDs.
I'm just getting started but I have a handful of blu-rays
Am I the only one who refuses to buy anything under 70% on Rotten Tomatoes? I have close to 300 Blu-Rays, and not a single one is a "rotten" movie. Granted, a lot of my Blu-Rays are TV shows, but still.
The Bills are ancient, here's how faded the spine is. I'm a poorfag right now, and updating anything Tarantino is not in the cards.
I have a wdtv box that plays 720p and 1080p mkv and mp4 files. why even buy a bluray player?
a lot of movies above 70% are fucking garbage.
pic-related and also the new stars wars
There's a difference between a $20 bluray and a $20,000 car, you cheap fuck.
Got made fun of last time I posted, do your worst.
OP here. I have some of those movies (about 40% guessing) so
Meh. /tv/ is always going to give you guff for having capeshit and dudeweedlol, but you have some great scifi. Also Fountain and Samsara gave me mad feels.
Picked up Zombieland on clearance when Blockbuster closed. And you're right, I haven't been able to sit through it since I got it.
Is the Mad Max anthology worth getting? I'd rather not fork out 80 bucks for it, seeing as how you can buy the four individual for less than 50, but I don't know if any qualities upgrades or new bonus features make it worth it
So do you ever buy any non metalpak films
I bought it on sale at best buy for not much more than the single movie.
haven't watched much of it
Here's what you're getting in the Mad Max Anthology: The original Mad Max Trilogy presented exactly as they are in their blu ray formats, Mad Max Fury Road in glorious 1080p, and a feature length documentary called The Madness of Max that is based on the creation of the original 1979 cult classic.
And now special features:
Commentary by Jon Dowding, David Eggby, Chris Murray, & Tim Ridge.
Mad Max: The Film Phenomenon
Theatrical Trailer #1
Theatrical Trailer #2
The Road Warrior:
Introduction by Leonard Maltin
Commentary by George Miller and Dean Semler
Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
Mad Max: Fury Road
(It's a shame, because the first three movies go right to the main menu, but Fury Road unfortunately features a Black Mass trailer and an ad for Digital Movies at the start.)
Maximum Fury: Filming Fury Road (29 Min.)
Fury on Four Wheels (23 Min.)
The Road Warriors: Max and Furiosa (11 Min.)
The Tools of the Wasteland (14 Min.)
The Five Wives: So Shiny, So Chrome (11 Min.)
Fury Road: Crash & Smash (4 Min.)
And the fifth disc is the feature length documentary on the first film. It's a whopping 2 and a half hours long, and it's a definite must watch for fans of Mad Max. Unfortunately, it is in Standard Definition.
Also included are four art cards, one for each film. They are fairly thin, but feature some gorgeous artwork from the films. I have attached a photo so you can view for yourself.
You're right, but I ain't even mad.
Do you prefer movies and subsequent sequels/prequels to be in their own separate cases or box sets?
Me id rather they all be seperate, a shelf full of box sets and double packs just doesn't look right.