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No. I don't have that many but I have quite a few too. At least 3 shelves worth.
The Sound of Music on Blu-ray which I got as a gift this Christmas.
On Blu-ray:The Bond films, the Godfather Trilogy, Scarface, and Miami Vice the complete series.
On VHS:about five movies.
On DVD:too damn many to count.
Approximately 170 on dvd, 40 on bluray and 90 on vhs.
250+ Bluray movies
30 Bluray Box sets
I threw away hundreds of VHS about ten years ago took up too much space and no charity shop would take them.
Include se Bond dvd's.
Above on that i have 40 VHS include Deathwish 1&2 on one video. 19 Bond (Dr no til LTK and 2vhs sets of Goldeneye and Tomorrow Never Dies), Independence Day Vhs cut, Fantasia and 6 other movies i not have on BD or DVD. So i have Bond 1-18 on Vhs and Dvd, Batman 1-4 on vhs and BD, Jurassic Park 1&2 on vhs and dvd, The Mask and Independence Day on vhs & dvd.
I stil buying dvds from movies where i am disapointed in bonusmaterial of the BD.
Stil there be movies who are not or not yet released on BD. If not released on BD i ignore it or try find my luck for second hand dvd on Kingsday. I buyng a lot second hand BD in almoost new style too. I see step back in the growing of my collection this year.
I start in 2013 with BD (bought my player and some titles in 2012 and already have one BD since 2009 and one title since 2010.). But price and how much be avaible not let me start collect before 31 July 2012. In 2011 i bought my moost dvds. Half way 2014 i get feeling i be on my top with BD and stores too. Now i only have 2-3 stores left and kingsday.
Iam am afraid it wil come to end from the studios wil same thing as there did with dvd. There start with 4K Bluray/BD compobacks. I not realy feel need to start with the new firmat, but iam afraid bonusmaterial going to be a thing. Mabey i should give up. Of course i have the problem that there be enough movies i like to have on Bluray or whant new releases. For example i like have all Bond on BD but not before it be 2 disc BD's.
But how less there is how less i whant to pay and it already be very dificult with BD. Patience and luck . Alternate cut of movie in 3D is gon sooner then later. Also there are stil some tv series i whant to make complete on Dvd. When i bought 3D title i always keep in mind, how much it is worth if does not work any more. I pay € 15,00 for my moost expensive BD and that whas 4 disc of The Hobbit 2. Cheaper then 2 disc se dvd of lord of the rings and for example my moost expensive dvd of Twine and Mi2.
I also start a collection of soundtracks from movies i collect, but cd's even more dificult. I see growing of boxoffice in cinema as signal people are not happy with price / limiteds of BD or Dvd and what you get for it.
BLU-RAY (356 titles / 426 discs)
DVD (833 titles / 922 discs)
I am slowly building up a decent digital collection I have around 150 digital movies now.
But besides those porn titles?
Not that many VHS films, as the VHS player I once had, doesn't work anymore. Can't find myself to get rid of those VHS cassettes, even if I should. Haven't jumped on the Blu-ray train as of yet (if ever), so only a few selected BR-titles.
DVD's are my biggest space issue at the moment. Have too many of those damn things. Next year I have to make sure to get rid of some DVD's I probably never going to watch again.
Oh, and I do have several VHS Bond titles too, just for fun. I know I've got a VCR around here somewhere, I've always wanted to return to the series in VHS for old time's sake and enjoy them that way.
I will have to try that myself sometime—I still have several on VHS (probably about 14). As you say, @Creasy47, for old time's sake. It'll be just like how I experienced many of them for the first time: horribly cropped on a box TV. But I imagine there would be a wonderful, even exciting, charm in experiencing them that way again after all these years.
That very well could be. It's funny the little bits and bobs within a film you manage to pick up on all of a sudden because the picture quality of films gets better and better. I was noticing little things in my 4K of Blade Runner that I somehow hadn't even picked up on in blu-ray, just because it was all more clear and detailed.